V.24 No.23 | 06/04/2015
The Daily Word in "moist"
Thats right. I said "moist"
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jun 9 2015 11:49 AM ]
A controversial Baptist BCSO undersheriff has resigned.
There's still no effective measure of marijuana intoxication.
Heads rolled at the Bernco Water Utility after a February sewage spill into the Rio Grande.
We now know why people don't like the word "moist".
Here's a VICE story on the prison from which two prisoners escaped Shawshank Redemption style.
Some nuns were trapped in an elevator for three days.
The lost Lester Bangs country album is found!
Manson prosecutor and writer Vincent Bugliosi died.
V.24 No.6 |
The Daily Word in how to procure Manson's body for that exhibit that will make you millions, when it's time to call the FBI and Burque's petroglyphs dump.
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 10 2015 12:34 PM ]
Folks won't stop using the petroglyphs area as a dump.
Crazy Espanola principal called FBI on student who threw an American flag out a window.
Charles Manson's fiancé may have tried to marry him in order to eventually procure Manson's body for a Mao-style glass case exhibit.
Other personal stories in addition to his helicopter crash tale told by Brian Williams over the years are now in question.
Florida business owners and patrons may be legally required to have trans customers use the male or female bathroom in accordance with the gender on that person's driver's license.
Twin fetuses-in-fetu were discovered in Hong Kong.
Dominik Strauss-Kahn, disgraced former IMF chief, "didn't have time" for the number of orgies he is accused of participating in.
V.24 No.5 |
The Daily Word in how to spell "Santa Fe", the revenge porn king is going to jail and Randy Quaid has a new message for everyone
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Feb 3 2015 11:59 AM ]
There was a SWAT standoff in NW Albuquerque last night.
"The Bachelor", which takes place in Santa Fe this season, misspelled the city's name onscreen last night.
An abandoned, city-owned downtown house has become a popular squat for some homeless folks.
New Randy Quaid rant features the cracked actor screwing Rupert Murdoch.
A vegan restaurant in Australia got into trouble when the owner refused on ethical grounds to eradicate a roach infestation.
Harper Lee's second novel is set to be published more than fifty years after To Kill a Mockingbird came out.
"Revenge porn king" Kevin Bollaert was convicted of numerous crimes yesterday.
In other court news, black market drug website Silk Road's founder was apparently scammed by a fake Hell's Angels hit man.
Albuquerque residents Deerhoof have some tour-diet advice for you.
V.22 No.47 |
The Daily Word in Gallup exposure deaths, Rick Springfield buttocks-assault and a foam-party death arrest
Ski Santa Fe opens on Thanksgiving Day
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Nov 26 2013 9:53 AM ]
It's not really winter in New Mexico until some people freeze to death in Gallup.
The Whittington brothers have been presented with a plethora of search warrants, including one executed by the DEA at their car dealership in Albuquerque.
Some folks really don't want the Albuquerque parole offices to move downtown.
State Police made an arrest in connection with the "teen foam-party death."
There is now a ginormous Rough Trade record store in Brooklyn.
Mistrial declared in case involving alleged injury sustained from assault by Rick Springfield's ass.
Time to check in with awesome stupid chatroulette.
The Buddha may be older than we thought.
The site of the real Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
Is Charles Manson getting married to a freaky-deaky 25 year old Susan Atkins look-alike!?
Bro, we did too leave a damn tip.
A can of Soylent Green was auctioned for 2000 bucks.
V.22 No.19 |
The Daily Word in the Bobcat Bite, peacocks in heat, spies and Mayan pyramids
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue May 14 2013 8:07 AM ]
At the Albuquerque Zoo, a peacock attacked a two year old kid.
Albuquerque's new recycling plant is almost open.
Rep. Steve Pearce wants to change the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant's mission.
Santa Fe's famous Bobcat Bite restaurant is losing it's current operators after a dispute with the property owner.
The Russians claim to have captured an American spy.
The Department of Justice seized a HUGE number of Associated Press phone records from April and May.
This man spent the night in a grocery store.
This man seems to have found a copy of Coca-Cola's secret recipe. It is now on eBay.
Apparently in Belize it is not uncommon for ancient Mayan pyramids and mounds to be bulldozed and used for road-building material.
Contrary to popular claims, piracy is not killing the entertainment industry.
Here's another Chinese Ghost Mall.
If you live in L.A. you can go see a 35mm screening of the excellent film Manson. Otherwise, enjoy the trailer.
The Mayor of Osaka, Japan claims enslaved prostitutes were necessary during WWII.
V.19 No.15 |
DayBird - April 19th
By Geoffrey Anjou [ Mon Apr 19 2010 2:10 PM ]
1770 – Marie Antoinette marries Louis XVI by Proxy marriage.
1824 – Lord George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, dies in what is now Greece. He had traveled there to support the struggle for Greek independence from Turkey. He was friends with Shelley, had a club foot and was pretty scandalous. Shame about the poetry.
1943 – German troops enter the Warsaw ghetto to round up the remaining Jews, beginning the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. It was the largest single revolt by the Jews during the Holocaust. And so it begins. On the eve of Passover, Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler announced that the ghetto was to be liquidated of its residents in honor of Hitler's birthday the following day. Over 2,000 S.S. soldiers entered the confines with tanks and heavy artillery, they were met by resistance fighters with handguns, Molotov cocktails, homemade bombs and any other weapons that had be smuggled into the ghetto. Initially, the German withdrew but soon returned, and launched an all-out attack. The resistance fighters were able to fend off the German assault for 28 days.
1961 – The Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba ends. More than 200 people been killed; another 1,197 were taken captive. On April 20, Kennedy told the American Society of Newspaper Editors that the episode was Cubans fighting Cubans and that the U.S. had not been involved. Wink, wink.
1971 – Charles Manson is sentenced to death for the Sharon Tate murders. He is still alive.
1995 –Oklahoma City bombing. A massive explosion at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, kills 168 people and injures hundreds more. The bomb, contained in a Ryder truck parked outside the front of the building, went off at 9:02 a.m. as people were starting their workday. Among the victims of America's worst incident of domestic terrorism were 19 children who were in the daycare center on the first floor of the building. McVeigh was executed by lethal injection on June 11, 2001, and Nichols was sentenced to life in prison.
1993 – David Koresh, leader of Branch Davidians dies, along with his flock of seagulls.
V.19 No.7 | 2/18/2010
The Daily Word. Top News Stories for 02.22.10: Herpes Bomb, X-Shaped Meteor, Son of Manson.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Feb 22 2010 10:32 AM ]
See the incredible x-shaped meteor thing.
Read about Amy Bishop’s Herpes Bomb.
Don’t cry to me; cry to your Edward Cullen pillow.
Another captured Taliban leader.
For those of you concerned, Betty White may very well host SNL.
Brooklyn cops acquitted of broomstick sodomy.
The brain likes words and music together, contrary to what that jazz guy at the party said.
Beware counterfeit stem cells.
Watch hipsters slipping on ice.
A Columbian woman “came back to life” in the funeral home.
Cat food helps kill cane toads.
Joseph Trujillo tried to save some drowning puppies.
Farmington may get blazing fast internet. The committee is led by Jack Little.
Neighbor saves neighbor from fiery death on Edie Place NW.
As always, check DCF’s Morning Fix for more local news.
It’s Kyle MacLachlan’s birthday. Here he is in “Twin Peaks” with David Duchovny.
Each month various local small businesses, primarily lead by women, set up shop selling anything from terrariums and '60s dresses to the perfect red lipstick.
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