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V.20 No.51 |

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The Daily Word in Christmas tragedies, puppy custody, North Korean good looks

The Daily Word

Sad, sad Christmas news:

A man dressed as Santa opened fire and killed several members of his family after opening presents Christmas morning.

Six members of a Connecticut family were burnt alive on Christmas day.

Intense Twitter complaints about Christmas disappointment.

An Albuquerque apartment complex leaves dozens of units without heat on Christmas day.

Accused Taos teen faced murder charges.

At least one happier Christmas note: The story of the World War I Christmas truce.

Jesus' tomb is apparently actually in Japan. Who knew?

Financially struggling US cities having trouble controling sewer overflows.

Why is so cute when animals think that things that aren't real are real? Like this frog attacking tiny iPad ants.

Mysterious nodding disease spreading across Uganda.

Hey all you lucky ladies, Mel Gibson is back on the market ...

Hugh Hefner and Crystal Harris battle over custody ... of their puppy.

What Google, Youtube, Amazon, Facebook and Twitter looked like at launch.

How Kim Jung Un's looks may help to make him more popular.

Thanks to Mossy, Nayder and Uncle Carl for the links.

V.20 No.15 | 4/14/2011

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The Daily Word with Mel Gibson, Glen Campbell and the Yeti.

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Mel Gibson explains himself.

A woman gets beat up in McDonald’s.

There are new yeti pictures from Vermont.

A deadly CIA drone kills 26 in Pakistan.

Termites ate a bunch of money in an Indian bank.

Maybe my truck was sold for scrap.

Here are some new mugshots from KOAT.

Happy birthday, Glen Campbell.

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The Daily Word 01.03.11: Zsa Zsa’s leg, dead birds, dead fish, dead celebrities and Mel Gibson’s birthday.

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Zsa Zsa Gabor’s leg will be amputated below the knee.

Actress Anne Francis is dead at 80, as well as actor Pete Postlethwaite at 64.

Bad celebrity news sometimes comes in fours: Macaulay Culkin and Mila Kunis have broken up. Or fives: David Arquette enters rehab.

Somebody saw bigfoot again.

Abu Dhabi scientists claim they can create rainstorms.

China is giving Spain a bailout.

Why are birds falling out of the sky in Arkansas? Here’s one theory. Even so, why all the dead fish?

Here’s Dave Barry’s take on 2010.

Uncollected NYC trash saved a suicidal man’s life during the Twilight Zone marathon.

Kentucky has a Bible-based theme park.

19-year-old Anthony Gabaldon was hit by a police car and two others while standing in the middl of Paseo del Norte.

Lauren Alicia Lovato: first Albuquerque baby of the new year.

It’s going to stay cold this week.

Happy birthday, Mel Gibson.

V.19 No.27 | 7/8/2010

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The Daily Word 7.22.10: Mel Gibson is an Innocent Victim and Yetis are Interdimensional Beings

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Not to be outdone, China has an oil spill.

Six are dead in a deadly bus smash.

They arrested the guy who threatened the "South Park" guys.

Perhaps Mel Gibson is an innocent victim of extortion.

Anyone care what's going on with Katie Couric? No?

A tax on gold transactions hitched a ride on the health care legislation.

The ultimate crime: pretending to be a bartender.

Lindsay Lohan's mom and sister visited her in jail yesterday. So, it was a pretty special day for her.

You can't rollerskate in a buffalo herd.

Beckham and Tommy Nader love Legos.

Brangelina pwned a newspaper.

Is the yeti an interdimensional being? Well, at least look at the picture.

The Iglesias firing was inappropriate but not criminal.

The Albuquerque gay community is outraged by downtown violence.

I think DCF blogger Rudolfo Carrillo is on a spaceship or something.

It would be fun to have a dump-hole in the living room. I think, anyway.

Happy birthday, Rufus Wainright.

V.19 No.28 |

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The Daily Word 07.21.10: Trillion Dollar War, Deceit Rape, Eye-Rolling Outlaws

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After $1,000,000,000,000 (yes, a trillion dollars) do you feel safe?

Nineteen people arrested at a North Carolina school board meeting after a fight broke out over busing students.

The Senate broke the deadlock on jobless benefits.

Man arrested in Israel for deceit rape.

Most. Massive. Star. Ever.

Crafty serial killer caught in Washington DC.

Why did BP Photoshop its oil spill command center?

Rare Shri Lankan loris photographed for the first time ever.

Who owns Facebook?

Ice-T arrested in New York (not for pimping).

If we outlaw eye-rolling then only criminals will eye-roll.

Woman in Utah with two uteruses is pregnant with two babies.

Check out this security footage of a badass bank heist.

Playboy launches a non-nude website for guys who are afraid of boobs.

Cute animal being cute.

Did you grow up in the 80s?

How to win at Rock Paper Scissors.

It looks like a tomato, but it's an apple.

Classic movies improved with a Mel Gibson voiceover.

V.19 No.27 | 7/8/2010

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The Daily Word 7.19.10: Roman Polanski, Bubble Lounge Shooting and Sandia Man Cave

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China uses more energy than the USA.

60 are dead in an Indian train smash.

“He awoke to a man slashing his neck with a knife.”

