V.25 No.16 | 04/21/2016
The Daily Word in space menses, Vietnamese brides and the moon of Makemake
By Renee Chavez [ Wed Apr 27 2016 2:56 PM ]
Ever pondered space menses?
Hillary Clinton is setting up offices in ABQ.
A local high school baseball team is cheering up a sick teen for her birthday.
This article will bridge the gap in your knowledge of bridges.
There is a massive and awful market in China for Vietnamese brides.
A moon has been discovered that orbits the dwarf planet Makemake.
For all those adults who don't have a squad, here's how to get one.
Curious about demonology?
Don't feel bad, plankton get drunk too.
This is the most polluted city.
V.25 No.9 | 03/03/2016
The Daily Word in White Privilege, North Korea and Erin Andrews
By Megan Reneau [ Thu Mar 3 2016 11:00 AM ]
Is there an emotional difference between the North Korean government and the “Oregon Occupiers”? Because I can’t tell.
China’s first ever anti-domestic abuse law has already helped some women feel safe enough to come forward with their stories and sue their husbands.
To Toms or not to Toms; is there a question?
Just when you thought racial tensions in Montgomery couldn’t get thicker…
Google’s given a $1 million dollar grant to help UNICEF to help fight the Zika virus.
Why people need to stFu about how Erin Andrews is using her trauma for personal gain.
I hate when people say they’ll move to Canada if Donald Drumpf becomes president. Here’s why.
The new Ghostbusters trailer is here, I repeat: THE NEW GHOSTBUSTERS TRAILER IS HERE.
Victory for indigenous women who were abused during the Guatemalan civil war happened over the weekend.
Tina Fey is brilliant (in case you didn’t know).
V.20 No.28 |
The Daily Word: 7.15.11- Somalian drought, Indonesian volcano, brain's misinformation storage and FBI investigations
Also, maybe fluoride makes us dumb.
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Jul 15 2011 9:14 AM ]
Volcano erupts in Indonesia, evacuating thousands.
Kenya opens new refugee camp to deal with influx of Somalis facing starvation.
Misinformation may be un-erasable from our brains.
A DuPont herbicide suspected of killing trees.
A conspiracy theory about fluoride.
FBI investigates claim that journalists tried to hack phones after 9/11.
The United States has a lot of debt, dudes.
This short film about robots rioting in Brixton is cool.
Some idiot sends an email to The Oatmeal and he grades it.
Regretsy helps you know what is NOT steampunk.
Spotify hits the US and may reconfigure the music world.
What the heck is Spotify?
V.20 No.13 |
The Daily Word 4.1.11: Pagan New Year Edition
By Chango Morales [ Fri Apr 1 2011 10:33 AM ]
Hurrah for the bra clapper.
Go on down to Ho Burger.
Trinity site open Saturday.
Obama robber nabbed in Austria.
Cops bust meth lab near school (That's where they always bust them.)
Eight U.N. workers killed in Afghanistan by mob angry about Qur'an burning.
Happy birthday Rachel Maddow.
Go Daddy founder in hot water with P.E.T.A. for shooting elephant.
Billy Joel decides not to write memoir.
Oil goes over $100 a barrel.
V.19 No.49 | 12/9/2010
We Got the Neutron Bomb
A chat with a WMD disarmament specialist
By Marisa Demarco
Michael Spies never anticipated going to work for the United Nations. "It always seemed to be something of an unobtainable aspiration for someone who doesn't have the pedigree," he says. He didn't attend a university in the Northeast, and he doesn't have any political connections. Instead, Spies got his bachelor's degree in political science from the University of New Mexico.
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
Dark Sermon • deathcore • Exalt • Lucia • industrial metal • Lithopaedion • Louder Than Sirens at Launchpad
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