If you ever get tingling waves of pleasure down your spine in relaxing situations, like when someone is whispering in your ear, it’s a real condition called “autonomous sensory meridian response” and there are YouTube channels dedicated to inducing it.
When superheroes aren’t saving the world from crime and devastation, they’re jamming on stage and partying in the tour bus.
At least that’s how it would be if graphic artist Andrés Moncayo had anything to say about it. In a series of illustrations, he’s envisioned a world where superheroes trade their spandex for, well, flashier spandex.
In 1945 a man survived the atomic blast at Hiroshima, dragged himself to an air raid shelter, spent the night, caught the morning train so he could arrive at his job on time in Nagasaki where he survived another atomic blast.
Switzerland may start paying every adult (whether they work or not) a salary of over $2000 per month, based on the idea that their citizens will have more time to devote to things they are intrinsically interested in.
in 1956, for a bet, while drunk, Thomas Fitzpatrick stole a small plane from New Jersey and then landed it perfectly on a narrow Manhattan street in front of the bar he had been drinking at. Then, two years later, he did it again after a man didn’t believe he had done it the first time.
Ben Affleck once asked Michael Bay on the set of Armageddon: Wouldn’t it make more sense just to train experienced astronauts how to drill instead of the other way around?, and Bay responded “shut the fuck up”.