We’re in the final stretch before the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination on Nov. 22. Now would be a good time to forward this item—a Secret Service agent being ordered off JFK’s motorcade car and objecting—to those lunkheads in the media who still don’t get it.
For years, Bay of Pigs aficionados have debated whether one of the ships used in the ill-fated operation was named after Barbara Bush. Here’s a document that (perhaps) answers that question.
Modern Arab woman provides an insulting hard-liner with a piece of her mind—and a taste of her shoe. Click through for bigger picture.
When you think of fashion models, you almost certainly do not think of this person. (From our “Good Laugh” Department)
Here’s some more things to worry about! Fashion articles that can damage your health—or those on your shopping list.
Crop Circles or Crap Circles? Whoever made these hundreds of humongous works of art found around the world, whether three-headed visitors from afar, brilliant rogue architecture students, or practical-joke-minded farmers–they are very, very talented. Check out this documentary trailer—and this real-life mystery.
For your enjoyment, here’s a summery classic. WhoWhatWhy founder and editor Russ Baker from 2004, a light piece on Greek preparations (and procrastination) as the Athens summer Olympics approached. (And by the way, in the end, Greece came through like a dream—we’re rooting for the country now, too, in its current financial difficulties.)
Recently, Mitt Romney had a little trouble proving his “NASCAR cred.” Here’s some satirical video that may or may not be enlightening.
A strange little tale of a foreign country, a cave, and America’s favorite animator
The world’s most expensive ghost town—just what is going on here? Very, very strange doings down New Mexico way.