ABBA had to negotiate the rights to their name with a canned fish company.
In a fancy restaurant, anyone paying $50 for a piece of fish might reasonably expect that their entree be plated in an artistic way.
According to the AP, the military now wields a giant ray gun that "shoots a beam that makes people feel as if they are about to catch fire." The key words there are "feel as if", s
To be exact, it's a new species of dinosaur, recently discovered in China, called the microraptor gui.
"One of their psychological warfare schemes was to drop gigantic condoms apparently made for Americans, labeled 'medium,' into Russia."
I need to do more research and get back t
Our own Greg Veiss: You Tube Hunter, pointed me to this great piece on Obama and his smoking on Slate.
A fisherman recently spotted a live frilled shark off the coast of Japan.
Film director Michel Gondry sports a well-earned reputation for being a cinematic trickster, as well as a lover of puzzles and games.
It's been a very long time since I dropped some objects in the blog. You guys seemed to enjoy them, so I thought it high time for a revival.
Do not, repeat, do NOT click on this link if you actually have something even slightly, vaguely important to do today, or if you are at all worried about maintaining your sanity.
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I saw this along the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu and had to pull out my camera.
Along with playing chess and watching my friends have sex, I derive endless enjoyment from Dumb Criminal videos.
Because the Government's Making You
Naming your baby Brooklynn, America, or Lindsee might be acceptable (if mockable) in the good ol' US of A, but don't try a stunt like that in Denmar
chances are you're going to love "˜em in Japanese! Or maybe not.
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
Today I typed in "Einstein quotes&qu
Scientists discover the darndest things -- especially by accident.