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« on: January 29, 2010, 03:21:59 am »

FORUM AND MODERATION RULES AND GUIDELINES:

First, I want to remind you of the rules recently written by Dave Leip.

These rules are here to be abiden by and moderation, actions and sanctions to be implemented if need be.

I'm implementing a new tracking tool for reported posts and moderator actions.  Now, all reported posts ("Report to Moderator") are saved and the moderators report the type of action taken (deleted/modified or no action and reason).  This provides a record of the reports and actions taken.  If there are any concerns with moderator action, I can review any complaints.  

Furthermore, I'm also implementing a new framework based on reported posts.  The following is a guideline and can be modified subject to moderator inputs.
  • At 3, 6, and 9 reported posts in which a moderator deletes or modifies the post, a warning is generated that sends a PM to the member showing the original posts that were moderated.
  • 10 reported posts in which a moderator deletes or modifies the post will place the member on moderated posting for 5 days.  
  • 15 reported posts in which a moderator deletes or modifies the post will place the member on moderated posting for an additional 10 days.  
  • 20 reported posts in which a moderator deletes or modifies the post will ban the member.

Only posts with date stamps after this message count.

Reported posts in which the moderator takes no action do not count.

There is an avenue to appeal the count of mod actions by sending a PM to myself.

Types of posts that are deleted or modified: personal attacks, profanity/vulgarity, discrimination/hatefulness, trolling/baiting, spam.

Note that immediate ban or mod review can be implemented for more serious violations.  It is my hope that these changes will improve the posting quality, improve the consistency of actions, and make the forum a better place.

Thanks for your help,
Dave

Some Guidelines (will continue to add to this list)
Personal Attacks: Personal attacks include extraneous words in a post that demean the poster you are debating, such as I disagree, you "*$#" (fill in the blank) or "I'm not sure that you can comprehend this, but ..."  All personal attacks are deleted when reported.  Veiled or subtle attacks will also be deleted when reported.  

Profanity and Vulgarity: Please refrain from using profanity and vulgarity.  Such posts are subject to deletion or modification when reported.

Discrimination and Hateful Speech: Posts deemed to be discriminatory or hateful against other posters or groups in general due to race, religion, etc. are deleted when reported.

Empty Quoting: One empty quote can be considered agreement with the statement.  Although I prefer you add your own words, I'm ok with reasonable levels.  Empty quoting yourself to bump a thread or to try to reiterate your position is considered spam.

Bumping old threads: bumping a very old thread with little substance (especially with an empty quote) is considered spam.  You can revitalize an old thread if there is new information to discuss or new members whom would like to engage in quality discussions.


I know that those who take part in survivors are respectful forumers, but rules are also here to be reminded of.

Now you can enjoy this child board !
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« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2010, 10:14:47 am »

SPECIFIC RULES FOR SURVIVORS / MANAGEMENT OF SURVIVORS:

1) Themes

Of course, we are on a political forum, in an "election and history games" board, so survivors allowed here deal with elections, politics, history (political, military, social, economic, religious,...), geography, economics, sociological matters.
These will be called "on-topic" survivors.

The "off-topic" survivors - dealing with every other subject you can imagine - are allowed on a limited basis, i.e. provided there is a maximum of 5 of them active at any given time.

What is more, a forumer isn't allowed to manage more than 2 off-topic survivors at any given time (but can manage on-topic survivors at the same time).



2) Waiting lists and options

There is another stickied topic in which you can take out an option on an idea of survivor, so that other forumers don't "steal" the idea (Wink).

Options are valid for 2 months: during these 2 months, only the forumer who has taken out the option is authorized to manage the corresponding survivor.
If not used, the option can be renewed only after 1 more month.

What is more, for off-topic survivors, there is a waiting list, where you must put down your idea of off-topic survivor.
Only the first 5 of the list can be run at the same time and one forumer can't manage more than 2 off-topics survivor at any given time.

If the idea of a survivor is stolen, it will be deleted.
If an off-topic survivor is started too early, I'll lock it.



3) Past survivors

I've also made a list of survivors already organized.
The rule I want you to abide by is that a survivor shall not be organized on the same subject for one year after the end of the preceding one.

