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V.20 No.10 | 3/10/2011

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V.20 No.3 | 1/20/2011

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The Daily Word 1.18.11: Iran hates love, resurrecting the mammoth, Facebook mug shots

By Adam Fox [ Tue Jan 18 2011 10:55 AM ]
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Former Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger has a drug problem. The drug? The power of being governor.

Fuck love! Iran bans production of all Valentine’s Day gifts.

Ricky Gervais hit the ball out of the park with his snide satire hosting the Golden Globes.

Protests and civil unrest are ripping Tunisia apart.

WikiLeaks strikes again; Julian Assange to release the tax info of 2,000 very wealthy people.

Dick Cheney says Obama has “learned from experience” that the Bush policies were right. I’ve “learned from experience” that Cheney is still an idiot.

Holy Jurassic Park! A team of scientists are trying to clone and bring back the extinct mammoth.

TV personality Regis Philbin is finally calling it quits at age 79.

The Supreme Court rejects an appeal from opponents of D.C.’s same-sex marriage law.

Chihuahua vs. Owl: The Battle for World Domination.

A California city considers posting drunk drivers’ mug shots on Facebook.

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The Daily Word 1.15.11

Stealer of Hearts and Berlusconi; Michael Steele; virtual border is dead;The Mad Canadian.

By Geoffrey Plant [ Sat Jan 15 2011 9:43 AM ]
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Not everyone loves a good Hitler joke.

Tunisian revolution changed slogan overnight from "Ben Ali OUT!" to "Ghannouchi OUT!"

China introduces measures to counter inflation, for the fourth time in two months.

Cowabunga! Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi is being investigated for throwing bunga bunga parties featuring underage girls/prostitutes. This gets complicated as Italian age of consent is 14. Legal age for a prostitute, however, is 18.

Michael Steele is no longer Chairman of Republican National Committee.

Paranoid former Los Alamos National Labs scientist arrested after stand-off with police -which, in a twist of irony, he apparently wasn't aware of.

This is what Sarah Palin's Blood Libel speech sounds like in her native planet's tongue.

Fast sinking boat, tranquilized newscast, Prisoner: Cell Block H. Bisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Janet Napolitano has killed the U.S.-Mexico virtual border fence.

What would you do before running amok? Jared Loughner took photos of himself wearing only a thong and a Glock, and had them printed at Walmart.
Here's the newly released video from Loughner's MySpace page.

Excellent classic BBC documentary on L.S.D.

Speaking of L.S.D. check out The Pretty Things.

National Film Board of Canada has an online database. Start with The Mad Canadian. Then you're going to want to watch either Devil at Your Heels or Project Grizzly.

On this day in 1965 The Who's Can't Explain came out. Shindig!

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The Daily Word: 1.14.11: It hits the fan in Tunisia

By John Bear [ Fri Jan 14 2011 9:20 AM ]
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Tunisia's president dissolves government.

Autopsy reveals police shot man seven times.

Martha Stewart splits lip, gets nine stitches. Not a good thing.

FDA won't ban Vicodin.

More than 500 people die in Brazil floods.

I watched a really depressing nature show about eagles last night. There is no link. I just thought you should know.

Mentally disabled man pardoned for murder (73 years after he was executed).

Young girl killed in Arizona shootings laid to rest.

Happy birthday, LL Cool J.

David Nelson of 'Ozzie and Harriet' dies.

Used needles found all over abandoned apartment complex.

Lawmakers greet calls for gun control with silence.

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