V.24 No.14 | 04/02/2015
The Daily Word in zodiac weirdness, skinny models and rejecting rejection
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Apr 3 2015 9:57 AM ]
Oh no … Twilight fans are about to have a bitch fit! Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs are engaged.
A man who was missing at sea for two months has been reunited with his family.
It looks like France is no longer down with the skeletal girls.
An Alabama man who was on death row for over 28 years walked free this morning.
No, Duke University. You don't reject Siobhan O'Dell, she rejects your rejection!
The pilgrimage to El Sanctuario de Chimayo has begun!
A former Albuquerque police officer is facing an “excessive force” lawsuit from a 2013 arrest.
In case you wanna know which horror films claim to have stemmed from actual stories: KOAT has you covered.
The attorneys for officers Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez want to know: Which officer fired the shot that killed James Boyd?
V.22 No.52 | 12/26/2013
By Devin O’Leary
Family film feast
KiMo marathons and Stephen King double features—a look at all the hot film happenings around New Mexico.
V.22 No.1 | 1/3/2013
2 p.m. Slump
I Ran Over a Gummy Bear
Bad Lip Reading does Twilight
By Emily Aragon [ Fri Dec 28 2012 2:11 PM ]
This morning’s Daily Word brought us a One Direction-
There is nothing better than watching Kristen Stewart, with her single expression and ever-concerned eyebrows talk about leftover cake and cute dwarves. So, ladies and gentlemen, sit back, relax and enjoy the dialogue you wish The Twilight Saga would include. (Videos after the jump)
V.20 No.43 |
The Daily Word in ghost sex, impending asteroid doom and Justin Bieber!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Nov 2 2011 10:11 AM ]
Pakistan votes to normalize relations with India.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the banks didn't cause the financial crisis.
Hermain Cain doesn't seem to know that China has nuclear weapons.
Hooray! New Mexico is number one for overdose deaths. Oh wait …
Rick Perry wasn't drunk when he gave that drunk-sounding speech.
Kenyan Air Force uses Twitter to warn civilians their town is about to be bombed.
My sales manager really wants you to know about this Justin Bieber news.
Four members of a Georgia militia are accused of a terror plot.
Are ghosts having sex in this Ohio woman's house?
Prostate cancer found in 2,250 year-old-mummy
There's no escaping these new speed cameras.
An asteroid will pass between the Earth and the Moon next week.
So Metallica and Lou Reed released an album together. Sigh.
What is America's most acceptable prejudice?
The case for cheap wine.
When will little Adolf Hitler be returned to his parents?
Anne Rice says the vampires from Twilight are lame.
Thanks to Emily, Constance and John for the tips!
V.20 No.2 | 1/13/2011
The Daily Word 01.10.11: Peter Yates and Ashley Turton died, giant Twilight tattoo, castration and bird death theories.
By Nick Brown [ Mon Jan 10 2011 10:40 AM ]
Peter Yates, director of Bullitt, died.
Here are CNN’s blow-by-blow factoids on the shooting.
There’s snow in the South and they’re not used to it.
Here’s the world’s biggest Twilight back tattoo.
Here’s a robot ball you can control with your cell phone.
Some prairie dogs escaped from the Columbus zoo.
Here’s the Don Kenn Gallery of creepy drawings.
SJP looks like a horse.
Albuquerque could get snow today.
NM troops head to Kosovo.
Bail is $60,000 for Cesar Dominguez-Garcia, the UNMH Shooter.
Happy Birthday, Pat Benatar.
V.19 No.23 | 6/10/2010
Webgame Wednesday. Twilight: Eclipse Interactive
By Devin D. O’Leary [ Wed Jun 30 2010 7:58 PM ]
In case you didn't know (although I'm pretty sure you did), the latest film in the Twilight Saga opened in theaters today. I'm not the biggest fan of the mopey book/film series, so I was mighty tickled to find the 8-bit Twilight: Eclipse Interactive game on YouTube. Now, you're going to have to cut me a little slack on this one. It's not really a game. It's a series of linked YouTube animations, showing us what a crappy Twilight game would have looked like had it hit home consoles during the 8-bit NES era. The animations are interactive, though, and require you to click through certain "Choose Your Own Adventure"-type boxes at the end of each short video. Your choices lead you to the next video--which isn't all that different from crummy old point-and-click video games. The cutscenes are hilarious, giving the film the good solid ribbing it deserves.
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