V.25 No.8 | 02/25/2016
The Daily Word in manure, guard wigs and #vajayjaygate
By Renee Chavez [ Wed Mar 2 2016 12:57 PM ]
A trial date has been set for the mother of Omaree Varela.
A city bus driver is under investigation after trying to kick a passenger off the bus for holding a conversation with no one.
Sometimes you just need that nicotine.
Justice Anthony Kennedy has the opportunity to roll back the new laws in Texas that closed about half of the state's abortion clinics.
Some people have no imagination: Here's a map of the US by what is most searched for on Pornhub.
Do you know about #vajayjaygate?
A farmer in Ohio spelled out "NO TRUMP" in manure across his field.
Get your "guard wig" now to win a Donald Trump look-alike contest while also protecting your noggin from assassins.
V.23 No.9 |
The Daily Word in a not-so-dead guy, an epic b-ball shot and Vermont's heroin
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Feb 28 2014 10:01 AM ]
President Barack Obama sheds light on the problems of young minorities in America.
A federal appeals court ruled that it wasn't unconstitutional to ask students to remove shirts with the American flag during a Cinco de Mayo celebration in 2010 at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill.
You ever watch a movie on Netflix and fall asleep in the middle? And when you wake up, you can't remember where you left off? It looks like some engineers found a solution.
Wanna know what Jaws was like? Some researchers got the scoop …
“I was shocked at the depth of addiction here,” James W. Baker, former director of the Vermont State Police, said in regards to Vermont's current heroin “epidemic.”
Just in case you missed the basketball game, watch an Eldorado High School girl score the winning shot from 70 feet away, with only 1.7 seconds on the clock. It's pretty awesome.
A state auditor claims that the Human Services Department cost New Mexico millions of dollars by mismanaging funds.
Albuquerque police are looking for a woman that is stealing from the elderly.
To the Lobo fan who threw a cup at an opposing player at a basketball game … they're coming for you.
A man who was pronounced dead woke up later in a body bag in the morgue … reminds me of that movie Death Becomes Her.
V.19 No.28 |
What Did You Play This Weekend?
By John Bee [ Mon Jul 19 2010 9:54 PM ]
"Fuck this fucking GAME!" That was my old roommate, Jeff. The year was 1998, and several hours of minor victories punctuated by repeated brutal death in Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee had just come to a jarring halt. Considering how roughly it was treating him, I never gave the game a chance. At the time, I was having enough trouble combating motion sickness in Thief: The Dark Project, and any more rage just wouldn't have been healthy. Fast forward 12 years, and I see it on Steam for $1.25. How can you resist something like that? Me, I could not. So far, though, it's turning out to be a good decision. The game has aged very well, and even though it's a bit of an ass kicking, the great art direction and the if-
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee got 3 sequels: Abe's Exoddus (1998), Munch's Oddysee (2001), and Stranger's Wrath (2005). The whole franchise seemed to peter out after Stranger's Wrath, but recently things have started to heat up again. Just last week, it was announced that multiple new Oddworld titles are in the works. Also, someone posting as Abe on Twitter has begun dropping hints about the games, so hopefully we'll hear something more substantial soon.
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