When asked if Abe had any hobbies, Mary Todd Lincoln said, “Cats.”
Ok so, all this talk of baby name consultants makes me wonder about the boat-naming industry.
I confess: I used to play video games. Lots of video games. But I was young, and there was some peer pressure, and let's face it, I didn't have that much to do when I was 14.
Some months ago, I had the honor of interviewing Monty Hall for a story I was writing.
Believe it or not, we're begging you to spoil the book for us. Heck, we'll even give you a prize for it!
"Keytar" is just about my favorite portmanteau (shout-out to "cybernetics" and "ginormous"--which i must also welcome to the dictionary).
When my parents are in town (Portland, Oregon), I finally get around to seeing local areas of interest.
I used to have two cats, until one disappeared. Ever since this happened, my other cat has been wandering aimlessly around the house, pretty much useless.
Who says the real estate market is cooling off?
If you're looking to put a little Jesus in your paintball routine, make sure to visit Wisconsin's Promised Land, the nation's largest Christian paintball park.
The $19 million toilet
Okay, we never really expect the government to be too fiscally responsible, but it's still hard to fathom this.
Confession time: My wife and I are totally and hopelessly enamored of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement of the new HBO series, Flight of the Conchords.
If you haven't seen the show, it's
If you haven't heard--or didn't read when we first reported--"about 50" cats live in Ernest Hemingway's former Key West home.
Have you ever wondered about the origin of an unusual word or phrase?