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V.25 No.14 | 04/07/2016

News

The Daily Word in Boko Haram, cute cats and the island of 20,000 graves

The Daily Word

FoodNetwork's "Chopped" is looking for contestants from New Mexico.

On the other hand, some people shouldn't even enter the kitchen for their own safety.

Sandia Peak owners want to ruin the serenity of the Sandias with a goddamn rollercoaster.

Here is the lapel camera video from when the recent Amber Alert ended with the discovery of 9-month-old Ariana.

Boko Haram has proved itself to be even more evil by increasing their number of child suicide bombers 10 fold.

Governor McCrory now wants to protect employee rights but still doesn't see the problem with his anti-LGBT bill.

The island of 20,000 graves is not Stephen King's newest novel.

Two Russian warplanes simulated an attack on a US guided missile ship.

Pictures of animals help improve your mood, so here ya go.

V.22 No.49 |

news

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

Sandia Peak Ski Area announces early opening

The Daily Word

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.19 | 5/10/2012

Feature

Summer Guide 2012: High times in New Mexico

Everybody knows it’s cooler in the mountains, so get out and explore them already. You don't need climbing gear or a Sherpa to scale tall peaks—just a thirst for adventure and, perhaps, a beer or two. Here are a few of my picks for an elevated summer.

Feature

Going Up?

Summer Guide 2012

Everybody knows it’s cooler in the mountains, so get out and explore them already. You don't need climbing gear or a Sherpa to scale tall peaks—just a thirst for adventure and, perhaps, a beer or two. Here are a few of our picks for an elevated summer.
V.20 No.49 |

NEWS

The Daily Word in England turning into a pygmy, Bill Richardson grand jury investigation, ridiculous bank fees and another pumping party tragedy

The Daily Word

Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson is in hot water again.

Sandia Peak Ski Area is open.

Teen with $4.85 in his savings account ends up with more than 200.00 worth of fees in less than two weeks.

Three giant men of fifties advertising.

Police say this fake woman doctor caused a man's death after a New Jersey pumping party. The man died of an embolism one day after she injected his penis with silicone.

This may be the most insane fast food restaurant ad ever. AND it's Russian. AND it's nearly two minutes long. AND there's a unicorn.

British PM David Cameron is really pissing off the rest of Europe and some Brits.

The teacher in this commercial is feeling great! Just great!
(commercial starts at 3:12.)

Check out these super-sexy rotary telephones pictured on classicrotaryphones.com.

Here's a 24 hours long loop of the sound the star ship Enterprise makes on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

North Korea has warned South Korea of "unexpected consequences" if it lights up a Christmas tree-shaped tower near their tense border.

"Who among us doesn't wager $10K at a time?"

This lady went to some lengths in faking her own rape. Find out why.

Meth lab in a bag.

On this day in 1941 Germany and Italy declared war on the The United States.