I'll lock the topic until the organizer explains me what he thinks and then unlock it or remove it.

A survivor that includes another one (Latin America presidents Survivor includes, at least partly, Argentine's presidents survivor) will not be considered as the same survivor.



4) Inactivity

A survivor who is inactive for 3 weeks will be considered as available for any other forumer to resume it or even to restart it.
I'll be able to lock it or to allow another forumer to resume or restart it.

By "inactive for 3 weeks", you should understand that the latest round has been opened for more than 3 weeks.

A survivor managed by a banned poster will be locked ASAP, as it is immediately inactive, and will be available immediately for any other forumer who wants to resume it or to restart it.

A list of thus available survivors has been made in the other stickied topic.



5) Management of survivors

- Each survivor must take up as few topics or threads as possible.
It is forbidden to make one topic for each round: I'll merge them and, if the problem is repeated, I'll lock or remove the topics.
But, of course, you can organize your survivor with a few groups and a topic dealing with organization and results.

- Before starting a survivor, please take a look at how many are already open and please take a look at the lists in the other stickied topic, in order not to create an artificial list of names or a list of names too close to another one.

To be interesting and useful, survivors must lead us to read, to learn, to search about names whom we don't know enough or at all.
So, we need to have a fair amount of simultaneously active survivors, not an excessive amount of them.

- Please update your survivors periodically, but try not to do it more than once per 24 hours, so that every inhabitant of planet Earth is able to vote Grin.

- If you want to drop a survivor, let me know it in an explicit way, so that I can lock the topic, give the survivor to another forumer or make the subject available for another forumer to restart it.



I am entitled to lock any survivor that doesn't fit the rules or even to remove it.
We need to keep as many active survivors as we can on the main page. So, the threads that do not abide by the rules can be deleted quickly.

If you want to complain, please first use PMs and/or the other stickied topic on "debates, complaints,...", which has been created for this very purpose.

Enjoy the survivors !
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« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2010, 03:57:34 pm »

List of completed survivors (unavailable for one year after their end):

International:
Women in 20th-21st centuries political dynasties (7 February 12)
Countries with Spanish as official language (5 January 12)
Roman Emperors until the fall of Rome (12 August 11)
Military leaders pre-20th century (1 August 11)
Most developed country (11 July 11)
TIME Person of the Year (21 June 11)
British Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories (14 June 11)
Current members of the UN Security Council (6 May 11)
Longest ruling non-royal leaders (29 April 11)
The Commonwealth of Nations (8 April 11)
La Francophonie (8 April 11)
Community of Portuguese Language countries (16 March 11)
Non-UN member states with limited recognition (4 March 11)
Socialist International (3 March 11)
Popes of Rome (3 Jan 11)
UN list of non-self-governing territories (3 Dec 10)
Most influential figures in history (11 Nov 10)
Members and leaders of OPEC (24 Oct 10)
Hitler's allies and cohorts (2 July 10)
World's current reigning monarchs (28 June 10)
Countries with a population of less than 1 million (15 June 10)
Dictators - current (25 March 10)
G8 Leaders (5 March 10)
Major WWII battles (18 Feb 10)
Nobel peace prize winners (5 Feb 10)
Nobel peace prize awarded institutions (2 Jan 10)
20th century History makers (10 Dec 09)
Famous assassins (20 Nov 09)
Presidents of the EU Commission (21 Sep 09)
League of Nations and UN General Secretaries (21 Sep 09)
World Leaders (14 Aug 09)

