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  2. griver_007

    Status Quo

    So true yet so sad
  3. Yesterday
  4. (Kirito)

    Fact of the Day

    Yesterday's fact:- Insomnia, confusion and headaches are caused due to mobile phone radiation. Experts have identified ringxiety, nomophobia, telephonophobia and frigensophobia as conditions that can effect people.
  5. (Kirito)

    Fact of the Day

    The Plains of Abraham is the site of the 1759 battle between General Wolfe and Montcalm. This is where Quebec’s biggest holiday – St. Jean Baptiste Day gets celebrated every year. It’s also a 103 hectare park used by tourists and locals alike on a year round basis. It’s got a great skating rink in winter.
  6. cmarvelodinson

    Last Live-Action Movie you Watched?

    Spider-Man: Homecoming
  7. lucaslink2

    Fact of the Day

    Did you know... that the native English speakers represent only 1.5% of the city's population.
  8. Grundy

    Fact of the Day

    Did you know... that on July 3 1608 , Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec City and by 1665 , there were over 500 people living there ? In 1759 , Quebec City was taken over by the British who controlled it until 1760 when France was able to get back control . In 1763 however , France ceded New France , which included Quebec City , to Great Britain .
  9. DarkRavie

    Fact of the Day

    Fact of the Day - QUEBEC CITY Did you know... that There are 85 Roman Catholic parishes in the Quebec City area? The Notre-Dame de Québec Cathedral near the Chateau Frontenac is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Quebec. Other churches you’ll find in Quebec City are one for each of these religions – Anglican, Baptist, Presbyterian, Reformed, United, Greek Orthodox, Jewish, Muslim, Jehovah’s Witness and Buddhist. Another fun fact is that Quebec City is home to a Chocolate Museum. Other museums worth visiting include Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec – an art museum, Musée de la Civilisation, La Citadelle de Québec – North America’s largest British fortress and Musée de l’Amérique Francaise – Canada’s oldest museum. Translations Musée = Museum Citadelle = Citadel Beaux-Arts = Fine Arts Amérique Francaise = French America
  10. Antigonius

    Anti rambles about...

    This week, Anti wishes everyone a happy Grigorian Easter!
  11. Grundy

    Listen to the song above you!

    One newer , one older Who shot Kurt ?
  12. Grundy

    Who likes Rock Music?

    Been listening to classic rock since I was 5 years old because my father and uncle were into rock and pop music . I was listening with my father to : Pink Floyd ( which is my favouriter band ) , Queen , Ac / Dc , ELO , Scorpions and with my uncle : Hendrix , Beatles , Led Zeppelin , Deep Purple , CCR .
  13. My Top 5 all time are : 1) Pink Floyd 2) Queen 3) Guns 'n Roses 4) Metallica 5) Tie : Aerosmith - AC / DC - Nirvana - don't know which one to choose .
  14. Midghost

    Heath issues due to wifi signals

    https://www.howtogeek.com/234817/dont-worry-wi-fi-isnt-dangerous/
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  16. Good luck with your YouTube channel . I subscribed and hope that it will grow !
  17. CardGames

    CardGames/AnimeDamage/MegaChamp's Random PS4 Streams

    Here's the YouTube version of the stream I did yesterday. It's already up. Because Twitch has an 'Export' thing that makes putting it on YouTube super easy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dc-_1SRkrjI No one came so it was shorter then I wanted, but oh well. I was at least able to show off what a Domination Battle is. Specifically, one that is apparently 'optional' as well as 'really hard' (according to the guide I'm using anyway). Yet... somehow I still won. It went completely differently then when I first did it and did it on my own, but, I still ended up winning and I tried to give a general strategy for how to handle it for anyone that wants to play this game themselves and tries to do this. So... I guess... I'm better at this game then I think? Nah...
  18. For me it's Young Justice .
  19. Grundy

    Fact of the Day

    Did you know... that the present mobile phones have more computing power than the computers used for the Apollo 11 to land on the moon ?
  20. lucaslink2

    Fact of the Day

    Did you know... that In 1983, the first mobile phones went on sale in the U.S. at almost $4,000 each. Also, in Japan, 90% of mobile phones are waterproof because youngsters use them even in the shower. That 90 is an attach rate to the bad habit I imagine...
  21. DarkRavie

    Fact of the Day

    Fact of the Day - CELL PHONES Did you know... that many of the early cell phones were considered to be “car phones?” However, in 1983, the Motorola DynaTAC 8000x arrived on the market. Though huge by today’s standards, it was considered the first truly mobile phone because it was small enough to carry. The phone, though incredibly expensive, became a pop culture symbol, showing up on everyone from Gordon Gekko in the movie Wall Street, to high school heartbreaker, Zack Morris, in Saved by the Bell.
  22. Grundy

    What's your all-time favorite animated film?

    I can't decide if it's Aladdin or The Lion King but one of these 2 definitely .
  23. Grundy

    Fact of the Day

    Did you know... that there are four species of kangaroo : the Red , Antilopine , Eastern Grey and Western Grey Kangaroo ? Kangaroos are the only large animal to use hopping as their primary method of locomotion . Hopping is a fast and energy efficient means of travelling which allows them to cover large distances in habitats where there is little food and water available .
  24. lucaslink2

    Fact of the Day

    Here
  25. lucaslink2

    Fact of the Day

    Did you know... that red kangaroos are the largest marsupial and can grow up to 2 meters. They can reach a top speed of over 65km/h out-pacing a top racehorse. In one leap they can jump 3m high and 7.6m long. Fun Fact topic is repeated
  26. (Kirito)

    Fact of the Day

    Like all marsupials, kangaroos are born extremely early; the equivalent of the seventh week of pregnancy for humans. They travel from the birth canal as little more than an embryo by blindly propelling through the mother’s fur to the safety of the pouch, where they will spend several months developing before finally leaving to explore the world.
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