V.19 No.31 |
Sunday morning, clawing nose
Why my cat is evil
By John Bear [ Sun Aug 8 2010 3:52 PM ]
I live in Belen and spend a lot of time alone.
V.19 No.27 | 7/8/2010
The Daily Word 7.19.10: Roman Polanski, Bubble Lounge Shooting and Sandia Man Cave
By Nick Brown [ Mon Jul 19 2010 9:11 AM ]
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.18 No.42 | 10/15/2009
The Daily Word 10.12.09: Polanski, Jackman, UNM Siren, Michael Jackson song.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Oct 12 2009 10:00 AM ]
Roman Polanski is depressed.
Five missiles from North Korea.
Explosion in Pakistan.
There’s a new Michael Jackson song.
A guy slept through his house burning down.
Two Americans take the Nobel Prize for economics.
David Luis Aguilera remains at large.
A vampire movie will be filmed in Albuqueruque, Los Alamos and Red River.
Listen for UNM’s new emergency sirens around 11am.
Somebody robbed Denny’s by UNM.
It’s Hugh Jackman’s birthday. Here are some boring, unfunny Van Helsing bloopers. Can you imagine how rich I’d be if I’d made up the word “blooper?”
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