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V.19 No.48 | 12/2/2010

news

The Daily Word 11.30.10: ant-covered Jesus, epic snowball fight, recycled jeans Focus

The Daily Word

In light of the Christmas spirit, the Smithsonian displays, among other things, an ant-covered Jesus.

You can no longer sit or lie on sidewalks in San Francisco.

An innocent snowball fight turns into a 500 person brawl in Germany.

China and North Korea are having a lover’s quarrel, according to the controversial WikiLeaks docs.

8 million people have stopped using their credit cards over the past year.

News Corp doesn’t know what the hell to do with struggling MySpace.

A casting agent for The Hobbit is fired for only looking at prospects with “light skin tones.”

A robber in Deming gets foiled when a package of empanadas is thrown at his head.

The new Ford Focus uses recycled jeans in its sound-deadening and carpet backing.

Fiji Water is no longer from Fiji.

This man, arrested 127 times, claims he is a victim of Albuquerque police.

V.19 No.37 | 9/16/2010

Council Watch

Calling All Sentinels

More than 100 people have taken advantage of the city’s anonymous fraud-reporting program. The Efficiency, Stewardship and Accountability hotline is supposed to encourage people to report concerns and deter wasteful spending. City Inspector General Janet McHard told the Council at its Wednesday, Sept. 8 meeting that the new program is gathering reliable information.

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