john mellencamp

V.22 No.33 | 8/15/2013


The Daily Word in John Mellencamp, Wayne Bent, Obama and Guillermo del Toro.

The Daily Word

John Cougar’s sons were sucking on chili dogs behind the Tastee Freez.

Now Japan has Pepsi flavored Cheetos to go with their dirty underwear vending machines.

Obama played cards during the Osama bin Laden raid. The intern kept losing, but wouldn’t take her bra off.

A shark ate a lady’s arm in Maui.

Death came calling for both troubled sitcom star Lisa Robin Kelly and Spain’s wealthiest woman, Rosalia Mera.

Area 51 exists.

Take a peek at Guillermo del Toro’s sketchbook.

Google yanked YouTube access from Microsoft’s Windows Phone app.

Shittens are now available.

Enjoy these pictures of animals wearing clothes.

Albuquerque programmer Sean McCracken wrote the first game for Google Glass. The game involves killing aliens.

Wayne Bent will remain in prison. The Alibi covered Bent’s case extensively.

Happy birthday, Robert Culp. I don’t believe I’ve mentioned I’m related to Robert Culp. Or perhaps I have!

V.19 No.41 | 10/14/2010


Twenty-Five Years of Farm Aid and Still Growing

This year marked the 25th annual Farm Aid concert and founding members were on hand to show their support once again. On Oct. 2, Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and the newest board member, Dave Matthews—who has been with Farm Aid for nine years—were all in attendance. Alongside numerous other bands, the headliners kept the music and message of prosperity going throughout the day. Since 1985 over $37 million dollars has been raised and given to families to keep them farming. This year the concert was held in Wisconsin. With over 97 percent family-owned farms, the Dairy State teems with small farms. Aside from showcasing great music, the concert aims to raise awareness about U.S. farming policy and the plight of the small farmer. It seems the little program Willie and his friends started in the '80s has more than accomplished its mission and will continue to speak up for the the little guy across the country.