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V.25 No.45 | 11/10/2016
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The Daily Word in Russia, Twenty One Pilots and ART

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Trump isn't working with Russia? Riiiiight...

After being completely ignored by the guards, an 18 year old died after she asked for medical help when withdrawing from heroin.

Listen to this mashup song of Twenty One Pilots, Halsey, Melanie Martinez and Sivan.

Speaking of Twenty One Pilots, here's a clip of Tyler Joseph singing My Chemical Romance's song Cancer.

Global Warming is already affecting people in colder climates like Alaska.

Welcome to the Tesla Gigafactory.

Opening statements have begun in a lawsuit that seeks to stop the ART project.

All the charges have been dropped against the three remaining officers in the Freddie Gray trial.

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

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The Daily Word in Russia, Quentin Tarantino and Anonymous

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Russian flights won’t be flying into Egypt any time soon.

Technology could be getting a city of their own in Southern NM.

This Ohio teen had no idea he’s been considered missing for 13 years until he tried to apply for college. What are the odds?

One New Mexico filmmaker wants to give the public a glimpse into the lives of APD with a web series.

Adele’s management is taking all the fun out of being drunk on social medial.

It’s like the feud between Quentin Tarantino and Police is more drama than high school.

London gets way more than they bargained for during Million Mask March. Protests aren’t supposed to turn violent, right?

Techno and Feminism. What a time to be alive.

V.24 No.6 | 2/5/2015

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The Daily Word in Super Bowl, sex changes, swords, and seeing shadows

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The Patriots won the Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl commercials were bland this year.

Bruce Jenner is transitioning into life as a woman.

A new dinosaur was discovered in China.

An Albuquerque toddler shot his parents with a handgun.

Here are the rules for buying food with love at McDonald’s.

Tablets and phones might damage toddlers’ brains.

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning.

Here are five things you didn’t know about Groundhog Day, the movie.

A ‘Power Rangers’ actor is accused of killing his roommate with a sword.

Our next alibi issue is our special love issue and will feature sex toy reviews by members of the alibi staff. In the meantime, here are a few sex toys you may want to stay away from.

Vladimir Putin has resumed the war in Ukraine.

Back in December, the Russian court banned the music and artwork of Cannibal Corpse.

You can see Cannibal Corpse in the land of the free tonight at the Sunshine theater, along with Behemoth, Aeon, and Tribulation.

V.21 No.36 |

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The Daily Word in (teacher and air) strikes, debates and calming propaganda

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Teachers are striking in Chicago.

"A significant accomplishment for the Obama administration and a sign of how far the markets have come."

Peace mission to Syria struggles in the midst of raging conflict.

Yemeni military says their forces have killed the second-highest ranking leader of Al Qaeda.

Romney's shifting health care reform rhetoric.

Gov. Martinez is soon to appoint a new person to the Bernalillo County Commission.

Congressional District 1 candidates Janice Arnold-Jones and Michelle Lujan Grisham held their first debate yesterday.

Chamomile Tea Party propaganda.

Hipster.gov

A case for atomic-based environmentalism.

Rooftop tigers.

Red wine might be better for you if there weren't alcohol in it. Ugh.

Such a douchebag.

V.21 No.34 |

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The Daily Word in levees holding (or not), GOP platform-ogling and unexploded ordinance

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New Orleans' flood control system is so far fully operational in the wake of Hurricane Isaac.

But southeast of the city, Plaquemines parish is experiencing a serious levee breach.

The International Space Station's view of the massive storm.

Some chilling phrasing from Syria's Bashar al-Assad.

Parents in the state will have to cite more specific reasons if they don't want their kids immunized for school.

One key element of the new Republican Party platform: the embrace of dark money.

Compare other elements of today's GOP stance to that of 1980.

The government has a new means of ignoring the Fourth Amendment.

Dispatches from a year spent in a "failing" school.

"What a bore," said Ray Bradbury upon learning the FBI had been investigating him.

Taking money away from hospitals that treat undocumented immigrants.

The perks of being Russian President Vladimir Putin.

"Paris of the mind is preferable to the real thing."

Digital portraiture of Civil War-era Washington, D.C.

The long-term legacy of WWII bombing in Europe.

V.21 No.24 | 6/14/2012

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The Daily Word in protesting Putin, toppling Trevi and locating lungs

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Thousands take to the streets of Russia to protest Vladimir Putin a day after authorities raided the homes of protest leaders.

