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10 People Who Did It Anyway

Miss Cellania

The news that quadruple amputee Philippe Croizon swam the English Channel over the weekend reminded me of so many people I've written about, that I had to look in my files and bring you another i

The Surprising Voices Behind Cartoon Characters

Ethan Trex

Last week we asked you to give us a few of your favorite surprising identities behind cartoon voiceovers.

55 Awesome Halloween Costume Ideas

Miss Cellania

The 20 Most Profitable Movies of All Time (Based on Return on Investment)

Taylor Horne

10 LEGO Sets That You Can Help Make Happen

Caitlin Schneider

Brain Game: Really, Really Bad Rebus #18

The Really, Really Bad Rebus in today's Brain Game may indeed be the worst I've ever done. I know I've said that before, but... well, you'll see.

15 Sweet Facts About Kool-Aid

Alvin Ward

10 Things You No Longer See in Hotels

Kara Kovalchik

Morning Cup of Links: Finger Hostage

Miss Cellania

The Origins of Life.

The Number of the Day: 105.7 Billion

Andréa Fernandes

The total number of humans born since 50,000 BC is estimated at 105.7 billion. Related Link: For the next two weeks, we'll be pulling Numbers of the Day from the beautiful and fascinating Nati

5 Questions: Well, "La"-Di-Da

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The Late Movies: O-SPAN

Ransom Riggs

C-SPAN can be pretty boring, unless you're watching Jon Stewart narrate the highlights. Personally, if I have to watch Congress on TV I much prefer O-SPAN, which is The Onion's coverage.

The Quick 10: 10 Weird Caffeinated Products

Stacy Conradt

As a new mom, I’m a fan of caffeine. I mean, I liked it before. But now it’s a godsend. I prefer my caffeine in the normal formats, though – Diet Coke, lattes, most forms of chocolate.

Why is it so hard to balance on a bicycle that's not moving, and easy on one that is?

Matt Soniak

Reader Brian writes in to ask "Why can you stay on a bicycle when moving, but not when it's standing still?" Think of something like a table or a couch.

History of the U.S.: The Not-so-microwave

Stacy Conradt

The same year that saw the invention of the atomic bomb also gave the world another hot device: the microwave oven.