V.21 No.42 |
The Daily Word in nearby planets, your sucky job and the Bruce endorsement
Bruce Springsteen endorses Obama.
Ex-senator George McGovern is "no longer responsive."
Newsweek to end print edition by 2013.
2C-I (pronounced "2-C-eye") is the new synthetic drug all the cool kids are talking about
Twitter officially censors an account for the first time. It's cool because it was an account for a neo-Nazi group, right?
Does your job make the world a worse place?
Nearby Earth-sized planet discovered.
Judge rules DC Comics will retain the rights to Superman.
Sound like a tough guy by incorporating more prison slang into your vocabulary.
Replace your fancy cutlery with these stone age tools.
Stephen Colbert's "Alpha Dog of the Week" is my favorite kind of hypocrite.
Orlando couple in trouble for letting their freak-flag fly on the a restaurant patio.
V.20 No.24 |
The Daily Word 6.18.11:Gene Simmons' wife is pissed; Austria in China; the rich are getting richer; bulb-cam!
The Rail Runner will no longer run on weekends.
Luna, NM evacuated as Wallow Fire Spreads in NM.
How about some Mr. Yuk while we're at it.
Jim Woodring has a new comic, er "Graphic Novel."
Austrian village duplicated in China.
Barefoot Bandit pleads guilty, seems he may still get off lightly.
More video: Iggy, Brian James Glen Matlock and an unidentifiable drummer play I Wanna Be Your Dog (1981, crap video, bad audio.)
Executive pay is ten times what it was in '70's America.
A woman killed herself with a steamroller.
Do you have a problem in your life? Please refer to this diagram.
V.19 No.23 | 6/10/2010
Bruce Springsteen Almost Live at Albuquerque’s Kimo Theater Saturday June 19
Later this summer, the Kimo Theater is hooking up to a super high-speed fiber optic network which will allow them to download and project all kinds of movies and concerts in HD. This whole project is kicking off Saturday, June 19 with a screening of Bruce Springsteen’s concert in London’s Hyde Park. The reception begins at 7:00 p.m. and the screening starts at 8:00 p.m. Proceeds from this screening will benefit the Kimo Digital Rep Series which will include, among many other things, a Hitchcock film festival in October. Give it up for the Boss and help support this very cool project. $15 advance tickets are available online.
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