The world-renowned Trevi fountain is slowly crumbling due to cuts to the funding of Rome’s monuments.

Danny Boyle’s £27m opening ceremony for the London Olympics features real animals and rain-producing clouds.

175 structures have been destroyed by the Little Bear fire in Ruidoso.

A pair of lungs is discovered on a Los Angeles-area sidewalk.

The Los Angeles Kings win Lord Stanley’s Cup, the first in the club’s 45-year history.

Bank of America plans to spend $50 billion over the next 10 years to fight climate change.

A group of Japanese astronomers in Hawaii find the oldest galaxy to be discovered.

A man suspected to be high on bath salts strips naked and goes after a three-year-old girl in Miami.

A man gathering material about a book about kindness in America is shot and wounded in West Virginia.

Tokyo reclaims its place as the world’s most expensive city.

23 gravestones vanish at a Civil War cemetery in Washington, D.C.

The town of Middleborough, Mass. can now slap you with a $20 fine for swearing in public.

Happy National Beef Jerky Day! Here’s a portrait of sasquatch made entirely of jerky.

V.21 No.19 | 5/10/2012

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The Daily Word in Maurice Sendak, Dustin Hoffman and Tyrannosaurus Rex

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Where the Wild Things Are author Maurice Sendak dies at 83.

North Carolina votes on a controversial constitutional ban on gay marriage today known as Amendment One.

The Senate discusses a bill today that would prevent student loan rates from doubling July 1.

Junior Seau’s family discuss with Samoan elders whether to donate his brain for scientific study.

Dustin Hoffman saved this jogger’s life in London’s Hyde Park.

This creepy principal resigns after creating a fake Facebook page to spy on her students.

Hell hath no fury like a pet lynx’s jealousy.

South Korean customs officials discover pills filled with powdered human baby flesh—sure to spawn a metal band/song or ten.

Hundreds in Russia take to the streets to protest the inauguration of Vladimir Putin.

I suppose changing your name to Tyrannosaurus Rex is more original—but no less crazy—than Jesus Christ.

Rick Santorum endorses Mitt Romney in an email to his supporters.

V.21 No.18 | 5/3/2012

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The Daily Word in Astorga, Amsterdam, the NFL

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Shuttle Enterprise coasts into retirement in NYC atop a 747.

Death penalty trial for Michael Astorga begins.

In less than a year it may be illegal for tourists to buy pot in Amsterdam.

Breaking down Round 1 of the NFL draft.

Albuquerque police arrest firefighter in connection with burglary ring.

NBA Playoff matchups set, first round starts Saturday.

Attack of the lobster-sized cannibal shrimp.

Putin, Vlad Putin.

Ever seen a flying bear on tranquilizers?

Blind Chinese activist may be under U.S. protection after escaping house arrest.

Bieber ignorantly disses Indonesia. Maybe this stupid video of him fakely getting beat up will make you happier. Probably not, though.

Naked Romanian cyclist ticketed for not wearing a helmet.

Man arrested for DUI says he fled the scene because he “had the runs.”

This woman is really hot—if you’re made out of Legos.

V.21 No.7 | 2/16/2012

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The Daily Word in Russians need more sex, gonorrhea needs a cure and every tyrant needs a lover

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Russian Prime Minister Valdimir Putin encourages his people to start having more sex to help a shrinking population.

A football coach resigns after accidentally posting a naked picture on Facebook.

The Center for Disease Control issues a warning that gonorrhea may soon become incurable.

A TSA agent gets creepy with a female passenger and makes her walk through a naked body scanner three times.

Love letters from some of history’s most notorious tyrants. Who knew Josef “I’m as lonely as a horned owl” Stalin could be such a softie?

New Mexico braces with all their might for the fire and brimstone unholiness that is gay marriage attemps on Valentine’s Day!

A father plays a pornographic film instead of The Smurfs at his child’s birthday party. Easy mistake.

Trips to Croatia’s incredibly awesome Museum of Broken Relationships nearly doubles on Valentine’s Day. Wonder how ticket sales compare to Iceland’s Phallological Museum?

Studies show a homeowner does better in the dating department than a renter.

In Santa Fe, the Senate approves a proposal to impose restrictions on undocumented immigrants getting driver’s licenses.

Again? Two Columbine High School students are injured in a campus hammer attack.

President Obama erases $226 million from the Mars exploration program and my dreams of martian discovery in one fell swoop.

