The duffel bag is named for Duffel, Belgium, where the cloth used in the bags was originally sold.
I haven't found a great game to feature on here in a while (I'm not counting pinball from yesterday since it was so rudimentary, though still fun!), so I'm pleased to finally be able to
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
From Abe Lincoln To Donald Duck, the history of the income tax.
A video of a tug-of-war between a Canadian soldier and a US soldier went viral today.
Shameless self-promotion time: This Sunday (3/25) at 6pm Mountain Time, I’ll be on the radio show Skeptically Speaking.
Talk about fracking talented! These guys have started building a full, virtual, BSG Viper simulator in their garage.
Are you planning to celebrate National Stuff That Was Popular When You Were a Kid Day on Monday?
I understand if you're not, as it's a new holiday that we're inventing.
If you wish your morning news show was a bit more like our Amazing Fact Generator, you may want to gravitate to CBS This Morning.
It’s a question that music historians have been fighting over for decades: What was the first rock ‘n’ roll
Oh wow. Every clip of McBain from "The Simpsons," cut together in sequence. Put down the donut and enjoy McBain's witticisms and gunplay:
"Ice to see you" indeed.
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I can't tell you how many times I've been complimented on the safe, peaceful oasis that is my homeland.
Earlier this week I came across Every "Itchy & Scratchy Show" Ever, and went to see if its creator MrBestDeni had made more "Simpsons" stuff.
Cookie image via ShutterstockMy girlfriend loves a good romantic comedy (to be fair, she’ll watch mediocre and bad ones, too).
Secret Service Aids White House Invaders
A family of ducks walked through the lawn of the White House on Wednesday, though they needed some help doing it.
Based on the pandemonium Elvis Presley had generated the last two times he played Jacksonville, Florida, Colonel Tom Parker, his manager, booked him for six shows over two days in August of 1956.