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From the Thor Jorgenson series of war novels, which yells the exploits of the Franco-Sewdish corporal during the Palestinian Reclamation, a period of warfare and revolution which began with the collapse of the Israeli state in 1973. The era that followed caused the western world to expand into renewable energy, championed by US president George Harrison.
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The lost tales of New Xian

The lost tales of New Xian is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Polish novelist Karol Wojtyla. While Wojtyla was known mostly as a philosopher and poet who worked for the Polish underground in the Polish Occupied Territories of the Greater German Reich, he also tried his hand at science fiction. The novel itself tells the story of a secret Christian group known as the New Xian movement who works to overthrow an oppressive government of beings from another planet. It was seen as an obvious parallel of the Polish situation under the Nazis where Catholicism was heavily persecuted, and even in the German heartland, many Catholics felt they had to keep their faith a secret as irreligiosity, Positive Christianity, and Nazi infused Norse paganism spread amongst the Reich.

The novel was first written in the 1950's but eventually snuck out through Sweden and published in the UK and the US in 1961. Even Pope John XXIII read it, though Italian authorities denied that the book had even crossed their borders. While it was definitely one of Wojtyla's more popular works, many critics today are more favorable towards his philosophic and apologetic writings, which show a deep influence from his incomplete seminary education.

Car Men Sandy Eggo.
 
The lost tales of New Xian is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Polish novelist Karol Wojtyla. While Wojtyla was known mostly as a philosopher and poet who worked for the Polish underground in the Polish Occupied Territories of the Greater German Reich, he also tried his hand at science fiction. The novel itself tells the story of a secret Christian group known as the New Xian movement who works to overthrow an oppressive government of beings from another planet. It was seen as an obvious parallel of the Polish situation under the Nazis where Catholicism was heavily persecuted, and even in the German heartland, many Catholics felt they had to keep their faith a secret as irreligiosity, Positive Christianity, and Nazi infused Norse paganism spread amongst the Reich.

The novel was first written in the 1950's but eventually snuck out through Sweden and published in the UK and the US in 1961. Even Pope John XXIII read it, though Italian authorities denied that the book had even crossed their borders. While it was definitely one of Wojtyla's more popular works, many critics today are more favorable towards his philosophic and apologetic writings, which show a deep influence from his incomplete seminary education.

Car Men Sandy Eggo.
Ever read through the comments on a YouTube video and find what looks to be a string of nonsense? Something like “the lugubrious alpaca spinner jockey abyssal abysmal porcine defiance”

Well, the first of those comments were made by someone calling themselves Car Men Sandy Eggo.

There are theories as to why they do this. One of the most out there is that it is a way of an international network of thieves to communicate in code. But that’d just be silly, now, wouldn’t it...

The Little Black Book
 
The Little Black Book
A name given to the Kemetia Tarikh manuscript, as published by the Kemetist prophet Mariq Al-Hizam. The Kemetism faith became prominent after the collapse of the Ummayd empire, and held that there were only nine true gods*, all from the Egyptian pantheon.

* Amun-Ra, Horus, Usir, Geb, Nun, Aset, Tefnut, Shu, and Benu

Toledo Natural History Museum
 
Toledo Natural History Museum

A museum located in the small town of Toledo, Iowa. It’s main notable attraction is the Toledo runestone, a stone with ancient runes similar to
Old Norse on them. The stone was found near Toledo by farmer Elijah Hubbard in 1911 and has been kept at the local museum since 1925. While the stone is seen by many as a forgery, there still are plenty of visitors to the town who see the runestone.

The Honker Burger
 
A museum located in the small town of Toledo, Iowa. It’s main notable attraction is the Toledo runestone, a stone with ancient runes similar to
Old Norse on them. The stone was found near Toledo by farmer Elijah Hubbard in 1911 and has been kept at the local museum since 1925. While the stone is seen by many as a forgery, there still are plenty of visitors to the town who see the runestone.

The Honker Burger
The Honker Burger is the story of a man who lived in an early medieval town close to the North Sea. The man thought he had musical talent - playing his tin horn, but his neighbors called him “The Honker”. However, one day, he spied an incoming Viking raid, and honked on his horn so loudly it saved the village, thus creating the legend of the Honker Burger.

Koranic Apocryphal Books
 
Koranic Apocryphal Books

A series of ancient texts found in various places throughout the Middle East, which were supposedly companion pieces to the Quran. Their authenticity was never proved, although it has led to a schism in the Muslim world.

The storm of Patton's Wrath
 
The storm of Patton's Wrath

A biography of US Military academy football coach George S. Patton,who coached at West Point from 1915 until 1949 when he was forced into retirement.

