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Jason English is the former Editor-in-Chief of mentalfloss.com. He created the board game Split Decision. In 2013 mentalfloss.com won the Webby Award for Best Blog–Culture and was named one of the 50 Best Websites by TIME. Jason was previously a mediocre copywriter for several New York ad agencies. He resides in New Jersey with his wife, three daughters, and dogs.
So that's what you call it! It turns out that thingy, that doohickey, that stuff, and that space between those two things probably all have names.
Here's a little-known fact: January 4th is National Trivia Day!
Alvin King—a shoe salesman from Emporia, Kansas—probably isn't in many history books, but he deserves at least a paragraph.
On November 10, 1969, television audiences were introduced to the residents of Sesame Street—including a distinctly orange Oscar the Grouch.
All that time you've spent on here is about to pay off.
The slain civil rights advocate wasn't above a bar fight.
Every year, suds lovers celebrate International Beer Day on August 7—which makes it the pefect day to share any one of these amazing facts about beer.
John Tyler was born in 1790. He took office in 1841, after William Henry Harrison died. And he has one living grandchild.
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Kermit and Miss Piggy stopped by to talk Muppet history.
Something's different around here.
In the early 1980s, Giancarlo Esposito had a stint on 'Sesame Street.'