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V.25 No.7 | 02/18/2016

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The Daily Word in whiny Dianna Duran, flying babies and Girls Together Outrageously

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There's a novel idea for restructuring Albuquerque's downtown parking.

In case you haven't heard, a baby flew out of a car and landed next to I-40.

Dianna Duran is whining about the easiest part of her sentence for misappropriating state money.

Hitler had a small penis. No, really. A tiny, tiny little penis.

A woman in Illinois saw a "baby" Mothman.

Capital Hill will introduce a bill that would enforce anti-encryption "backdoors" among big software companies.

Canada may pass a law that would remove criminal liability when someone overdoses.

Most famous groupie ever Pamela Des Barres' animated interview.

V.25 No.4 | 01/28/2016

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The Daily Word in Google Cardboard, an unhappy anniversary and a cat mobbed by toy mice

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Today is the anniversary of the discovery of 11 women's bodies on Albuquerque's West Mesa.

Google is bringing their "Google Cardboard" virtual reality to local schools.

New Mexico Senators begin discussing the Real ID bill today.

This woman is demanding a lifetime supply of Kit Kat bars.

Government officials worry about stronger encryption thwarting their surveillance

Uber drivers complain that they aren't being compensated fairly.

Here's a great cat picture from the internet.

V.24 No.46 | 11/12/2015

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The Daily Word in a controversial story on encryption and the Paris Attacks, Anonymous and eating spiders in your sleep

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New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez is joining other states opposed to accepting Syrian refugees.

Road conditions are poor throughout New Mexico.

The Lantern Festival was a success, but The Sandia Speedway where it was held is to be fined for not having appropriate permits.

Albuquerque is ranked 6th in nation among "best digital cities" by some organization.

Sleeping, dreaming, eating lots of spiders.

While Obama was trying to be a voice of reason, he did ask for it; John McCain took the President up on his invitation to "pop off" about US foreign policy.

Because there is NO indication it's true, NYT pulled their story blaming encryption for the Paris Attacks.

Step aside and let Anonymous handle ISIS, says Anonymous.