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revised Why were the Germans and Russians so fixated on an unlikely “separate peace” in 1945?
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comment How do we know that prostitutes were very common/popular in Corinth around Jesus' time?
@fdb - I suspect he just meant that he'd trust Strobo's authority on the subject before trusting something found in a book that has a vested interest in portraying pagan greeks as unusually immoral.
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comment Strange symbol on Midwest brick home
@Lohoris - That's the exact first impression I got. Regardless of what it was really supposed to symbolize, I wouldn't be surprised to hear it caused trouble with the neighbors.
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comment What happened to the Polish Calvinists?
@Bregalad - I probably should have linked them to their sources, which are here and here respectively. And if you zoom the second one way in, it turns out there are in fact 4 purple dots on the western border that might be Calvinist (I don't know Polish, but I think that's what the key is saying)
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comment 4th of July and Tchaikovsky
A large part of the reason is was "influential" was that it was televised, at a time when there were only 4 channels (counting PBS). So a sizable percentage of the country was watching (particularly those not on the East coast, as it would be on before it was dark enough to watch local fireworks).