Happy Valentine’s Day, from André 3000 and OutKast.

V.20 No.51 |

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The Daily Word in politics, human to animal contact and TALKING IN ALL CAPS

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Again with the debt ceiling.

Kim Jong-il's two-day funeral begins.

Yes, Congress really is as bad as you think.

Rick Santorum promises to pack up and go home if he comes in last in Iowa.

Democrat Ben Nelson is retiring from the Senate.

No New Mexico float in the Rose Parade this year.

Surprise! Newt Girgrich's divorce papers contradict his claims about the split.

Questions are being asked about Jerry Sandusky's wife.

Mayor Berry reviews the first half of his term.

China has its own GPS.

Vladimir Putin is too cool for vote rigging.

Two killed in a shootout at a Church's Chicken in Chicago.

Tweeting the phrase human to animal contact will attract the attention of the Department of Homeland Security.

Where old Christmas light go to die.

A $25 computer about to begin production.

The great exploding churro lawsuit has been settled.

Toys R Us sued over loose wagon wheel.

ANIMALS TALKING IN ALL CAPS is exactly as awesome as the name implies.

The 50 most entered BitTorrent phrases of 2011 are…

Adorable anti-gender marketing rant from a 4-year-old.

2011s best animal videos.

When will the Co-op get a man aisle?

SETI to search the moon for alien footprints.

The Grand Canyon Burger sounds awesome!

Save cash and avoid airport impulse buys.

The true weight of the internet is somewhere between a grain of salt and a strawberry.

The best and worst video games of 2011.

R.I.P. Cheetah the chimpanzee.

Former Saturday Night Live writer dead of apparent suicide.

Sweet old computer magazine covers from the 70s/80s.

Happy Birthday Leaping Lanny Poffo!!!

Thanks E!!!

V.20 No.50 | 12/15/2011

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The Daily Word in Gingrich, mistletoe shotgun, Rod Blagojevich

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Democrats hedging bets on Romney vs. Gingrich.

But Gingrich’s sister is voting for Obama, due to Gingrich’s stance on gay rights.

Gov. Susana Martinez tries once again to disallow illegal immigrants from getting New Mexico licenses.

Local couple took a wrong turn into a snowstorm on their way back from Arizona. Wife died trying to find shelter.

The heralded tradition of blasting mistletoe with a shotgun is revitalized in Decatur, Ill.

The ashes of at least 274 U.S. troops were dumped in a Virginia landfill.

MoMA visitor falls and rips Picasso.

Illinois ex-Gov. Blago apologizes, still gets 14 years on 18 corruption counts. He was a mixed up guy. C’mon, all he really wanted to do was trade a Senate seat for cash and impersonate Elvis.

Finalists for UNM presidency interviewed today.

Albert Pujols goes to the Angels on a 10-year contract, reportedly worth at least $25 million a year.

Putin blames Hillary for protests over Russian parliament results.

It’s panda countin’ time.

In other cute animal news, these pets are ready for the cold.

Michigan vs. Wisconsin: The mitten wars.

Four killed in Juarez ambulance attack.

The long-awaited release of Lindsay Lohan’s Playboy cover.

Florida cops say man threw a bag of McDonald’s at a cashier, then passed out in his driveway.

V.20 No.46 |

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The Daily Word in the tea party backing Mitt, more red light changes, and some celeb booing.

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Huckabee says the Tea party should rally around Mitt Romney if he is nominated as GOP candidate. Also, watch Romney “shake it up” on SNL.

New York man charged with plotting city pipe-bomb attacks.

Albuquerque traffic signals could get some changes via city councilors.

Woman arrested for trying to sell a purse back to the lady from whom she stole it ... who also happened to be her own next door neighbor.

Alford's Lobos get 76-71 win against Arizona State - a good feeling after the New Mexico State incident.

Did you miss the American Music Awards? Here are the "five biggest jaw droppers" of the night.

Michelle Obama and Jill Biden were booed at a NASCAR event.

Also, Vladimir Putin was booed at a martial arts fight.

Extreme sidewalk chalk.

Rumors floating around of an Amazon Kindle phone for 2012.

A pothole "saves a girl's life" after she swallows a heart-shaped locket.

The Oatmeal on recent Wikipedia donation pleas.

Who doesn't like adorable pictures of cats snuggling with stuffed animals? Or of ones that jump like kangaroos?