V.20 No.51 |
The Daily Word in politics, human to animal contact and TALKING IN ALL CAPS
By TOM NAYDER [ Wed Dec 28 2011 9:02 AM ]
Again with the debt ceiling.
Kim Jong-il's two-day funeral begins.
Yes, Congress really is as bad as you think.
Rick Santorum promises to pack up and go home if he comes in last in Iowa.
Democrat Ben Nelson is retiring from the Senate.
No New Mexico float in the Rose Parade this year.
Surprise! Newt Girgrich's divorce papers contradict his claims about the split.
Questions are being asked about Jerry Sandusky's wife.
Mayor Berry reviews the first half of his term.
Vladimir Putin is too cool for vote rigging.
Two killed in a shootout at a Church's Chicken in Chicago.
Tweeting the phrase human to animal contact will attract the attention of the Department of Homeland Security.
A $25 computer about to begin production.
The great exploding churro lawsuit has been settled.
Toys R Us sued over loose wagon wheel.
ANIMALS TALKING IN ALL CAPS is exactly as awesome as the name implies.
The 50 most entered BitTorrent phrases of 2011 are…
Adorable anti-gender marketing rant from a 4-year-old.
2011s best animal videos.
When will the Co-op get a man aisle?
SETI to search the moon for alien footprints.
The Grand Canyon Burger sounds awesome!
Save cash and avoid airport impulse buys.
The true weight of the internet is somewhere between a grain of salt and a strawberry.
Former Saturday Night Live writer dead of apparent suicide.
Sweet old computer magazine covers from the 70s/80s.
V.20 No.28 | 7/14/2011
By Adam Fox [ Sat Jul 16 2011 8:00 AM ]
The discussion on other life existing in this endless universe of ours is not alien to our arid state. Today at 103 Regener Hall on UNM campus, two esteemed voices debate SETI, or the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, at 7 p.m. Hear differing perspectives from biologist Penelope Boston and The Albuquerque Astronomical Society Vice President David Blair on how likely the practice of SETI is to succeed in the foreseeable future. Moderating the debate is National Radio Astronomy Observatory Education Officer Judy Stanley, who will open the floor to audience participation following the discussion. For more, visit taas.org.
V.20 No.16 |
The Daily Word: Long Form Birth Certificate, Secret Nazi UFOs, Rainbow Poo
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Apr 27 2011 10:21 AM ]
Apple to update iPhones and iPads to fix location tracking.
Dude, it's cold out today.
General Petraeus will be nominated to be the new director of the CIA.
San Francisco may ban circumcisions.
Homeless woman is facing 20 years in prison for sending her child to the wrong school.
Coming soon: Rainbow poo.
Santa Fe deputy caught on camera shoplifting.
Hitler ordered the creation of Nazi UFOs to destroy London and New York.
Entire new order of insects discovered at South African truck stop.
Anti-gay hate crime leads to eight horses killed in a barn fire.
William S. Burroughs (who died in 1997) is on trial for corrupting Turkish morals.
The Sony Playstation Network outage looks much worse than originally thought.
Budget cuts force SETI to shut down its telescope facility.
A guide to making people feel old.
Will women's clothing ever be standardized?
You can listen to the Beastie Boys new album here.
You have a month to rescue your photos from Friendster.
Unstoppable raft of fire ants is waiting for you.
The world's most powerful laser is being built in Eastern Europe.
Jon Bon Jovi is opening a pay what you can restaurant in New Jersey.
Marshfield, Massachusetts: the town that banned Pac Man.
Pittsburgh has a ninja problem.
14 serial killers who were never captured.
Six of the rarest of rare-earth minerals.
Movies in the Park: Cinderella at North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
Ella is at the mercy of her stepfamily, who reduce her to their personal maid. Despite the situation, she refuses to despair in hopes that true love will save her. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets.
Marcus Anderson • contemporary jazz, saxophone at SkyLight
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