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    10 centuries in 5 minutes

    November 16, 2010 by Cal05000

    European History the abbriged series. 1000 years in 300 seconds

    What a nice video.

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    The capitol of Ukraine, Kiev, should be Romanized as Kyiv. Kiev is the Romanized Russian name, Kyïv is the Romanized Ukranian name. It's name in Belarusian is Kijeŭ.

    Cuba, China, Egypt, Greece, both Koreas, Turkey and the United States are the only countries that are personified in Hetalia and do not allow Homosexuals to serve in the millitary.

    & is the last letter of the English alphabet.

    Poland and Sweden have something in common, they both had female Kings, Jadwiga of Poland, and Christina of Sweden.

    Some of the first Germans captured after the invasion of Normandy, were (interestionly enough) Koreans.

    Poland and Lithuania's official personifications are female and Brunette(Poland) and Blonde(Lithuania).

    Canada's personification, Johnny Canuc…

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    July 4, 2010 by Cal05000

    Okay, so this WAS supposed to be another list, but I haven't found everything I'm looking for so here is this instead.

    Uncyclopedia is a Wikia wiki (meaning it is one of our sister wikis), anyway, I was surfing through it today and ran across this:Un Hetalia

    Basically it's making fun of Hetalia, but in a good way.

    Here are some highlights:

    Summary Paragraph:

    "Axis Powers Hetalia (from hetare, "useless", and Italia, duh!) was Hayao Miyazaki's weird attempt at promoting fascism via cute yaoi boys. Needless to say it worked, specially among teenage girls who never had sex and likely never will."

    Under a shot of the first manga cover:

    The cutest extremists and dictators ever.

    The Unholy Trinity (The Axis):

    The protagonists, who promote fascism and mass mu…

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    June 22, 2010 by Cal05000

    Hi Guys Gals, let's list the nations by how democratic they are. Oh come on, don't leave It'll be fun. Ok, a little background on these, they were first plublished in The Economist. It focuses on one question, "Are elections... fair?"

    The question itself is divided into four catagories,

    1. "Whether national elections are free and fair";
    2. "The security of voters";
    3. "The influence of foreign powers on government";
    4. "The capability of the civil servants to implement policies".

    and Nations themeselvs are divided into four catagories,

    1. Full democracies 30 total
    2. Flawed democracies 50 total

    Hybrid regimes 36 total

    1. Authoritarian regimes 51 total

    Most of the personified nations fall in this category.

    Rank Nation 10.00 Max FULL DEMOCRACIES 1. Sweden 9.88
    2. Norway 9.68

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    Soviet Animation

    June 10, 2010 by Cal05000

    I think that its safe to say that we are all familiar with Animation.

    Some of us may be fans of Japanese Animation. [(Anime)but I'm sure you knew that.]

    We may be fans of American Animation.

    But how many of us have even heard of Soviet Animation?

    How can one consider Himself (or Herself) an Animation fan without knowing Soviet Animation.

    Here is a link to get you started:Винни-Пух-Vinni Pukh-Winnie-the-Pooh with English subtitles no less.

    EDIT:Here is Part 2 and Part 3 More Winnie-the-Pooh

    EDIT: Okay how about something kinda creepy? Будет ласковый дождь (based on Ray Bradbury's "There Will Come Soft Rains") WARNING:This program may be disturbing to some viewers.

    EDIT: And now the best of them all. Hedgehog in the Fog By Yuriy Norshteyn

    EDIT:The T…

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