These people went above and beyond the call of duty in their everyday lives just because it was the right thing to do.
Warning: There's a lot of peeing in this article.
Teddy Roosevelt announced his candidacy as part of the newly formed Bull-Moose Party, named after two of the many animals that were terrified of him.
Calling someone a bad liar is actually a pretty nice compliment -- and we're about to compliment the shout out of some folks.
It turns out that lots of everyday things you assumed were hardwired into humanity are in fact vastly different once you cross a border.
When was the last time you saw a crystal meth addict shouting at a half-scared, half-pissed-off animal?
Driving a freight train is the type of job that doesn't seem like much of a challenge until you realize it could murder an entire city.
So it's finally come to it. You're going to paint a tunnel on a wall. I'm not going to ask why you're doing this, what strange road your life has taken to get you to this point.
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to touch, taste, or kick back and smoke the past, rest assured that it's possible to.
Don't expect mercy from American automobile factories if you drive a foreign car.
Apparently the real goal of prom is to make everyone else at the catering hall think the dress-wearer's father is some sort of all-powerful interplanetary oligarch with limitless wealth and space capabilities.