Thomas Jefferson wrote parts of the Declaration of Independence in a Philadelphia tavern.
On Fridays, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Today we're doing something slightly different.
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Farmer Bites Cobra
Mohammed Salmodin was working in his rice paddy in his village in Nepal when a snake bit him.
When the Curiosity rover landed on Mars, we were all excited. Victory!
Plenty of board games have debuted special editions, integrated electronics (who wants to roll dice anymore, anyways?), and upgraded to fancy carved pieces.
Say hello to Barbara, whose likes and dislikes will help you solve today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Free-for-all Friday challenge.
A Reality TV Editor Reveals The Most And Least Fake Shows. Which only puts details into what you already knew just from watching them.
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I often wake in a cold sweat, swiping at my arms and inside my ears frantically trying to scatter the insects crawling on my skin.
It's Thursday, it's late, and it's time once again for the game that's sweeping the nation: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below have something in common.
The college football season kicks off next week. Prepare yourself by taking a look at how each team in the Associated Press Preseason Top 25 got its nickname.
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In June, ICANN announced that over 1,400 new generic top-level domain names (in other words, .wedding, .sex, and .lawyer) were under consideration to join the familiar .com and its kin.
After a few beers at the bar, even the most ridiculous ideas start to seem like The One That Will Make Millions. Sometimes, though, those ideas actually pan out.
Most of us are aware that you can trademark a slogan, a logo, and a name, but did you know that it is also possible to trademark a sound?
Worst. Financial. Decision.