V.21 No.6 | 2/9/2012
The Daily Word in McDonald’s unsafe pit bulls, Nike Foam knife fights and Plan B vending machines
By Adam Fox [ Tue Feb 7 2012 10:27 AM ]
President Obama plans to use a super PAC for campaign fundraising, something he opposed in the past.
The Caddo Parish, La. commissioner wants to put a ban on pajama wearing in public.
A Maryland mall was evacuated after knives were pulled over the release of the new Nike Foam shoe.
Puerto Rico proposes a plan to kill their iguana population and export their meat to aid economic struggles.
You’ll be able to snag Plan B pills from a vending machine at Shippensburg University.
In a new book, the Pope is said to have performed two exorcisms during his time in the Vatican. Crappy found-footage movie to follow.
The Steins Railroad Ghost Town in the southwestern part of the state reopens in May, even with a mysterious murder going unsolved.
The oldest living things on Earth are discovered ... giant seagrass in the Mediterranean Sea.
GOP hopeful Newt Gingrich continues his 1984-esque campaign when his communications director alters his Wikipedia page. “Edits” include items about his three marriages and his books.
The Albuquerque Police Department begins an internal investigation after a cell phone video of two cops kicking a man makes it on YouTube.
McDonald’s pulls an advertisement that states eating a new Chicken McBite is less risky than petting a pit bull.
Susan G. Komen Foundation Vice President Karen Handel resigns over the Planned Parenthood funding controversy.
This incredible list of 150 Valentines from your childhood are going to bring back many a grade school memory.
V.20 No.6 | 2/10/2011
And now some more entries from the Alibi’s Eighth Annual Valentine’s Day Card Contest
By John Bear [ Wed Feb 9 2011 2:57 PM ]
V.20 No.4 |
Enter the Valentine's Day Contest
Express yourself, win fabulous prizes
By John Bear [ Thu Jan 27 2011 1:09 PM ]
There is still time to enter Alibi's Eighth Annual Valentine's Day Card Contest. A few entries have trickled in and there's some really good stuff.
As I said before, anything creepy is good. Also, sending stuff laden with precious metals, jewels, cash is always a plus. Journalism is my passion, but it ain't paying the bills. Any cards with valuables I can resell will help ease my transition into organized crime.
Remember: One entry per person. They shouldn't be bigger than an eight and a half by 11 inch piece of paper and should weigh no more than a five kilogram gold brick. Hint.
Mail them to 2118 Central Ave. SE, P.O. Box 151. Entries must be received by Feb. 1. No animal parts, bodily fluids or anything else that will bother my OCD.
Thank you. Have fun.
The winners will be displayed in the Feb. 10 issue of the Alibi.
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