Lyme disease is named for Lyme, CT, where several cases were identified in 1975.
Just like the rest of us, Tony Stark was once a child. Unlike the rest of us, he was also Iron Baby.
All The Dirt That's Fit To Print.
Relax. It's almost Friday. Take a deep breath. You've made it another week.
It's the moment you've all been waiting for! Be the first to answer the Level 3 bonus-round question correctly and take your pick of anything you want from the neatoshop (valued under $25).
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I think most of us have laughed so hard we can't breathe at some point in our lives, but these people took the mirth a step further: they actually stopped breathing.
Perhaps, it's from having watched so much Transformers growing up, but I love things that double as other things.
What has three bonus stages and a terrible promo video? Street Fighter II Turbo for SNES, dudes!! Apparently in the early 90's, Capcom sent out a viral videotape to players.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
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Sunday, the annual Indianapolis 500 race will be held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Since Internet use became widespread, the media has produced countless articles saying too many people use the Internet for too much time.
We'd like to thank every one of our first 60,000 followers on Twitter for helping us reach the all-important 60,000 followers milestone.
My buddy Patrick enjoyed catching an occasional ballgame, but he was very particular about the teams he supported.
Of all the professional sports teams out there,
Patrick was a fan of only three o
How big a memehead are you? Have you seen all the Keyboard Cat videos? Autotune the News? Have you seen every LOLcat?
The Top Ten New Species of the Year includes a worm that can throw its gills away, a carnivorous sponge, and a mushroom that has already been a topic on a game show. Then there are some weird ones.
I'm a Stanley Kubrick fan, but the only film of his that I saw in the theater was Eyes Wide Shut. Which led me to wonder -- what were the trailers for his movies like?