V.21 No.45 |
The Daily Word in air strikes, McAfee, poverty and pee
By Margaret Wright [ Wed Nov 14 2012 10:48 AM ]
The head of Hamas' military was assassinated.
Sen. John Kerry is being vetted to take over as Secretary of Defense.
Girls in foster care are especially at risk of being trafficked.
"If you do that to me again, I'll punch you out."
McAfee is a computer virus software brand. It's also a guy running from the law.
Paul Ryan's tired of talking about presidential politics.
The power of pee.
"A precarious state of existence."
Voter groups, charted.
What's old is new again.
Rep. Dennis Kucinich is scheduled to hold a hearing on the use of drones.
Our current world map is subject to change.
V.21 No.21 |
The Daily Word in Quebecois student protests, oral contraception for men, the comic sans song, and John McAfee's action film worthy life in Belize
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat May 26 2012 11:06 AM ]
The fire in the Gila forest is zero percent contained.
"Investigative grand juries" may no longer determine whether Albuquerque Police shootings are justified. An investigative grand jury has never found an officer involved shooting unjustified.
John McAfee, founder of McAfee Anti-Virus is in hiding in Belize.
A dude reassembled a 1925 MG that was discovered buried in pieces underneath a cattle barn.
Remembering the Easy-Bake Oven.
Some Canadians are facing a Kafkaesque post-9/11 problem in proving their citizenship.
Hawaii responds to AZ Secretary of State Ken Bennet's Obama birth certificate request by asking Bennet to prove who he is.
Young man with purpose squatted in AOL's headquarters for two months.
There's going to be a Philip K. Dick festival.
Bill Murray stars in a film about walking in slow motion.
This mean homophobic woman defines "lowest common denominator."
Former Alibi arts&lit editor John Bear has a blog.
On this day in 1927, the fifteen millionth Model T rolled off the assembly line.
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