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V.23 No.43 |

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The Daily Word in oh my god, ghosts are real!

By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Oct 29 2014 9:19 AM ]
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Some sort of “wizard or spirit” showed up at the burning of El Kookooee last weekend. “It’s either a real humanoid figure up there hovering in the sky or it’s an extremely good projection from either a slide or some kind of camera,” said a ‘ghost enthusiast.’

A representative of a local haunted house attraction is on camera admitting that their brand of fright includes sexual assault, and also that they don’t do background checks on their professional gropers. Scary! But not in a fun way. More in an "actually committing sexual crimes" way.

What parts of New Mexico are haunted? Pretty much all of them, accordion to this website!

Allegedly ghost-infested asylum ruin still not torn down, probably won’t be torn down any time soon.

One thing I never could stomach about living in Houston: all the damn vampires.

A real estate firm has mapped out which cities are the worst for surviving a zombie uprising. Ha, suck it El Paso!

And France is apparently crawling with evil clowns.

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V.23 No.15 | 4/10/2014
http://www.vggallery.com/painting/p_0161.htm

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Rowdy’s Dream Blog #342: The Long Boat Returns From Battle Deserted

By Brutus De Cervantes [ Tue Apr 8 2014 3:56 PM ]

I am led inside a darkened long boat to look at a car for sale. It is a 3/4 size 1930s sedan with a sleeping compartment in the rear—all black and chrome. The guy wants $100 or $200K. The car is also amphibious, owing to its large, grey running boards. The guy will demonstrate, but the fog on the beach is still too heavy.

"They're not letting anyone in yet." Soon, everyone leaves for the battle.

Jack Sparrow explains: "I actually try not to kill too many people, and trust God to keep me safe." I tarry, looking for my gloves.

I start to run up the river bank, realizing I am late. I picture myself helping with the wounded and the ammo on the long boat, as I have done before. But the long boat has already returned, nearly deserted.

I climb aboard and hear the cries: "They sucked our blood everywhere!"

I now hear war whoops, like coyotes, from up the river. N, dressed in black, walks somberly past me.

"Scairdy?" she asks, then quotes: "'Even his little will be taken away from him.'"

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V.23 No.14 | 4/3/2014

Book Review

Recovery in Aztlan

Review by Suzanne Buck

The Unholy

Paul DeBlassie III’s The Unholy is a frightening thriller that details the struggle between the forces of good and the forces of evil. Set in the mythical land of Aztlan, DeBlassie’s novel is infused with the scents, sounds, and traditions of the author’s native New Mexico.
V.22 No.47 | 11/21/2013
Saint Valerius

Get Lit

Saints From the Catacombs

By Lisa Barrow
Jewels for eyes, waxen visages, jaws reinforced with filigree and bones laid into wooden armatures to give the impression of corporeal glory—a glimpse into our own Western heritage.
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V.22 No.46 |

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The Daily Word in the postal service, Van Damme's split and New Mexico immigration

By Mark Lopez [ Fri Nov 15 2013 11:15 AM ]
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Mr. Ford can't fight the fever … “to lose some powers” has gotta be rough.

Police have identified the passenger who fell from a small plane that was flying over the Atlantic.

Patsy Davis' body was exhumed from her frontyard after her husband lost a court battle to keep her in her wanted resting place.

The postal service lost $5 billion this past year.

An abortion protester named Rives Grogan was arrested yesterday for shouting at people near Zimmerman Library about religion and abortion. He's being charged with disorderly conduct and public nuisance. And that's not counting his Veterans Day stunt.

Today is the last day for early voting in the special election. The election itself happens on Nov. 19.

US attorneys have prosecuted 5,999 people for immigration offenses in New Mexico so far this year, the fastest rise among the country's 94 judicial districts.

And you thought you could do the splits?

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V.22 No.45 |

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The Daily Word in Jesus' Junk, Airport Alligators and Typhoon Haiyan

By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Nov 13 2013 9:18 AM ]
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The mayor of Tacloban, a Philippines city hit hard by the recent typhoon, is calling for residents to flee after an attempted mass burial was cancelled due to gunfire.

Want to help the 9.5 million people affected by Typhoon Haiyan? Send money, not goods, to the Philippine Red Cross.

Teenagers in Santa Fe broke into a home, stole some electronics and then fled. They also left a trail of candy right to their hideout, allowing Detectives Shaggy and Scoob to quickly issue a citation.

Jesus' trunk or Jesus' junk? Either way, it's getting covered up at an Albuquerque church.

UK police say that a spy who was found decomposing inside a padlocked gym bag probably died accidentally. They then nervously shuffled their feet, avoided eye contact and tried to change the subject.

Did you release a live alligator at O'Hare airport? If so, the police would like to have a word with you.

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V.21 No.41 |

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The Daily Word in veep debate, diamond planet and sassy Big Bird

By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Oct 11 2012 10:08 AM ]
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Supersonic human free fall has been rescheduled for Sunday due to weather.

Navajo Nation will put drone tech to good use by using an unmanned aircraft to monitor crops.

Soprano to take a Virgin Galactic flight into space and siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing.

A diamond planet bigger than Earth.

Anarchist Peter Rabbit.

13 obscure punctuation symbols you might like to use, such as the authority point and the snark mark.

Lots of people are going to be sassy Big Bird for Halloween.

Do you guys care about the veep throwdown? Guardian says it's crucial. And USA Today breaks it down. All the way down. "Joe just needs to be Joe," says the prez.

Advice from Miami stripper Skrawberry. (Warning: Kinda raw.)

America is not mostly Protestant anymore.

How to find truth on the Internet.

In today's so-obvious-maybe-it's-not-news news: NRA backs Heather Wilson.

Some pop stars to be naked on their album covers.

