The Pickle Wizard promises that if you pay him $5.99, he'll send a slice of pickle to a person of your choosing.
Original ad here.
A lab in Russia is working on cloning a wooly mammoth. China and South Korea are supposed to participate in the project.
I posted this on about.com a day ago. A look back at the tree-sitting craze of 1930.
One more oddity I encountered on my New Zealand trip: the town of Bulls (population 1755), "a town like no udder." It's the town where everything is a pun on its name.
All that fancy circuitry ends up in typewriter output device. Original article here.
Kroger is expanding the number of stores that offer craft beer on tap for tasting and for sale in growlers, like the ones pictured above.
I just got back yesterday from a two week vacation in New Zealand (aka The Land of Many Sheep). Robo-Alex was surreptitiously posting for me while I was gone, since I figured it wasn't a good idea to announce to the world that I was traveling and my house was empty.
Ideally, shouldn't those four women playing "1-2-3 Redlight!" be dressed as Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall?
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Watch the Killer Whale lure a bird in with a well placed fish and score a non fish dinner for himself.
The moral is: don't suppress your road rage, it's not healthy!
In 1959, Walter C. Gregory of North Carolina State College introduced "atomic" peanuts to the world. Despite the name, they weren't radioactive peanuts.
Little Guy, a mixed breed terrier, found his owner, Marty Rogers', meth stash and ate some. When Little Guy got sick Marty took him to the vet where he tested positive for meth(of course).
The Illinois State Lottery is not currently paying out jackpots above $25,000 until the state budget is passed.
The use of gender neutral pronouns such as ze and xem, amongst others is being encouraged on the campus of the University of Tennessee.
Now, that's weird! Especially when compared to double that amount today.
Matchbox-sized meals. The utopian food of the future, as envisioned by British scientists of the 1950s.
This looks like it would roast you to a nice golden brown. Human Hothouse: For comfortable sunbathing in the city or during cold weather, a California firm offers a Plexiglas bubble which lets in ultraviolet rays but keeps out sand, soot, and wind.
This is either a case of the unluckiest spouse ever, or a perfect murder by the husband.