The Daily Word in Obama on Leno, Lego man on beach and bus sex
Obama and Leno play softball on the Tonight Show.
Members of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority are on alert after four members are sexually assaulted.
It's almost never a good idea to have sex on a public bus.
The last B53 nuclear bomb has been dismantled.
87-year-old man busted with 104 bricks of cocaine.
Group calls for Pat Buchanan to be fired from MSNBC after he appears on a pro-White talk show.
Giant Lego man washes up on Florida beach.
I like asparagus, but I'd eat more if it was spray-painted gold.
Why is Beavis and Butthead back?
The 18th century Copiale Cipher has been cracked.
Disney won't let Johnny Depp talk to ABC stations about his upcoming film The Rum Diary.
Stephen King's Dark Tower series is coming to HBO.
Creepy old audio recordings here.
Andy Rooney hospitalized.
Burger King knows better than to offer this All-You-Can-Eat Whopper deal in America.
The 10 best episodes of the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon.
Parks & Rec + Breaking Bad = Parks & Meth
The Daily Word 3.2.10: Leno Returns, GM Recall, O.J.’s Suit
Leno returns to “The Tonight Show” and crushes Letterman’s ratings.
Doctor advises Obama to try harder to kick smoking and drinking habits.
Hundreds of fish fall from the sky in an Australian town.
Our turn! GM recalls 1.3 million cars with power steering problems.
USPS to propose a possible 5-day mail week with no Saturday delivery.
The suit O.J. Simpson wore in his 1995 acquittal to be seen at the Smithsonian.
Over 100,000 condoms were handed out at the Vancouver Olympic Games.
The UNM Lobos men’s basketball team is now ranked 8th after Saturday’s win against BYU.
Garduños files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and plans to close 3 of its 5 restaurants.
Paying your parking meter? Yeah, there’s an app for that.
The Last Station
Period biopic mixes the lusty with the literary
Late in life (in his 70s), widely famed Russian novelist Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoy (known to his friends as “Leo Baby”) turned his attentions away from fiction and dabbled in the creation of a number of utopian communes. These live/work communes were based on Tolstoy’s own particular philosophy—one that espoused nonviolence, the abolition of private property, a strict vegetarian diet and an adherence to the principals of celibacy. (Yeah, sorry, Leo Baby, but you lost me on that last one.) Though the Tolstoyan Movement didn’t last very long, it allegedly influenced the thinking of such latter spiritual leaders as Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.