Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.
From the Department of What If?
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Twenty-five years ago this weekend, a team of NHL All-Stars faced off against the Soviet National Team in a pair of exhibition games in Quebec City.
Many noble Americans have founded universities, but Alfred W. Lawson's school was devoted entirely to the study of his own questionable teachings.
There have been many actors who have portrayed the Doctor in various settings, but eleven have been the official Doctors. We'll look at all of them here.
Remember the excitement and joy you felt as a child when your annual birthday celebration finally rolled around?
Here are 11 spinoff ideas that barely made it past the drawing board.
A lifehack is a secret way to make your life easier, or better, without great expense.
1. Traumatic Birth
Born on December 12, 1915, in a Hoboken, New Jersey, apartment, Francis Albert Sinatra was blue and not breathing when he was yanked out of his mother with forceps.
On Fridays, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want.
With a career catalog jam-packed with classics like Vertigo, Psycho, North by Northwest, The 39 Steps and dozens of others, Alfred Hitchcock is one of the most celebrated and revered film directors of
We're thankful they took the time to write.
If you've got a nagging 'Q' and no 'U' to go with it, perhaps one of these words will help.
Police and Zookeepers Chase Papier Mâché Rhino
The Ueno Zoo in Tokyo, Japan, holds annual escaped animal drills for zookeepers and emergency responders.
Here's today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Free-for-All Friday challenge.
From rockin’ ghouls to rollin’ truckers, here are 11 unforgettable novelty songs.
1. “Poisoning Pigeons In The Park” (1959)
Written and Performed by Tom Lehrer