Joined: Apr 9, 2015
Jocelyn Sears is former a staff researcher for Mental Floss, a poet, and a dog enthusiast. She is strongly in favor of the Oxford comma.
"I wish you would please bring me a typewriter and a drum and a doll dressed in a sailor suit so I can call it Raymond."
Thrift stores are always a treasure trove of vintage items—but sometimes a lucky shopper comes across an actual treasure.
As Labor Secretary, she tried to save Jews fleeing the Nazi regime.
Some of the methods proposed for “reducing” were downright bizarre—and even dangerous.
She was the first female presidential candidate to receive votes.
Landes thought women were better-suited than men to be mayor, and Seattle agreed, at least for a while.
5. Officials have forbidden the sale of alcohol there for over a century.
Two political pioneers staged a "Pantsuit Revolution." But it probably should've been easier than it was.
Long before he was the 40th president, Ronald Reagan was known for his films, his romances, and his ability to sell cigarettes, shirts, and electricity.
Advocating for a son with cerebral palsy helped propel her into government work.
As a tourism official, her father green-lighted the Las Vegas slogan “What happens here stays here.”
She has an impressive history of overcoming adversity with grit and humor.