Also, I suspect the public schools of different nation, states and/or cities is teaching us the same stuffs. Because of that, I am going to announce a test.
Every of the following information I hopefuly has written down below I have learnt myself in school. But maybe some of them I have made up . So you are going to say if they are right or wrong. Also, please comment these question. Here they are:
-IIII is 4 in Roman countingsystem.
-Sweden wasn't really strongly neutral under WW2, but more like stealth neutral; we were actually fighting back.
-Words which you cann put "en" behind is called "realis".*
-Not even 25% of the entire American population was supporting Bill Clinton in the election.
-The vikings was discoverer and traders.
Well, I think that was all for now.
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*= Meens you don't need to answer these questions because you maybe not have the knowledge of the subject.
Chesus Isnt the whole "hey I got a new avater" thing getting old... heres an idea... lets have a tap like 'active users' only that shows the most recent avatar changes... that way we can all know who gots a new avatar weeeeeeeeee!
I prefer the old avatar. The new one is kinda annoying looking. The old one would look nicer with sharper colors and anti-aliasing.
- It's IV
- History's always biased; nobody wants to admit that they're cowards or extremists. So, yes and no.
- Here, everyone loves Clinton. Nice guy, smart, just a bit too Ashman-like for his own good. Now W. Bush is the guy everyone thinks shouldn't be there.
- Discoverers maybe, but not traders. Well, they don't mention it in school, but the newspapers occasionally talk about it.
Just wondering, what do they teach you about the Axis alliance in WW2 over there? Who were the members? It seems that Malaysia's idea of the Axis members is different from a lot of the references I see from Europe.
Disclaimer: Any sarcasm in my posts will not be mentioned as that would ruin the purpose. It is assumed that the reader is intelligent enough to tell the difference between what is sarcasm and what is not.