As someone who works on the Internet, I've been known to get email. And one recent message stood out to me.
Manuals have to be the least-read pieces of text in the world. Which is too bad, because it turns out they're a gold mine for insanity.
Most of us will get kidnapped at least once in our lives, often while distracted reading a Cracked article about kidnapping tips.
For creating the following 'Pokemon' rejects, we shall soon pay for our hubris.
It happens more often than you think: coincidences that seem like they were written by a third-rate screenwriter on basic cable.
We spoke to Knick Moore and Max, two veteran zookeepers, who helped explain what it's like to walk a thin and occasionally sticky line working with animals.
Good intentions can easily go awry. And once they do, all they're good for is paving some particularly hellacious roads.
Military training techniques vary a lot from country to country: Some are insanely elaborate, some are insanely cruel, and some are fine just being plain old insane.
We spoke to six different victims of domestic abuse -- male and female -- and found out that lots of these cases don't look like the plots of Lifetime movies.
We're all assholes. Everyone is. It's nothing to be embarrassed about. Here's why.
Picture the most fantastical setting you can imagine. Odds are that place exists.