European countries:
Spanish Prime ministers post-Franco (17 May 12)
Presidents of the French Republic (10 May 12)
Greenlandic Prime ministers (4 May 12)
Countries of the former Soviet Union (31 August 11)
Spanish notable politicians (24 August 11)
Countries of the former Yugoslavia (15 August 11)
Western Europe political parties (25 July 11)
German Monarchs (840-1806) (18 June 11)
Spanish political parties (17 May 11)
Polish presidential election 1995 (30 April 11)
Polish presidential election 1922 (2) (25 April 11)
Polish presidential election 1922 (1) (24 April 11)
Stalin's names/aliases/codenames/nicknames (24 April 11)
Polish presidential election 1990 (23 April 11)
Regions of Italy (7 April 11)
English/British monarchs, 1066-present (5 April 11)
Rulers of Prussia (1 March 11)
Languages of the EU (11 Jan 11)
Democratic parliamentary elections in Germany (11 Jan 11)
Biggest French cities (1 Jan 11)
Ceremonial counties of England (31 Dec 10)
Parliament Houses and Congresses of the former Soviet Union (see Asian countries)
Swedish State Ministers (3 Dec 10)
Chief executioners of the French Republic (27 Nov 10)
UK Liberal, Lib Dem and SDP leaders (8 Nov 10)
Modern French marshals (8 Nov 10)
Largest cities of Germany (5 Nov 10)
French legislative elections (18 Oct 10)
Ancient France's provinces (7 Oct 10)
Austrian states (6 Oct 10)
German federal states (25 Sep 10)
Countries of Modern Europe (8 Sep 10)
Italian PMs (post 1945) (11 Aug 10)
French referendums and plebiscites (1 Aug 10)
Soviet Politburo (29 July 10)
Spanish Prime ministers (26 July 10)
Post-WW2 UK PMs (23 July 10)
French presidential elections (20 July 10)
French Fillon cabinet (19 July 10)
UK Conservative party leaders (7 July 10)
UK Labour party leaders (7 July 10)
German political parties (27 June 10)
French political parties (24 June 10)
German resistance (5 June 10)
Polish post-1918 heads of state (12 May 10)
German presidents (2 May 10)
French presidential contenders 1848-2007 (25 April 10)
Post-1939 Polish PMs (2 April 10)
French right "présidentiables" (1 April 10)
Hitler's helpers (29 March 10)
Austrian chancellors and presidents (29 March 10)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth elective monarchs (24 March 10)
Bavarian PMs (18 March 10)
French PS "présidentiables" (16 March 10)
Stalin's Marshals (15 March 10)
Marshals of Poland (6 March 10)
Current leaders of the EU member states (25 Feb 10)
Hitler's marshals and admirals (18 Feb 10)
Napoleon's marshals (16 Feb 10)
French 20th century presidents and PMs (4 Jan 10)
Irish presidents and PMs (2 Jan 10)
Vichy France heads of state and government (3 Dec 09)
Bourbons to Bonapartes (12 Nov 09)
Tudor Monarchs (9 Nov 09)
Stalin inner circle (14 Sep 09)
Post-Salazar Portugal presidents and PMs (7 Sep 09)
Soviet and sister party leaders from Warsaw Pact (3 Sep 09)
Polish presidents (24 July 09)
German Chancellors (21 July 09)

Asian, Oceanian and African countries:
Districts of Israel (28 July 11)
Indian States and Union Territories (7 May 11)
Political parties of Israel (28 Feb 11)
Parliament Houses and Congresses of the former Soviet Union (29 Dec 10)
Countries of Asia (14 Dec 10)
Parliament Houses and Congresses of Oceanian countries (23 Nov 10)
Countries of Africa (22 Nov 10)
Indian Political Parties (3 Nov 10)
Australia/NZ party logos (15 Oct 10)
Apartheid-era South African leaders (29 June 10)
Israeli PMs (27 May 10)
Presidents and PMs of the PR of China (13 May 10)
Saddam Hussein's inner circle (5 May 10)
Australian PMs (2 May 10)
Turkey presidents and PMs (16 April 10)
Flags of Iraq (26 March 10)
Arab 20th-21st centuries leaders (25 March 10)
Iraqi leaders (6 March 10)
Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran (25 Feb 10)
Kings of Saudi Arabia (19 Feb 10)
Current leaders of the Arab League member states (17 Feb 10)
India's PMs (19 Nov 09)
Post 1945 Korean leaders (1 Nov 09)
Bangladeshi leaders (1 Sep 09)

