V.25 No.43 | 10/27/2016
The Daily Word in Nude Clowns, Fast Food Ghosts and Anti-Martian Sentiment
By Joshua Lee [ Sat Oct 29 2016 10:19 AM ]
Here's your spooky video of the day: A snake catching cave bats. Enjoy.
A Burger King in Queens, NY dressed their entire building as the "ghost of McDonald's."
Edward Snowden tells journalists to become more "adversarial" when lobbying against state-sponsored surveillance. Technological countermeasures are not enough.
A woman from Alabama was arrested after police received calls of a partially or fully nude female wearing clown make-up and chasing cars.
The mayor of a French town refuses to lift their ban on flying saucers. If any are found, they will be impounded. And don't let the sun set on your green ass, either.
Artist Chris Locke has made a sweet how-to-draw book that looks pretty promising. Check it out.
V.25 No.31 | 8/4/2016
karencastens via morguefile
No More Mu Du
By Joshua Lee
Mu Du Noodles closes, remembering a father of the American Mexican food industry, McDonald’s changes its tune, the best steakhouse in N.M., food truck arson and Flying Star founders have a plan.
V.23 No.29 |
The Daily Word in killing homeless folk, throwing up in cabs and peeping
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Jul 22 2014 11:43 AM ]
Some Albuquerque teens made the national news.
A good old fashioned peeper is haunting one local family.
Bodies from the downed Malaysian airplane are on their way to Holland.
You may never eat McDonald's again.
Puking in a cab in Calgary will cost you.
Celebrity diet still lifes.
Professional troll sues detractors.
V.23 No.21 |
The Daily Word in bat bombs, Steve Perry and a cage fight at UNM
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue May 27 2014 1:45 PM ]
No water at Heron Lake marina again this year.
Ever heard of the bat bomb project?
Click here to find out how to get free swim passes.
There was a Steve Perry sighting.
A You Tube video posted by Eliot Rodger foreshadowed his rampage.
A Swede found a baby elk in his Volvo after smashing into a mother elk.
V.22 No.51 |
The Daily Word in an Edward Snowden interview, Nob Hill wants more cops, stripping in Moriarty and some obligatory Christmas stuff
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Dec 24 2013 9:41 AM ]
A New Mexico judge got arrested.
Director of the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish resigned.
Nob Hill needs more cops to prevent vandalism of Weekly Alibi newspaper boxes.
More from the guy who called Duck Dynasty star Phil "the Rosa Parks of our generation."
Themes in country music: 2013.
There is a big Edward Snowden interview in The Washington Post today.
V.20 No.20 | 5/19/2011
The Daily Word with AIDS Cures, North Pole Takeovers, Kids Named “Like”
By Adam Fox [ Tue May 17 2011 10:09 AM ]
Iran is building missle launch bases in Venezuela.
The HIV “immunity gene” may have cured this 45-year-old man of AIDS.
Mitt Romney raises a cool $10 million in eight hours for his presidential campaign.
Get the hell out, Santa; Denmark plans to claim the North Pole.
A California bill could allow parents to edit their children’s Facebook pages.
...And this Facebook-addicted couple names their baby “Like.” Wow.
There are other ways to show your best friend you care instead of decapitating him with a chainsaw
Seth MacFarlane plans to reboot “The Flinstones.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger admits to fathering a child with his household staffer.
Albuquerque City Council took no action to extend a red light camera contract with Redflex.
Let’s all mourn the death of the world’s oldest panda. She was 34!
V.20 No.16 |
The Daily Word 4.24.11: Deepwater anniversary; Don Cherry Jacket-Watch; McDonald's beat-down update; barking is free speech
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Apr 24 2011 11:46 AM ]
Unregistered Christians in China get arrested.
Listen to Johnny Dollar, radio serial. All 196 episodes!
Hockey Night in Canada's Don Cherry. JACKET-WATCH. This is probably the best link in this blog.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump doesn't vote.
The Deepwater Horizon oil rig sank in the Gulf of Mexico one year ago.
Traffic stops/searches based on police detecting an odour of marijuana declared unconstitutional by Massachusetts Supreme Court.
READ THIS: Alfred Kahn's bureaucratese memo.
Awesomely bizarre "facial flex" infomercial.
Goofy Hank Crawford version of Paycheck's "Take This Job and Shove it."
V.20 No.15 |
The Daily Word: Scott Owens Goes Free, Gun At School, Secret Recipe For Invisible Ink
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Apr 20 2011 10:11 AM ]
Scott Owens found not guilty on all charges.
A 13-year-old APS student brings a loaded gun to school.
Banks can't freeze Moammar Gadafi's funds because they don't know how to spell his name.
First Lady Michelle Obama was almost killed yesterday.
Happy 4/20 Day marijuana smokers/losers.
Police car torched in Four Hills neighborhood.
Car slams into crowd at McDonald's job fair.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signs law giving Tea Party flag the same status as the American flag.
After almost 100 years the CIA declassifies the secret recipe for the Kaiser's invisible ink.
Drugs don't work in space.
Meet the Republican governors who attack federal spending while accepting federal dollars.
One porn company owns nearly a quarter of all 1-800 numbers.
This is why you nerds can't have nice things.
Florida job center fights unemployment by spending $14,000 on superhero capes.
Why do so many smart people deny science?
Walmart listens to customer requests, loses $1.85 billion in sales.
Attempt at setting Q*bert world record aborted after someone unplugs the game.
Read about Superman's 1942 crossover with Flash Gordon and Dick Tracy.
That culinary institute the Olive Garden sends is chefs to is not what you think it is. Actually, it's exactly what you think it is.
Newly released FBI documents show J. Edgar Hoover's interest in UFOs.
Largest ever spider fossil found in China.
The cast of Happy Days is suing CBS and Paramount for unpaid royalties.
Seven often-debated movie questions that have already been answered.
New Chicken McBites coming to a McDonald's soon.
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