Brain Game: Wouldn't It Be Dice?

Today's Brain Game involves good, old-fashioned six-sided dice. If you roll a single die, you have the same chance of rolling a 1 as you do rolling a 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6.

Musical Cats

Miss Cellania

Cats and music go together like Romeo and Juliet, rest and relaxation, or green eggs and ham. No one really knows why, but there they

Morning Cup of Links: Tattooed Librarians

Miss Cellania

The true story behind the Little House books.

The Late Movies: 15 MORE Musicians and Their Awesome Sesame Street Appearances

Chris Higgins

Last week's Musicians and Their Awesome Sesame Street Appearances was a big hit, so I thought I'd follow up with a whole bunch more Sesame Street musical performances.

31 Unbelievable High School Mascots

Jason English

Last week, we declared that the Laurel Hill Hoboes had the best high school nickname/mascot/logo combination.

The 5pm Quiz: Monty Python

Special Guest Star

The British are known for their stiff upper lips "“ but also for their sense of the absurd.

Ultimate Time-Waster: Super Mario Bros Online Games

Chris Higgins

Need a way to waste your afternoon instead of working? Why not play Infinite Mario Bros, an online Java-based Mario game made by a fan.

The Quick 10: 10 Bad Running Tips Once Thought to Be Good

Stacy Conradt

I'm a runner, sort of. I never was before a couple of years ago - I was always an elliptical in an air-conditioned gym kind of a girl.

A Warm Round of Applause for Our Newest Contributor

Bud Shaw

Editor's Note: The mental_floss staff emails around a lot of articles.

The Onion on

Jason English

The Onion published this fantastic story back in May, but I'm re-posting it today in honor of the 3,245th spam email I've received from this year ("Who left 1 signature i

Whatever Happened to U-2 Spy Gary Powers?

Eric Johnson

If you weren't alive when Francis Gary Powers got shot down over the Soviet Union, you probably heard about it in high school history.

Bonus Quiz: Baseball Card Brands

Scott Allen

If you've ever collected baseball cards, the names Donruss, Fleer, Topps, and Upper Deck elicit memories of different card designs, which have varied through the years from simplistic to futurist

Distance + Age = Appreciation

David K. Israel

Though I was born in Philadelphia, I actually grew up in New Jersey. That's hard to admit, but I feel better now that I've cleared the air.

Brain Game: Ring My Bell

Well, it's hump day, and I'm a sure 'nuff Quasimodo.

Found Photos: Super Creepy Victorian-era Twins

Ransom Riggs

I was digging through disorganized piles of old photos in a Portland antique store last week when I happened upon a goldmine of weirdness: amidst fading snapshots of family vacations and weddings were