V.20 No.8 | 2/24/2011
The Daily Word containing equal parts Owsley, Japan, hipster traps, dinosaurs, DST, Julia Roberts and Albert Einstein.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Mar 14 2011 9:54 AM ]
Here's some crazy tsunami footage.
And there's a volcano.
And there’s radiation.
Because life is unfair, the destruction in Japan may lead to lower gas prices in the United States.
Iran uses Children-
Scientists have either discovered Atlantis or Spain.
Someone is setting hipster traps in New York. Police suspect a hipster is to blame.
Cheerful people die faster than the rest of us.
Daylight saving time can be bad for you.
Madonna has a stalker. A time traveler from the ‘80s, most likely.
Here are some crappy yearbook photos.
Watch the trailer for the new X-Men movie.
A Mexican man has 82 Julia Roberts tattoos.
New facts about the world’s oldest profession (being a dinosaur.)
Uh, oh. Steve Vai shreds.
How to freeze water the freaky way.
Meet the emergency internet bunkers.
The world is in love with New Mexico’s evil/dumb gun running ring.
There was a deadly car smash at Coors and Los Padillas Road.
KOAT serves up a gravy boat of cold mugshots.
An Albuquerque bus hit a car. Hard!
Alexis has more compelling local stories over at DCF.
Happy birthday, Albert Einstein.
Special thanks to Tom Nayder, Geoffrey Anjou and John Hankinson for some of today’s important links.
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