The actor who was inside R2-D2 hated the guy who played C-3PO.
Here in Los Angeles, cars rule. You've all heard the Missing Persons' song "Walking in LA" - well it's true: nobody walks here. It's just not that kind of town.
So this actually happened: on March 17, 2009, the United Nations sponsored a panel discussion that "explored some of the themes that are of importance to both the United Nations and the critical
Where there's smoke, there's fire; and where there's fire, there's heat.
By changing one letter at a time to form different English words, and leaving all other letters in their
In 2009, U.S. airlines collected $2.7 billion in baggage fees.
From the 1958 until 1992, the Greenbriar Resort in White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia sat on top of a secret.
Maybe some of these are common knowledge, and I'm just out of the loop (very possible), but I hadn't seen any of these methods before I watched these instructional videos.
How to take off
Graffiti has come a long way over the years. Largely thanks to artists like Banksy and Blek le Rat, some graffiti is now recognized as the clever art form it really is.
What's bothering this man so much? Maybe it's the fact that he's not real.
Here's a fun one -- on Inside the Actors Studio, Kevin Spacey does a solid five minutes of spot-on impersonations.
All a summer camp used to need to keep kids entertained throughout the warmer months was a good ball field and a place to go swimming.
Last week, in the wake of the arrest of Colton Harris-Moore and his surprising internet fandom, we took a look at what made some criminals into folk heroes in the manner of the legendary Robin Hood.
I saw this photo over on passiveaggressivenotes.com today and thought to myself: I wonder if youÂ _flossers would find it as amusing as I do.
Thanks for playing the TuesdayÂ Brain Game. Enjoy:
Six major-league sports teams currently in the "big four" (MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL) have names with the initials C.B.
If you haven't seen this awesomely droll series of short animations, now's your chance.
Top Secret America. Homeland security, counterterrorism, and spying have grown so much in the past nine years that the result "amounts to an alternative geography of the United States".