One of Prince Charles's Secret Service code names was "Unicorn."
TV Land recently released its list of the 100 greatest catchphrases in TV history. A few observations:
6 areÂ from Saturday Night Live
"Hey Hey Hey!" is on the list twice.
Wow. I thought Volvos from the '80s were safe vehicles, but check out the unbelievably minor damage this school bus took when a Hummer careened into it.
In an effort to reduce the amount of paper offices go through every day, the folks at Xerox have come up with a novel printing technique that seems fascinating.
Take that, Google Earth! See ya, Microsoft Virtual Earth!
Ever wanted to turn a famous work of art into a print ad? Well, you just missed your chance.
The Babystuff blog is apparently dedicated to bringing you all things baby.
Perhaps, in retrospect, an 11-pound turkey was a bit excessive for two people.
Whenever I see a truly bizarre crime story, I immediately think "Pasco County, Florida." This is partly because I once worked as a crime reporter in Pasco -- where I reported on, among other
Divers in Lake Michigan recently discovered something that could cast a pall over anyone's holiday season: a 94-year-old shipwreck, complete with the personal effects of the 17 men who went down
Premiere recently published its list of the 20 Most Overrated Movies of All Time and the list is sure to tick some folks off.
My mother-in-law saw this in a magazine she was given on the Tokyo subway and sent it over. If she's trying to arouse a maternal instinct in me, it's
The night before any holiday where greeting cards are involved, I wind up at the stationery store. My goal is always to spend $1.99 (plus tax).
We've added yet another t-shirt to our quirky collection. And you can buy the new Alfred Nobel (He's DY-NO-MITE!) shirt or any other mental_floss shirtÂ at 10% off.
I was visiting my folks in Philadelphia over Thanksgiving and noticed something odd: it seemed to me there were many more men walking the street than women.
You can keep telling yourself there are other fish in the sea (or lake, or whatever); but they're probably not as big as this one.