If we're going to survive the midterms, we need fewer memes and more cute puppers.
A recent conference proved that flat earthers can change their minds. Just in the wrong direction.
There are some seriously awesome movie Easter eggs hidden all around the world.
Every so often, a death is so insanely suspicious that it would be weirder if there WASN'T a sinister conspiracy behind it.
Sometimes, the most genius criminal plots are foiled by coincidence, bad luck, or plain old slapstick hijinks.
Chinese companies will hire random white people to attend meetings, banquets, etc. to create the (false) impression that they have connections in the U.S.
Hey, remember how you never invested in Bitcoin in 2009 because you'd never heard of Bitcoin and didn't really care about magic internet money? Same.
Good news: People are living longer than ever. Bad news: what we just said.
You at least assume that Susan, the FBI agent watching you through your webcam, is good at her job. How much scarier would it be if she were an idiot?
The daily, large-scale drama of the world has largely overshadowed some utterly insane news that should have dominated headlines for weeks.
Politicians cherry-pick amendments to quote, but they consistently leave out the wildest, juiciest, and downright crazy parts that could change the country as we know it in a heartbeat.
Lots of different countries claim to be the resting place of Ol' Saint Nick.
These random questions usually flee my mind before I can do anything about them. Every once in a while, though, I remember to actually look them up and share the answers with you.