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"...it has been my nightmare that J.R.R. Tolkien would turn out to be the most influential writer of the twentieth century."
The illness can take several forms and it often benefits the well-connected at the expense of everyone else.
1. Make sure you put a television set and a computer in every room. (Don’t forget the kitchen!)
Many children are no longer familiar with a key source which Charles Schulz used for his inspiration.
If you know the right clues, it's almost as easy spotting a toupee.
Collodi’s stories made those of the Brothers Grimm look Pollyannaish
Psychologists Kristin Jay and Timothy Jay presented research suggesting that people well-versed in curse words are more likely to
You can even take America’s most popular psychological profile test and find out what Star Wars character you are.
'You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.'
Scientific research suggests money spent on experiences offers more long-term happiness.
100 years ago, G.K. Chesterton wrote about the dangers of the press.
They tend to score particularly high on verbal intelligence examinations.
The lines between sexual empowerment and sexual objectification are starting to blur.
The recent viral zombie prank has an interesting parallel to Americans' lack of knowledge.
It's a revealing lesson for media about their power.
Can you guess which beer-guzzling president named his hounds “Drunkard,” “Tippler,” and “Tipsy”?
"The average American household forks out $6,759 a year on food, or 12.6 percent of total spending, according to the Consumer Expenditure Survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Of that, $756 is spent on fruits and vegetables, and $2,787 on the high cost of eating out.”
It's becoming hard to ignore ... and resist.
A pair of Cornell researchers found that incompetent people cannot recognize their own incompetence.
“Spoiling” children with the right books can actually aid parents in raising well-disciplined and virtuous children.
'Bridge of Spies' gives us an perceptive take on what it is to be an American.