Man Arrested For Battery After Throwing Banana Peel At Dave Chappelle

Santa Fe police arrested a man after he tossed a banana peel at Dave Chappelle during a comedy show, striking in the comedian in the leg.

Christian Englander, 30, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, was taken into custody on suspicion of misdemeanor disorderly conduct and battery after tossing the peel at Chappell Monday night at the Lensic Performing Arts Center.


Dobyns says Englander acknowledged throwing a peel from a banana he had eaten earlier because he took offense to jokes Chappelle made about his companion. Continue reading

Florida State U Shooter Feared Government Targeting Sent Packages

The shooter who opened fire at the Florida State University library, feared he was being watched and targeted by the government and was trying to get that message out by sending several packages before he died.

The first of several packages arrived in Texas and is in the hands of the FBI.

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Authorities thought the packages could contain videos and journals from Myron May, who was killed by police officers outside the library Thursday, according to a law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity because that person wasn’t authorized to release information about the case. Continue reading

New Mexico PD Captures GHOST On Security Cam

New Mexico police officers are saying a ghost is haunting their station, and they have the video to prove it.

Officer Karl Romero was viewing surveillance cameras in and around the station when he saw something walking around a secured area.


Romero reported the strange sighting to his supervisors, but when they inspected they area they didn’t find anything. Continue reading

NM Woman Being Tested For EBOLA

New Mexico health officials in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are testing a 30-year-old woman for the Ebola virus.

Unconfirmed reports say the virus easily could have traveled through Mexico to the US through infected travelers. The woman being tested returned from the area earlier this month.

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“The Department of Health is working closely with UNM Hospital and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on this investigation,” Department of Health Cabinet Secretary Retta Ward, said in a news release. “UNM Hospital has isolated the patient, and is following the appropriate protocols to ensure other patients and health care workers are safe.”

PAY DIRT! Mass Copies of World’s Worst’ Atari Game E.T. Unearthed In New Mexico

Hundreds of copies of what is often regarded as the worst video game in history have been unearthed from a landfill site in the New Mexico desert in the United States.

Documentary filmmakers discovered the E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial cartridges in Alamogordo, about 320 kilometres south-east of Albuquerque.


The failure of the ET game, based on Steven Spielberg’s film, was a major factor in the collapse of the game’s producer, Atari.

Some gamers speculated that thousands or even millions of the unwanted cartridges were buried in the area.

Who dumped the videos, how many they buried and why they did it inspired the dig and a documentary of the event by Microsoft Corp’s Xbox Entertainment Studios.

“For a lot of people, it’s something that they’ve wondered about and it’s been rumoured and talked about for 30 years, and they just want an answer,” the film’s director, Zak Penn, said.

When the game was first released in 1982 it retailed for about $US30. It now often sells on eBay for less than $US5. Continue reading

March Sadness! No One Picks Perfect Billion Dollar Bracket

There are no longer any perfect brackets remaining in the Billion Dollar Bracket Challenge! Better luck next time!Warren Buffetts Woodstock

Though the contest captured the imagination of many seeking fabulous riches, not one single billion-dollar entry was able to escape the round of 64 without picking at least one game incorrectly. Memphis’ 71-66 win over George Washington eliminated the final three brackets that were eligible to win $1 billion. Continue reading

Nation’s Only Plutonium Disposal Site LEAKING RADIATION

Underground sensors have detected excessive radiation levels inside a nuclear waste storage site located below New Mexico‘s desert.1368_914_490_john_laforge_719-1

An air-monitoring alarm went off at 11:30 p.m. local time Friday indicating unsafe concentrations of radiation inside the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in what DOE officials said appeared to be the first such mishap since the facility opened in 1999.

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