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    Who were the other Maradonas?

    Who was Hugo Maradona? Hugo Maradona was a relatively successfully football player and also the brother of Diego Maradona. Arguably the greatest footballer of all time. To say he has lived in the shadows would be quite the understatement. Footballing families I remember collecting football cards in the early 90s much like other kids of […] More

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    Life Back to Normal “Next Winter” Says Vaccine Creator

    November 9th may well down in history as the moment that a vaccine for coronavirus was invented, but a week later and after those heady days of excitement a new reality has started to kick in. The solution isn’t going to be quick….. Prof Ugur Sahin, BioNTech co-founder and investor of said vaccine has predicted […] More

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    3 Weirdest Abandoned Communist Monuments In Europe

    If you’re an avid urban exploration enthusiast, then you’re in for a treat! If you didn’t know, a lot of European countries such as Bulgaria, Croatia, Poland, and former Czechoslovakia were under communist rule or partially ruled by communist parties. Most of the monuments during this era were destroyed but there are still remnants of […] More

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    Solomon Islands to ban Facebook

    The Solomon Islands are to ban Facebook, once upon a time this might have been viewed as front to freedom of speech, but the tide is turning on how the world view Mark Zuckerberg and his evil empire. The Solomon Islands doesn’t get into the news that much. There have been ethnic clashes in the […] More

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    Why are Digital Nomads such Assholes?

    What is a digital nomad? Technically a digital nomad is a person that works online and travels. The difference though, between “someone who works online and travels” and a “digital nomad” is the degree of pretentiousness and hipster-like they tend to be. Basically the less of a twat you are, the less of a digital […] More

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    The history of Cambodian Railways

    Colonialism is usually seen in the negative light it deserves, but nothing is ever black and white and in certain areas colonialism has left some positive impacts, from food to dare we say, railways! So what’s so special about Cambodian railways? To read about Vietnamese fusion cuisine click here. Cambodia was thus, much like Vietnam […] More

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    Irish cockneys and American cinema

    Introduction Having limited channels on cable, I was thrown into FOX “action movies”. The treat that befell me was one of the many, many poor American cinema adaptations of Robin Hood. As the bad guy started to do his usual crap speech about taxes, the “working class” people of Nottingham began to speak up about […] More

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