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Two photographs of the space station Mir-2, featuring the Soviet Space Shuttle Burya and American Space Shuttle Challenger, Circa 2002
 
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Chavez was spotted at the premiere of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness showing off her movie-accurate outfit, complete with an added pride flag pin. (Mark Herriworth/San Antonio Times)

AMERICA CHAVEZ: Her rise to stardom, explained

13 April 2022
Henry Quayle



It's been 3 months since America Chavez, the beloved world-hopper, appeared in our reality. Ever since, she's accrued a large amount of popularity across the world, appearing in hundreds of talk shows and becoming a social media icon practically over the course of 1 week.

With a new anthology series about her adventures now in the works, it's time to unpack her history...
 
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Another photo from that weird "madman" incident up in Boston. What's your opinion on the whole thing? I thought its some new superdrug, and I'm inclined to agree, you can see laboratory equipment and a croge* in one of the photos.

Likely some guy got high on crogite**. Poor guy. They found him all bloody and stuff.



NOTES:
* short for CaroGen, a revolutionary 2041 invention that allows for the easy production of foodstuffs and other organic materials in a "3D-print" manner. Now in its second edition.
** Of course, some people took to generating drugs during the first release, now assisted by the second edition's more advanced features.
 
A vintage postal sticker of the American flag in 1926, The flag was redesigned right after the First Great War when the Union gained Kentucky, Northern Virginia, and Western Texas, which the portion of the land converted to the State of Houston.

In the Universe of the Southern Victory, with my Twist.
 

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LAYMAN's view of UTOPIA
decadely photos of an average citizen's experience in a utopian future timeline

part 5/10:
2150s to 2170s

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2150s: Sights like this surreal world, now dubbed "Uniqia" after the discoverer's daughter's preferred name for it, are a common occurrence for finger-tourists who choose to use warp drives to find an exotic place outside of the Solar System. Wondering about the name? It's a leftover from when they would point a finger at a certain spot in the night sky and go there, usually for a vacation or a honeymoon. Although antiquated, celestial randomizers are preferred by most modern finger-tourists.


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2160: With the success of lifex (life extension) and biohancing treatments as far back as the late 2020s, you're sure to have many people like Britannian resident Fiona Marwick, photographed here in the summer of 2164, just days before her 240th birthday.

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2170s: You can expect a view like this outside your window on the residential cylinds of the MegaColonos, the largest known structure created by mankind, at an estimated 1000 km in length. The apartments seen in this particular residential cylind tend to cost about ¢50,000 (universal credits) per month.
 
2160: With the success of lifex (life extension) and biohancing treatments as far back as the late 2020s, you're sure to have many people like Britannian resident Fiona Marwick, photographed here in the summer of 2164, just days before her 240th birthday.
240-year-old Fiona Marwick for Prime Minister of Britannia in 2164!
 
President Nixon visiting Mexico to meet with the Prime Minister about giving Baja California, Sonora, and Chihuahua back to Mexico as Good Will between America and Mexico. (1962)

*Southern Victory, but with my twist.
 

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GONCHAROV (1973), directed by Martin Scorsese, is a darkly cynical and satirical exploration of the mafia and organized crime. Set primarily in southern Italy, the story focuses on the lives of Andrey and Goncharov, two men thrust into conflict as Italian and Russian organized crime clash, Katya the woman they both love and the deeper feelings all three have for each other. Long considered a flop, the heavy homoerotic undertones has helped find it new life in the age of streaming, with its closing “It’s Goncharovin’ time” scene in which the protagonists share one last moment before violence erupts now seen as a new cinema classic. In recent interviews, actress Lynda Carter has expressed deep regrets about having turned down the role of Katya

(Tumblr has decided to go full kayfabe and collectively invent a fictional gangster movie and honestly, some of the ideas they've had are pretty damn interesting. Massaged some details to try and make a more comprehensible plot)
 
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GONCHAROV (1973), directed by Martin Scorsese, is a darkly cynical and satirical exploration of the mafia and organized crime. Set primarily in southern Italy, the story focuses on the lives of Andrey and Goncharov, two men thrust into conflict as Italian and Russian organized crime clash, Katya the woman they both love and the deeper feelings all three have for each other. Long considered a flop, the heavy homoerotic undertones has helped find it new life in the age of streaming, with its closing “It’s Goncharovin’ time” scene in which the protagonists share one last moment before violence erupts now seen as a new cinema classic. In recent interviews, actress Lynda Carter has expressed deep regrets about having turned down the role of Katya

(Tumblr has decided to go full kayfabe and collectively invent a fictional gangster movie and honestly, some of the ideas they've had are pretty damn interesting. Massaged some details to try and make a more comprehensible plot)
Oh, I feel there will be a sea of "Cranberries".
 
A U.S. patent showing the GameCube accessory the Starmote
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(This is actually a 2006 U.S. patent for what would be the Wii Mote, which was shown as a GameCube accessory)
 
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