A weekly show hosted by John Green, where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic information. This week, John looks at common spelling and grammar errors such as "Stationery vs. Stationary," "Good vs. Well" and "Loose vs. Lose."
Hemenway is a frequent teacher, consultant and lecturer on permaculture and ecological design throughout the U.S. and other countries. His writing has appeared in magazines such as Natural Home, Whole Earth Review and American Gardener. He is an adjunct professor in the School of Graduate Education at Portland State University, a Scholar-in-Residence at Pacific University, and a biologist consultant for the Biomimicry Guild.
From sketch duo Brian and Maria comes an installment from a mock series called "Ask a Network Head." What follows the age-old question about MTV programming is perhaps the most brutal verbal takedown you'll hear all year.
After watching all of the 113 episodes of Pinky and the Brain, I give you the (now really) COMPLETE list of all 85 "Are you pondering what I'm pondering" list!!
The clips are extracted from material originally copyrighted by Warner Brothers, but hopefully falls under fair use as a fan tribute and is intended to promote the old now off-air show not intended to plagiarize or infringe on any copyrights.
Like long walks on the beach with a coffee in one hand, and a beer in the other? If there isn't a washroom nearby, you might want to rethink that. Find out why caffeine and alcohol affect the amount of water in your urine, and how it affects your body.
Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz).
Music by Mitchell Moffit
Art by Gregory and Mitchell
Depending on how you look at it, this may have either been the highlight or rock-bottom of Leonard Nimoy's career... certainly his most unique performance. Filmed during a guest appearance on the July 28, 1967 episode of Malibu U, a short-lived American variety television series.
Conservative media, led by Fox News, have struggled to get on the same page regarding the number of jobs that could be created by TransCanada Corporation's proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Their figures rely on industry-funded studies, and at times even overstate those estimates. While the pipeline would provide some temporary construction jobs, it would not have a significant or lasting impact on employment in the U.S.
If you’re a fan of Steve Martin, stand-up, viral videos, or anything that’s ahead of its time, you’ll be thrilled that somebody put this old promo online. Steve Martin made this for the Warner Bros. Records marketing team, to motivate them with the promise of winning one whole dollar for selling the most copies of his 1978 album “Wild And Crazy Guy”.