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Muhammad Ali shaking hands with Bill Murray on the set of Saturday Night live as a way for DC comics to promote the Superman vs Muhammad Ali one-shot comic
 

The Crescendo of Revolution by Austrian painter Adolf Hitler depicting Marshal Ney hurriedly informing Napoleon of the defeat of the French at Austerlitz


The Last Ride also by Adolf Hitler depicting the Charge of the Guard to hold off Austrian attempts to capture the fleeing Napoleon


We Burn by an unknown painter depicting the Razing of Paris by General Beresford
 

The Crescendo of Revolution by Austrian painter Adolf Hitler depicting Marshal Ney hurriedly informing Napoleon of the defeat of the French at Austerlitz


The Last Ride also by Adolf Hitler depicting the Charge of the Guard to hold off Austrian attempts to capture the fleeing Napoleon


We Burn by an unknown painter depicting the Razing of Paris by General Beresford
Seems like Hitler had been admitted into Art school.
 

A typical apartment complex in Appalachia, a small republic on Earth 2667-Iota. The native culture is very eco-friendly and much focus is placed on minimizing human impact, hence the small footprint of these buildings. Me and my grad students have learned a lot from our visit.
-Nick Harrison, Department of Parallel Cultural Studies, Yale University
 

Taco Bell sniper firing the final shot of the Franchise Wars.
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A 2018 docudrama, Web of Fries focuses the on the discovery and collapse of the Big Fry Conspiracy, the cabal of long established chain restaurants, and how the curiosity of one small advertising executive kicked started one of the most destructive conflicts north america had ever seen, the Franchise Wars. While the performances of its cast were universally praised, the movie drew much criticism from historians and Franchise War veterans alike, who criticized the film for overblowing Taco Bells early role in the conflict and sanitising much of the bloodshed of that period. Despite the criticism, the film went on to win 4 oscars and countless other awards

OOC: Based on this. Yeah, that's a thing Taco Bell really did
 
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A 2018 docudrama, Web of Fries focuses the on the discovery and collapse of the Big Fry Conspiracy, the cabal of long established chain restaurants, and how the curiosity of one small advertising executive kicked started one of the most destructive conflicts north america had ever seen, the Franchise Wars. While the performances of its cast were universally praised, the movie drew much criticism from historians and Franchise War veterans alike, who criticized the film for overblowing Taco Bells early role in the conflict and sanitising much of the bloodshed of that period. Despite the criticism, the film went on to win 4 oscars and countless other awards

OOC: Based on this. Yeah, that's a thing Taco Bell really did
Somebody make this into a timeline
 
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A 2018 docudrama, Web of Fries focuses the on the discovery and collapse of the Big Fry Conspiracy, the cabal of long established chain restaurants, and how the curiosity of one small advertising executive kicked started one of the most destructive conflicts north america had ever seen, the Franchise Wars. While the performances of its cast were universally praised, the movie drew much criticism from historians and Franchise War veterans alike, who criticized the film for overblowing Taco Bells early role in the conflict and sanitising much of the bloodshed of that period. Despite the criticism, the film went on to win 4 oscars and countless other awards

OOC: Based on this. Yeah, that's a thing Taco Bell really did
If I make a thread for the Franchise Wars will you repost this there?
Demolition Man?
Of course.
More please
I see what I can do but I not the most creative of thinkers.
 
More please
Demolition Man?
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A 2018 docudrama, Web of Fries focuses the on the discovery and collapse of the Big Fry Conspiracy, the cabal of long established chain restaurants, and how the curiosity of one small advertising executive kicked started one of the most destructive conflicts north america had ever seen, the Franchise Wars. While the performances of its cast were universally praised, the movie drew much criticism from historians and Franchise War veterans alike, who criticized the film for overblowing Taco Bells early role in the conflict and sanitising much of the bloodshed of that period. Despite the criticism, the film went on to win 4 oscars and countless other awards

OOC: Based on this. Yeah, that's a thing Taco Bell really did
Somebody make this into a timeline
The Franchise Wars - For anyone and everyone who wants to participate.
 

A mechanical horse in use on a farm on the eastern fringes of the Byzantine Empire. These machines are fairly common on Earth 1174-Rho. The locals have been willing to let us examine simple farming equipment like this, but we’re still negotiating for more detailed schematics.
-Dr. Lopez, Science Team 67


(Based on this: http://www.johnlopezstudio.com/)
 
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I was actually thinking more like the Russian steppe. I can’t do anything about the Western getup the guy is wearing. I guess Eurasia had it’s own version of cowboy culture in this TL.
I really like the idea of a global Byzantine Empire but maybe an American or British Empire exists on this world that strongly influences fashion.
 
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