V.21 No.27 | 7/5/2012
The Daily Word in unemployment rate, electronic cigarettes, Spanish winos
By Sam Adams [ Fri Jul 6 2012 10:06 AM ]
Job growth remains stunted.
Albuquerque native Jarrin Solomon will run for Trinidad and Tobago in the Olympics.
Bosque fire reportedly started by an electronic cigarette dropped by a Corrales Youth Conservation Corps member who was in the Bosque looking for ... fires.
Woman killed by hit-and-run at San Mateo and Lomas is the fifth pedestrian killed by traffic in the last week.
David Axelrod likens Mitt Romney to Dick Nixon.
Someone in Florida had the bright idea of making a video about ass shakin’ starring a six-year-old.
Colmbian drug dealer named Fry-Up arrested at his $1.4 million wedding.
If you think Mardi Gras is insane, check out these pictures of raging winos at the San Fermin fest in Pamplona.
Former Raiders defensive end charged with four counts of first-degree murder.
Naked Arizona man who stole a car and created a pile-up was on PCP.
Stonehenge is getting a £27 million makeover.
V.20 No.48 | 12/1/2011
The Daily Word in poo tattoo, suspension for Suh, Germany inseminating you
By Adam Fox [ Tue Nov 29 2011 10:50 AM ]
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik gets no jail time after being declared insane.
Researchers find two pits next to Stonehenge that may have been used in ancient ceremonies.
The NFL suspends DT Ndamukong Suh for two games without pay after stomping a player’s arm.
First Yellow No. 5 waged war against your sperm count, now laptop wi-fi?
Get revenge on your unfaithful partner by tattooing a steaming pile of poo on their back.
Restaurants will now be able to certify the seafood you’re eating using DNA technology.
There could be a 7 percent internet sales tax for New Mexicans on purchases made online.
The German Family Minister wants to improve the country’s birthrate by offering artificial insemination to childless couples.
If you accidentally donate your entire life’s savings to Goodwill, at least you have good karma coming.
Researchers in the Netherlands are studying why going somewhere feels longer than coming back.
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