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BTT: Time Machine - 13 May 2010




World is number one again. [Link]

In four years ago today: Devlin, Callahorn Empire and The Brookstone Region.


Ben's + 10

Urland by Nardo69

Leonhartia by Chptrk

Parkland by newyorkrunaway

The Cultan Republic by k50

Arrowhead by spursrule14

The Republic of Corraile by kccl35

Trunnska by Unmannedperson

Tokyo by tepodon

Bordav & Peotav by Retep Molinari

Deschutes County by Paramore22


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World was serious business, and the pic you show, was part of one of the finest mosaics I have ever seen in ST. Totally unforgettable, a history-making update if you ask to me.

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Hi, TekindusT. This is the year that World won the best CJ Trixie - and I think for many people it stands out as one of, if not the best, CJ of all time.


Hi, jmsepe. You're right - T&R and Schulmania are both epic CJs, and hold the record for most weeks in a row at number one - 13!


Hi, Richie99. The longer-lasting CJs are more familiar to newer members. The rest of the top ten is pretty amazing, too.

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