LiveScience reports that sarcasm is seen as an evolutionary survival skill: "Humans are fundamentally social animals. Our social nature means that we interact with each other in positive, friendly ways, and it also means we know how to manipulate others in a very negative way.
Null Hypothesis shares many quotes from some of the greatest minds on the planet on inventions they deemed had no future: "In light of the claim that inflatable cars are set to become the vehicle of the future, the Null has found a long and distinguished list of inventions that were poo pooed by esteemed individuals, only for the product to become a raging success. Shame on you all..."
Neatorama shares sixteen stories behind some of television/TV's most famous catchphrases: "Every TV show wants one, but few achieve it: a catchphrase.
This Divine Caroline article shares six egregious workplace episodes made her and her readers' skin crawl. Hopefully, these don't inspire people to do similar behavior, but rather offer them a sense of newfound freedom in your harmless acts of deviousness around the office.
National Basketball Association (NBA) has a nickname generator that requires first and last names.
BBC News report: "Scientists say they have located the parts of the brain that comprehend sarcasm - honestly. By comparing healthy people and those with damage to different parts of the brain, they found the front of the brain was key to understanding sarcasm. Damage to any of three different areas could render individuals unable to understand sarcastic comments..."
This two pages Cracked.com article says "... robots can make everything cooler, from wars to weddings. Hollywood knows this and tries, when possible, to give us what we crave in the form of kickass robots with kickass abilities. Most of the time, though, these robots that look so cool on screen are so incompetent at their jobs, they'd have had better luck just sending a random intern to do it..." Listed, are eight movie robots...
Neatorama says United States/U.S. Presidential nicknames go all the way back to George Washington.