The famous Aaron Burr “Got Milk?” ad from 1993 was directed by Michael Bay.
Unscramble the ten words in the list and place them into the 5 × 5 grid so that they link together. One letter is already provided to get you started.
How a Pulitzer prizewinning writer constructs a job departure email. If you're going down in flames, you may as well do it with style. NSFW text.
The basic concept of a cocktail is to improve the flavor of liquor and make it more drinkable, but some cocktails seem to do just the opposite.
Over at Oddee, I recently took a look at the 10 ickie
For many religions following Western Christian principles, November 2nd is known as All Souls’ Day, an occasion to remember the dead, especially those who have not yet made it to heaven and need extra
When cheerleading was “born” on November 2, 1898, it looked a lot different than it looks today. No tiny outfits, no wild stunts and – surprise – no women.
It's possible that up to 20% of people won't be able to watch 3D programming on their TV due to a lazy eye muscle, color-blindness, headaches, or motion sickness.
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After a big game in any sport, from a league championship to the World Series, Super Bowl, Stanley Cup, etc., people are going to be clamoring for commemorative merchandise almost immediately, so it w
I took my girls to our local Borders (Riverdale, NJ) yesterday to see if Split Decision was in stock. It was!
Getting a good domain name isn’t as simple as heading over to Go Daddy and looking for the best available URL.
A couple of years ago I did a post called "Guitar Wizards Shred," that featured the work of a Finnish guitar dude overdubbing famous guitar players' solos with horrible flub-filled riff
Scientists and science geeks alike can wear their chosen discipline on their sleeves, so to speak, or around some part of their bodies.
In space-travel circles, it’s apparently a well-known fact that the moon smells like gunpowder.
Aram Bartholl wants to encourage even more information sharing in today’s insanely-connected world.
Match these 10 words/names into five pairs. If you place the correct ones in the correct order, you'll find a connection between certain letters in the words/names in each pair.
In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages 'turn-up.' As always with this