V.24 No.43 | 10/22/2015
The Daily Word in tripping witches, Trump effigies in the South Valley and Halloween
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Oct 27 2015 10:03 AM ]
The Southwest Chief will continue to roll through New Mexico as usual.
The Green Jeans Farmery shipping container plaza was red-tagged by the city on the eve of its grand opening.
The City is offering "haunted jail tours" at the old metro court.
The South Valley's El Kookooe was a Trump effigy this year, El Koko Trump.
Some dude in Grants, NM got really drunk and killed a friend he thought was transforming into a zombie.
The sex abuse trial of the man who was hired by APS w/out a background check, Jason Martinez, ended in mistrial.
No eggs for minors at this store during Halloween.
Happy Halloween, don't electrocute yourself.
Chewbacca was arrested in Ukraine after violating election laws by campaigning for Darth Vader on Election Day.
Halloween, Halloween, Halloween. Let's take a moment to remind ourselves why witches ride broomsticks and what really makes them fly.
The World Series begins tonight with the Mets vs the Royals in Kansas City.
V.21 No.11 |
The Daily Word in one-armed pole dancing, no-armed giraffe feeding, bad GPS directions
By E.J. Maliskas [ Mon Mar 19 2012 9:29 AM ]
One-armed pole dancer takes world title.
No-armed zoo enthusiast gets to feed a giraffe with his toes.
Abq man blames city for a tree falling on his house during the weekend's wind.
Prez knocks back a cold Guinness at The Dubliner pub in D.C.
The FAA may lighten up on rules about electronic devices on airplanes.
Japanese tourists wind up stuck in the ocean after following GPS directions.
Man ticketed after tying his cat to a rock because it wouldn't go jogging with him. Stupid cats.
Mets owners agree to pay out $162 million in Madoff case.
Open fire leaves at least 4 dead at Jewish school in France.
RIP Red Bull founder Chaleo Yoovidhya.
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