Scam trivia: Fortune-Telling Fraud, the oldest scam

Some people may argue that all fortune-telling services are a scam. The modern fortune-telling fraud uses cold-reading skills…

Scam trivia: Mail Fraud, the oldest scam

The United States has been fighting against mail crime for hundreds of years. In 1792, Congress imposed the…

Scam trivia: Strip Club Scam of the oldest scam

A strip club or “clip joint” scam has been going on for the past century. The establishment usually…

Scam trivia: Funerals of the oldest scam

The death of a family member is a traumatizing and emotional time. It’s absolutely disheartening that anyone would…

Magazine Trivia: Crappie Now!

No, this is not another magazine dedicated to portable toilets as the title suggests, rather it is a…

Magazine Trivia: Strange Magazine PRO

If you wanted your face on the cover of any magazine, which one would it be? Budding musicians…

Magazine Trivia: Miniature Donkey Talk of Weird Magazine

Never has a title needed a comma more—imagine it as a command: ‘miniature donkey, talk!’ That’d be a…

Magazine Trivia: Twins of Weird Magazine

Since 1984, this has been the bi-monthly bible for parents who got more than they bargained for exiting…

Magazine Trivia: Strange Magazine The Fortean Times

We’ve been making fun of a lot of the entries thus far (no offence meant to all you…

Magazine Trivia: Practical Sheep, Goats and Alpacas

This magazine is not about sheep, goats and alpacas that can assemble an IKEA bookcase without the manual,…

Magazine Trivia: Elevator World of Weird Magazine

A whole world of elevators? One would be forgiven for imagining an MC Escher-like planet of perpetual, crossing…

Magazine Trivia: Girls and Corpses of Strange Magazine

Founder, publisher and self-styled ‘Deaditor-in-chief’ Robert Steven Rhine has explained what inspired him to create this delightful magazine:…

Magazine Trivia: Spudman of Strange Magazine

Formerly known as ‘The Times of Ireland’ (sorry guys, this had to be said, we love you really),…

Magazine Trivia: Emu Today & Tomorrow of Weird Magazine

If you want to know about the state of emu farming today and want to speculate as to…

Music trivia: Cobain and Vedder slow dancing of the Golden Band

Eddie Vedder was the last member to join the band first known as Mookie Blaylock and now known…

Music trivia: First choice for Friends’ opening song of Golden Band

R.E.M will arguably forever be known as the band whose song “Shiny Happy People” was almost the opening…

Music Trivia: A band of trouble

Oasis was formed from a previous group called the Rain and originally consisted of 5 members including brothers…

Music trivia: The Animals’ influence of the Golden Band

The Animals were known for their distinctive sound as showcased in their only number one hit in 1964:…

Music trivia: The band who outsold The Beatles

The Monkees’ original band members consisted of Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork and Davy Jones. The group…

Music trivia: Airplay thanks to student by Golden Band

Roxette was formed in 1986 and enjoyed massive successes including 19 UK Top 40 hits, a host of…

Music trivia: Led Zeppelin and Aleister Crowley of The Golden Band

It’s impossible to imagine Thor: Ragnarok without the fight scenes set to the inimitable Immigrant Song by Led…

Music trivia: The amp, the amp, the amp is on fire

You probably won’t be able to picture the band AC/DC without hearing Brian Johnson in your head, screaming…

Bust Boredom Websites: Where in the world am I?

If you consider yourself well-traveled, or you would like others to think believe that you are, you could…

Music Trivia: Cetera has no time for Chicago

The Chicago Transit Authority, established in 1967, changed their name to Chicago in 1969. The band has sold…