12+1 = 11+2, and "twelve plus one" is an anagram of "eleven plus two."
If you haven't heard of Lonelygirl15 yet, crawl out from underneath that virtual rock.
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It turns out that dirty deeds really are -- people who feel like they've done something unethical feel the need to bathe more often, according to new research in Science:
Liljenquist and her col
According to ThisisLondon, a new smart plane is under development to serve as a last barrier of defense against terrorists and hijackers.
New Scientist's Invention Blog is reporting that the new Blackberry is going to get a whole lot smarter thanks to some new technology.
I found this on Neatorama, and thought it was hilarious. Someone's apparently decided to reorganize their keyboard like the elements on the periodic table, and I'm all for it!
What do Star Trek, the Monkees, pediatrics, being upside down, and D-Day have in common?
Among other things, they're all in this clip from CNN featuring our fearless leader,
The six-day-old Japanese heir to the throne -- who, we're sad to say, we can't show here because he's being hidden away from photographers, Suri-Cruise style -- is no longer nameless.
In keeping with our Turnip theme of turning back the clock today, Billboard has nice feature on their site called the "Chart Rewind." And while it doesn't go back 100 years, it does go
Like dogs and the novels of Sue Grafton, Japanese game shows are a hit in America.
The king of Tonga, whose name is in the headline of this post (you don't think I'm actually typing that again, do you?) recently passed on.
Last Saturday, I thought I found an error on my cell phone bill.
That's right, after 5 years of hard labor at the Floss Factory, the mental_floss cover team is ready for a breather.
Forgive me if today I blog about something a little more serious, and somewhat less _Flossy, than usual.
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip Google search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
Today I typed in "100 years a