V.22 No.43 | 10/24/2013
The Daily Word in Walter White, Saul Goodman and Puppy Squeezing
By Carl Petersen [ Fri Oct 18 2013 12:12 PM ]
The man cries blood.
The man is on fire.
The man is a lady.
Sleep is like your brain taking a poop.
Some rock stars started out in other rock star’s bands.
Tacos are more delicious than hotdogs.
Find out why your stomach is growling.
Learn all about Bob Odenkirk (Saul Goodman).
Beware the ball biter.
I’m not sure how impressed I am with this snack bag serving bowl.
The people who brought you Rebecca Black’s “Friday,” would like you to now please enjoy Alison Gold’s “Chinese Food,” shooting up the charts with a bullet.
The Sheriff’s Department will hold a funeral procession for Walter White.
Craig Blanchard used to have $135,000 in his garage.
Caution: This puppy squeezing story might wreck your day.
Did the Chinese discover America before Columbus?
Happy birthday Pam Dawber.
V.22 No.2 |
The Daily Word in porn, asteroids, death stars, and Lil Wayne loves Hunter S. Thompson
Sunday afternoon I should be doing laundry edition
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Jan 13 2013 11:38 AM ]
Earth is probably not going to be hit by an asteroid.
Research study about porn cancelled because there is no control group.
NM YAFL president removed, wife on paid leave from job at Monzano.
Tour of a fucking cruise ship.
More "Swedish heavy metal man."
I had plans to make a hat out of my dog Nyake's fur, but these people actually did make sweaters and stuff out of their pet's fur....
V.21 No.36 | 9/6/2012
The Daily Word in Bun Stabbers, Monkey Smugglers and baby turtles.
By Nick Brown [ Tue Sep 11 2012 9:28 AM ]
It’s September 11.
Wrestler Jerry Lawler collapses.
Attack of the Bun Stabber.
Scientology is mad at Vanity Fair.
Night of the Monkey Smuggler.
Iran unveils the Meshkat missile.
Everybody loves funny pictures.
I repeat, everybody loves funny pictures.
These are real sci fi children’s books. Not really.
Here’s a gentleman they say chased some kids with a chainsaw right here in town.
I’m a big fan of little turtles and promise not to touch my mouth.
Happy Birthday Virginia Madsen.
V.21 No.34 | 8/23/2012
The Daily Word in Red Bull, Scientology and Weaponization.
By Nick Brown [ Tue Sep 4 2012 10:50 AM ]
An heir to the Red Bull fortune is accused of a fatal hit and run.
Did the Church of Scientology audition girlfriends for Tom Cruise?
Old Navy needs a new proofreader.
An Iowa air show disaster was caught on tape.
The Obama White House brews beer.
Here are some “perfectly timed” photos.
Here is some interesting song trivia.
Here’s what happens when you try to kick a cop.
Weaponize your life with these fun projects.
This map of the Fantasy World can’t possibly be accurate.
Albuquerque is going to host a conference on sex offender issues.
Tractor won the fight for growlers in Nob Hill.
Happy birthday, Beyonce.
V.21 No.18 |
The Daily Word in electoral politics, lack of confidence and not-so-fun bags
By Margaret Wright [ Wed May 9 2012 9:39 AM ]
North Carolina’s constitutional amendment barring gay marriage (along with some legal rights for unmarried straight couples) passed by a wide margin.
A felon serving time in Texas for extortion threats at UNM in 1999 beat President Obama in the West Virginia Democratic primary. Among the victor's other resumé highlights: Federation of Super Heroes, 1976-1982.
Attorney to accused child molester/former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky asked for more time to get ready for the trial.
Tea party-backed candidate defeated one of the senate’s longest-serving members.
The Beastie Boys were nailed with a lawsuit just one day before Adam “MCA” Yauch’s cancer-related death.
Republican super-PAC fundraising soars beyond Democratic counterparts'.
The most recent bombing attempt by al-Qaeda against the U.S. was averted by a C.I.A. double agent.
