V.25 No.44 | 11/03/2016
The Daily Word in Hiding Your Face, Undead Bees and the Ghost Defense
By Joshua Lee [ Sat Nov 5 2016 2:13 PM ]
I thought Halloween was over. The first confirmed case of "zombie bees" in North Carolina. Parasitic flies. Larva bursting out of bodies. What more could you ask for?
This self-sustaining robot has a mouth, a gut and can forage for its food ... I don't like it.
In 1687, a ship's captain beat a slander lawsuit by "proving" that he and his men had seen a local brewer dragged into hell by a phantom. That's called "setting a precedent."
Why in God's name are two-headed sharks showing up all over the world? Someone's fucking with us.
You know that pesky facial recognition software that's always being such a buzzkill? Screw it up with these hideous glasses.
V.23 No.1 | 1/2/2014
The Daily Word in broken legs, deadly dogs and creepy dinosaurs
By Carl Petersen [ Mon Dec 30 2013 10:57 AM ]
Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts is gay.
Deadly dogs can be irritating … and deadly.
Note to the police: Only a martini will make me come down.
A plus-sized Barbie would require more plastic and cut into profits.
Find out how the creepy dinosaur keeps watching you.
Anderson Silva broke his leg—like, wiggly broke his leg—during his UFC championship fight.
Guess which kids can’t go in the ocean anymore.
Some dogs recognize faces. All dogs recognize bacon-flavored snacks.
An Albuquerque mom allegedly kicked her son to death.
A Madrid woman is accused of biting off a finger.
Beware the deadly bike trail trip wire.
Happy birthday Davy Jones (and Mike Nesmith).
V.21 No.12 |
The Daily Word in racist comics, staff cuts for Newt and Winrock revitalization
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Mar 28 2012 8:06 AM ]
Why is a there an effort to smear the reputation of Trayvon Martin?
Construction to revitalize Winrock Mall begins next week.
Dude, this racist cartoon is pretty racist, even for Texas.
Guess which Republican Presidential candidate just let go of a third of his full-time staff?
Magdalena's only grocery store is closing.
Fox News hoodies disappear from online store and somehow it's not a conspiracy.
New species of hammerhead shark discovered.
'Dinosaur' and 'dancing' are some of the 50 forbidden words to be removed from standardized tests in New York.
JFK airport employees responsible for 200 thefts per day.
Pharmacies are lying to teenagers about emergency contraception.
Sometimes it's hard being an
Taiwanese woman chats with Facebook friends as she kills herself.
According to a new study, rubbing toothpaste onto your teeth with your fingers will increase fluoride protection by a whopping 400%.
Someone's got a case of the Mondays.
Watch 130 'Simpsons' openings at the same time, for science.
Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson says "Thick as a Brick 2" is coming.
Trailer for a new "Lupin the 3rd" TV series.
Laugh at these treadmill fails.
De-porn your browser before your mom comes to visit.
Hey, remember Luscious Jackson?
V.20 No.34 |
The Daily Word in Irene, space oddity, the children's book and Santa Fe manhole covers
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Aug 27 2011 7:24 PM ]
Is it illegal to flash your headlights in order to warn other drivers of a speed trap? Not sure about NM, but this Wikipedia page has an interesting urban legend supposedly spread by the New Mexico State Police at one time.
List of nuclear power plants in Hurricane Irene's path.
Shark swimming down a flooded Puerto Rico street.
Man drops shorts while running behind weatherman who is reporting on how stupidly people behave during hurricanes.
The most boring live footage of a hurricane ever.
Moe Tucker singing her traditional version of Goodnight Irene.
The official image of Santa Fe in 2012 will be a depiction of manhole covers.
Ever wonder why manhole covers are round?
Dr. Who, a product of Singapore.
World's most accurate atomic clock might be off by a second 138 million years from now.
Download the new children's book Space Oddity. Yes, like the Bowie song.
Have archeologists in Scotland found King Arthur's Round Table?
It's time to watch John Lurie's Fishing With John again.
V.20 No.31 | 8/4/2011
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #211: My friend has been diving in the pool which contains a huge vicious shark.
By Brutus De Cervantes [ Sat Jul 30 2011 6:04 AM ]
I have been sent to attend a conference. Instead of going to the meetings, I've been hanging out with all the misfits by the pool. My boss shows up and finds me there, to my embarrassment. My friend has been diving in the pool which contains a huge vicious shark. It leaps high out of the water and takes big bites out of the cement edge. My friend emerges from underwater and climbs out. He staggers a little, falls headlong on the deck and throws up some blood. "He bit me on my damn hand and towel!" he exclaims bitterly.
V.18 No.31 | 7/30/2009
Courtesy of National Geographic
Shark Attack (Not Really)
By Christie Chisholm [ Thu Jul 23 2009 4:10 PM ]
This shark was found dead on a Long Island shore on Tuesday. Its species is the second-largest kind of fish in the world, although it mostly eats plankton and isn’t considered dangerous to humans, according to this National Geographic article. Even though the shark is dead, the photo of the little girl next to it still freaks me out. R.I.P., sharky.
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