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V.25 No.3 | 1/21/2016

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The Daily Word in APD, Ted Cruz and the spirit of David Bowie

The Daily Word

APD is looking to other states to recruit officers.

Donald Trump can drag people but can’t handle getting dragged.

The New York Daily News has no chill towards Ted Cruz.

But did Sean Penn really think meeting El Chapo would have a good outcome?

David Bowie may have passed but his spirit is definitely kept alive and it warms my heart.

Say goodbye to 269 Wal-Mart stores.

V.24 No.15 | 4/9/2015

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The Daily Word in dick pics, deadly ice cream, modern day Frankenstein and the Pillsbury Dough Boy

The Daily Word

89 year old Rudy Perez, the creator of the Pillsbury Doughboy, has died.

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.

John Oliver traveled to Russia for an in-person interview with Edward Snowden. During the interview, Snowden explains how the NSA monitors "sexting," and has probably seen pics of your genitals.

A statue of Snowden has been covertly and illegally erected in a war memorial in Brooklyn.

Here’s how to make a secret phone call.

An Italian neurosurgeon plans to successfully execute a human head transplant in the next two years, and already has a volunteer.

Your Roku box will now let you know when you can stream movies on the cheap.

Happy birthday, Merle Haggard! He turns 78 today.

Thanks to Carl Petersen for the links!

V.22 No.20 |

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The Daily Word in Rolling Stone Magazine's new boss, police oversight in Albuquerque and a deadly tornado

The Daily Word

New Mexico's wild horses may wind up at the slaughterhouse.

Albuquerque is going to evaluate Albuquerque's police oversight system.

Keanu Reeves got a bit chubby.

The 22 year old son of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner is now in charge of the magazine.

Taco Bell has a breakfast taco.

There's a lot of fake silk in Beijing.

NYT article about the massive tornado in Oklahoma yesterday. This lady found her dog, though!

Senate panel: Apple "among America's largest tax avoiders."

Eric Holder knows NOTHING.

Can't get enough of that sponsored content!

Jimmy Page's unused soundtrack for Kenneth Anger's Lucifer Rising.

Happy birthday, (Albuquerque resident) Mr. T!

V.21 No.46 | 11/15/2012

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The Daily Word in James Bond villians, gasoline rations and Rolling Stone

The Daily Word

Obama to make first comments on economy since re-election.

New Mexico’s 1st Gentleman starts new job in Santa Fe.

To celebrate the release of Skyfall, here are the top 10 James Bond villians of all time.

Following Sandy New York is introducing a gasoline rationing system.

Here are some tips to winterize your home.

Meet Meysi, quite possibly the tiniest, and most adorable dog on earth!

Minimum wage increase may be challenged due to mobile home park’s involvement.

Proof that your savings is best kept in the bank.

Concerned about what wine to serve at Thanksgiving dinner? This should help.

While we’re on the subject of Thanksgiving and alcohol, here is a list of Thanksgiving desserts full of bourbon.

On November 9, 1967 the first issue of Rolling Stone Magazine was published.

Happy Friday! Enjoy a funny cat video.

V.20 No.9 | 3/3/2011
Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead

Book Review

Dead Celebrities

Rolling Stone writer compiles greatest hits (and misses)

Everyone Loves You When You're Dead: Journeys Into Fame and Madness

Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead is not only a mostly true statement (it worked for Michael Jackson, maybe not as much for Hitler) but also a new book from journalist Neil Strauss.

It reads like the inner workings of a celebrity reporter's mind.