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Galactic Games & Political Poets

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Guess the historical figure

Who am I?

At an early age I became fascinated with poetry (which I often wrote in green ink), publishing my first work at age 13 in a local Chilean newspaper. Although I was exiled from my homeland for my communist beliefs, I eventually returned and won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971.

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Celebrity spotlight

The Great War ends

It only lasted one season in 1966, but introducing western audiences to Bruce Lee was enough of a feat for The Green Hornet to solidify its legacy.

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Blast from the past


Before computer games and video games became a major part of popular culture, Spacewar! was a programmers dream. The 1962-released space combat game set the stage for games like Asteroids to find commercial viability.

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The way we were

Let down your long hair

Long hair was quite a popular style up until World War 1. We can only imagine the amount of shampoo necessary to navigate such a mane.

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Pablo Neruda is today's historical figure.
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