Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.
The story making the rounds these days is that swine flu parties "“ flu flings "“ are all the rage here in Merry Olde.
Most of you are probably too young to remember the early-60s country hit "From a Jack to a King." (Heck,Â it's even before my time.) But in today's Brain Game, that's exactly
The ultimate backyard status symbol is a tree that has been to the moon. There are hundreds of moon trees, and most are unaccounted for.
When this storm sewer overflows, it seriously overflows!
I don't watch a lot of commercials, mostly because I DVR my favorite shows, but also because I usually flip channels or zone out whenever they come on.
The Tuesday Turnip is back! We gave it a BIG break to give the Internet time to catch up with us, which it has, which means all new interesting searches on Tuesdays!
Today's Quick 10 is from a book that never fails to inspire me when I need to brainstorm some lists - 5 People Who Died During Sex by Karl Shaw.
Los Angeles doesn't have a Statue of Liberty. It can't boast an Eiffel Tower. But we do have one monument unlike anything else in the world: the Watts Towers.
In some cities, driving a taxi is considered an important, valued, even elevated vocation. In London, for example, you need to study and train for about three years before you can get a license.
I find myself drawn to flowcharts whether I understand them or not. Here's
Enjoy today's Brain Game, and good luck!
What's the final number in this sequence?
3, 7, 10, 11, 12, ?
Here is the SOLUTION.
What Does it Take to Really Disappear?
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We combed through the nearly 100 entries and selected our favorites for you to cast your vote. So have it, and may the best horse
The scenery in these videos may look miniaturized, but it's not -- it's the real world, shot with tilt-shift lenses (or using a post-processing technique that simulates their effect), which
Here's a provocative little clip of physicist Richard Feynman talking about uncertainty. What an odd topic, right?
Anthony Martignetti was nine years old when his family emigrated from Italy to the United States in 1966.