There are roughly 70 ingredients in the McRib.
Though today's Word Wrap is on obscure or obsolete words, I have to start by sending you over to a related site called WordCount.org, created by Jonathan Harris in conjunction with the FABRICA st
Quiz for Friday, October 13, 2006: Friday the Thirteenth
1. True or False: Every calendar year contains at least one Friday the 13th.
a. trueÂ Â b. false
I guarantee you that the post you're reading (the part I wrote, anyway) does not contain the letters B, Z, or Q. Not an awesome feat of writing, I admit.
Alright, folks, listen up.
Reuters is reporting that a death-row inmate, who's been held in solitary confinement in Vietnam for the last year, is pregnant?!
Have you guys seen this Rubik's cube-solving robot? RuBot II is pretty amazing.
I love it when reporters do our job here at the _floss.
"You could kind of hear a faint roar, and it would get real quiet," a 76-year-old Texas woman said as she described one of the many dust storms she witnessed as a youngster.
Yesterday, we explored the origins of spam (the email annoyance); today, let's focus on the potted meat.
First, let's get the ingredients out of the way.
It's Thursday folks, and you know what that means!
Here's yet another scientific idea that sounds crazy until you consider it seriously: after years of watching their family members get killed by poachers, elephants across Asia and Africa are suf
I recently cruised down the New Jersey Turnpike for a weekend in Philadelphia.
I know, you see the word Pamela and immediately think Tommy Lee and sex tapes. It's okay, we all go there from time to time.
I've been reading about spam a lot lately -- also, about SPAM, which is how Hormel capitalizes it -- because I'm writing about the origins of both for one of our upcoming books.