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V.22 No.49 |

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The Daily Word in assisted suicide, a lost-then-found Johnny Cash album and spying on gamers

Sandia Peak Ski Area announces early opening

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New Mexico to consider legalizing assisted suicide.

Sandia Peak Ski Area is opening early this Friday.

City of Albuquerque spends a lot of money settling lawsuits and now some settlement details are available to public online.

Denver City Council amended the weed law so it is OK to blaze on your front lawn, balcony, etc.

Obama shook hands with Raul Castro at Mandela's memorial.

In other Cuba news, Russia plans to forgive 29 billion dollars owed to her by the tiny communist country.

Yet another way the NSA is spying on everybody all the time.

MURDOCHISEVIL.

Previously unknown Johnny Cash record to be released.

Great collection of (NSFW) ancient Pompeii graffiti.

Learn what a "sun dog" is.

Joan Jett demanding Sea World stop blasting her music at Shamu.

The rent is still 2 damn high.

Christiane F. has a new book, says she's dying.

V.21 No.16 |

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The Daily Word in deep breathing, P.R. problems and losing your appetite

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The American Lung Association says Santa Fe is the safest place to breathe.

Foothills area command chief reprimanded after sending an email blaming APD officer-involved shootings on schools, parents, the court system and victims, among others.

Top Pentagon leadership demands major shake-up over anti-Islam military training materials.

Bahrain hires a professed Saddam Hussein admirer to help repair its latest image problems.

Arguments begin today before the Supreme Court over the constitutionality of Arizona’s S.B. 1070, enacted to root out illegal immigrants in the state. Mitt Romney may be among the people eager to avoid the issue.

Newt Gingrich says he's willing to “be honest about what’s happening in the real world.” (Pundits predict he’ll be out of the G.O.P primary race by this time next week.)

Another sign the general election is in full swing: the president guest stars on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.

Opposition to broadly-worded surveillance legislation gains momentum.

The U.S.D.A. would like to offer its assurance that only cows need to be worried about the latest case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy.

Suuuure, lady, you may look content as you sip a beer and read a book, spooning up your minestrone all by yourself. We know that you’re really just doing a good job of masking your humiliation and sorrow.

Videogame editor declares the work of cutting-edge noodle designer “stunning.”

Customers in the Middle East will be the first to enjoy the “chicken gem”- and “special sauce”-riddled results of Pizza Hut’s crust-stuffing craze.

Speaking of gems, notorious media mogul Rupert Murdoch was full of them this morning as he testified in British court.

New Ikea camera has added benefit of being easy to smash by younger consumers who don’t know what a viewfinder is.

V.20 No.42 |

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The Daily Word in Rail Runner hikes, more Gaddafi death videos, no KFC for Travolta

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Rail Runner raising fares in 45 days.

No lunch in Texas prisons on weekends.

New video of a bloody Gaddafi being dragged about challenges preliminary reports as to the nature of his death.

Two minor quakes hit the Bay Area same day as earthquake preparedness drills take place.

Travolta denied reservation at KFC while in UK for a Scientology conference.

Somebody was making fake checks in the Northeast Heights.

Rangers rally to tie World Series in dramatic fashion.

Lindsay Lohan show's up for community service at the L.A. County morgue, which, by the way, sells some awesome merch.

Seattle Hertz branch axes 25 Somali Muslims for length of prayer breaks.

Breaking down the ownership laws for exotic pets in lieu of the Ohio fiasco.

Cain makes changes to 9-9-9.

Ralph Montoya gets 25 years for murder of UNM professor and his girlfriend.

Murdoch ponies up $3.2 million for phone hack of murdered 13-year-old.

N.M. senators propose expansion of area in which Mexican nationals can visit in the state for a 30-day period.

Shaq cleared in kidnapping lawsuit.


V.20 No.29 | 7/21/2011

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The Daily Word with a Casey Anthony Dunking Booth, Leisure Diving, Return of Charlie Sheen

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Rupert Murdoch’s in boiling hot water after Britain’s phone hacking scandal claims two police officers’ jobs.

Three American teenage girls sweep Google’s very first Science Fair.

The DMV rejects a request from a Nevada man wanting a ‘GOPALIN’ license plate.

A Kentucky bluegrass fair unveils the Casey Anthony Dunking Booth.

Somewhere, Darwin is laughing. A local copper thief gets a 480-volt shock after cutting through a power line at East San Jose Elementary. Meanwhile, a man in South Carolina tries the same thing and dies.

Kevin Costner joins an already incredible cast for Tarantino’s new spaghetti western Django Unchained.

A woman is discovered as having a third nipple ... on her foot.

Borders is liquidating and closing its 399 remaining stores.

No more planking, no more owling; now it’s all about leisure diving.

Still kicking, still winning: Charlie Sheen signs on for the new sitcom “Anger Management.”

The “Cash Cab” hits and kills a pedestrian in Vancouver.