Despite the fact that dozens of new slang terms enter the English language on a weekly basis, there are still all sorts of things in our daily lives that just don't have words.
I spoke to Frank Meeink, a former white supremacist, and Michael Kimmel, a professor of sociology, about the men's rights movement, and I found out that it has less in common with any civil rights or equality movement than it does with neo-Nazis.
These words, while offensive to our ears, were at one point perfect examples of sensitivity and political correctness.
Hollywood will leave you ill-prepared for the collapse of society, because it has managed to completely overlook several key aspects of life on post-apocalyptic Earth.
If you think TV and movies make police work sound like fun, well, it is. It can be dangerous, sure, but you sure as hell wind up with some great stories.
Steve drifted on a life raft across the Atlantic for 76 days before he was finally rescued.
A quick perusal of kids' comic book covers can tell you that the stories upon these pages can be the stuff of freaking nightmares.
When something comes along that seems even remotely new or veers away from the run-of-the-mill tropes and cliches we've come to expect from scary movies, our first instinct is to pile on mountains of praise that, in time, reveals itself to be completely undeserved.
We're Clint and Jessica Harris, a pair of paranormal investigators with more than a decade of experience, and here's what you probably didn't know about the world of ghost hunting.
These ad execs took these messages, then twisted them until they were confusing, hurtful, or downright disturbing. Then they crapped on them.
Sometimes these supposed geniuses make decisions that even a WWE staff writer would find patently ridiculous.