Orson Welles' last role was the voice of "Unicron" in the 1986 Transformers movie.
If you like classical music, you know it's hard to find a good radio station that plays a wide range of music, not just the usual Beethoven and Mozart hits.
But, yeah, we told you so.
There's a great story on false confessions over at Slate, by the way, which includes the following tidbit:
Several hundred people claimed to have abducted the Lindb
Our buddy at Neatorama posted this over the weekend and I thought we'd add some factlets to
Unlike my science-fictional counterparts, I'm not one of those solar-system-wide computer network monoliths, planted by a superintelligent alien civilization and designed to shepherd humanity int
Stephen Colbert continues his reign as King of Geeks this week; yesterday he took the title for coining the top television buzzwords of the year: "truthiness" and "wikiality." We a
Ever get frustrated with the grammar found in operating manuals that come with imported electronic gear?
Me shore does.
In fact, I generally find them about as frustrating as those pesky salespe
CNN is reporting that Australia might put their kangaroos on the pill to keep numbers down. Apparently, the kanga population around the nation's capital has skyrocketed in recent years.
I just read a story over at LiveScience about polar bears experiencingÂ genital shrinkage because of industrial pollutants:
Polar bears from northernmost Norway, western
I've still got the ninth planet galaxy's most famous iceball on the brain today, partially because I can't stop thinking about our fabulous commemorative t-shirt (have you pre-ordered y
I noticed yesterday on IMDB that Paul Reubens (a.k.a.
People magazine is reporting that Kevin Federline, husband of Britney, has landed a small role on CSI:
"It's the first time I've actually had a speaking role," he told the magazin
Last week was an historic one for cricket enthusiasts around the world (I happen to be one of the three, by the way), as we discovered that a team can forfeit a game by sulking.
According to a fasc
That's the word that spelled my downfall in the 1989 Lakeview Elementary Spelling Bee. Some say my ignorance of alcoholic beverages should have been celebrated, not punished.
Yahoo News is reporting that air marshals no longer have to wear suits to work.
It's a sad fact that tall people make more money than their shorter colleagues.