Run, Santa, Run
Saturday, Dec 3: Santa Shuffle and Elf Scoot
The Daily Word in Uteruses, Christmas, and Bad Drivers
Time to quit your job and become an astronaut!
Want to help fight Islamophobia?
Santa’s replacement is coming to town.
Tis the season! Here’s a gift list for everyone you hate.
Remember that guy who jacked up the price for life-saving meds overnight this September? Well, this thing just happened to him (HA).
Are you a typical shitty driver in Albuquerque? Probably. This teen is calling you out.
Friday, Dec 18: 1st Annual ABQ SantaCon Pub Crawl
The Daily Word in Alexander Hamilton, Star Wars and funerals at work
Hamilton to remain on the ten dollar bill, at least for a little bit longer.
Children crying in their pictures with Santa. Merry Christmas!
In South Korea you can plan your own funeral and even lay in a coffin, right alongside the whole office.
Not into Star Wars? Here's a list of ways to avoid it.
Most awkward part of White House December holiday shindigs? The small chit chat the president and first lady endure while taking pictures with esteemed guests.
Hoverboards are the hot new item this Christmas. Literally. They are catching on fire.
The Daily Word in food trucks, Hanukkah song parodies and mall Santas
Food truck ordinance is driving food trucks out of downtown.
Man claims he gave his infant son a bear hug and that's where the injuries came from. Yeah, right.
City of Beijing issues a red alert for smog, closing schools and making cars drive on alternate days.
One photographer is photoshopping herself into other people's old family photos and it's genius.
Daily Word in North Korea, Santa, drinking on the job and 2014 in hindsight.
North Korea lost the Internet for nine hours.
Check out these awesome Leading Ladies of 2014!
Sony defies N. Korea and authorizes screenings of “The Interview”.
Taliban push in to previously US-secured areas.
Here is a review of 2014 in pictures … wow.
NJ principal demoted for sign typos that were truly elementary.
Have a round on the Boss: Drinking at work could make you a better employee!
Sweden opens newest Icehotel.
ABQ dentist offers free care on Christmas Eve.
New Mexico CYFD gets new leadership.
Copper thieves make off with $32,000 worth of wire from Winrock.
The Daily Word in killer storm, childhood obesity, Starbucks politics
Intense storm system blamed in the deaths of at least six people after it dumped sleet and snow in the Midwest and unleashed tornadoes in the South.
Childhood obesity rates appear to be falling.
KRQE provides some helpful tips for returning those unwanted Christmas presents.
You can no longer adopt a child from Russia.
Politics, politics, everywhere … even on your Starbucks cups.
A family in Albuquerque lost their home after it went up in flames on Christmas Day.
Christmas on the ISS.
Hobbit actors see how fast they can name all of the dwarves.
Creepy (sexy?) John Mayer Santa.
Who steals a baby Jesus from a nativity scene on Christmas? C’mon.
The Daily Word in Christmas, guns and Rod Serling.
A New York newspaper publishes the names of gun owners.
I saw paranormal Santa.
There was a dead man at Edith and Central.
Happy birthday Rod Serling.
The Daily Word: Christmas edition 2011
Someone failed in their attempt to steal a MAC-10 pistol from Valley Pawn.
Headline: Man Eats Cocaine From Brother's Butt, Dies.
Is Ron Paul a conspiracy-mongering paranoid nutcase?
What people wanted for Christmas in 1975.
Biblical visions were "only" lucid dreams?
These two guys exchanged the same Christmas card for sixty years. Neither of them ever read it.
Hold on to your hats, it's The Queen's Christmas Message 2011.
Santa had a collision with an F-104 fighter jet last night.
On this day in 1924 Rod Serling was born.
Some people say Jesus was also born on this day in the year zed.
The Daily Word in Ron Paul winning and Gary Johnson the Libertarian
North Korea's Kim Jong Un may share power with his uncle.
Gary Johnson to leave the Republican party and run for president as a Libertarian.
Veteran calls Newt Gingrich a "Fucking Asshole" at an Iowa grocery store campaign stop.
Fire damages a Heights stripmall.
Canada may have found a vaccine to prevent AIDS.
People are starting to freak out about Ron Paul winning.
A man thought to be a John Wayne Gacy victim found alive and well in Oregon.
US Chamber of Commerce was hacked.
Wendy's is about to overtake Burger King to become the second-largest fast food chain in terms of sales.
Surgeon removes a pen from a woman's stomach 25 years after she swallowed it.
Bored? Lonely? Unemployable? The Emergency Hall and Oates Line is here to help with whatever is ailing you.
Six steps to achieve your 2012 resolutions.
Bill Murray didn't care for the script to Ghostbusters 3.
Top 10 creepiest Santa Clauses.
The unexplained mysteries of 2011.
The most expensive apartment in Manhattan sold for $88 million to a 22-year-old.
How to Make It in America, Hung and Bored to Death all cancelled by HBO.
The Daily Word in power outages, Craigslist killings, monkey crotch
More on the winds that knocked out PNM power lines, causing thousands of blackouts.
Jobless rate falls to 8.6 percent; best since 2009.
More than 100 people in Ohio responded to a Craigslist ad asking them to "watch over a 688 acre patch of hilly farmland and feed a few cows." Some of them are buried in shallow graves.
Winds tear off part of a roof at Valencia high school. School's out for ... Friday.
Romney's case for GOP front runner.
This is a perfectly acceptable gallery of Santa photos for your children. If your name is Rob Zombie.
Weather closes I-40 in eastern New Mexico.
Grammy—"I'ma Let you finish, but Beyonce has one of the best videos of all time!"—nominations released.
Guy wearing Gorilla suit dumps sand all over a Little Caesars. Kids these days.
Unidentified flying object crashes through Massachusetts warehouse.
Pakistani text crackdown censors the term "monkey crotch."
The Daily Word 7.25.11: NFL lockout; Chupacabras; Fake Apple stores; Rebecca Black
NFL players and staff agree on deal to end lockout.
Texas teen allegedly shoots and kills a chupacabra.
China is shutting down all the fake Apple stores.
Oh no, no, we are not done talking about Rebecca Black.
Christmas in July: Santas from across the globe compete in obstacle course.
Why is insolence so funny?: Blogger David Thorne on Missy the missing cat.
How to eat Cheetos without getting orange crap all over your fingers.
NASA releases book for visually impaired to learn about the moon.
The Oatmeal: Bobcactus.
16 pictures humorously depicting expectations vs. reality.
Alibi Flickr Photo of the Day
This one's a bit out of focus, but I can't not post a cliche ornament shot. You all know this.