The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Town Erects Statue to Commemorate Beatles' Layover On September 18, 1964, The Beatles changed planes at a tiny airport in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.

Brain Game: Bacon & Rum

It's Free-for-all Friday once again, here at the Brain Game.

Morning Cup of Links: Bubble Wrap Fall

Miss Cellania

There will never be another Freddie Mercury, but Marc Martel is about as close as anyone will get.

The Late Movies: Guess The Theme XXII

Mark Arminio

Friday is on the horizon and to take you into the sweet and tender recesses of the weekend, we have everyone's favorite game: GUESS THE THEME! All the songs below have something in common.

Fuzzy Math: How Do “Dog Years” Work?

Matt Soniak

My next-door neighbors have a little terrier named Melvin (not pictured). My old neighbor had a very big Bernese mountain dog (also not pictured).

18 Metaphors & Analogies Found in Actual Student Papers (Or Not—But They're Still Hilarious)

David K. Israel

Okay, so we can't be 100% positive that these are from "actual" student papers. [Update: They are not.] Let us know which is the best (worst?) in the comments

Garry Shandling's 1986 Pizza Hut Commercial

Chris Higgins

In 1986, at the height of his career (as It's Garry Shandling's Show was starting), comedian Garry Shandling did a Pizza Hut ad.

9 Presidential Candidates Who Weren't Great Students

Ethan Trex

© Ted Soqui/Corbis The Huffington Post recently released a copy of Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry’s college transcript from Texas A&M. The academic picture wasn’t pretty.

10 Heroic Battlefield Medics

Miss Cellania

When we study war in history class, we learn about kings, presidents, and generals.

Brain Game: Product Placement

It's Think Thursday here at the Brain Game.

Morning Cup of Links: Pumpkin Shortage

Miss Cellania

Teachers often tell the story of how assassin Gavrilo Princip would not have been in shooting range of Franz Ferdinand that fateful day in 1914 if he hadn't stopped to buy a sandwich about the ti

The Late Movies: Doodling in Math Class

Chris Higgins

So let's say you're Vi Hart and you're doodling in math class, and you decide to dig into the math behind your doodles.

GeekJack on the Crayola Studio

David K. Israel

Like most kids, my son Jack loves drawing with Crayons. He also has an especial affinity for all things iPad/iPhone. So when we got wind of Crayola’s iPad app, we knew we’d have to give it a whirl.

Dietribes: Ice Ice Baby

Allison Keene

• "But ice is not a food!" you say? The U.S. and Canadian food codes beg to differ!

History's Worst Predictions

Jason English

Our friends at The Week recently added a pretty addictive feature to their site. The Bad Opinion Generator features some of history's worst predictions.