On the 2011 Czech Republic census, over 15,000 people listed their religion as "Jedi."
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In 1932, Jerome Howard (soon to be universally known as "Curly") joined the Three Stooges comedy team.
In his early years, Jim Henson wrote a screenplay called Tale of Sand that was never produced.
If you're in the US you speak English and you visit Wikipedia today, you'll see a glimpse of the page you were trying to access, then you'll see the blackout message above.
Tumbled across an interesting blog that is nothing more than a collection of album covers with the dead band members photoshopped out. Lots more over on the blog, but below are my favorites.
This is a TED classic: Temple Grandin explaining what it's like to be autistic, shortly after the release of a movie based on her book Thinking in Pictures.
Music isn't a typical Wednesday Wordplay subject, but we like to keep you on your toes here at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
Will Wikipedia's one-day blackout sink SOPA?
Readers Nick and Riela have both written to ask how and when English colonists in America lost their British accents and how American accents came about.
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What's the best setting for drama, awkwardness, and first-person online video games? Yes, an elevator.
Unrelated image of Mitt Romney holding Dino Flintstone via Rick Friedman/Corbis
During the GOP debate last night in South Carolina, Mitt Romney was asked yet again if he intended to make his tax re
If seeing a Bootmobile in person is on your bucket list and you can get to Times Square by tomorrow afternoon, you're in luck. To celebrate L.L.
A wedding is a celebration of the joining of two people who share love, life, and common interests.
Today, a lecture that's funny and a bit geeky around the edges. In this talk, adman Rory Sutherland tells a series of funny anecdotes about history, advertising, and the perception of value.