A sequel called Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian was written but never produced.
After today, I'm imposing a self-moratorium on blogs about monkeys and the internet, despite the many letters, text messages and e-cards I've received urging me to continue mining this admit
No, it's not a giant shell looming over the horizon.
I'm not sure whether I trust this Daily Mail article, given what happened with the last one we linked to, but...
A goldfish on show at a museum has undergone cosmetic surgery after visitors sai
With the start of the Jewish holidays coming up next week, I thought I'd use the Word Wrap to drop some Yiddish on you all.
The Raw Feed is reporting that the Japanese have outdone us again, this time by computerizing their mattresses! Apparently, Panasonic will be selling this thin slice of heaven for $2200 in October.
When checking out ThePresurfer this morning I saw this amazing link to an encyclopedia of strange vehicles.
I warned you: If you gave me good advice about where to go in Washington, I'd take it.
Seeing as how the whole "diplomatic talks about Borat" thing turned out to be false...
The reports were strongly denied by Roman Vassilenko, the Press Secretary at the Kazakhstan Embassy.
The gangsta molls of Pereira, Colombia, have apparently decided to stage a real-life version of Lysistrata, the play by Aristophanes in which the women of Sparta, Boeotia, and Corinth withhold sex in
If you owned a trendy boutique and found yourself in a PR drought, how would you get back in the spotlight? Create a new fall line? Buy a city? Nah. You sue for
We've said it before, and we'll say it again: there's a museum out there for everyone. Behold the Original Condiment Packet Museum (do you think there's a competing unoriginal
If you're like me, you hate waiting for your browser to load pages. Sometimes the problem originates with the site's server, other times it's your server, or your connection speed.
Michael Moore's got nothin' on these guys.
Ever wish you could watch a real-time animated display of the CO2 emissions around the globe, along with the birth and death rates of each country? Well now you can.
Yesterday I noticed that we had seven readers in a city I'd never heard of -- Torrimpietra, Italy.