Albuquerque teachers union representatives have “no confidence” in state Education Secretary Hanna Skandera.
Bernalillo County Commissioners voted to censure their scandal-plagued colleague Michael Wiener.
John Travolta's attorney says two legal suits alleging the actor committed sexual battery and harassment are bogus.
Coincidentally, on this day in 1950, L. Ron Hubbard published his Dianetics book which led to the launch of Scientology.
A warming planet could help spread tropical illness.
Researchers have begun documenting the impact of the massive Pacific Ocean “garbage patch” on underwater ecosystems.
Turns out plastic bags are disgusting in all kinds of ways!
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V.19 No.50 | 12/16/2010
The Daily Word 12.10.10: Bea Arthur a former marine, Burger King employees kill, protesters attack Prince Charles
By Adam Fox [ Fri Dec 10 2010 9:34 AM ]
The Senate fails on a possible repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”
The U.S. is planning to hit Wikileaks founder Julian Assange with spying charges under the 1984-esque Espionage Act.
Student protesters in London attack a car containing Prince Charles and his wife Camilla.
A new musical satiring Scientology opens in St. Petersburg, Fla.
A suitcase is seized in Washington Dulles International Airport containing elephant tails, dried hedgehogs and chicken blood.
A Burger King employee punches a 67-year-old customer, eventually killing him.
Baltimore Orioles outfielder Luke Scott questions Obama’s birthplace and presidency. When your team becomes relevant, then you can talk, buddy.
This new Barbie doll could be recording child porn!
Bea Arthur used to be a truck-driving Marine. No surprise there.
“The Hasselhoffs” is pulled off the air after just two episodes.
The only IMAX theater in the state will be open in 2012 at the abandoned and desolate Winrock Center.
V.19 No.9 | 3/4/2010
The Daily Word, Top News Stories for 03.08.10: Academy Awards, Bottled Ghosts, Prince Mongo.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Mar 8 2010 9:47 AM ]
Hurt Locker wins best picture while other people and films win other Acadamy Awards.
Prince Mongo of the planet Zambodia hangs underwear around his house.
The Church of Scientology has some memebers sign billion-year contracts.
Ahmadinejad claims 9/11 was a fabrication.
A bear ate a woman's fingers off at a Wisconsin zoo.
A homeless man was arrested for holding a sign that said he was thinking about a cheeseburger.
Now, an earthquake in Turkey.
Some maintain that Robert Wagner killed Natalie Wood.
Mary Josephine Ray died yesterday at nearly 115 years old.
Christians dominate the home-schooling industry.
Here’s a weekend deadly car-smash recap.
A body found in a South Valley ditch was identified as Debbie Arlene Martinez.
Classes teach New Mexicans how to grow good pot.
A small plane landed on I-25 due to engine failure.
It’s Gary Numan’s birthday. Oh, hello...Numan.
V.19 No.3 | 1/21/2010
The Daily Word. Today’s News for Monday 01.25.10 - Brangelina Breakup, Coleman Behind Bars and Bowie’s iPod.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Jan 25 2010 10:15 AM ]
Baghdad car-bombs kill 36.
The iPhone helps a man survive his Haitian ordeal.
There are conflicting reports regarding the alleged Brangelina breakup.
The Church of Scientology lends a hand in Haiti.
The Saints beat the Vikings and will go to the Superbowl.
Humans were an endangered species in the past.
Canned beer turned 75 yesterday.
What’s on David Bowie’s iPod? I have “Nixon in China” on mine, thanks to Brutus.
Read about the village that died to save its neighbors.
Holiday Inn is testing human bed-warmers.
Mayor Berry is launching a war on property crime. I think I like this guy.
“Breaking Bad” and “In Plain Sight” will continue to shoot in Albuquerque.
New Mexico Domestic Partnership bill could be introduced today.
It’s Dean Jones’ birthday. Here he is in The Ugly Dachshund.
Thanks again to Anjou for the links.
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