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V.24 No.31 | 7/30/2015

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The Daily Word in Postmen, Boy Scouts & Yahoo Serious

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Burger King is seeing a much-needed boost in sales due to the allure if its "chicken fries."

Who said it: Donald Trump or Mr. Burns?

A postman rescued an injured man who was trapped in his home for a week and a half.

The ban on gay adult leaders will be lifted by the Boy Scouts.

After being in a coma for 6 months, Bobbi Kristina Brown has died.

Fingers Bloody Fingers.

Over the weekend, President Obama did some serious rug-cutting in Kenya.

The cover of New York Magazines features a photo of all 35 of Bill Cosby's accusers.

Yahoo Serious turns 62 today!

Thanks to Geoff Plant for the Black Sabbath link!

V.22 No.25 |

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The Daily Word in goopy beach, a Flying Wallenda controversy and the Naked Rambler

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Everyone uses a cell phone but no one wants a cell tower in their backyard.

No plans this weekend? How about scooping hundreds of pounds of algae and trash out of Tingley Beach?

Some Navajos are upset by Flying Wallenda Nik Wallenda's plans for a tightrope walk across the Grand Canyon and also point out that he is not actually going across the Grand Canyon anyway.

Snowden is in Moscow and American government officials are completely losing their minds.

Some Boy Scouts were struck by lightning.

Old school use of a coolie by Indian journalist has the journalist in hot water.

This story makes one wonder how many drones are watching us right now.

Some mugshots of Edwardian era women arrested for public drunkenness. "Occupation: polisher and prostitute."

Chris Brown may have assaulted a woman in a nightclub last night.

The Naked Rambler is in jail again.

V.22 No.5 | 1/31/2013

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The Daily Word in Boy Scouts, Super Bowl Commercials, Richard III

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After a train killed a Bernalillo High School student Wednesday, another family who lost their son the same way is speaking out.

What do Burqueños have to say about Obama’s involvement in the Boy Scouts situation?

Breaking Bad has the coolest cars on TV.

33 ridiculously happy photos of the Ravens winning Super Bowl XLVII.

It has been officially confirmed that Richard III’s body was found under a parking lot (or car park for you Brits) in England.

Local ad firm rakes in reactions to Super Bowl ads.

Mooooom! There’s an octopus in the toilet!

V.21 No.39 |

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The Daily Word in Chinese hackers, faithful coyotes, super bright comets

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Washington confirms that White House computers were breached by Chinese hackers.

Helium shortage forces gas balloon racers to use hydrogen this year. Um ... can anyone say "Hindenburg?"

Boy Scouts of America to release their reports of found pedophiles to police.

That pesky asbestos just keeps coming up.

Which states get the most taxpayer money?

Board of Regents will hopefully reveal tonight why NMSU's president unexpectedly went on leave last week.

New comet discovered near Saturn may turn out to be among the brightest in history, possibly even outshining the moon in 2013.

Mirrors on easels look beautiful in the desert.

New study suggests that urban coyotes are 100% monogomous.

IKEA expresses regret over erasing women from catalogs shipped to Saudi Arabia.

Remember that real-life Ukranian Barbie doll from a few months ago? Well, here is her buddy, Anastasiya Shpagina, the real-life anime girl.

V.20 No.32 | 8/11/2011
Seton stands proud.
photo courtesy of the Academy for the Love of Learning, a gift of John G. Samson

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Through the Wolf’s Eyes

Extensive archive illuminates vision of hunter-turned-conservationist

Ernest Thompson Seton spent his life making people aware of their impact on nature and introducing youth to the outdoors. He was an artist, woodsman and mentor who wrote more than 50 books. He confounded the worldwide Boy Scouts movement. And he was once an avid hunter who was changed into a conservationist by a spiritual experience he had in New Mexico. The Academy for the Love of Learning, based outside Santa Fe, is about to open its permanent Seton Gallery.