So there you are, beavering away in your basement, teaching wildebeest how to sing Handel's Messiah or dismembering bodies in order to power your zombie portal machine. Suddenly, there is a knock at the door. You go upstairs to answer to find someone on the front stoop wanting to sell you the same encyclopedia that you bought last week or some handy dandy kitchen gizmo that you yourself invented.
To stop these interruptions to your important work, you will have to Read on...
From yesterday's featured article
Boy George refers to George Lucas in the early part of his twin careers.
Even when the monstrously horrible A Star Wars Christmas Special made for television caused everyone to start wondering about the young Lucas, they quickly excused it as just an attempt to cash in on the Star Wars phenomenon. Which it was. Siskel and Ebert reviewed the show though they did not normally cover television. It was the first and only time both dropped their pants and Read on...
Did you know...
... it took a real long time, but somebody finally gave light a speeding ticket.
... that leaving no stone unturned means including Mick and Keith?
... that the US Open is a lie and closes after 9PM? How's someone going to get a hot dog and a drink then?
... that confuzzlement is its own reward?
... that Leo Tolstoy began writing War and Peace on Wackypedia's DidYouKnow but quit after failing to grasp HTML tags?
... that that's that and not a ziggurat?
... All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
... that the exact date can be figured by the length of day, so long as you have a long enough ruler to do the measurement?
... that a pie in the face is worth two in the bush?