M&M’s stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
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Well this just about made my month.
Anyone afraid of heights would most certainly not be interested in exploring any of the 12 viewing platforms featured on this WebEcoist post.
For today's weird video enjoyment, I bring you this bizarre promotional video for ABB Robotics and Honeytop Pancakes, in which it is revealed that ABB's robots can sort and stack pancakes at
The following four-letter word pairs are clues to the terms that follow, all of which fit the "_ O _ O _ O _ _" pattern.
Andy Woodruff noticed that Ohio has 88 counties, so he went to work on a map application that assigns a piano note to each county. The map is a musical instrument you can play!
Here's the story of how a show started as a typical formulaic sitcom, but grew into a syndicated monster.
We're kicking off the new season of "Feel Art Again" with some talented female artists, since our archive is a little lacking on the female front.
If you had a rough day and need a smile, tonight's Late Movies are for you.
I told Jason English the other day that my husband may be sending him flowers (or a six-pack; I guess that's probably more likely).
As the "Breakfast of Champions," Wheaties won't put just anyone on their iconic orange boxes.
In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages "turn-up." As always with thi
I know I'm not alone when I say that I have always wanted to have a secret passageway in my house.
Trying to improve upon classic comic and cartoon characters is like messing with Mother Nature. Still, there's nothing wrong with re-imagining a character from a different point of view.
Here is today's Brain Game; please say hello to Spinner.
Spinner has four appointments scheduled for different times and days next week; one Monday, one Tuesday, one Friday, and one Saturday.