John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
Think there's a V8 under this car's hood? In 1970, Campbell Soup turned to "King of Kustomizers" George Barris to, er, soup up this Mustang Boss 302 for a V8 marketing campaign.
Know someone who needs a boost this summer? Is your daughter off at summer school? Got a son away at camp? If the pizza box doesn't bring a smile to their face, the stuff inside surely will!
Our friend Giri A of the PubStumpers Trivia League has been sharing some World Cup history via email.
If you're buying a new car or negotiating the price of your dream house, try sitting in a hard chair.
Regulars to the Brain Game are aware that I'm a U.S. geography nut, and some of my favorite puzzles focus on the names of states and capitals... like this one.
Watch a 30-minute fireworks display in Toledo in only 3 minutes, thanks to the magic of video.
In June of 2010, 96 people found mentalfloss.com after typing the phrase "disney sex" into a search engine.
Summer's got me feeling like a southern boy stuck in a Yankee's body.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
Hi guys! You may have noticed the Quick 10s have been a bit sporadic since the end of May.
As the old adage says:Â youth is wasted on the young.
NPR recently shared the tale of a 22-year old blogger named Cassie Boorn, who posed an interesting question to the women of the world via her b
Growing up, my family had a series of early personal computers -- a Sinclair ZX81, a TI 99/4A, and even an early IBM Portable (which was not as portable as its name suggested).
When he died in 1977, Elvis had $1,055,173.69 in a non-interest-bearing checking account.
(Not Really) Related Fact: President Nixon awarded Elvis a Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs badge, w
Women are doing amazing work in primatology, the study of monkeys, apes, prosimians, and even humans.