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1. The Titanic was NOT the Olympic
Whatever the event, you can guarantee the conspiracy theorists will put a spin on it. Recently David Icke insisted that Hurricane Sandy was orchestrated by Barrack Obama, to ensure he won the 2012 election. Within two years of the final moon landing, Bill Kaysing self published a book entitled "W...
2. President Robert Mugabe
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:24:10
"The only white man you can trust is a dead white man." Robert Mugabe
President Robert Mugabe has ruled Zimbadwe for over 32 years. He is the only leader in the Country's history, having ruled since the former British Crown Colony was declared independent in 1980. During this time he has preside...
3. The Titanic Quiz
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:23:14
How much do you know about the ill-fated ship, that sank on her maiden voyage in 1912?
Everyone knows the story of how the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank to the bottom of the Atlantic ocean and how hundreds of people drowned due to insufficient lifeboats. The story has been immortalised in endl...
4. The Big Bang Theory - quizzes, polls and clips
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:24:10
The Big Bang theory is a sitcom about socially inept geeks and their girlfriends. As of 2013 the show is in its sixth season. Initally the show focused on two roomates (Sheldon Cooper and Leonard Hofstadter), their co-workers (Rajesh "Raj" Koothrappali and Howard Wolowitz) and their neighbour Pen...
5. Two and a half men fan page
Entertainment & Media - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:23:11
Two and a Half Men is a long running American sitcom. For the first eight seasons the show focused on the contrasting relationship between the hedonistic Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen) and his lodger/ younger brother Alan (Jon Cryer). Alan is forced to live with Charlie after his divorce (the amo...
6. How to speed up your PC
Entertainment & Media - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:26:23
Windows computers are very high maintenance. A professional computer technician can charge an extortionate hourly rate and a new computer can be extremely expensive. It is vital therefore to keep your computer in good shape.
7. Mistakes in Titanic (1997)
Computers & Electronics - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:26:24
James Cameron's epic film Titanic is by far one of the best films I've ever seen. Yet (like most historical films) it is filled with factual errors. Cameron researched the film properly; it is clear therefore these errors were made intentionally rather than by error. I'm not going to write about ...
8. Nicolae Ceausescu
Entertainment & Media - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:24:08
"He always claimed to act and speak on behalf of the people, to be a beloved son of the people, but he only tyrannized the people all the time. [[He]]procured the most luxurious foodstuffs and clothes from abroad...even worse than...the former king of Romania." (State Prosecutor at Ceausescu's tr...
9. Colonel Gaddafi
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:22:30
Mummar Gaddafi served as the de facto head of state of Libya for 42 years. At the time of his death he was the longest serving African head of state, as well as the world's longest serving non-royal head of state. He was respected throughout Africa, but his legacy is further tarnished by the civi...
10. Top history films list
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 05:22:38
This lens exists for fans of history films. Vote for your favourite history film or suggest ones to add. Independent films and made for tv movies are allowed. Feel free to suggest debates for famous history films. (Please note: the film synopsis' may contain spoilers).
11. Top Ten Famous Beards
Entertainment - Mon, 21 Jan 2013 03:07:46
This page exists to showcase and celebrate the world's best beards. Do you feel someone else should be on this list? Please nominate them in the comments box below.
Criteria for nomination:
1) The famous beardie must be a real person (nominations for Gandalf will be rejected as will ones for Ja...
12. astronomy quizzes and facts
fashion-and-beauty - Sun, 10 Feb 2013 03:51:27
Since childhood I've been fascinated by space, the exploration of space, the nightsky and anything to do with the solar system, galaxy, universe, etc. This is for anyone from people who watch the odd eclipse to people who spend their evenings exploring the heavens.
13. how to manage your free time
How-To & Education - Sat, 09 Feb 2013 18:29:58
There are only 166 hours in a week - 56 of which are spent asleep! If you add up all the time spent doing housework and eating and the like, the amount of time available to pursue things you actually enjoy is limited. It's therefore crucial to avoid things which drain away your time.
