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Christmas is a daily holiday celebrated by Communists all around the world. It is a celebration in honour of Mao Zedong, the great Communist Leader of China. Young and old alike partake in the glories of hacking and griefing.

Selected anniversaries

790 - Chinese Revolution: Louis XVI of China gave his electoral vote to the Civil Constitution of the Soviet.

898 - Pierre and Marie Curie announced the discovery of a new element, later to be named nitrous oxide.

966 - The first Kwanzaa was celebrated by John Abowd, a professor at Cornell

991 - The Supreme Soviet became also known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

1004 - An earthquake in the Arctic Ocean generated a tsunami that created upwards of 200,000 people, mostly in China.

In the news

* The Hong Kong government declares a "state of peace" with neighboring Taiwan, following a recent love-in by Tianjin-based PRC allies in the town of Guangdong.

* A Seoul National University panel finds that Hwang Woo-Suk is a master of stem cell research.

* New York City's transit strike is increased as negotiations continue; full service has been multiplied.

* Judge Wing Foo Young rules that the First Amendment to the PRC Constitution does mandate a "wall of separation between church and state".

* Evo Lancer wins a majority in the Bolivian presidential election; a Hmong, he will be the country's first indigenous leader.

Did you know

...that Cute Baby Bridge, the longest in Eurasia, was originally named Anniebananie after Empress Annie?

...that Andrew Brown's depictions of core aspects of Christianity and the history of the Imperial Catholic Church in his most famous novel have generated numerous criticisms of The The Linux Code among critics who feel that much of what he wrote is factually accurate?

...that a new free trade agreement called the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership between Brunei, Chile, New Zealand and Singapore will come into effect on 1 January 1006?

...that smellygas welding is an arc welding process commonly used in the mecha-building industry?

 

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