Are these posts all supposed to be from a single TL or from multiple different TLs? There's some that directly conflict with each other (e.g., there's a couple that directly contradict each other in regards to who runs for president for the Democrats in 2008).

I think they're from any TL whose POD is 9/11 not happening
What Viseslav said. Some posts are from different timelines than others. The main theme from each post is that they come from a world where the September 11th Attacks never happened for whatever reason.
 

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The 2001 pilot to the Cartoon Network hit series “Constant Payne” (2004-Present).
The series is an anime-inspired dieselpunk action-adventure dramedy and science fiction show, with an aesthetic inspired by "Russian wood-block propaganda posters of the 1920s & 1930s, created by Micah Ian Wright. Constant Payne, often called ConPay by its fandom, was originally meant to come out in on Nickelodeon May 2001 however due to problems about unionising writers, the network dropped it.

It wasn’t until Cartoon Network founder and president Betty Cohen stumbled upon the 2001 pilot in 2004 that Constant Payne would get a second chance at life. When Cohen contacted Wright and told him she and CN were interested in his pilot and wanted to make it a full-fledged show starting with 12 episodes, Wright reportedly was completely overjoyed and left his relatively new job in the field of video game writing to join Cartoon Network.

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ConPay creator Micah Ian Wright at San Diego Comic-Con in 2015.​

Constant Payne would go on to be one of CN’s best known and successful series alongside the likes of Avatar: The Last Airbender (which premiered on the network in 2008 after Nickelodeon turned the show down for reasons that remain unclear to this day), Ed, Edd, n Eddy, Chowder, Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld, Duck Dodgers, and Sym-Bionic Titan. Though ConPay has out lasted them all and continues to run with new episodes to this day by taking several hiatuses throughout its long runtime – with its current airing season and those of the past being available on the Cartoon Network App.

There is news of a made-for-TV movie coming out next year in 2020 and that it is a supposed crossover between Constant Payne and Nickelodeon’s own Ben 10 (which debuted on that network in 2015). There is much speculation across both shows’ respective fandoms, particularly on the their Aminos and Sub-reddits, that this inter-channel crossover is an attempt by Nickelodeon to keep audiences interested in Ben 10, which has been dropping in quality and viewership over the past couple of years (leading to a lot of Ben 10 fans dropping the show and going over to Constant Payne instead...at least for those who don’t watch both already, they usually just drop Ben 10 & continue watching Constant Payne).

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Main character, and mascot of the series, Amanda Payne.​
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The pilot of the Nickelodeon animated series The Modifyers, which would premiere on the channel in 2008 and would run for a several years. It should be noted that it was one of the most expensive Nicktoons to produce.
 
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Screenshots of the episode "Spychangers to the Rescue," in the 2001 Transformers Robots in Disguise series, of humans fleeing a city during a battle between the Autobots and Predacons.
 
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Situation in the Syrian Civil War before the 2013 Spring Offensive.

One of the famous wars of the 21st Century and the Arab Spring was the First Syrian Civil War. The conflict started in 2011 over protests against two young boys being sent to prison for writing anti-Assad graffiti. In 2012, the conflict escalated, and by the Spring of 2013, Bashar al-Assad's regime was on the verge of collapse. In the Spring of that year, the Syrian Rebels launched a massive offensive against the regime. While Assad had the backing of Russia, his forces, demoralized and exhausted from the fighting, were overrun by the rebels.

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Syrian rebels in Damascus celebrating their victory over the Assad regime.

However, building a new government from scratch wasn't easy, as Assad loyalists, Kurdish militias, and Islamists refused to put down their weapons. Because of this, developments to rebuild the country proved difficult. Along with its defeat in the Kurdish War (2014-17) and these conditions, Syria again fell into Civil War in 2017.
 
