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The news makes it seem as if almost everything is terrible, but actually almost everything is dirt, rock, wind, sky, plants, quiet, animals.
What's in an atom? Empty space, mostly. So when men robbed a body jewelry store, in Tucumcari, they were barely there. Barely anything was.
After 13.8 billion years, some of the Universe's atoms assembled into a town, Portales, and then into a guy, who threw a beer from his car.
Young students who read 12 books this summer may be eligible to be placed in a wicker basket with the Governor & then launched into the sky.
No one really knows what it's like to be anyone else. And so, we are all ultimately alone. And so, literally everyone is a mystery.
Again, today, the Sun burned without motive or judgment, hurling its light equally to murder, a theft of a paintball gun, the empty desert.
A man died. A being became non-being. An event with all the complications of reality became a four-word headline and a picture of a truck.
He was found crushed between two railcars, by a mine near Questa, newly dead. None of us plan to die, though it's all we can really plan on.
Plastic grocery bags, wafting over a freeway in Albuquerque, like jellyfish over the Gulf Stream. Beneath them, as smooth as dolphins, cars.
A Carlsbad man ordered a pizza. A while later, SOMEONE approached his door, and the man felt threatened and fired his gun at whoever it was.
#BreakingBad gives folks the mistaken impression that Albuquerque is completely overrun by meth. But really heroin is just as big a problem.
Hundreds of people are flying around above Albuquerque, beneath big balloons, just kind of drifting around wherever. Sometimes they wave.
Every night, people in New Mexico change clothes, retire to darkened rooms, and lapse into paralysis and a shifting, altered consciousness.
After the woman burned down her home in Carlsbad, she asked police if whoever was living in the attic was finally dead. They found no one.
"Every day it doesn't rain, we're one day closer to the next storm," said a Deming-area water expert, revealing optimism to be meaningless.
Mike Huckabee called today "Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day"—so Albuquerque locals who don't think gays deserve equal rights are eating there.
For about the four-billionth year in a row, Earth's rocks remained indifferent to all that is happening above them. Here, and everywhere.
A galaxy absorbs the Milky Way. Microbes eat us from within. A truck takes the life of a Placitas bicyclist like it's only more of the same.
Three young men were stabbed in Clovis, one fatally. And, the world continues on around its axis. And, wind keeps blowing across the desert.
Inspired by Félix Fénéon's NOVELS IN THREE LINES, this feed presents news from New Mexico, briefly. Written by author Mike Smith. Replies from @MikeSmithofABQ.