Quentin Tarantino played an Elvis impersonator on The Golden Girls.
Who knew there were so many historical elephants? I was aware of Dumbo (fiction, I know), and I was aware of Jumbo (P.T. Barnum's famous elephant), but they are just the tip of the iceberg.
The Japanese are reporting that Kim il Jong has been dead since 2003.
The ad world is all abuzz about the new Microsoft Windows commercial featuring Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates. It's a bit hokey, rather long, and, well, it just doesn't make any sense.
by Ian Lender
More than a century ago, Christian fundamentalists invented cereal to promote a healthy lifestyle free of sin.
What's a loop?
Faithful, loyal, devoted, steadfast—that's a good dog. It's part of what they are. Here are six who give a new meaning to the word loyalty.
What (specifically) do these eight letters have in common, and with that in mind, what's the only other letter of the alphabet that should appear in this list?
O, P, S, U, V, W, X, Z
Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia was designed to make prisoners penitent and to encourage their reform -a novel idea in those days.
"In July 2006, women accounted for just under 17% of parliamentarians worldwide.
"What is it that you do, exactly?"
You asked, we answered. We dug deep to find the dirt on a few of the most vaguely named and/or unknown professions in our American capitalist system.
It's common knowledge that the Presidents of the United States and their families have code names used by the Secret Service.
The latest McCain/Palin ad ends with the words "The Original Mavericks" on screen.
All this month I'll be looking at some of the more popular audio signal processing effects out there, which I'm sure you'll recognize from some of the most successful songs ever recorde
Yo yo, check ya headz an' sharpen ya pencil leadz 'cuz MC _floss is in da blog!
(Ahem.) So what makes a rap song nerdy, other than (as demonstrated above) the nerdiness of the rapper?