V.19 No.14 |
The Daily Word 04.09.10: Pregnant deputies, Confederates, Drinking at Lunch
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Fri Apr 9 2010 7:21 AM ]
Anti-choice Democrat Rep. Stupak will not seek another term.
Victim of fake Wiccan was listed in her cell phone under "Sacrifice."
President Obama calls Virginia governor's declaration of April as Confederate History Month with no mention of slavery coughbullshitcough. That's a paraphrase.
More details emerge about what drove a 15-year-old bullied girl to end her own life. Eff bullies.
Navy to ban smoking on submarines. You can smoke on submarines?
Malcolm McLaren, manager (creator?) of the Sex Pistols, died yesterday. He was 64.
Danish employees of Carlsberg beer strike after their worksite coolers of brew are removed. They will now only be allowed to drink at lunch.
After a murder, sheriff in a Texas border town tells residents to start packing heat.
A pregnant Valencia County deputy sues the sheriff over gender discrimination.
It's Dennis Quaid's birthday. Innerspace!
It's National Poetry Month. Here's a poem by Sandra Beasley.
V.19 No.1 |
The Daily Word 01.07.10: Animals in the South Valley, brains in bags, Nick Cage
By Erin Adair-Hodges [ Thu Jan 7 2010 7:41 AM ]
Police search for baby mom left somewhere.
Rep. Stupak (D-Michigan) won't cave on anti-choice measures in health care bill.
Albuquerqueans sue funeral homes over being given relative's brain in a bag.
Microsoft something game controller something.
Missing Lotto winner may have been murdered.
Autism mostly found in children of older, educated whites. So, sorry about that, future babies.
Cockfighting ring busted in South Valley.
Pets found left behind in condemned apartments. Boooooo.
California judge OKs the YouTubing of Prop. 8 trial. White Ford Bronco still being negotiated.
Harold Ford Jr., whose previous run for the House was sunk by some pretty nasty (and racist) tactics, may now run for Senate.
It's Nicolas Cage's birthday.
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