At lunch today, after KISS's "Rock and Roll All Nite" came on the radio, we began to catalogue musical acts who scored numerous hits in their day but you only ever hear one song from any more. Put on the list Blue Oyster Cult with "Don't Fear the Reaper," Go »
I read a lot of newspaper comics every day — we're overdue for a Comic Strip Roundup, come to think of it — but two editorial cartoonists who I will no longer be reading are Ted Rall and Glenn McCoy, who have both crossed a line in recent weeks. Ra Go »
Fifty Shades of Respectability
Could/will Fifty Shades of Grey ever be taken seriously as literature? Perhaps at some point in the future where it represents this historical period in popular American culture? Go »
This is an old story, but I like it anyway: Did you hear the one about the guy who tried to spend a $2 bill at Taco Bell? Go »
All Kinds of News
I've been kind of silent on TC lately because I've felt crappy. Besides a cold, I've had nausea and headaches for three days because I'm plagued by nightmares all night, nightmares about running out of money. Go »
Will clowns reach a tipping point where they are considered horror characters more than their traditional role as silly entertainers? Have they reached that point already? Go »
Since its debut on February 23, 1998, Celebrity Goo Game has published over 4000 goos and is about to crown its 75th champion.
For the game's 20th anniversary, we're recreating the 20 most influential goos that changed the game forever. Can you solve them the second time around? After you solve each goo, refresh the page to learn more about its place in game history.
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