So You Think You Know: Daylight Saving Time Edition

Most of the nation turned the clocks back over the weekend thanks to the end of Daylight Saving Time. Here is everything you might not know about this strange time-changing custom. Ben Franklin didn’t invent Daylight Saving Time. Ben Franklin is commonly thought to have first come up
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So You Think You Know: Santa Has An Evil Twin

In many European countries, Krampus rides shotgun with Santa In honor of the upcoming holidays, we decided to write a special So You Think You Know post. If you’re one of the many people who find the Christmas season to be a bit overly saccharine, Santa’s evil twin is just
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So You Think You Know: Turkey Day Edition

Despite retailers’ penchant for completely skipping over Thanksgiving in order to put Christmas decorations out before Halloween, the vast majority of us still take the time to celebrate this non-retail holiday. When you take your seat at the family table, here are some Thanksgi
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So You Think You Know: The Declaration of Independence Was Signed on July Fourth

On the Fourth of July, Americans from coast to coast gather to celebrate America’s Independence. Most people believe that we celebrate on this date because the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776. But it wasn’t. In fact, John Hancock, the first signatory on the docu
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So You Think You Know: Subjects and Verbs Have to Agree

From an early age, we are taught that subjects and verbs have to agree. Singular subjects get singular verbs, and plural subjects get plural verbs – seems simply enough, right? Wrong. As the NBA Finals have proven, the English language is a tricky beast. Copy editors across the nation
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