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  1. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    Methinks Jeffrey Epstein is going to go down much earlier than OTL--assuming Prince Andrew first met him in the early 1990s, this combined with Diana's divorce from Charles will lead to nothing good for the Royal Family (I wonder what Diana would think of Andrew and Epstein--also, have her find...
  2. Greatness: A sports collaborative timeline

    February 12th, 1993: Jack Yates High School football tight end George Floyd signs with the University of Houston. (Note: He won't be the best player, but he will be a solid player at the tight end position...)
  3. Sports What Ifs.

    WI the 49ers draft Joe Delaney in the 2nd round in 1981? Does this butterfly away his 1983 demise?
  4. Biggest urban battles that never happened

    Frankfurt in a Cold War Hot (with no nukes initially) in the 1980s...
  5. Ghastly Victories: The United States in the World Wars

    Good updates. This TL's World War II sounds a lot worse than OTL, given the hints you're dropping...
  6. Very Dead Governors #1: Evan Mecham

    (If this needs to be moved to Chat, mods, please do so) PoD: March 7th, 1945 P-51 pilot Evan Mecham, while flying on a photo recon mission, is shot down and killed in the subsequent crash. (In OTL, he survived and went on to become the very controversial governor of Arizona.) Effects on...
  7. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    One musical act I can see performing there: Selena Quintanilla-Perez and her band (BTW, I hope Selena's murder is butterflied away, and not just because I'm from the town where she lived and was murdered)...
  8. Battle Royale: The Last Generation Of An SNES-CD Saga

    Congrats on the end to the TL--and thanks for having Corpus Christi being selected as the Summer Olympics site in 2028 (another Texas city I forgot to mention in my previous post is San Antonio--it's right up the road from Corpus)... All in all, a good TL and a good end (and no Covid-19 in TTL...
  9. The Way Life’s Meant To Be

    With regards to the Atlanta Child Murders, Wayne Williams likely did kill some of the victims--but he wasn't the only one, IMO... Good update, BTW...
  10. Sir John Valentine Carden survives.

    Rommel, you ain't getting that help, considering what's kicking off in eleven days...
  11. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    There was also the shooting of Nicholas Green in southern Italy in 1994, which was also tied to the Mafia (that really didn't help their image after the aforementioned bombings)--interestingly, the two Mafia members charged were acquitted by the trial court, but would up being convicted by the...
  12. A Hippie in the House of Mouse (Jim Henson at Disney, 1980)

    And a Disneytown in Saudi Arabia--that'll attract attention from a certain terrorist named OBL, methinks...
  13. Sports What Ifs.

    WI Alabama forward Mykal Riley had missed his 3-pointer at the end of the game against Mississippi State on March 14th, 2008, causing the game to not be sent into overtime? The reason why this is interesting (and horrifying) is that, had that occurred, thousands of fans would have been outside...
  14. WI: The Enterprise completes its five year mission (Star Trek survives for 5 seasons)

    And no Sofia Coppola as Mary helps too--although, to be fair, that wasn't her fault, as Winona Ryder dropped out literally at the last minute and she was apparently the only one available. Rebecca Schaeffer was also up for the role; in fact, she opened the door to her stalker/killer because she...
  15. Pop Culture DBWI: American Star Trek, British Doctor Who

    Don't forget about Peter Falk's Master, which arguably saved the show from cancellation. Falk admitted in an interview that, when he was cast as the Master on Doctor Who, he played him like an evil version of his famous character, Lieutenant Columbo. Try watching Columbo (in both the 1970s and...
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