V.23 No.35 | 8/28/2014
The Daily Word in earthquakes, butter knives and rattlesnakes
By Carl Petersen [ Tue Aug 26 2014 12:57 PM ]
California’s latest earthquake spilled a lot of fancy wine.
Rest in peace, Richard Attenborough.
Fugitives should think twice about taking the Ice Bucket Challenge.
A new butter knife can spread hard butter.
Finally, there’s a USB cable that plugs in either way.
China is developing a super-sonic submarine.
New Mexico extends its luke-warm welcome to the uninvited Mojave rattler.
Two suspects were arrested in connection with shots fired at the Cottages.
An APD standoff at Bank of America near Nob Hill ended peacefully.
Happy birthday, Billy Ray Cyrus.
V.22 No.45 | 11/7/2013
The Daily Word in Lizard People, Nostril Ticks and Street Apes
By Carl Petersen [ Fri Nov 1 2013 11:46 AM ]
They found a fancy secret railway tunnel between San Diego and Tijuana.
Chinese submarines can get us.
An angry bar brawler brandished a chainsaw.
The determined mouse struggled with his cracker.
Here’s my vote for coolest Halloween candy.
What’s the most popular Halloween candy?
Bone up on blood sucking with this TED-Ed vampire cartoon.
Should we build a Death Star?
We’re closer to understanding why warm water freezes faster than cold water.
Watch out for nostril ticks.
Somebody stole a donation box from Donut Mart.
Spend some time with the street apes of Jakarta.
Love Bomb Go-Go Marching Band at Historic El Rey Theater
Greyhound Therapy at Bookworks
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