Thursday, 15 January 2009

100 Years of Greatness/Awfulness

In honour of LWOT's 100th year of publishing greatness, the editors compiled a list of the 100 greatest and 100 worst things the human race witnessed during the periodical's tenure as the world's greatest fiction magazine. 

For suspensful purposes and due to our eccentric nature, the list will be drawn out as a 10-20 part series. 

And now, indulge your killer instinct on:

The 100 Greatest Things

84. Cumberland Colchester Musquodoboit Valley MP Bill Casey: He stuck it to Stephen Harper and became the most popular man in Nova Scotia. In the last election Casey beat his closest rival by over 20,000 votes. 

83. Deadwood: The TV show, not rotting trees. 

82. Pixie sticks

81. The 1934 Stanley Cup finals

80. Saturn rockets

100 Worst Things

84. Lisa episodes

83. Greedo shooting first

82. Leaded gasoline

80. Texas Instruments calculators

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