If you combine the electoral college results of the '80 and '84 elections, Reagan won 1014-62.
Most of you probably know that Charles Webb wrote a novel in 1963 called The Graduate, which was turned into the film by Mike Nichols in 1967.
Wait, what day is it again? From The New Yorker:
According to some of the calendars and appointment books floating around this office, Monday, February 19th, is Presidents' Day.
Sure, your mom and pop probably told you that you can be anything you want when you grow up... A lawyer? no problem! An astronaut? Certainly! The President of the United States of America?
You know the weekend's looming when people start emailing around their favorite bathroom signage. More after the jump, courtesy of the Flickr community and my friend
I'm starting to think that a community's bumper stickers, considered as a whole, can be uncannily revealing.
"¢ Between July 10, 1850, and March 3, 1857, the Office of Vice President was vacant for all but forty-five days.
"¢ The 12-year-old who taught Vice President Dan Quayle how to spell &quo
The sad truth is, we can't choose a brand of jeans unless a celebrity endorses them. Just can't do it.
(Warning, severely geeky content follows.) Programmer Steven Frank, creator of Spamusement and Basketball 2, has done it again.
Okay, all you word-puzzle-heads: here's a tough one.Â These twelve entriesÂ are givenÂ in a particular order.
One of the world's last surviving cargo cults is celebrating its 50h birthday on the Vanuatu island of Tanna, and aside from the notorious Heaven's Gate suicide confederacy, we think the Jo
I thought I'd end the week's ON MUSIC posts by combining one last one with my usual Friday feature.
Wear insanely cute spandex tubes...Especially good for keeping them "tight-hided" and dirt-free until show time.
Being born is hard enough, but if you're a lamb growing up on
In the past, we've discussed the best-selling albums and top rated TV shows. Today the topic is the most successful video games.
1. Super Mario Bros.
Thanks to Neatorama for the link, which we found so inspiringly frightening, we had to show our readers. The road shown here is the Guoliang Tunnel in Taihang mountains (China).