January 24, 2011, 5:08 PM — Microsoft commands you to suck!
Microsoft suggests remote-controlled ticks, nematodes, rounworms, pinworms, whipworms and more other bloodsuckers and worms than you want to know about can be be used to make the victim healthier, although far, far lonelier.
Game geeks create avatars that are cooler than they are; does it work the other way? Only in cosplay.
Some current Mercedes models do not have dipsticks. When the oil gets low, the owner gets an email.
Russian proclaimed as 'Norwegian of the Year' to be deported.
If you're one of us sane people who know ski lifts are the only really scary thing in skiing, try this.
What's the problem with this headline:
Doesn't say which finger. Or mention how rude dinosaurs can be.
Researchers found the oldest confirmed remains of a domesticated dog outside a cave in southwest Texas. Its behavior is more clearly similar to modern dogs than that of the previous record holder, whose bones were found just lying around at a site in Switzerland.
The Texas remains were also pretty inactive, but were located after researchers followed a trail of waste matter outside the cave. Bad wolf!
Also on whether spending all your late nights with old bones is really worth it.
"Ancient fossil...has allowed scientists for the first time to sex pterodactyls."