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Looking For A Natural Mosquito Repellant? Try Coffee

The Zika virus is a growing national concern here in the United States. As of August 3rd, the CDC has recorded a total of 1825 cases stateside, and …


An Honest Ad For Coffee

In the latest in their series of Honest Ads, Cracked looks at coffee. How you feel about this ad slamming our drinking habits all depends on how you …

motorcycle top 10s

*Well, hardly anyone.<p>01 February 2018 at 11:35<p>With a new horsepower king<p>24 January 2018 at 16:24<p>Quick, before people remember<p>17 January 2018 at …

“A novel is a daily labor over a period of years. A novel is a job. But a story can be like a mad, lovely visitor, with whom you spend a rather exciting weekend.” —Lorrie Moore

Brazilian VW Karmann- Ghia, Brasilia, 1962 Via, Ricardo Goulart


What were the ingredients of the cake?


Coin-Operated “Roulette” Dr. Pepper Bottle Vending Machine, c. 1940s.


“And as you can see, gentlemen, I have an absolute mammoth case of penis envy.”

I've never been to Phoenix before today and now I understand what hell is.

... keep 'em rolling!

STS-124, June 14, 2008. Space Shuttle Discovery is towed from the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Discovery's landing ended the 14-day, STS-124 mission to the International Space Station. The STS-124 mission delivered the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's large Japanese Pressurized Module and its remote manipulator system to the International Space Station. The landing was on time at 11:15 a.m. (EDT) on June 14, 2008. (credit: NASA-KSC)


The National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth has made one of Chaucer's earliest The Canterbury Tales manuscripts available online.

Early mainframe computers with women operators, 1962 Via, HSBC UK Press Office

Texas is waiting for your soul. Bwahahaha!

Texas is waiting for your soul. Bwahahaha!

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