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If you don’t know or care who won Superbowl XLIX…

…you may still want to look up the score, so you can at least pretend to take part in some of the conversations at work tomorrow. (You could learn on Wikipedia moments after the game ended — without ever having to

Posted in Humor, Just for fun

Think different … No, more different

Exciting news, especially for drunks with dead cell phone batteries. Scientists have devised a cell-phone battery powered by urine. Just right for those emergencies when you drunk-tweet way too much and then need to call for a ride home. This

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Posted in Humor, Technology

If you really, really want to live in the ‘Friends’ apartment, or at the Gilmore Girls’…

… thanks to the Internet, Etsy and an interior designer with a possibly unhealthy obsession with TV, you can. Well, as long as you have the money, time and energy. It’s up to you to remodel the inside of your house

Posted in Humor

Semi-Literary Trivia #7 – Rod Serling

“You’re traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That’s the signpost up ahead—your next stop, the Twilight Zone.” Almost 40

Posted in Humor, Trivia

Drink Beer for Big Ideas, Coffee to Get Them Done…

At least that’s what this item at lifehacker says. I haven’t had coffee since early afternoon, so I don’t have the mental chops to properly evaluate these claims. And I haven’t had a beer today, so I can’t come up with

Posted in Humor, Writing

Semi-Literary Trivia Question of the Week # 6

F. Scott Ftizgerald’s The Great Gatsby: Was a surprise success, being made into one of the last silent movies. Was based on movie scripts that Fitzgerald had been unable to sell to the studios. Was largely forgotten by the time

Posted in Humor

Semi-Literary Trivia Question of the Week #5

A rayograph was: An early version of the x-ray machine that was placed in stores by the J.W. Bass shoe company, and offered free “skeletal images” to show correctable defects in customers’ feet. A technique used by surrealist artist Man

Posted in Humor, Trivia

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