Man is the measure of all things
A statement by the ancient Greek philosopher Protagoras. It is usually interpreted to mean that the individual human being, rather than a god or an unchanging moral law, is the ultimate source of value.
Why The Turducken Is One Of The Best Word Plays Of All TimeIt's Thanksgiving time, and while some folks will be piling their plates with turkey and mashed potatoes, we can't pass on the opportunity to consider a dish named with one of the greatest portmanteaus of all time: the turducken.
The Irritating History Of ALL CAPSWhat’s up with ALL CAPS? You’re reading an email from a friend one morning, casually sipping a cup of joe, when all of a sudden, BAM. There it is. “I’ve been working WAY TOO MUCH lately, but I’m hanging in there. Dinner Friday?” Wait a minute is that— *Gasp* IT IS. AGH! ALL CAPS! Is that how you’d react in IRL? Probably not, but for …
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