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V.25 No.19 | 05/12/2016

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The Daily Word in super humans, robot humans and synthetic humans

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"A school must not treat a transgender student differently from the way it treats other students of the same gender identity." What a concept.

Native Americans face some of the highest rates of suicide, poverty and sexual assaults.

Pfizer drugs no longer allowed to be used in lethal injections.

Puerto Rican superhero? Yes, please.

What if your TA was a robot? Wonder no more.

Humans created with synthetic genome could become a reality.

What's up, Friday the 13th.

V.21 No.46 | 11/15/2012

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The Daily Word in lawmaker cam, Taco Bell and Puerto Rico

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APS bosses get raises, teachers pissed.

Legislators suspicious of Gov. Martinez filming them in the Roundhouse.

Taco Bell unveils baked potato wrapped in a tortilla.

State cop takes a woman into custody and then has sex with her in his patrol car on their way to jail. No charges are filed.

Guy slices his tongue to get his wife back.

The Tea Party says it’s Romney’s fault.

Your brain and music.

Welcome to Middle-Earth Airlines.

Diane Sawyer, drinking wine, taking meds, making coke jokes.

The worst appearances of musicians in sci-fi movies.

Google unveils JAM, which is, roughly, Garage Band. Here’s other stuff Google has wasted money on.

For balance: Forgotten Apple products of yore.

For x-mas, please buy me a petri dish ornament.

Puerto Rico is thinking it wants to be a state.

Neil Gaiman writes some “Doctor Who,” tries to salvage the glory of the Cybermen.

V.21 No.6 | 2/9/2012

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The Daily Word in McDonald’s unsafe pit bulls, Nike Foam knife fights and Plan B vending machines

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President Obama plans to use a super PAC for campaign fundraising, something he opposed in the past.

The Caddo Parish, La. commissioner wants to put a ban on pajama wearing in public.

A Maryland mall was evacuated after knives were pulled over the release of the new Nike Foam shoe.

Puerto Rico proposes a plan to kill their iguana population and export their meat to aid economic struggles.

You’ll be able to snag Plan B pills from a vending machine at Shippensburg University.

In a new book, the Pope is said to have performed two exorcisms during his time in the Vatican. Crappy found-footage movie to follow.

The Steins Railroad Ghost Town in the southwestern part of the state reopens in May, even with a mysterious murder going unsolved.

The oldest living things on Earth are discovered ... giant seagrass in the Mediterranean Sea.

GOP hopeful Newt Gingrich continues his 1984-esque campaign when his communications director alters his Wikipedia page. “Edits” include items about his three marriages and his books.

The Albuquerque Police Department begins an internal investigation after a cell phone video of two cops kicking a man makes it on YouTube.

McDonald’s pulls an advertisement that states eating a new Chicken McBite is less risky than petting a pit bull.

Susan G. Komen Foundation Vice President Karen Handel resigns over the Planned Parenthood funding controversy.

This incredible list of 150 Valentines from your childhood are going to bring back many a grade school memory.

V.20 No.23 |

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The Daily Word: 6.10.11-super weeds, supernovas, super red light cameras

You shouldn't approach a prostitute this summer, but you can read Sarah Palin's email

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Obama will visit Puerto Rico, the first US official since the '60s to do so.

Other countries pledge to lend money to Libyan rebels.

Everyone has a reality show, even the Duchess of York.

Red light cameras came back on last night.

APD has new summertime operation to bust you if you're trying to pay for sex.

Super weeds evolving to beat pesticides.

Mississippi river spreading "ravenous" Asian carp.

Researchers may add fat as the sixth taste.

Even bigger supernovas!

Read Sarah Palin's email!

V.20 No.7 | 2/17/2011
"Juárez,"   papel picado   by Kai Margarida-Ramírez de Arellano
courtesy of 516 ARTS

Interview

Paper Cuts

Former Albuquerquean mixes the old with the new

Kai Margarida-Ramírez de Arellano was born in Puerto Rico but spent most of her formative years in New Mexico. Her art, in part, explores the clash between the two cultures, as well as family history and sexual politics.

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