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answered Did the bounty on bin Laden ever get paid?
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comment Did the bounty on bin Laden ever get paid?
Well, there is a $25m bounty on Bin Laden's successor Ayman Al-Zawahiri. Might be the same money? Nevertheless, the U.S. State Department has not run out of people to place bounties on just yet.
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comment Did anyone do Yoga on the Titanic?
Interesting, so you want to know how popular yoga was in the west. Wikipedia mentions some kind of cultural backlash during this time in the US against everything oriental, but other than that... tricky one.
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comment What did the Romans call Cardigan the town in West Wales, UK?
May be useful: dyfedarchaeology.org.uk/projects/romanmilitary.htm
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comment Who was the first Russian in space (not Soviet)?
+1 I think he though Gagarin was from a republic, but I love these creative definitions.
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comment At which point did election in a large country become feasible?
I think you'll find the US Electoral College system interesting. As it deals with the problem of distance and time by using electors: Electoral Colleges