V.24 No.21 | 5/21/2015
The Daily Word in cocaine fingerprints, rival bikers, a killer nurse and Ronnie James Dio
By Constance Moss [ Mon May 18 2015 10:46 AM ]
Two extreme athletes died during a flying stunt.
A Filipino serial killer-nurse was convicted of murdering two and poisoning 20 in a hospital in Manchester, England.
Watch this Starbucks barista flip out.
Do you do this when you're home alone?
This girl performed an Adele song with her father, James Hetfield of Metallica.
V.24 No.15 | 4/9/2015
The Daily Word in dick pics, deadly ice cream, modern day Frankenstein and the Pillsbury Dough Boy
By Constance Moss [ Mon Apr 6 2015 12:25 PM ]
After much criticism over inaccuracies and lack of fact checking, Rolling Stone has retracted its story on the UVA rape case.
At the risk of stating the obvious, buying breast milk online is a bad idea.
In other creepy dairy news, Blue Bell may taste " just like the good old days," but the old fashioned ice-cream brand has been linked to three deaths in Kansas, and has been pulled from shelves.
A statue of Snowden has been covertly and illegally erected in a war memorial in Brooklyn.
An Italian neurosurgeon plans to successfully execute a human head transplant in the next two years, and already has a volunteer.
Happy birthday, Merle Haggard! He turns 78 today.
Thanks to Carl Petersen for the links!
V.23 No.51 | 12/18/2014
The Daily Word in Seth Rogen, angry Dutchmen, killer Zambonis, Walt Disney, and rectal feeding.
By Constance Moss [ Mon Dec 15 2014 11:13 AM ]
Police ended a hostage crisis at a chocolate shop in Sydney, Australia.
In other Australian news, a shark killed a teenager.
Americans believe torture prevents acts of terrorism.
Speaking of torture, Karl Rove wants to feed your rectum.
An APD Officer accidentally shot a civilian on Sunday morning.
Seth Rogen is North Korea's biggest enemy.
The US is the most uncaring nation in the industrial world, and it's all Ayn Rand's fault.
Mother Nature screwed up the day for air travelers in San Francisco.
The liquid in E-ciagerettes is poisonous enough to kill a child.
The Dutch are not happy about Google's privacy violations through data collection.
Walt Disney died on this day back in 1966. He was 65. Here are some inspirational Disney quotes to get you through life or at least through the day.
V.20 No.21 | 5/26/2011
The Daily Word with fights, Chihuahuas and Lady Gaga
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu May 26 2011 9:50 AM ]
Serbian general accused of massacring 8,000 Muslims has been captured.
Patriot Act expires tonight at midnight—and Congress is rushing to renew it.
Cibola student taken to the hospital after a fight leads to broken facial bones and seizures.
Errant golf ball kills Chihuahua.
Gov. Martinez ditches her own No. 2 and sits nonchalantly near Heather Wilson.
Growers’ markets open today in Nob Hill and Downtown.
PayPal co-founder will pay college students $100,000 to drop out of college and start companies.
Parents won’t announce baby’s sex.
Maui Time ordered by police to turn over users’ IP addresses.
Supreme Court upholds Arizona law that punishes employers who hire undocumented immigrants.
The Isotopes’ policy on booze. (Not unlike most policies on booze.)
Legislators sue guv over vetoes.
Lost pyramids spotted from space.
The ADHD of Lady Gaga.
V.20 No.16 |
The Daily Word: Long Form Birth Certificate, Secret Nazi UFOs, Rainbow Poo
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Apr 27 2011 10:21 AM ]
Apple to update iPhones and iPads to fix location tracking.
Dude, it's cold out today.
General Petraeus will be nominated to be the new director of the CIA.
San Francisco may ban circumcisions.
Homeless woman is facing 20 years in prison for sending her child to the wrong school.
Coming soon: Rainbow poo.
Santa Fe deputy caught on camera shoplifting.
Hitler ordered the creation of Nazi UFOs to destroy London and New York.
Entire new order of insects discovered at South African truck stop.
Anti-gay hate crime leads to eight horses killed in a barn fire.
William S. Burroughs (who died in 1997) is on trial for corrupting Turkish morals.
The Sony Playstation Network outage looks much worse than originally thought.
Budget cuts force SETI to shut down its telescope facility.
A guide to making people feel old.
Will women's clothing ever be standardized?
You can listen to the Beastie Boys new album here.
You have a month to rescue your photos from Friendster.
Unstoppable raft of fire ants is waiting for you.
The world's most powerful laser is being built in Eastern Europe.
Jon Bon Jovi is opening a pay what you can restaurant in New Jersey.
Marshfield, Massachusetts: the town that banned Pac Man.
Pittsburgh has a ninja problem.
14 serial killers who were never captured.
Six of the rarest of rare-earth minerals.
Bubonicon 47 at Marriott Uptown
Women of Wonder--in literature, comic books and TV shows--are the focus for New Mexico's annual Bubonicon.
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