14. why the Titanic sank
healthy-living - Sat, 09 Feb 2013 02:23:17
It's been over a hundred years since the world's largest ship, sank on her maiden voyage after striking an iceberg. Despite the passage of time, interest in the ship has not waned. In 2012 there was a memorial cruise, various new films and documentaries were made and the Titanic II was commission...
15. the bookworm page
culture-and-society - Fri, 08 Feb 2013 13:36:40
Are you a lover of books? Then this is the page for you!
This page exists to review books, discuss books and vote on the best ones. All novels from Jane Austen to Stephen King will be discussed here. Feel free to nominate any book for the poll.
16. Red Dwarf Quizzes
books-poetry-writing - Thu, 07 Feb 2013 23:49:14
Red Dwarf is a cult british sitcom that initally ran from 1988 - 1999. It was brought back after a ten year hiatus in 2009 with a special three part series, and then a 10th series in 2012. Another series is in production. Initially the series (and two novels) were written together by friends Rob ...
17. Useless trivia: a collection of amazing and pointless facts
Entertainment - Thu, 07 Feb 2013 17:57:53
I've always been fascinated by interesting and utterly useless pieces of information. I have spent years hoarding them on scraps of paper and this page will share the highlights. I cannot cite any specific sources, as I never wrote down the source, but the bulk of them came out of museum handbook...
18. King Gyanendra
Entertainment - Wed, 06 Feb 2013 20:09:22
Gyanendra was placed in a difficult situation in 2001 when he unexpectedly inherited the throne, following the gruesome murder of 9 members of his family (including his parents and his nephew. He faced also the problem of being in the shadow of his father; an extremely popular king who had willin...
19. Psychopathy in Fiction
culture-and-society - Mon, 04 Feb 2013 23:55:53
Evil and unscrupulous psychopaths dominate fiction. From Shakespeare plays (Iago, Richard III) children's books (Captain Hook, Lord Voldermort, The White Witch), classic literature (Prof. Moriarty, Bill Sykes), films (Norman Bates) and tv (Dexter Morgan), they are usually the antagonist or the an...
20. Obama Vs Bush
Entertainment - Sun, 03 Feb 2013 22:44:49
George Bush served as the 43rd President of America from 2000-2008. Barrack Obama is the 44th President and (barring death, impeachment or resignation) will serve from 2008-2016. By the time Bush's final term expired he had historically low approval ratings and had a shoe thrown at him. Obama swe...
21. Why America Needs to Change the Voting System
culture-and-society - Sun, 03 Feb 2013 22:29:23
America has used the electoral college system, which elects the President, for over two hundred years. Each state is awarded electoral college votes depending on its population. Whichever candidate polls the most votes, receives 100% of the electoral college votes for that state. The candidate th...
22. crazy dictators (part 1)
culture-and-society - Sun, 03 Feb 2013 00:05:28
Probably the most crazy people in the world are unfortunately dictators. Once they get into power (usually through manipulation or a coup) all pretence of them being sane is ditched. Chairman Mao floated the idea of every chinese person having their name replaced with a number (within himself rec...
23. World Dictators
culture-and-society - Thu, 31 Jan 2013 02:16:32
From Julius Ceaser to Robert Mugabe, for many centuries men and women have found themselves in complete command of countries either through force, manipulation or hereditary succession. This lens outlines the extravagance, the cruelty, the eccentricity, the intelligence and the cunning of some of...
24. best fictional sleuths
culture-and-society - Tue, 01 Jan 2013 14:40:23
books-poetry-writing - Sat, 09 Feb 2013 18:33:00
25. Dexter Fan Page
Dexter Morgan is a fictional character, in the eponymous tv show, Dexter. He is played by Micheal C. Hall. Dexter is known to most people as a mild mannered blood spatter analyst, but is in fact one of the most prolific serial killers in history. His death toll is estimated to be 125 victims (as ...
26. top 10 villains in fiction
Entertainment - Mon, 04 Feb 2013 03:00:30
Evil in fiction comes in many forms. Most novels, films and tv series would be lost without bad guys; usually they are an antagonist but occasionally they appear as a protagonist. Often they are scheming to get things that have evaded them; power, money or women. Sometimes they are compulsive kil...
Entertainment - Sun, 03 Feb 2013 22:22:02
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