Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Kanan, Jan 11, 2018.
This makes up for my dislikings of Jeff Bezos for now being the richest man in the world.
Personally, I think @Kanan 's designs are superior to the RL candidates' logos so far...
@Kanan does Google exist TTL?
I’m not @Kanan, but I know she once said that Google exists ITTL.
#Kanan for President 2020
We've even seen screenshots of TTL's Google maps.
Nice choices for 2020 candidates, @Kanan! The field ITTL seems to have a few big names, but having less politicians in the field makes more sense when considering how 2016 went down ITTL.
My one question is who is Héctor López? The only thing that comes up when I google him is a baseball player and an obscure Green Party politician from Puerto Rico, so is this guy fictional? If so, what are his political views?
He Is Real. Try googling Hector Franco Lopez?
Have we seen these flagmaps before? They're great.
I think Apple still exists, they just don’t make OS because Microsoft dominates that market , since it appears that Microsoft was never sued for accusations of monopolizing the market.
Apple is pretty much insignificant in the tech market if they exist at all, afaik.
On the Discord Kanan said Apple existed but ultimately failed
Special thanks to @BryanIII, who pretty much did 99% of this update! Many will remember it from a previous one he posted, but it has since been reformatted, a couple things updated, and posted here in the international tour.
Oh my gosh thank you so much. I honestly didn't think they looked good at all. And... your preference has been noted!
Héctor Franco López is, indeed, a real person who is a Mexican politician. He is considered to be socialist and on the left-wing of the Social Labor party.
Only on wikipedia! I re-made the needed ones for the different state shapes!
@Kanan Who's the most popular phone maker ITTL? Does everyone have a Windows phone or an Android?
Wait did the Flemish Catholic Party pass "one of the most liberal abortion laws"? Granted I don't know much about Catholic politics in Belgium so maybe that's in character for the national political scheme.
This is actually an OTL thing; sure the Flemish Catholic Party, the German Ultra-Monarchists and some of the Flemish Christian Democrats were against it, but the proposal passed by the combined votes of the Francophone Radical Party, the Flemish Lib-Dems, the Flemish Christian Democrats and the Democratic Party of the East as well as the Christian Democratic wing of Grand Catholic union of Wallonia in the opposition. Since King Baldwin normally would sign a law once it passed both the Chamber and the Senate to 'honour the wishes of his people' the entire government, even those who voted against it, decided (just like in OTL) to sign the bill into law as a gesture to the King.
There's no way this could possibly go wrong.
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