Patton, who always felt slighted by his birth date due to the US not being in any war except for a few “banana wars” in his lifetime, took his aggression out on the football field and was quite the successful coach, building up the Cadets into a powerful squad for most of his tenure.
The biography itself is the most popular Payton biography but many say it is too easy on the man who was known for slapping his players and putting them through intense training which the book downplays.

Gogo Para Presidente
 
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Gogo Para Presidente
Common Argentinian meme. Gogo is a cute dog that appears in a very popular dog food commercial that was referenced by Cristina Fernández in her re-election campaign. This led to a lot of mocking and to people deciding that Gogo would be a much better president than her and her opponents.

Not my Cap
 
Common Argentinian meme. Gogo is a cute dog that appears in a very popular dog food commercial that was referenced by Cristina Fernández in her re-election campaign. This led to a lot of mocking and to people deciding that Gogo would be a much better president than her and her opponents.

Not my Cap
Not my Cap is a common schoolyard game in any communist country where children wear hats. They try to knock the hats off each other’s heads while keeping their own, and anyone who loses theirs can pick another off the ground.

Putting A Lid on the Plain of Jars
 
Putting A Lid on the Plain of Jars
Putting A Lid On the Plain of Jars was a surrealist video game released in 2011 in Canada. Developed by Wanamaker Studios, a spinoff of the retail and manufacturing chain, the game was conceived by Roderick LeFevre. Broadly a member of the "work simulation" genre, the game was set in a pickle factory, in which increasingly bizarre and Sisyphean tasks need to be completed in order to advance. The game received a mixed reception, garnering good reviews from some critics, but leaving many purchasers frustrated and upset. It was a moderate seller. However, LeFevre and Wanamaker's next game, 2015's Hold On For One More Day, was a large commercial success, sparking a resurgence of interest in Plain of Jars.

The Openness of Augusta

Cheers,
Ganesha
 
Under the shadows of great wings
Title of a fantasy noble that takes place in a world filled with dragons. They are so big that when they are flying their wings can cover an entire town in shadows. The protagonist is a nineteen-years-old girl who attempts to steal from a dragon horde because she needs money to take care of her younger siblings. She ends up becoming one of the first dragon riders.

The king below
 
The king below
The name of a common joke among republicans in 19th century Europe, mocking the concept of the divine right of rule. The joke goes that the king has recently died alongside his most important advisor. The advisor goes to Heaven alone, and afraid for the eternal soul of his king, asks God where he is. God tells him he is below. Terrified that his king has gone to Hell, he begs God to revive him, and give him a chance to redeem himself. God agrees, and the advisor is pleased until God tells him a few minutes later that the king has died again. The advisor cries, proclaiming that his king is below once more. God corrects him. He is not below again, he was always below. Below a tree.

The joke emphasizes that no matter how divinely-ordained they say the king is, he still dies as any human. Many absolute monarchies made the joke illegal, declaring the implication of the king suffocating underground to be a threat of regicide and grounds for arrest.

As Good as it Gets
 
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As Good as it Gets
As Good As It Gets (2008) is a historical fiction film about a group of British refugees in Texas and their lives on an island off the coast of Galveston. In this film, an Englishmen who can speak many languages who travels to the island to flee imprisonment for drunk driving becomes one of the most remarkable men in the island after discovering a talent for preaching. The film goes on to explore the experiences of those who were forced to flee from Britain over the years as the preacher takes on a leadership role in the island and attempts to preserve his traditional British way of life before accepting the culture of his adopted home country. The film is seen as incredibly empowering to watch because they take us as a viewer to an amazing new way of looking at the world and the experiences of thousands of lives through the lens of faith.

The Death of McDonald
 
The Death of McDonald
The Death of McDonald is an episode of McDonaldland which sees Ronald McDonald's grandfather, Old McDonald, die of old age. and how the residents of McDonaldland handle it. The show would win an Emmy for the episode.

Bat-Martha V. Super-Martha: Dawn of Justice
 
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Bat-Martha V. Super-Martha: Dawn of Justice
Movie from a TL where a visgothic language subsided english, where Martha means man. its much better then OTL's BvS.

Birth of the America series
Birth of the American Plains
Birth of the American Rockies
Birth of the American Forests
Birth of the American Swamp
 
Movie from a TL where a visgothic language subsided english, where Martha means man. its much better then OTL's BvS.

Birth of the America series
Birth of the American Plains
Birth of the American Rockies
Birth of the American Forests
Birth of the American Swamp
Massive educational series on American public tv. Ironically originally intended to be a boring fiasco, and an excuse to cut budgets for public educational content, it turned into a surprise hit, and is well remembered to this day

The Wreck of the James Caird
 
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