Gov. Martinez wants to evict the Mexican gray wolf pack.

And she's talking about driver's licenses some more.

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V.21 No.22 |

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The Daily Word in tears, serpents and lucid dreams

By Marisa Demarco [ Thu May 31 2012 8:08 AM ]
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Speculation on what killed Johnny Tapia

New Mexico's five corporate legislators

Meth-like bath salts may be to blame for attack of the Miami face-eater.

NYC looks to ban large sodas and sugary drinks.

"Sesame Street" composer reacts to news that his songs may have been used to torture people at Gitmo.

Buy salt made from human tears.

Serpent-handling pastor dies from a rattlesnake bite.

Porn star is suspected of murder and mailing body parts to the Conservative Party of Canada.

The rise of lucid dreaming

What it means to be gay in Iran

Supercars that go 200 mph

American nuns prepare a response to Vatican charges that they're radical feminists.

Your state in sandwich form

Nicolas Cage performs John Cage. Kinda.

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V.21 No.20 | 5/17/2012
Rep. Paul Ryan

Ortiz y Pino

Budgetary Chutzpah

Paul Ryan’s pitch has got some kind of nerve

By Jerry Ortiz y Pino
Paul Ryan’s pitch has got some kind of nerve.
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V.21 No.16 |

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The Daily Word in Dick Clark, feminist nuns and sex robots

By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Apr 19 2012 9:45 AM ]
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New mayor of Sunland Park is 24-years-old.

Kirtland is going to look a little harder for leaked jet fuel.

Dick Clark made stars. R.I.P.

Paramedics in N.M. work 72-hour shifts.

DOH to medical board: You can't ask the feds to reclassify marijuana.

Romney says something weird about cookies.

Killer swan.

Sex robots are our future.

Vatican cracks down on feminist nuns.

"Hopefully" may spell the end of grammar.

DoubleOh.

Passengers say an American cruise ship ignored a drifting fishing boat, leaving two men to die.

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V.21 No.15 | 4/12/2012

News Feature

Last Request

Doctors seek clarity in New Mexico's assisted suicide law

By Marisa Demarco
The statute on the books makes it a fourth-degree felony to help someone take his or her life. A lawsuit brought by two doctors argues that the law doesn't apply to a licensed physician providing aid to a dying person who's mentally competent.
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V.21 No.14 | 4/5/2012
Sister Rene Weeks (left) says she is motivated by the hard work of Centro Santa Catalina’s members, several of whom tend a community garden in their spare time.
Margaret Wright
Sister Rene Weeks (left) says she is motivated by the hard work of Centro Santa Catalina’s members, several of whom tend a community garden in their spare time.

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Hope and Faith in Ciudad Juárez

By Margaret Wright [ Wed Apr 11 2012 2:14 PM ]

Writer Charles Bowden said in the May 2009 edition of Harper’s magazine that he “cannot explain the draw of the city that gives death but makes everyone feel life.”

The city he referred to was Cuidad Juárez. I was drawn there too, in search of forces of creation amidst much destruction. In a place so rocked by violence, militarization and economic hardship, it can be hard to believe that—like any other big city—there are many determined individuals striving for more than mere survival. The women I met during my research for this piece have banded together to forge a hopeful vision for themselves, their families and their community.

Values, faith and life on the border

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V.21 No.15 | 4/12/2012

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The Daily Word in awesome Canada, Opposite Day and the sinking ghost ship

By Marisa Demarco [ Fri Apr 6 2012 11:43 AM ]
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Thousands pilgrimage to Chimayó today.

Las Vegas, N.M., fights fracking and bans oil and gas drilling.

Why Canada should be cheered for ditching the penny.

Menacing Easter bunnies.

Kid sells his kidney for an iPhone.

Marine Corps pilot says he played tag with a UFO in the ’70s.

Guy gets naked for Opposite Day.

Jesus appears in duct tape in Albuquerque.

Coast Guard sinks a ghost ship with a cannon.

Ex-Gov. Gary Johnson says making Gov. Susana Martinez the veep pick would be Sarah Palin, Part Deux.

Smallest town in the States sells for only $900,000.

Why Catholics really eat fish on Fridays.

Pit bull takes a bullet for his owner.

Chevy Chase is an asshole.

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V.21 No.14 | 4/5/2012
Sister Rene Weeks (left) says she is motivated by the hard work of Centro Santa Catalina’s members, several of whom tend a community garden in their spare time.
Margaret Wright

News Feature

Valores, Fe y Vida

Values, faith and life on the border

By Margaret Wright
A nun crosses the border into Juárez every day despite the risks to run a women’s work cooperative.
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V.21 No.12 |

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The Daily Word in Angry Birds, hacktivists and arty nip slips

By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Mar 22 2012 10:37 AM ]
The Daily Word

21 states—not N.M.— have stand-your-ground laws. In Florida, that law prevents the man who killed a teen from being arrested.

Islamic extremist shot in the head by French police after a gunfight.

President Obama stops in Lea County to talk about how he digs oil companies.

Timsanity

Survey says Americans think politicians are talking about religion too much.

Our own Rep. Steve Pearce pushes a national bill that would require drug testing for everyone receiving food stamps or unemployment benefits.

Three supermarket chains say no to pink slime.

Hacktivists steal more data than criminals.

Chase results in APD-involved shooting on Laguna land.

Romney's campaign is like an Etch A Sketch.

NASA helps Angry Birds developers understand space physics.

A regularly updated database of all the nipples on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Being bilingual makes you smarter.

Pianist covers all of Mastodon's metal concept album Leviathan.

Freestyle dough acrobatics at the World Pizza Games.

Why are there loud booms every night in Clintonville?

Doctor Who's next companion.

Never mind a dog. Get yourself a fox.

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