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In an age when monarchies are an ancient relic, two important countries in Europe like the United Kingdom and the Netherlands still have monarchies. Both are constitutional monarchies with very little political power, yet they are an institution by themselves. However both monarchies have subtle differences that distinguish them from each other
Published by Madan Singh 38 months ago in Popular Culture | +1 votes | 0 comments
The Empire instilled a sense of pride in the average Britishers. He began to feel that he was part of the chosen race to rule the world. Thus Kipling’s comment about the colonies as the ‘White Man’s Burden’ gained currency. For close to a 100 years till 1939, which can be considered as the hay day of the British Empire the average Britishers especially the middle class felt it was their god given right to rule the world.
Published by Madan Singh 39 months ago in Popular Culture | +1 votes | 0 comments
Since the so called "Battle of Los Angeles, in the 1940's, southern California has been a hot bed of UFO, and alien phenomena activity. With the latest addition to the UFO craze, Ellen Henry, a member of a Santee, California historical society, has once again ignited the flames of debate. With no answers coming from the military, or local government officials, you the reader are asked to determine the authenticity of the claim.
Published by Joseph 43 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
Bigfoot, has captivated the imagination of explorers and would be discoverers for years. With the raging popularity of hit TV shows like Monsterquest, and Bigfoot Hunters, the celebrity of the mythical creature has once again peaked in the American public. Perhaps the excitement in the race to find Bigfoot is not in the prospect of finding one, but the search itself.
Published by Joseph 43 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
It was a big event: Riaan Cruywagen's final departure from the news desk. Never would the news ever be the same again. Never would SABC TV ever be the same. Some people said, "Riaan Cruywagen is leaving television in 2012, and they say the world is NOT ending??" There were lots of tears, lots of emotions. The end of a television icon's career on television broke like a nostalgic vase never to be repaired again. A retirement so final, nothing is more final. Or something along thos...
Published by Inforead 45 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
Americans are infatuated with the idea of conspiracy theories. These strange and often impossible tales tempt us, often causing us to abandon logic in the pursuit of supernatural, and secretive happenings. Of all of the theories that run through the public conscious three stand out as the most repeated, and endeared; these are those stories.
Published by Joseph 47 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are popular cultural designations that have been kept by most cultures that have advanced to the state of civilization that passes the tribal cultures known in Africa and in Australia. One of these popular cultural designations is the use of a last name to indicate family heritage. Your last name is your father's last name
Published by Nora K Anthony 48 months ago in Popular Culture | +1 votes | 0 comments
The use of labels in society has led us to falsely judge people based on hearsay. It is thought that people would rather categorize and keep their own labels than see for themselves. However there are those who will look at people with an open mind and give their colleagues a chance at proving themselves. Ideally labels should not be given however we do not live in a perfect society and many assume that others should perform better than they do without being realistic.
Published by Martin Dansky 48 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
The Indians love guns. During the days of the Raj, the British had restricted the issue of gun licenses to ordinary Indians as they feared another mutiny on the lines of 1857. But even at that time many Indians owned guns illegally and used them with impunity like the dacoits of the Chambal. Preently India has the largest number of illegal hand guns in the world
Published by Madan Singh 49 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
The traditional day of sharing your love with those you love, Valentine's Day needs to be remembered, traditionally, with Valentine's Day cards. It is expected from people like your spouse, your children, your parent's, your secretary, your significant others and any people with whom you share special feelings. Your valentine is someone you have a special bond of affection for and sending your friends valentine cards is the usual way of showing that bond, shared or not.
Published by Nora K Anthony 49 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
Before the 19th century the dress of the Pushtoons was a loose robe. It was similar to the robe worn by present day Arabs. From 1805 onwards the Pushtoons came into conflict with the Sikhs and a series of battles.Repeated defeats at the hands of the Sikhs unnerved the Afghans who thought that the best way to escape the wrath of Nalwa was to don the Punjabi dress i.e. Shalwar kameez and escape from the clutches of the Sikhs and Nalwa
Published by Madan Singh 49 months ago in Popular Culture | +1 votes | 0 comments
We all make mistakes from time to time. Some of them are little tiny errors that can be shrugged off, while mistakes are so epic, they become legend in their own right, and burn a place into the minds of everyone for decades to come. Those are the "Epic Oops", and they are committed by normal and extra-normal people all over the earth. In this article, we're going to look at some of the biggest mistakes made by famous and historical figures.
Published by Epic Strategist 51 months ago in Popular Culture | +1 votes | 0 comments
Philanthropy is the Art of Contribution. It's aim is to better the lives of our species on a whole, and to contemplate how many others ways we can contribute to the lives of those we know and don't know. Philanthropy is truly an epic pursuit, and while there are no rules about how you can contribute to people, there are some people who have managed to brand themselves as Epic Philanthropists, through their noble contributions to society.
Published by Epic Strategist 51 months ago in Popular Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are many fun facts concerning Halloween, a holiday steeped in rich tradition throughout the world. Halloween used to be a night where people were terrified for their souls being snatched by evil beings who could come through the thin veil between the world of the living and the dead! A holiday that is fun and enjoyable in this day and age was terrifying and ominous in ancient times. Many of our traditions we enjoy come from fear and trying to disguise oneself against the dark forces of ...
Published by Amy Russell 51 months ago in Popular Culture | +4 votes | 0 comments
Halloween is a fun and creative time each fall! In these tough financial times, money is hard to come by for many families. Its easy to throw away money on a whim and purchase a low quality, expensive costume is generic and expresses no individual creativity. This article will highlight how to save money, have fun building your own ensemble, and enjoy some thrift shopping along the way!
Published by Amy Russell 51 months ago in Popular Culture | +2 votes | 0 comments
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