American countries:
Presidents of Brazil (8 May 12)
Mexican presidential contenders since 1988 (14 August 11)
Post-Revolution Mexican presidents (16 Jan 11)
Canadian cities (8 Jan 11)
Brazilian presidential elections (3 Jan 11)
Parliament Houses and Congresses of North and Central America (15 Dec 10)
Brazilian states (12 Oct 10)
Canada by-elections (with PM Harper) (8 Oct 10)
US/Canada party logos (30 Sep 10)
Canada's provinces and territories (14 Sep 10)
Mexican states (9 Sep 10)
Latin-American History (22 March 10)
Canadian Prime Ministers (13 March 10)
Argentina's presidents (16 Feb 10)
Brazilian Old Republic (20 Jan 10)
Brazilian presidents (16 Aug 09)
Canadian Premiers (states) (9 June 09)

USA:
Texas Presidents (8 May 12)
US States by region (14 December 11)
US Cities (6 October 11)
Counties of New York (21 July 11)
US Presidents by military rank (15 July 11)
Signatories of the Declaration of Independence (2 June 11)
Texas gubernatorial candidates since 1990 (13 April 11)
US presidential signatures (15 March 11)
US Congressmen and Governors members of the KKK (11 March 11)
Governors of New York (27 Feb 11)
Confederate cabinet (19 Feb 11)
2010 defeated US House incumbents (14 Feb 11)
Governors of the State of Alaska (25 Jan 11)
US constitutional amendments (19 Jan 11)
Congressmen of New England (18 Nov 10)
Massachusetts Governors since 1900 (15 Nov 10)
2010 New York Governors candidates (27 Oct 10)
Bush Vulcans (25 Oct 10)
US Congressional delegations (23 Oct 10)
US largest cities of each state (6 Oct 10)
US/Canada party logos (see American countries)
Governors of California (23 Sep 10)
US Black Representatives (21 Sep 10)
Illinois Representatives (11 Aug 10)
US States capitals (6 Aug 10)
Democratic party tickets (20 July 10)
Obama/Clinton 2008 campaign team (13 July 10)
Republican party tickets (11 July 10)
US presidential elections (1 July 10)
Potential 2012 presidential candidates (30 June 10)
US Vice Presidents (25 June 10)
Democratic presidential nominees (17 June 10)
US presidential elections losers (9 June 10)
House committee chairmen and ranking members (16 May 10)
US Senators (15 May 10)
US Supreme Court chief justices (14 May 10)
Independent US presidential candidates (5 May 10)
US States and Territories (1 May 10)
Republican presidential nominees (30 April 10)
21st century presidents of the USA (6 April 10)
Libertarian presidential nominees (3 April 10)
Democratic-Republican presidential nominees (25 March 10)
CSA states and territories (19 March 10)
Whig US presidential nominees (8 March 10)
Federalist US presidential nominees (7 March 10)
1992 Democratic party primary (13 Feb 10)
2008 Republican presidential candidates (23 Jan 10)
2008 Democratic presidential candidates (20 Jan 10)
1996 Republican presidential candidates (20 Jan 10)
2004 Democratic presidential candidates (19 Jan 10)
Current Senators from former confederate states (11 Jan 10)
Current Senators from New England states (9 Jan 10)
Recent major third party presidential tickets (7 Jan 10)
Senate majority leaders (9 Sep 09)
Obama cabinet (25 Aug 09)
US State Governors (30 July 09)

Varia:
Olympic host cities (3 May 12)
Books of the Bible (28 February 12)
Star Trek: the original series characters (8 August 11)
Years of the 21st century (29 July 11)
US networks news anchors (21 July 11)
Months of the Year (8 June 11)
Days of the Week (4 June 11)
Modern Latin Alphabet (16 May 11)
Arabic digits (20 April 11)
FIFA Football World Cup winners (30 March 11)
Instruments of the orchestra (26 March 11)
Solar system (3 March 11)
International corporations (19 Feb 11)
Monty Python (4 Jan 11)
Ridley Scott films (30 Dec 10)
Quentin Tarantino films (23 Dec 10)
Stanley Kubrick films (16 Dec 10)
Adventures of Asterix (10 Dec 10)
West Wing presidential elections, 2006 (candidates) (30 Oct 10)
Survivors (27 Oct 10)
Chess world champions and challengers (10 Oct 10)
The adventures of Tintin (2 Oct 10)
Wonders of the World (26 Sep 10)
Casablanca characters (28 Aug 10)
Dr.Strangelove's characters (15 July 10)
Greek gods and goddesses (27 Jan 10)
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« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2010, 06:18:05 am »

