Jack Weil

Jack Weil


V.25 No.9 | 03/03/2016

The Daily Word in Toddler Attorneys, Dogs Against Robots and Bromance For Your Health

The Daily Word

Vantablack is the darkest material ever made; so dark that only 0.036% of light is reflected off of it. It has astronomical and military applications, but artists are pissed that they won't have access to it. Can't please everybody.

Here's a video of a little terrier barking at the Boston Dynamics robot named "Spot." My dog still barks at hot air balloons.

This local biker gang has taken it upon themselves to do whatever they can to stop child abuse. Thanks to their efforts, ABQ kids have a place to go when things are rough at home.

In 1948 a man was shot after an apparently heated psychological discussion (beer was involved). What he said: "You don't even know how to spell psychology." Buddy's answer: "I'll show you!"

In a sworn deposition, longtime immigration judge Jack H. Weil said twice that 3-year-olds can represent themselves in immigration court cases. Why? Lawyers are expensive, bro. d'uh. Do you really want your tax dollars being used to help out lazy, job-stealing toddlers? Didn't think so.

A study is saying that men need "Bromance" to help lower stress levels at the end of the day. From my understanding, this means towel-popping and dick jokes are signs of healthy living. (I told you so.)

The National Fiery Foods & Barbecue show continues today at the Sandia Resort & Casino. Sales of Maalox and milk skyrocket.