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A UK Farmer Noticed a Rabbit Hole in His Field. You’ll Never Guess What He Found Inside

No, not Wonderland. Well, not exactly. Located less than a meter under the ground lies the Caynton Caves, a network of walkways, arches, fonts, and other structurally untouched spaces that are said to have been dug by the Knights Templar in the 17th Century. Historic England, which describes the caves as a “grotto,” disagrees, guessing that...

Glass-Printed Photos from Fracture Are an Easy Way to Make Your Room All Nice and Pretty

Recently, I was contacted by a company called Fracture, which is having a spring cleaning sale through March 31st [see clearance code below to save 20%], and asked if I would order from their website and write a review about their product. It went something like this: “Hey, Cori- would you be interested in ordering some free stuff and then...

More New Details Emerge in the Fascinating D.B. Cooper Hijacking Case

While the FBI may have officially closed the case on the infamous, unsolved D.B. Cooper hijacking from 1971, the story has really taken on a life of its own in the past few months. We told you about a website called True.Ink and their efforts to try to get to the bottom of the mystery in a...

The (Lack of an) Oxford Comma Just Decided a Court Case in Maine

Like we’ve talked about on this site before, the battle over using the Oxford comma – is it necessary for clarity, or superfluous and cluttering – will likely never come to an end. In the case of a different battle, one between a dairy company and its delivery drivers in Maine, the Oxford comma dispute meant...

Canada and Denmark’s “Whiskey War” Claims No Lives, Only Bottles

Have you heard about Hans Island? Not Hans Gruber. Hans Island: It sits right between Canada and Denmark, and it just might be home to the world’s silliest war: Sources: 1, 2 Just in case the picture in our Fact Snack makes you think you’re not getting the entire… picture… Here: That’s the whole thing. It’s more of...

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Is The Minimum Wage In Your State Enough To Cover The Cost Of Living?

Is the minimum wage in your state enough to cover the cost of living? It’s true. Here’s a chart from WageAdvocates.com based on the numbers from MIT’s Living Wage Calculator: Yes, the folks at Wage Advocates have a clear agenda. They spend almost all of their time protecting and defending wage-earners. One would expect them...

10 Simple Tricks to Improve Your Memory

The older I get, the more I notice my mind slipping. Words escape me sometimes, and honestly, I can’t remember much of my life before high school (but maybe that’s a good thing). I can only imagine this is going to get worse. Provided guzzling buckets of caffeine isn’t going to fix it, I was...

12 Baby Animals So Rare You’ve Probably Never Seen Them

Everyone with a heart loves animals, right? And babies? Forgetaboutit. They’re all adorable, even ones like opossums that grow into ugly adults. These babies, though? You might never have heard of them before, and you’ve almost definitely never seen them. Which is a shame, because they rate pretty darn high on the adorable scale. You’ll...

23 Evil Genius April Fools’ Pranks To Pull On Your Friends, Family, & Coworkers

There are A LOT of lame April Fools’ jokes out there, especially the ones companies pull every year. Although, I will say, Google is definitely a standout for some good ones. In fact, one of them actually turned into Pokémon GO! No, really, it did. But there was also that bad one that we should forget about…...

Meet the Black Man Who Befriended 200+ KKK Members and Convinced Them to Quit

The current state of the world can make us wonder whether working together is even possible anymore. Whether it’s worth it to talk to people who see the world differently, come from divergent paths, or who might seem angry or even hateful about our beliefs or way of life. Well, the fact that, since the...