There are roughly 70 ingredients in the McRib.
Pearl Hart (1871-1956*), aka The Lady Bandit of Arizona, acquired her legend as the last bandit to rob a stagecoach (though she wasn't--Ben Kuhl was), the only woman ever caught robbing one (also
Did you know we're approaching the end of Buy a Friend a Book Week? Well, now you do, and I sure hope that kernel of knowledge somehow guilts you into buying a friend a book!
"¢ The deadliest epidemic in history, the Spanish flu killed at least 50 million people — and maybe twice that many — surpassing even the plague.
...OK, you probably don't. We've only done this two times before. Let me explain.
This is our whiteboard. It really ties the cube together.
I'm a peculiar sort of wanderlust. I have only a marginal interest in going to see places that make it to "seven wonders" status, like the Pyramids or the Coliseum.
Neatorama has a wonderful link to this DarkRoastedBlend article on how to recycle your old computer parts (I'm particularly fond of the CD-ROM salami slicer).
Who knew there was so much left to discover about plain old H2O?
Last night, for her birthday, I took my Mom to see David Sedaris at the Mayo Center for Performing Arts in Morristown, NJ.
If you haven't entered our first-ever cartoon caption contest, there's still time. Go check out the cartoon and be sure to get your gag in before the end of the weekend.
Flexible 1mm Thin Prototype Plasma Screen. Not only cool, but may be affordable... in five to ten years.
The Curious Case of Phineas Gage.
Hamburglar, one of Ronald McDonald's original McDonaldland posse, was first voiced by Howard Morris, and thereafter played in commercials alternately by Frankie Delfino and Gaetano Vicini, aka To
Although the first day of fall was on September 23 this year, I didn't notice it was fall until last night. Why?
BUGS BITE: YELLOW FEVER
"¢ Yellow fever is not as well known as many epidemics, but it struck Philadelphia with incredible ferocity in 1793.
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For the final project in my 11th grade AP English class, everyone was assigned a famous author.
Perhaps the most famous smile in the world is that of the Mona Lisa.