Liechtenstein is the world’s leading exporter of false teeth.
International Banana Club Museum to be Sold
Ken Bannister, founder of the International Banana Club Museum, is selling out. The price of the museum has dropped from $45,00 to only $15,000!
Thanks for giving the Friday Brain Game a shot. This one may surprise you.
A Swiss man held his breath for more than 19 minutes, breaking the world record.
We're more than halfway through February, yet spring seems so far off for most of us covered under layers upon layers of snow.
The Academy Awards are coming up in a few weeks, which means another long awards ceremony to sit through"¦ if you're inclined to sit through those things, I mean (I am).
Nathan Myhrvold is a professional eccentric multimillionaire polymath (for the non-geeks among us: a rich geek who does a bit of everything).
Until recently, The Room was just another unsuccessful indie film flop -- a drama, independently financed for around $7 million by writer-director-producer-actor Tommy Wiseau and released in a few the
As long as the animal kingdom exists, we'll have a steady supply of digestive byproducts, whether you call it dung, manure, sewage, feces, or poop. We may as well use it for something!
We're closing in on the magic 50,000 followers milestone on Twitter. I wish we could rig up balloons and streamers to shower the person who puts us over the top.
Some admittedly "far out" entrepreneurs have opened the first ever gourmet medicinal marijuana restaurant in Denver.
When you're working online 10 hours a day as I do, you appreciate all the help you can get. Here are four great tools I've discovered over the last six months that make my job a lot easier.
Welcome to the Thursday Brain Game.
Award-winning journalist Ray Gosling admitted on television that he killed someone he loved who was dying of AIDS years ago.
Let's just get this over with. I saw a cute dog video (the first below), and decided that y'all needed some more cute dog videos in your lives.
You've probably heard of the neon graveyard in Las Vegas "“ it's where a lot of the historic signs in town go to bite the dust after the hotel they advertised has been torn down.