V.24 No.41 | 10/8/2015
The Daily Word in preparing you for balloon fiesta, hip-hop meets broadway and titanic’s lunch menu
By Desiree Garcia [ Fri Oct 2 2015 1:07 PM ]
Glowing sea turtles aren’t just for nightlights. Check it out!
Scarlet letter in high school takeover.
3,000 years later, is it time to find Queen Nefertiti?
Army Veteran stepped in the way of Oregon shooter to save other’s.
Titanic lunch menu up for auction and it’s valued at $88,000.
V.24 No.36 | 9/3/2015
The Daily Word in Nazis, bears, more Nazis and Kanye West, oh my!
By Taylor Grabowsky [ Mon Aug 31 2015 3:54 PM ]
Kanye for president? Kanye's 2020 vision.
APS Superintendent resigns; will take settlement and salary through October.
Wanna grab lunch? Titanic's last lunch menu up for auction.
Hurricane Fred hits Africa's Cape Verde Islands, which have been hurricane-free since 1892.
First prayer, then medicine: India's new psychiatric clinic.
Yellowstone receives disappointing comment card about lack of bears.
Seeing double? The consequences of seeing your doppleganger face-to-face.
Poland police block access to the alleged Nazi “gold train.”
V.22 No.11 |
The Daily Word in a stolen tortoise, a sharp wit, a titanic exhibit and an anniversary
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue Mar 19 2013 8:36 AM ]
NM Governor Susana Martinez is in Rome.
Mister Turtle the tortoise is safe and sound in Santa Fe.
An exhibit featuring items from the Titanic opens in Albuquerque this Saturday.
Check out this big old Bull Durham building sign.
How to maybe win rock/paper/scissors.
Rochester Police employ the lost art of letter writing.
North Carolina has extensive rules for MMA fights.
It is the tenth anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Possible chemical weapons attack in Syria.
V.22 No.12 | 3/21/2013
The Daily Word in Lobos get the three seed, Operation Valkyrie survivor and thumbs up
By B.L. Brennan [ Mon Mar 18 2013 10:37 AM ]
The number 3 seed Lobos will face Harvard in Salt Lake City.
The release date of Jobs has been pushed back indefinitely.
A body and a bags of bombs were found in a dorm room at the University of Central Florida.
An APD officer was shot yesterday during and investigation near San Mateo and Gibson.
A violin that was played as the Titanic sank has resurfaced.
New Mexico baby receives life saving organ donation days before his first birthday.
Ewald-Heinrich von Kleist, the last survivor of the plot to assassinate Hitler has died at age 90.
Record breaking thumbs up!
V.21 No.15 |
The Daily Word: Intelligent Space Dinosaurs; Keith Moon invited to the Olympics; The Mole Show; Viking movies
By Geoffrey Plant [ Sun Apr 15 2012 9:28 AM ]
Slow news day: Bernalillo County text-alert controversy.
Chemist wraps up scientific journal article with speculation about "intelligent space dinosaurs."
Santa Fe Trail bridge may be preserved.
Most awesome five year old drummer EVER.
Watch The Residents perform "The Mole Show" in 1983.
Pin-ups and the pictures they were based on.
Picture of Johnny Depp as Tonto.
And now for something more offensive: I'm An Indian Too.
List of Viking movies and their historicity.
Pictures of animals giving you a hard time.
V.20 No.38 | 9/22/2011
The Daily Word in no more don’t ask don’t tell, North Korean death camps, Palin’s former flame
By Adam Fox [ Tue Sep 20 2011 10:45 AM ]
As of today, “don’t ask, don’t tell” is no more.
The official song of the shitty economy, “My EBT,” is going viral.
Italian scientists go on trial for failing to predict the L’Aquila earthquake.
American and European scientists find a way to prevent HIV from damaging the immune system.
John Travolta’s $100,000 Mercedes-Benz was stolen.
Satellite photos depict concentration camps the North Korean government swears don’t exist.
Miguel Caballero’s new fashion line for men and women is bulletproof, literally.
Obama unveils a plan to save the U.S. Postal Service by ending Saturday mail.
Did Sarah Palin hook up with former NBA player Glen Rice in 1987?
Nothing beats a list of the 10 most bizarre sex world records.
Albuquerque Studios has a new owner and is operating free of debt.
A real human skull is confiscated after found for sale on Phoenix’s Craigslist.
A necklace recovered from the Titanic (no, not that one) is stolen from an exhibition in Copenhagen.
V.19 No.14 |
DayBird - April 14th
By Geoffrey Anjou [ Wed Apr 14 2010 12:41 PM ]
1841 - Edgar Allen Poe's "Murders in the Rue Morgue," published. The Orangutan did it.
1846 – The Donner Party departs Springfield, Illinois, for California, on what would become one of the greatest tragedies in the history of westward migration. Go west, young man, Ima eat you.
1865 – U.S. President Abraham Lincoln is shot in Ford’s Theatre. John Wilkes Booth, an actor and Confederate sympathizer first plotted to kidnap the president, but upon later reflection decided, fuck it, let’s go for broke.
That evening, at around 10 p.m., as the play (Our American Cousin), progressed, John Wilkes Booth slipped into Lincoln's private box and shot him in the back of the head with a .44 caliber Derringer. Booth leapt to the stage and shouted "Sic semper tyrannis! (Thus always to tyrants)–the South is avenged!" gawh, actors.
He broke his leg on the way down, but still managed to escape on horseback. The pursuit lasted twelve days; Booth was eventually cornered in a Virginia barn, and shot. Other people were punished.
Never trust three-namers.
1912 – The British passenger liner RMS Titanic hits an iceberg in the North Atlantic at 11:40pm. The ship sinks the following morning with the loss of 1,517 lives. Four days earlier, the Titanic, one of the largest and most fancy-dancy ocean liners ever built, departed Southampton, England, on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. Designed by the Irish shipbuilder William Pirrie it spanned 883 feet from stern to bow, and was considered unsinkable. Iceberg smash. At about 2:20 a.m. on the morning of April 15, the massive ship sank into the North Atlantic. It dies a maiden pure.
1977 – Buffy the Vampire Slayer is born.
1986 - We bomb Libya. President Reagan went on national television to discuss the air strikes. "When our citizens are abused or attacked anywhere in the world," he said, "we will respond in self-defense. Today we have done what we had to do. If necessary, we shall do it again."
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