In honor of the 11th anniversary of this site, here’s a very important post speculating about the usage of a folksy cliche.[Read more…] about 11 Musical Acts Most Likely to Use “Measure Twice, Cut Once” as a Metaphor for Love
They turned everything into board games in the ’80s. Everything.[Read more…] about 11 ’80s Pop Culture Board Games That Didn’t Need to Exist
Some movies titles get recycled — with very different results. Here are some famous and not-so-famous movies that have shared a title.[Read more…] about 11 Pairs of Very Different Movies with the Same Title
When you have a kid, you wind up reading the same books over and over and over. Here are some that will help preserve your sanity.[Read more…] about 11 Children’s Books You Can Read One Million Times Without Going Insane
The WWE recently introduced a new tag team with a laughably bad name. They… um… have a history of awful names from the ’80s and ’90s.[Read more…] about 11 Worst Old School Pro Wrestling Tag Team Names
Rankings of Swingshot, Powerball, Atlasphere and every other competition from the original run of American Gladiators.[Read more…] about The Definitive Ranking of All 16 American Gladiators Events
I loved the 1990-91 NBA Hoops cards. And now one random card has become oddly lucrative — after the discovery of two notorious ’90s murderers in the background.[Read more…] about Mark Jackson Is Now the Most Valuable 1990-91 NBA Hoops Card — Thanks to a Menendez Brothers Cameo?
Today is the 20th anniversary of Office Space hitting theaters, and in celebration of that milestone, I reflect on how the movie altered the course of my life forever.[Read more…] about How Office Space Warped My Brain More Than Any Other Movie Ever Has
Last week I made my 11th annual Super Bowl prop bets for real money. How did I do?[Read more…] about 11 Results For the Weirdest Super Bowl LIII Prop Bets (All of Which I Actually Made)
For the milestone 11th year in a row, I bet real money on ridiculous Super Bowl bets. This year’s include the Puppy Bowl, Chick-Fil-A and Tony Romo’s proclivities.
Cassette tape sales are surging and, as a person whose formative music years came in cassette form, that’s heartwarming news.