List of winners:

International:
Women in 20th-21st centuries political dynasties: Eva PERON
Countries with Spanish as official language: ARGENTINA
Roman Emperors until the fall of Rome AUGUSTUS
Military leaders pre-20th century: HANNIBAL BARCA
Most developed country: FRANCE
TIME Person of the Year: Mikhail GORBACHEV
British Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories: GIBRALTAR
Current members of the UN Security Council: INDIA
Longest ruling non-royal leaders: Josip BROZ TITO
The Commonwealth of Nations: MALTA
La Francophonie: VIETNAM
Community of Portuguese Language countries: BRAZIL
Non-UN member states with limited recognition: SOMALILAND
Socialist International: SPD
Popes of Rome: GREGORY I
UN list of non-self-governing territories: WESTERN SAHARA
Most influential figures in history: ARISTOTLE
Members and leaders of OPEC: IRAN / Hugo CHAVEZ
Hitler's allies and cohorts: Carl Gustaf Emil MANNERHEIM
World's current reigning monarchs: JUAN CARLOS I of Spain
Countries with a population of less than 1 million: MONTENEGRO
Dictators - current: José Eduardo DOS SANTOS
G8 Leaders: Angela MERKEL
Major WWII battles: Battle of STALINGRAD
Nobel peace prize winners: Albert SCHWEITZER
20th century History makers: Mohandas GANDHI
Famous assassins: Jan KUBIS
Nobel peace prize awarded institutions: AMNESTY International
Presidents of the EU Commission: Jacques DELORS
League of Nations and UN General Secretaries: Dag HAMMARSKJOLD
World Leaders: Mohamed NASHEED

European countries:
Spanish Prime ministers post-Franco: Felipe GONZALEZ
Presidnts of the French Republic: Charles de GAULLE
Greenlandic Prime ministers: Kuupik KLEIST
Countries of the former Soviet Union: RUSSIA
Spanish notable politicians: Santiago CARRILLO
Countries of the former Yugoslavia: SLOVENIA
Western Europe political parties: DNA-NORWEGIAN LABOUR PARTY
German Monarchs (840-1806): FRIEDRICH II
Spanish political parties: PNV - Partido Nacionalisto Vasco
Polish presidential election 1995: Jacek KURON
Polish presidential election 1922 (2): Stanislaw WOJCIECHOWSKI
Polish presidential election 1922 (1): Ignacy DASZYNSKI
Stalin's names/aliases/codenames/nicknames: KOBA
Polish presidential election 1990: Tadeusz MAZOWIECKI
Regions of Italy: SICILY
English/British monarchs, 1066-present: ELIZABETH I
Rulers of Prussia: FRIEDRICH II
Languages of the EU: GERMAN
Democratic parliamentary elections in Germany: 1972
Biggest French cities: STRASBOURG
Parliament Houses and Congresses of the former Soviet Union (see Asian countries)
Swedish State Ministers: Hjalmar BRANTING
Ceremonial counties of England: CUMBRIA
Chief executioners of the French Republic: Anatole DEIBLER
UK Liberal, Lib Dem and SDP leaders: Archibald SINCLAIR
Modern French marshals: Philippe LECLERC de HAUTECLOCQUE
Largest cities of Germany: NÜRNBERG
French legislative elections: 1986
Ancient France's provinces: NORMANDIE
Austrian states: SALZBURG
German Federal States: RHINELAND-PALATINATE
Countries of modern Europe: HUNGARY
Italian PMs (post 1945): Aldo MORO
French referendums and plebiscites: October 1962
Soviet Politburo: Mikhail GORBACHEV
Spanish Prime ministers: Francisco LARGO CABALLERO
Post-WW2 UK PMs: Clement ATTLEE
French presidential elections: 1974
French Fillon cabinet: François FILLON
UK Conservative party leaders: Harold McMILLAN
UK Labour party leaders: Clement ATTLEE
German political parties: SPD
French political parties: Parti Socialiste
German resistance: Sophie SCHOLL
Post-1918 Polish heads of state: Gabriel NARUTOWICZ
German presidents: Gustav HEINEMANN
French presidential contenders 1848-2007: Charles de GAULLE
Post-1939 Polish PMs: Tadeusz MAZOWIECKI
French right "présidentiables": Alain JUPPE
Hitler's helpers: Adolf GALLAND
Austrian chancellors and presidents: Karl SEITZ
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth elective monarchs: Stefan I BATORY
Bavarian PMs: Wilhelm HOEGNER
French PS "présidentiables": Pierre MOSCOVICI
Stalin's Marshals: Ivan KONEV
Marshals of Poland: Jozef PILSUDSKI
Current leaders of the EU member states: José SOCRATES
Hitler's marshals and admirals: Erwin von WITZLEBEN
Napoleon's marshals: Nicolas DAVOUT
French 20th century presidents and PMs: Pierre MENDES-FRANCE
Irish presidents and PMs: Sean LEMASS
Vichy France heads of state and government: Pierre-Etienne FLANDIN
Bourbons to Bonapartes: NAPOLEON I
Tudor Monarchs: MARY I
Soviet and sister party leaders from Warsaw Pact: Imre NAGY
Stalin inner circle: Nikolai BULGANIN
Post-Salazar Portugal presidents and PMs: Jorge SAMPAIO
Polish presidents: Gabriel NARUTOWICZ
German Chancellors: Willy BRANDT

