In Japan, letting a sumo wrestler make your baby cry is considered good luck.
Yesterday, we ran through the top 10 stories posted in November. But 11-15 on that list were definitely worth a mention. These stories happened to fall into two distinct categories: food &
It takes a certain kind of chutzpah to crash high profile events.
The natural world is full of amazing colors and beauty, particularly within bodies of water.
Every Friday, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want. Very casual.
Doris Duke's father died when she was 12 years old.
Jesus Christ Dismissed from Jury Duty
A woman named Jesus Christ was called for jury duty in Birmingham, Alabama this week, but was dismissed for disruptive behavior.
We got our first snow of the year last night; rather late for the season here in Michigan. To celebrate, here's a weather-related Brain Game.
Every year or so I manage to give myself food poisoning, and as any of you who've ever had it can attest, it's pretty much the worst thing ever.
The average American wastes 1,400 kilocalories a day, which means the US wastes about 40% of its food supply.
Before we slip too far into December, let's recap what happened last month. In case you missed a day or two here or there, these are the top 10 stories originally posted in November:
Remember LPs? Well, I sure do -- over the past week I've been working on digitizing some LPs that haven't been (and perhaps never will be) released on CD.
One of the heirs to the Johnson & Johnson fortune was arrested this week. Not for a DUI or drug charges, as the arrests of other heiresses might cause you to suspect, but for theft.
Gargoyles bring out a variety of emotions from their spectators.
Every former U.S. president has been honored with a statue in the United States, some more than others.
Humans can solve them, computers cannot, or so we've been led to believe.