- School Stuff
Greg Smith likes playing soccer, mountain climbing and reading. He's just like every other boy his age, except the 11 year-old is in his second year at college and working towards world peace.
Slavery was legal in Puerto Rico for 350 years. Some owners even went so far as to brand their slaves foreheads with hot irons. No wonder there is a holiday to celebrate the end of this cruelty.
Check out the weird and gross defense mechanisms animals, like Horned Lizards and skunks, use to protect themselves against enemies. - Page 2
If you think that melodrama and crazy love triangles are only for daytime TV - think again. Check out this Shakespearian soap!
If you're a local or a visitor to New York, don't be surprised if you see a gator trying to come up through a manhole. They are also trying to make it out of the city's sewer through toilets.
Looking for something a little creepy? How about thirty tales of eerie places and spooky sites. Chilling campfire tales and stories for dark lonely nights, don't shudder in fear without it!
Everyone knows all you need to do is inhale some helium to sound like Donald Duck. Did you also know it's not the helium that makes your voice squeak, but a vibrating flap in your throat?
Mercury has tall hills and high cliffs - perfect for rock climbing. Unfortunately, even with a ton of sunblock, you'd fry up there.
How much do you know about Iraq? Find out a little more about the history, the geography, Saddam Hussein, conflicts in the middle east and what the United Nations sanctions are really all about. - Page 2
Does the thought of dissecting some animal in science class gross you out? Well quit being a squeamish baby about it and start cutting open some skin. You're in school to learn, right. - Page 2