Here's a Story About Paul McCartney and John Lennon Cranking Their Hogs
Paul McCartney told a a lot of brilliant Beatles stories in his new GQ profile. One involved a circle jerk to the thought of Brigitte Bardot (and Winston Churchill).
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Watch the Riveting Trailer for a New JonBenet Ramsey Documentary
‘Casting JonBenet’ casts actors in Boulder for the parts of the key suspects and witnesses in the unsolved murder.
Winston Churchill's Favorite Bulgarian Wine Tastes Like Cigarettes
My first taste of Melnik red wine hit like a dagger, reminiscent of stale smoke. Ensuing sips were no easier.
Winston Churchill Was a Racist Warmonger Who Tried to Sterilize the Mentally Ill
The "British Bulldog" is celebrated as a defeater of Nazis and champion of democracy. But he also hated Indian people, loved eugenics, and advocated for poison gas.
Donald Rumsfeld Made an iOS Game, and It's Actually Pretty Good
Rumsfeld brings Winston Churchill's variant of Solitaire to iOS with new game.
This Artist Wants to Turn Winston Churchill's Blood into Gin
"In the morning I will be sober and Winston Churchill will still be dead."
Revealed: The Headlines You'll Be Reading in 2015
Here's how the annual glut of anniversary features will pan out this year.
Two Gunshots to the Head Couldn't Kill This British Soldier
Sir Adrian Carton de Wiart was the one-handed, eye-patched army officer whose story reads more like a Rowan Atkinson creation than a real serving soldier. He was an impossibly lucky—or unlucky, depending on how you see it—caricature of British resolve.
Komplaint Dept. George W. Bush: Even the President of the United States Must Sometimes Have to Paint Naked
At least Bush is honest about his abilities, which is more than can be said for the "respectable" artists we're meant to take seriously.
Winston Churchill Predicted Synthetic Lab-Grown Meat in 1931
We're already three decades behind schedule, according to the late Winston Churchill's calculations.
A Newsreel from Fifty Years Ago This Month: We Liked Ike, Blew Up Atomic Bombs, Carved Vegetable Sculptures
In this patriotic newsreel designed for students and other good citizens of 1952, America learns important news about Hawaii (which was about to become a state!) and hears a report on a high-tech camera capable of capturing a missile in slow-motion...