Taco Bell is named for its founder, Glen Bell.
"As the crow
I'm currently traveling in Japan, and since I've subjected youÂ to seven Armchair Field Trips in the last two weeks, I think instead I'll let you see for yourselves what I've been
I'm currently traveling in Japan, and since I've subjected youÂ dear people to seven Armchair Field Trips in the last two weeks, I think instead I'll let you see for yourselves what I
Today's second archival tidbit comes from volume 3, issue 4 (Sept/Oct 2004):
Who says males don't have PMS?
Today's first archival tidbit comes from Scatterbrained:
At 48 minutes, Andy Warhol's experimental film "Kiss" is easily the longest picture about kissing: It consists of one s
I have a bike and I love riding it.
Last month we posted about minimum purchase requirements for credit card users. Consumers were empowered, small business owners enraged.
New Scientist magazine is reporting that a Madagascar moth has been discovered drinking the tears of sleeping birds.
Worth1000 has a pretty great photoshopping contest today involving what Santa does in his time off. Bullfighting, playing with guns, and performing ballet are just a few of the images captured.
Call them "body modification artists." Building on yesterday's theme, which all started with us thinking too much about the body-modified Mayans depicted in Apocalypto, we wanted to ge
Senator Tim Johnson (D) is still on the mend after his brain surgery last week.
Tis the holiday season, and the Hunter is swimming in nostalgia. He remembers the fresh snow falling on a Los Angeles Christmas morn.
Today's archival tidbit comes from volume 5, issue 3 (May/June 2006):
A "haboob" is a moist, hot wind in the Sahara Desert that often accompanies thunderstorms.
YOU WILL NEED
Step 1: Recognize the Awesomeness That is the Llama
Push those vile stereotypes out of your mind. Llamas are more than just South America's walking sweater.
Today's first archival tidbit comes from What's the Difference?
After the commonwealth of Virginia seceded from the Union in 1861, several northwestern Virginia counties went ahead and se