10 Ways Viking Warriors Changed the World

Viking warriors were known for their violent acts of marauding and pillaging. But the Viking people were also explorers, traders and farmers—based in Scandinavia (Sweden, Denmark and Norway) in the 8th-11th centuries. Agriculture…

Zombie Survival Guide Important Facts

We've seen them in the movies... the craving for human flesh, the slow moving stagger, the absence of all law and order and the streets descending into chaos. They are the undead, the soulless bodies of zombies. Prepare yourself for your…

Human Food Dogs Can Eat

Wondering what human foods dogs can eat? Think twice before sharing your lunch with your dog. You may be doing more harm than good when it comes to Fido's long-term health. And, as always, check with your dog's vet to get expert advice.…

15 Famous Songs With Lists In The Lyrics

Ever wondered how many popular songs there are with lists in the lyrics? Once you start looking for them, you'll find them everywhere. We've assembled 15 of the most famous "list" songs here. They range in style and age, but all have one…

15 Famous TV and Movie Cats We Love

There have been many famous TV and movie cats throughout the years. We've selected 15 of the most popular cats and famous kitties in entertainment. Check them out and see if you agree. Then be sure to check out the additional lists of…

A Healthy Morning Ritual: Feed Your Body & Soul

Ever wonder what things you should do before 7 a.m. to give yourself the best advantage for the day ahead? We're here to help. Getting up in the morning isn't always an easy task, especially when living in the 21st century when things…

11 Weird, Creepy Character Actors

They are the villains and murderers of Hollywood movies, the unsuspecting loner who turns out to be a deranged mad man. Their names may not even appear on the cinema marquee. Without leading man looks, they are often relegated to lesser…

15 Mark Twain Secrets And Surprising Facts

Author and humorist Mark Twain was born Samuel Langhorne Clemens in Florida, Missouri in 1835. Clemens took the pen name Mark Twain, a nod to his early years as a riverboat captain on the Mississippi River. The term "mark twain" represents…