V.24 No.41 | 10/08/2015
The Daily Word in Playboy's never-nude future, Gloria Steinam's new gig and Kmart tapes
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Oct 13 2015 9:04 AM ]
An Albuquerque cop hit a fleeing suspect with his personal vehicle.
Local bar Sneakerz is closed for the time being.
Local police neglected to locate a .45 in a man's waistband before booking him into MDC.
Playboy will no longer have nude pictures, just near-nude pictures. And articles.
British authorities will no longer have guards posted 24/7 at the Ecuadorian embassy where Julian Assange is still holed up.
This collection of '80s/'90s Kmart in-store music is worth a listen. Really.
California has stringent new rules limiting the use of antibiotics on livestock.
81 year old Gloria Steinam is now a Vice correspondent.
V.19 No.36 |
The Daily Word 09.09.10: Quran-burning minister, Gary Johnson, Playboy for the blind
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Sep 9 2010 9:27 AM ]
Zozobra burns tonight in Santa Fe.
Sunport kills prairie dogs on orders from the feds.
City Council stiffens DWCell-phoning rule.
You probably saw, but Google sped up searches.
Ex-Gov. Gary Johnson contemplates a run at the big White House.
Many black voters who cast a ballot in 2008 won't be back in November, poll says.
Rio Grande teachers high-five after the old principal splits. Students still don't have class schedules.
Ladies love flamboyant dancing.
The president rails against tax cuts for the rich ...
… then asks a Florida minister not to burn the Quran. He says the act would create a "recruitment bonanza" for al Qaida.
London Catholic church offers gay mass.
Castro criticizes communism in Cuba.
Middle-class, American, high school football star matures into a high-ranking kingpin for a Mexican drug cartel. (Growing up, he even had a wooden swing set.)
Rodney King is marrying a juror from his case.
Vitamin B slows Alzheimer's, says study.
She reads Playboy to the blind.
Why do albums come out on Tuesdays?
V.19 No.14 |
DayBird - April 9th
By Geoffrey Anjou [ Fri Apr 9 2010 4:55 PM ]
1626 – Sir Francis Bacon, English philosopher, statesman, and essayist, dies poor and in disgrace. His debts amounted to more than £23,000, an equivalent to over 6 million dollars at today's prices.
1865 - At Appomattox, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrenders his 28,000 troops to Union General Ulysses S. Grant, effectively ending the American Civil War.
1926 – Hugh Hefner, American entrepreneur and publisher is born for porn.
1939 – Marian Anderson sings at the Lincoln Memorial, after being denied the right to sing at the Daughters of the American Revolution's Constitution Hall, because of her race. Their refusal placed Anderson into a national spotlight, with the backing of President Roosevelt and wife, Anderson performed a critically acclaimed open-air concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, to a crowd of more than 75,000 people.
1942 - U.S. surrenders in Bataan. Major General Edward P. King Jr. surrenders at Bataan, Philippines and 78,000 troops, the largest contingent of U.S. soldiers ever to surrender, are taken captive by the Japanese. The prisoners were led 55 miles from Mariveles to San Fernando, on what became known as the "Bataan Death March." At least 600 Americans and 5,000 Filipinos died because of the extreme brutality of their captors, who starved, beat, and kicked them on the way; those who became too weak to walk were bayoneted. Those who survived were taken by rail from San Fernando to POW camps, where another 16,000 Filipinos and at least 1,000 Americans died from disease, mistreatment, and starvation.
New Mexico represent! There was a huge New Mexico contingency. I recall one gentlemen, who had been part of the Death March, he had all his fingers cut off. He would sit in the back of the car and drink his scotch from a tumbler. I remember driving with him to Civic Auditorium to see Ricky Romero and Cyclon Negro, and of course, the Funk Bros.
1959 – Frank Lloyd Wright, American architect passes.
1959 - NASA announced the selection of America's first seven astronauts: Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper, John Glenn, Gus Grissom, Wally Schirra, Alan Shepard and Donald Slayton.
2005 - Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles wed. Charles met his second wife, then Camilla Shand, at a polo match in 1970. They got it on. She married army officer Andrew Parker Bowles in 1973, she remained very friendly with the Prince Charles, even after his 1981 fairy tale wedding to Diana. Camilla and Andrew Parker Bowles divorced in 1995, and Charles followed suit. Then they did what they shoulda done in the beginning, and married each other.Though she technically became the Princess of Wales with the marriage, Parker Bowles has announced her preference for the title Duchess of Cornwall, in deference to the beloved late princess.
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