Here’s What Happens When You Call The ‘Stranger Things’ Surfer Boy Pizza Number

Can't get enough of the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things? There's a little Easter egg in the show that you can try for yourself with some pretty cool results. Stranger Things Season 4 Parts 1 and 2 have both finally been released on Netflix. Have you seen both parts yet? Don't worry, there won't be any spoilers whatsoever in this article. However, I will say that after that ending, I hope we don't have to wait too long for season 5 to be released.
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RANKED: Here Are the States With the Most UFO Sightings

UFO sightings date back to biblical times. In the Bible's Book of Ezekiel, a mysterious ship is described as appearing from the sky in Chaldea (modern-day Kuwait). Strange sightings were recorded around Rome in 218 B.C. A wave of mysterious apparitions showed up in fourth-century China when a “moon boat” was documented floating over the country once every 12 years. A smattering of other, unfamiliar objects in the sky were noted in Germany in 1561, Hull, England, in 1801, and multiple times during World War II when Allied pilots used the term “foo fighters” to describe the odd circles of light pilots noticed flanking their planes during combat.
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FDA Orders Removal of All Juul E-Cigs From U.S. Market

The FDA has said farewell to Juul product sales in the United States. Thursday morning, the Food and Drug Administration announced that Juul electronic cigarettes and vaping devices must be pulled from the market in the United States. According to KWQC, the FDA examined an application from Juul to keep...

Grey Poupon Mustard Ice Cream Is a Thing Now

It's time for some special summer flavors of ice cream. The Van Leeuwen Ice Cream company has been surprising us for a few years now with their unique flavors. Released on the first of June, the Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Company has come up with five new flavors for you to enjoy this summer:

Advice for Parents, Teachers: Helping Kids Cope With Traumatic Events

In the wake of the Uvalde shooting, I found myself trying to figure out how to explain the event to my son. He had caught my husband and me talking about it - worrying about it - and wanted to understand. I didn't know how to speak to him about it, but I realized I would eventually have to. After all, school shootings had become a prevalent issue across the country; there was no way to keep them from him forever.

The Most Extreme Temperatures in the History of Every State

On July 9, 2021, California’s Death Valley reached 130 degrees Fahrenheit, according to an automated measuring system there, representing one of the highest temperatures ever recorded on the planet. The world record, also recorded at Death Valley, was 134 degrees in July 1913. More than 210 degrees Fahrenheit separates...

Ford Announces Recall for More Than 650,000 Trucks and SUVs

Heads up if you drive a Ford truck. Ford has announced that they are recalling more than 650,000 pickup trucks and big SUVs in the U.S. The reason for the recall? The windshield wipers on some vehicles may break or malfunction during use. The vehicles involved in the recall are...

These States Have the Most New Small Businesses Per Capita

The pandemic has wreaked devastation on many small businesses, causing the closure of roughly 200,000 establishments across the United States. This has not been the only effect on small businesses, however. According to government data, entrepreneurs are starting more new businesses now than they have in more than a decade. As more people lost their jobs or began working remotely, and some businesses closed, leaving holes in the market, both online and brick-and-mortar businesses started emerging at rates staggering even to economists who study recessions. Their conclusion? The U.S. economy is undergoing a definitive restructuring due to changes wrought by the coronavirus, and they are likely here to stay.

Do You Know the Story Behind Every NFL Team Name?

There are no National Football League teams in the magical world of Oz, but there are Lions, Bengals, and Bears. The NFL has 32 teams—each with a unique story about how it came to be. Some names were chosen by fan contests, while others had ties to former professional sports teams. There is an abundance of animal names, and other monikers steeped in a rich history. Others, like the Washington Redskins (rebranded in February 2022 as the Washington Commanders) and Kansas City Chiefs, have drawn controversy and protest for years.

See MLB History From the Year You Were Born

“America's pastime” provides more than just an opportunity to devour hot dogs and Cracker Jacks. Trips to the ballpark are cemented in many Americans' memories, but the game of baseball has also periodically acted as a time capsule of the past century. In the 1940s, Jackie Robinson broke baseball's...

The 10 Biggest Underdog Victories in March Madness History

Everyone loves an underdog. Whether it’s an intrinsic desire to root for the little guy or a hedge against laying the favorite, sports fans can’t help but crave the come-out-of-nowhere victory. This propensity is strongest during March Madness, that annual springtime tourney that pits NCAA Division I college basketball teams against one another in a drive toward the national championship.

25 Fascinating Vintage Photos From the First Winter Olympic Games

The first Winter Olympics—then called International Winter Sports Week—were held from Jan. 25 through Feb. 5, 1924, in the small French town of Chamonix, France. The multi-sport event featured 260 athletes representing 16 countries in five sports: bobsleigh, curling, ice hockey, Nordic skiing, and skating. Chamonix emerged from obscurity and into the spotlight as athletes publicly displayed their talents in various competitions from figure skating to cross-country skiing in front of more than 10,000 spectators. In 1926, the event was retroactively reclassified as the first-ever Olympic Winter Games.

‘WKRP in Cincinnati’ Star Howard Hesseman Dead at 81

The man who will be remembered for his role as Dr. Johnny Fever on WKRP in Cincinnati, Howard Hesseman, has passed away at the age of 81. Hesseman's longtime manager Robbie Kass shared the news with TV Line:. “Unfortunately, I can confirm that Howard passed away on Saturday (1/29) at...

See What 25 Historic Battlefields Look Like Today

The United States has fought 12 major wars in its history. That’s an average of a major war every 20 years. The early ones were fought right here at home, but for the last century and a half or so, America’s armed forces have fought overseas. During that time, the country has gone from not even being a country at all to securing its status as the mightiest nation in the history of the world.

Lumos! Harry Potter Fans Will Love This iPhone Hack

IPhones have a lot of great features that can be very useful. We are always learning cool new hacks and there is one that I learned this week that every Harry Potter fan will want to immediately try out. It's amazing the number of cool hacks that are available on...