V.21 No.7 | 2/16/2012
The Daily Word in Joe the Plumber, Obama birth control, undocumented immigrant license repeal
By Sam Adams [ Fri Feb 10 2012 10:15 AM ]
Obama administration expected to announce a compromise with religious groups in regard to birth control.
Coronado Mall employees going to jail. Police say they’ve been physically agressive in pushing sales.
Bombings in Syria kill at least 25.
Gov. Martinez-backed repeal disallows undocumentedl immigrants from getting driver’s licenses.
House also approves pay raise for county officials.
Conservationists kill rhino while trying to inform the public on how to help rhinos.
Man carrying petitions for A Safer Missouri Citizens’ Coalition shot to death in St. Louis.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day love like a “salamigram.”
In other salty-
APS says boy burned in locker room horseplay involving aerosol and a lighter.
Man arrested for putting 3-year-old in a dryer, turning it on.
Chewie, Barney and Alf— the men behind the masks.
Police say Illinois teen tried to bring five sacks of sacks of weed into juvie, but decided to put them in a security checkpoint tray rather than take them through a metal detector.
V.20 No.22 |
The Daily Word: 6.3.11 - bad things in Arizona, cupcakes not bombs, and mutant e coli
there's lots of crappy stuff happening
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Jun 3 2011 11:55 AM ]
There's all that annoying smoke from the Wallow fire, but at least we weren't evacuated.
More of these damn tornadoes.
Don't keep dead rhinos in your backyard like this guy does.
A marijuana expo...medical. Of course.
Government hackers want you to make cupcakes, not bombs.
Gunman kills six in Arizona, including himself.
We have a new deadly strand of mutant E coli. Awesome.
Salvador Dali Foundation irked about the artist's name getting slapped on just anything.
This woman has ten reasons why Sarah Palin should run for president. Ten yawl.
Thunder Boy Jr. at Bookworks
Author Sherman Alexie talks about his new children's picture book, a story about a boy who must find his own identity despite being named after his father. Book signing follows the talk.
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