Roman Polanski went to the Montreux Jazz Festival; he had to because his wife was playing there.

When beavers attack.

Here are ten ways to scam the elderly. For ten more, send $10 to nickbrown c/o the Alibi.

Tiny hotel rooms are fun.

If you have to write a report on sea serpents, you should just copy this one.

Read a letter from Tesla about his Death Ray.

Paris Hilton keeps having pot in her purse.

Mad Mel might migrate; his Malibu mansion is on the market for millions.

A man was shot outside the Bubble Lounge at 6th and Central.

Matthew Dykes fell near the Sandia Man Cave.

Deranged and toothless, Harold Romero has escaped from a Belen mental facility. So, you know. Unlock your doors. Make pudding.

Don't take a gun to a knife fight, or a garage sale.

Happy birthday, Max Fleischer!

V.19 No.27 |

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The Daily Word 07.14.10: Fleeting Expletives, Beavis and Butthead, Bad Yogis

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Fire in the canyon!

Someone in Utah leaked a list of 1,300 supposed illegal immigrants.

Turns out Toyota may not have been at fault for all those sudden acceleration accidents.

New Orleans police officers are charged with the murder of two unarmed people during the post-Katrina chaos.

Teagbaggers place a billboard in Iowa comparing Obama to Hitler.

Apple is censoring discussion of the iPhone 4's antenna problem.

An appeals court strikes down the FCCs ban on fleeting expletives.
So keep fucking that chicken!

These Mel Gibson quotes are adorable.

Another idiot, another Craigslist story.

What's with all these jackasses trying to patent yoga moves?

MTV is bringing back Beavis and Butt-head.

Have scientists solved the chicken-egg riddle-with science?

Be the first to regret ordering your Betty White calendar.

Cool asteroid pictures.

Are the Jonas Brothers dorks? (YES)

What is really being taught in Bible Belt science classrooms?

Has the Higgs Boson been found?

Unintentionally hilarious infomercial of the day.

Oldest written document found in Jerusalem.

Who really makes money in the record industry?

Two words: FOOTLONG CHEESEBURGER.

Two more words: LASAGNA SANDWICH.


V.19 No.28 | 7/15/2010

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The Daily Word 7.13.10: Emcore Gunman, George Steinbrenner, Fidel Castro

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The gunman’s name is released in the Emcore shooting.

New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner dies of a massive heart attack at age 80.

There’s a major design flaw in the brand spankin’ new iPhone 4.

A woman gets nine years in prison after having sex with her adopted son.

Guacamole and salsa have been responsible for an increase in food poisoning reports, according to the CDC.

Twittering can get you up to 11 years in prison, like these two Venezuelans.

Fidel Castro to make a public television appearance, predicting the beginning of nuclear war.

A study shows that the position of your belly-button impacts your success in sports.

The burqa ban in France passes the lower house in an overwhelming vote.

Listen to the audio recording of Mel Gibson’s angry rant to ex Oksana Grigorieva.

The chile harvest this year is expected to be later and smaller due to the weird weather patterns.

An Española man thought it was OK to bring a gun into a Chili’s restaurant.

Top-secret Russian spy Anna Chapman’s UK citizenship is revoked.

V.19 No.27 |

The Daily Word 07.09.10: Angry Actors, Homemade Meat and Pirates. Oh My!

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Can someone explain to me how an automobile can hit a cyclist and the driver wouldn't notice?

Defending marriage is against the constitution.

The New York Times wonders where the U.S.A. is going to war next.

How to jack an airplane.

Mel Gibson is a big f*ing asshole.

Life's not fair.

The Rail Runner is getting another stop, even though less people ride the train.

The mall in Santa Fe is crazy dangerous.

Meat, for crafty vegetarians.

Moving to Miami from Cleveland is a bad idea?

Aaaarrrr matey, The Pirate Bay is attacked, by pirates.

V.19 No.27 | 7/8/2010

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The Daily Word 07.05.10: Mad Mel Gibson, Iranian Robots and Princess Di Hair Jam

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Who has the biggest July 4th fireworks displays?

Read the racist rantings of Mad Mel.

An Iranian robot is to be used “on behalf of a person or as help." Meanwhile, the Americans made a baby seal robot that acts like it loves you. Death to the weak and stupid Americans!

Morning people are difficult to tolerate, and waffles don’t have blades.

Somali Pirates strike again.

A lumpy-faced felon fights the alien invasion.

In Amsterdam, there’s a forest in a box.

Deadly horses completely fucked a parade in Iowa by killing people.

Read this awesome story of the real Pied Piper courtesty of Geoffrey Anjou.

Deutsche Raucher sind mit Plänen für Oktoberfest frustriert.

South African police thought Paris Hilton was stoned, but she was just being normal.

My new shirt.

Delicious jam was made with Princess Diana’s hair.

Follow Bigfoot both in the woods and on Twitter.

Other than Dracula, what were some of Christopher Lee’s greatest roles?

Look at this cool “handsome guy” mask.

A vampire made a Colorado woman smash her car.

Closer to home, an I-40 car smash killed three.

Mayor Berry cut wages for police and firefighters.

Two Albuquerque babies left in a hot van for two hours are ok.

It’s Huey Lewis’ birthday. Here’s Christian Bale talking about him.