The Long Lasting Influence of the Ancient Egyptians

On January 18, 2018 by Muelo
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Thousands of ancient civilisations came and went, but few left their mark as successfully as the Egyptians. From the house you live in today to the medical treatment you receive at hospital, the...

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Lazer Horse’s Predictions For 2018

On December 30, 2017 by Lazer Horse
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2017 has been a delinquent, curmudgeonly kind of a year. But then, they all are. With billions of idiots jostling for position on earth, we’re not likely to experience a smooth ride, are we? A swarm of shaven apes with delusions...

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34 Relatively Amusing Christmas Pictures

On December 23, 2017 by Lazer Horse
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Christmas is a busy time of the year and I, for one, haven’t got time to write anything sensible or serious. It has been a long day, a long week, a long month,...

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Delmar Harmood Banner: Art In The Lake District

On December 9, 2017 by Lazer Horse
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I’ve covered a fair few artists on Lazer Horse over the years. In general, they’re relatively easy to research, Wikipedia has done a significant amount of the leg work already. Delmar Harmood Banner...

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Ugly Babies From The Renaissance Era

On December 9, 2017 by Lazer Horse
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Today, I present to you one of the most magnificent Tumblr accounts on the market. It showcases reams and reams of Renaissance paintings that feature ugly babies. It’s simply called Ugly Renaissance Babies; it delivers what it promises....

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Who Was Eadric The Wild?

On November 19, 2017 by Lazer Horse
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Eadric the Wild, also known as Wild Eadric and Edric the Forester, was a well-heeled 11th century Anglo-Saxon. He lived in the West Midlands and was part of the English resistance to the Norman conquest. The...

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Amasunzu: The World’s Freshest Haircut

On October 22, 2017 by Lazer Horse
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We don’t cover all that many fashion topics here at Lazer Horse Towers, but the Amasunzu haircut is a worthy exception. With over 30 variations, it’s as varied as it is wonderful. The crest-like...

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Good Luck Symbols Around The World: Could The Myths Be True?

On September 29, 2017 by Muelo
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According to statistics published by National Geographic, we become less superstitious the older we get. When they’re younger, as many as 59% of Americans hold some form of superstitious belief. This drops to 44%...

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USSR Counterculture in the 1970s

On September 24, 2017 by Lazer Horse
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In 1970s USSR it was not a great idea to stand out from the crowd. Fitting in was the safest bet; but, like kids in all cultures, the USSR youth liked to dress up and...

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The History of Poker

On September 11, 2017 by Muelo
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Perhaps the most widely recognised card game across the globe, poker has evolved over the years from a simple game with friends to a world-renowned sport. But with a game so richly steeped...

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