Every film John Cazale appeared in was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture.
Not sure if you all heard the news yesterday that the F.D.A. is forcing sleeping pill manufacturers of Ambien, Lunesta, Sonata, etc.
Last week, a chandelier made of Gummi Bears made the rounds on the "˜net. I was inspired to look up the history of the Gummi Bear. Did you know Gummi Bears were first produced in 1922?!
Always leads so ineluctably to the junk drawer.
It all started in one of the most proper -- and some might say repressed -- cities in Europe: London.
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Have you seen this? Created by recent Duke grad John Cornwell, the Beer Launcher became something of an internet phenomenon last week.
I once got a call at 2:15am. A friend needed a ride home from Charlotte, over two hours away.
It officially feels like spring in New York, and naturally my mind has filled itself with the standard vernal fare: watching boiling water turn instantly to snow, contemplating the delicious gayness o
It's true: everything seems weirder in slow-motion.
So it's March 14 again, and that means it's time to celebrate everyone's favorite irrational real number, Pi.
Lately I've had skinny houses on the brain. My wife's an architect and we're in the process of getting bids for a renovation of a house we're in the process of buying.
It's time for all you geniuses to tackle this week's mental_floss
Do we have any native Newfoundlanders in the audience? Anyone want to impress us with an explanation?
My father-in-law passed along this clip, which reminded me of the game Don't Break the
Nothing to look forward to now that we've sprung ahead? I'm thinking about perhaps getting some new plates.
Forget about a ghost town -- this is a ghost country.
Step 1: Use a Cereal Company as Your Realtor
Back in the Golden Days of Radio, the Quaker Oats Company sponsored a program called "The Challenge of the Yukon." Essentially the sort of stor