Asian, Oceanian and African countries:
Districts of Israel: NORTHERN DISTRICT
Indian States and Union Territories: KERALA
Political parties of Israel: UNITED ARAB LIST
Parliament Houses and Congresses of the former Soviet Union: ESTONIA
Countries of Asia: INDIA
Parliament Houses and Congresses of Oceanian countries: FIJI
Countries of Africa: GHANA
Indian Political Parties: SAMAJWADI PARTY
Australia/NZ party logos: MAORI PARTY
Apartheid-era South African leaders: Frederik Willem de KLERK
Israeli PMs: David BEN GURION
Presidents and PMs of the PR of China: ZHAO Ziyang
Saddam Hussein's inner circle: Mohammed Saeed Kazim AL-SAHAF
Australian PMs: Robert MENZIES
Turkey presidents and PMs: Cemal GURSEL
Flags of Iraq: 1921-1958
Arab 20th-21st centuries leaders: Michel AFLAQ
Iraqi leaders: Abdul Karim QASIM
Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran: Mehdi BAZARGAN
Kings of Saudi Arabia: Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman Al SAUD
Current leaders of the Arab League member states: Saad HARIRI
India's PMs: Lal Bahadur SHASTRI
Post 1945 Korean leaders: KIM Dae-Jung
Bangladeshi leaders: Mujibur RAHMAN

American countries:
Presidents of Brazil: Luis Inacio "Lula" DA SILVA
Mexican presidential contenders since 1988: Manuel CLOUTHIER DEL RINCON
Post-Revolution Mexican presidents: Plutarco Elias CALLES
Canadian cities: MONTREAL
Brazilian presidential elections: 1989
Parliament Houses and Congresses of North and Central America: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Brazilian states: BAHIA
Canada by-elections (with PM Harper): OUTREMONT 2007 (Thomas Mulcair)
US/Canada party logos: LIBERAL PARTY
Canada's provinces and territories: QUEBEC
Mexican states: VERACRUZ
Latin-American History: Benito JUAREZ
Canadian Prime Ministers: Lester Bowles PEARSON
Argentina's presidents: Raul ALFONSIN
Brazilian Old Republic: Venceslau BRAS
Brazilian presidents: Itamar FRANCO
Canadian Premiers (states): Danny WILLIAMS

