Nixon was speaking at Disney World when he famously declared, "I am not a crook."
I decided to use ten minutes of my extra hour to post a few facts about turning back the clocks.
+As Will informed us back in March, it's Daylight Saving time, not Daylight Savings.
It's been a pretty scary week around here. And not just because the blog has been haunted by jack-o'-lanterns, vampires, and Hitler (oh my!).
According to our esteemed editor Neely, the topic of our upcoming cover story is "really huge, intimidating, and rather scary-sounding" -- but no, it's not part of our Halloweek festivi
Apparently, helping the sick means not taking your med school cues from the movies.
Check out this amazing photo from the Daily Mail. According to the site, this woman is from the ethnic minority group known as the Chin, who reside in Myanmar.
LiveScience, having already announced that vampires are a mathematical impossibility, is now telling us that zombies are (in some sense) real:
Kings of the b-movie industry, zombies are individuals w
And finally, our top choice, partially because we have a deep and abiding affection for Weber State and partially because we absolutely adore the idea of anatomy-centric Christmas carols:
My best tea
There's a new book coming out that seems right up our alley and it's all about how some of the more famous one-liners are actually erroneous.
Some of you might recall the Weekend Word Wrap from some moons ago on malapropisms. A malapropism, of course, is an eponym first and foremost as it takes its name from a person.
It seems that humans are rarely more ingenious than when they're devising new ways to torture and kill one another, as detailed in yesterday's post on ancient methods of execution.
While enjoying a Bloomin' Onion at our neighborhood Outback Steakhouse, my wife and I were discussing the origin of the term "caesarean section." (Shockingly, we were dining alone.) W
Costas Efthimiou, a researcher at the University of Central Florida, has the very cool job of debunking pseudoscientific myths.
Continuing with my theme of art made from round carbon-based lifeforms, check out these amazing carved eggshells -- as someone who's barely capable of properly cracking an egg, I'm impressed
Here's our first runner up:
We were two weeks into our sixth grade class when our teacher died.
Our substitute teacher, Miss Hanson, had been a Spanish missionary to South America.
I know I just posted on how people have made weapons from LEGOS (with both a bit of awe and apprehension), but how unbelievably sad is it that this idea of bulletproof textbooks actually makes sense i