Flash Card Exchange: The self titled largest library of printable flash cards. Everything from Spanish, and common legal terms, to Pokemon cards. more inside
Splif Peanut Butter: Warning May Contain Drugs. Items seized by the DEA that were used for drug trafficing from peanut butter jars to car transmissions. more inside
Unusual Museums of the Internet: Ranging from Bandaids to Superhero food to Zippo lighters and 105 others in betweens.
Have seven adopted children that you are being paid to keep, but you don't want? Ship them off to Africa where you don't have to worry about Child Protective Services dropping in to check on the condition of the home.
Research in the Buff Submitted for all your nude researching needs: The American Nudist Research Library.
Law gets Virginia workers Saturdays or Sundays off Robertson and another attorney said an increasing number of employees will probably take advantage of the law once the legislature's error becomes widely known. Well then, let me help get the word out.
Postal Experiments. Deer tibia. Our mailing specialist received many strange looks from both postal clerks and members of the public in line when he picked it up at the station, 9 days. The clerk put on rubber gloves before handling the bone, inquired if our researcher were a "cultist," and commented that mail must be wrapped. more inside
Cowcatcher. Invented by Charles Babbage in 1838, the cowcatcher has prevented many derailments and has even helped recovering alcoholics. Although it has been known to catch the occasional guitarist.
Just Say No (to Flies) The effects of various drugs on spiders. It may make you rethink drinking the caffeine laden coffee.
Atmospheric Optics Ever wonder why the sun can look flattened at sunset? Or what a nacreous cloud is? You've heard of rainbows, but what about fogbows? more inside
Ice Volcanoes of Lake Superior. These volcanoes can grow up to 10 meters high, and actually do erupt like regular volcanoes.
CNN is reporting that Zimbabwe has taken into custody "mercenaries" from a U.S. registered plane. NPR reported this morning that Zimbabwe state media has described the mercenaries as "strongly built, white men", although the prisoners have not actually been seen by journalists. No weapons were found on the plane other than knives.