US Politics:
Texas Presidents: Sam HOUSTON
US States by region: VIRGINIA
US Cities: PHILADELPHIA
Counties of New York: NIAGARA COUNTY
US Presidents by milmitary rank: Dwight EISENHOWER
Signatories of the Declaration of Independence: Roger SHERMAN
Texas gubernatorial candidates since 1990: Richard "Kinky" FRIEDMAN
US presidential signatures: James A. GARFIELD
US Congressmen and Governors members of the KKK: George GORDON
Governors of New York: Nelson ROCKEFELLER
Confederate cabinet: Alexander STEPHENS
2010 defeated US House incumbents: Tom PERRIELLO
Governors of the State of Alaska: Tony KNOWLES
US constitutional amendments: FIRST AMENDMENT
Congressmen of New England: Bernie SANDERS
Massachusetts Governors since 1900: Leverett SALTONSTALL
2010 New York Governor candidates: Jimmy McMILLAN
Bush Vulcans: Robert ZOELLICK
US Congressional delegations: WISCONSIN
US largest cities of each state: NEW YORK CITY
US/Canada party logos: see American countries
Governors of Califormia: George PARDEE
US Black Representatives: Bobby SCOTT
Illinois Representatives: Bill FOSTER
US States capitals: BOSTON
Democratic party tickets: John KENNEDY / Lyndon JOHNSON
Obama/Clinton 2008 campaign team: David PLOUFFE
Republican party tickets: Dwight EISENHOWER / Richard NIXON
US presidential election: 1860
Potential 2012 presidential candidates: Howard DEAN
US Vice Presidents: Albert GORE
Democratic presidential nominees: Franklin ROOSEVELT
US presidential election losers: Tom DEWEY
House committee chairmen and ranking members: Howard McKEON
US Senators: Russell FEINGOLD
US Supreme Court chief Justices: John MARSHALL
Independent US presidential candidates: Theodore ROOSEVELT
US States and Territories: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Republican presidential nominees: Abraham LINCOLN
21st century Presidents of the USA (lol !): Barack OBAMA
Libertarian US presidential nominees: Ed CLARK
Democratic-Republican presidential nominees: Thomas JEFFERSON
CSA states and territories: NORTH CAROLINA
Whig US presidential nominees: Daniel WEBSTER
Federalist US presidential nominees: George WASHINGTON
1992 Democratic party primary: Jerry BROWN
2008 Republican presidential candidates: Sam BROWNBACK
2008 Democratic presidential candidates: Joseph BIDEN
1996 Republican presidential candidates: Richard LUGAR
2004 Democratic presidential candidates: Howard DEAN
Current Senators from former confederate states: Mark WARNER
Current Senators from New England states: Susan COLLINS
Recent major third party presidential tickets: Robert LaFOLLETTE / Burton WHEELER
Senate majority leaders: Lyndon JOHNSON
Obama cabinet: Steven CHU
US State Governors: Linda LINGLE


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« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2010, 09:26:40 am »

Varia:
Olympic host cities: SYDNEY
Books of the Bible: GENESIS
Star Trek: the original series survivor: SPOCK
Years of the 21st century: 2007
US networks news anchors: Walter CRONKITE
Months of the Year: MAY
Days of the Week: SATURDAY
Modern Latin Alphabet: S
Arabic digits: THREE
FIFA Football World Cup winners: BRAZIL 1958
Instruments of the orchestra: OBOE
Solar system: SATURN
International corporations: HITACHI
Monty Python: John CLEESE
Ridley Scott films: "BLADE RUNNER"
Quentin Tarantino films: "RESERVOIR DOGS"
Stanley Kubrick films: "2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY"
Adventures of Asterix: "ASTERIX IN BRITAIN"
West Wing presidential elections, 2006 (candidates): Arnold VINNICK
Survivors: Benito JUAREZ
Chess world champions and challengers: Garry KASPAROV
The adventures of Tintin: "THE CALCULUS AFFAIR"
Wonders of the World: GREAT BARRIER REEF
Casablanca characters: Louis RENAULT
Dr. Strangelove's characters: Dr. STRANGELOVE
Greek gods and goddesses: ATHENA
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« Reply #5 on: September 01, 2011, 04:57:47 am »

Please post in the other stickied topic.

As I need some Lebensraum for these lists, with all the new survivors, your posts may be deleted...
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