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Crib Notes

Crib Notes: May 15, 2014

By August March

The New York Times
1) This past Mother’s Day weekend, three local women were locked up and charged with child abuse because ________________.

a) They had a history of violence.

b) They were dealing drugs from the front porch.

c) They were not of this Earth.

d) Their home was dirty and unhygienic.

The Japan Times
2) El Paso’s Triple-A ball club shut out the Isotopes 11-0 on Sunday, May 11. What is the name of this West Texas beisbol outfit?

a) The Stars

b) The Giants

c) The Fissionable Materials

d) The Chihuahuas

Wikimedia Commons
3) It’s been awful _____________ in Burque these last few days.

a) Dusty

b) Rusty

c) Crusty

d) Musty

Wet Cement Wallpapers
4) Hipster musician Kurt Vile was recently on teevee performing which classic Neil Young tune?

a) “The Needle and the Damage Done”

b) “Albuquerque”

c) “Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)”

d) “After the Gold Rush”

Hauls of Shame
5) The athletic director at Sandia High School has been accused of planting ____________ in basketball coach Alvin Broussard’s office.

a) A marijuana pipe

b) An issue of Sporting News

c) Two tickets to paradise

d) An al-Qaeda recruitment brochure

Answers:

1) D. The women are facing charges related to leaving a child alone in a filthy house, where a bucket was allegedly used as a toilet.

2) D. The little dogs cranked out 16 hits at home in their Sunday rout of Burque’s Dodger farm team.

3) A. Burque was under a health watch last week due to strong winds and bountiful dust.

4) B. Vile performed “Albuquerque” at the end of last week’s episode of “RocKwiz.”

5) A. Although Sandia High Athletic Director Tom Knauber says he found the pipe, authorities suspect he planted it. Knauber is now on leave pending the outcome of a criminal investigation into the matter.

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