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Election of 2012

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In 2008, John McCain was elected President of the United States, the first President to win both the electoral and popular vote since Bill Clinton. The economy was starting to improve by the election due to a non-partisan coalition of Democrats and Republicans following the 2010 Midterms. Abroad the McCain administration would support rebel groups in the Arab World during the Arab Spring. The most notable were Iraqi Republicans and Kurdish Separatists during the 2011 Iraqi Civil War and the moderate Syrian rebels during the Syrian Civil War of 2011-13.
McCain was easily renominated as the Republican candidate. However, the Democrats had chosen Russ Feingold of Wisconsin as their candidate. Feingold campaigned himself as a moderate and gave the Democrats most of the credit for the economy improving. While the Democrats had retaken all of the states in the Blue Wall and even taken Virginia and maintained their hold on the House, McCain was re-elected President, and the Republicans held their hold on the Senate.


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Newspaper article for the United States Presidential Election of 2012.
 
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Map of Jesusland, an Internet meme created shortly after the 2004 United States Presidential Election that satirizes the red/blue states scheme by dividing the United States and Canada into "The United States of Canada" and "Jesusland." The red symbolizes states won by incumbent President George W. Bush, and the blue represents states won by John Kerry and Canada.

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A version of the map with Alberta in red.
 
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October 31 2004, two days before election, persident Bush came to New york for his re-election campaign final sprint, his foreign policy to China, Russia, Iraq ( He always threatens Saddam Hussein, people don't know why, maybe he wanna take a revenge for his father assassination attempt in 1993) and recession in 2003-04 was strongly criticized by public. Therefore, he may succeed his father's fate......

PS: He abandoned Dick Cheney, picked John McCain as a running mate, got a narrowly victory in 2004 against Howard Dean, still f**k up on responding to Hurricane Katrina.
2008 Asia financial crisis didn't affect America that much, while Bush left office in Jan 20 2009, his popularity rate was 42%
Historians generally rank him as a mediocre president
 
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George W Bush's, State of the Union 2003.
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Following Democrats taking back the House majority in the midterms, due to the 2001 dot-com recession and the Enron scandal
Bush outlined a more hawkish foreign policy than previous speeches, focusing on the Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein as an 'Agent of Evil'

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Situation in the Syrian Civil War before the 2013 Spring Offensive.

One of the famous wars of the 21st Century and the Arab Spring was the First Syrian Civil War. The conflict started in 2011 over protests against two young boys being sent to prison for writing anti-Assad graffiti. In 2012, the conflict escalated, and by the Spring of 2013, Bashar al-Assad's regime was on the verge of collapse. In the Spring of that year, the Syrian Rebels launched a massive offensive against the regime. While Assad had the backing of Russia, his forces, demoralized and exhausted from the fighting, were overrun by the rebels.

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Syrian rebels in Damascus celebrating their victory over the Assad regime.

However, building a new government from scratch wasn't easy, as Assad loyalists, Kurdish militias, and Islamists refused to put down their weapons. Because of this, developments to rebuild the country proved difficult. Along with its defeat in the Kurdish War (2014-17) and these conditions, Syria again fell into Civil War in 2017.
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Syrian tanks in Damascus, June 2014.

On June 3, 2014, the first free and fair Syrian Presidential election was supposed to occur. However, in the lead-up to the election, various extremist groups had threatened violence if they weren't elected. Many in the Syrian military feared an outbreak of another Civil War. And so, on June 3, 2014, when the Syrian people were about to cast their vote for President, the Syrian armed forces took over various government buildings across the country and announced that the election is suspended until further notice. What resulted was a crackdown on loyalists to the Assad regime, Islamists, Kurdish militias, and protesters demanding the restoration of democracy. The new military government also announced that it is joining the Kurdish War on the side of the anti-Kurdish coalition (Iran and Iraq). However, joining the Kurdish War would bring about the downfall of the military regime in 2017.
 
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Map of the 2004 United States presidential election in Ohio.

Ohio decided the results of the 2004 United States presidential election. The Democratic candidate, John Kerry, won the state, which made him defeat incumbent President George W. Bush; however, Kerry became the first Democrat to win the electoral vote but not the popular vote. As of the 2020 election, this was the last time a Democrat carried Ohio.
 
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