It ain't so much what folks don't know,
It's that they know so much that just ain't so.
In 1889, American journalist and humorist Edgar Nye introduced the phrase "A mile wide and an inch deep." He was referring to a river found in the Midwestern and western United States, ...[Read More]
Kim Jong-il, North Korea's "Dear Leader," is presented as larger than life by the media of the Stalinist state.
Reportedly, Kim undergoes daily intensive memory training that involves ...[Read More]