PETA once asked the Pet Shop Boys to consider changing their name to Rescue Shelter Boys.
I'm not sure about you, but leeches have always occupied a major role in my subconscious.
We all know that hybrid cars are more fuel-efficient than regular cars, right?
My dry cleaner seemed uncharacteristically cheerful Wednesday morning. She engaged me in small talk. The weather, the weekend, the usual stuff.
What will happen when the Earth's magnetic field reverses itself? We may find out in just a few short thousands (or tens of thousands) of
I saw these great photos of Stephen Huneck's Dog Chapel at TheCellar's IOTD, and I had to share. The chapel is located in Vermont, and everyone and their dog's been invited.
Not literally, I guess. But being short on budget and long on creativity, these videos prove that necessity is the mother of awesomeness.
Neatorama and Boingboing have both blogged about this lovely new charity endeavor called Robots and Monsters, so naturally, I felt obligated as well!
OhGizmo is reporting that Proctor and Gamble's Pur Water Filtration system (which attaches to the faucet to deliver "Pur"-er water), now comes with flavor cartridges—meaning
I thought I'd use the Wrap to drop in the latest soundbite quiz, as it's all about famous words from the mouths of folks you should recognize. You think you know your famous quotations?
Hmm. Something to consider for the freaky, betrothed, and anemic: a wedding cake made out of ground beef. For reals.
I work at a technology company, and we frequently use the term 'rathole' to describe a topic (generally one brought up in a meeting) that's a tangent.
Thomas Edison: Sure, he had over 1000 patents to his name, and rarely slept. But according to his insurance inspection with Mutual Life, the bad boy inventor also sported a strange tattoo.
Yesterday I learned there was a Robot Hall of Fame. What other halls of fame don't I know about? This is a question Wikipedia was designed to answer.
The Sun is reporting that a fully-reclined daredevil named Marek Turowsk has broken the Fastest Furniture Land Speed Record by kicking his couch into high gear.
So you think you know your Einsteinium from your Titanium? See if you can match the periodic element to its corresponding wacky fact, and prove you're an elemental know-it-all -- period!