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28th Apr '16 7:38:41 PM Ezclee4050
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* Baseball (US) / Football (UK): Sport that evolved in the late 1800s from local to national competition, becoming a deeply ingrained part of the national identity. Specific club examples:

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* Baseball (US) / Football (UK): Sport that evolved in the late 1800s from local to national competition, becoming a deeply ingrained part of the national identity. Specific club examples:



* Trans-Pacific variants involving the UsefulNotes/NationalFootballLeague and the [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]]:

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* Trans-Pacific variants involving the variant: UsefulNotes/NationalFootballLeague and the (US) / [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]]:League]] (Australia)--Top professional league of the locally dominant football code.
28th Apr '16 7:30:18 PM Ezclee4050
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** Green Bay Packers (NFL) / Geelong Cats (AFL): Traditional power located in the league's smallest city[[note]]In the AFL, technically Fremantle and Port Adelaide are smaller, but their teams play home games in the nearby capital city[[/note]], which is absolutely fanatical about its team.


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** Green Bay Packers (NFL) / Geelong Cats (AFL): Traditional power located in the league's smallest city[[note]]In the AFL, technically Fremantle and Port Adelaide are smaller, but their teams play home games in the nearby capital city[[/note]], market, which is absolutely fanatical about its team.

28th Apr '16 7:28:37 PM Ezclee4050
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** Green Bay Packers (NFL) / Geelong Cats (AFL): Traditional power located in the league's smallest city, which is absolutely fanatical about its team.


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** Green Bay Packers (NFL) / Geelong Cats (AFL): Traditional power located in the league's smallest city, city[[note]]In the AFL, technically Fremantle and Port Adelaide are smaller, but their teams play home games in the nearby capital city[[/note]], which is absolutely fanatical about its team.

28th Apr '16 7:22:05 PM Ezclee4050
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* New York Yankees (US) / Arsenal F.C. (UK) / Real Madrid (Spain): Historically dominant franchise based in the nation's largest city.
* Boston Red Sox (US) / Liverpool F.C. (UK): Red-clad port city team with passionate, long-suffering fanbase. More or less made official when the parent company of the Sox bought Liverpool in 2010.
* St. Louis Cardinals (US) / Manchester United (UK): Venerable franchise located in the middle of the country, with several periods of dominance over the last century.
* Chicago Cubs (US) / Sheffield Wednesday (UK): Tradition-steeped franchise with historic home stadium, decades of futility.

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* Baseball (US) / Football (UK): Sport that evolved in the late 1800s from local to national competition, becoming a deeply ingrained part of the national identity. Specific club examples:
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New York Yankees (US) / Arsenal F.C. (UK) / Real Madrid (Spain): Historically dominant franchise based in the nation's largest city.
* ** Boston Red Sox (US) / Liverpool F.C. (UK): Red-clad port city team with passionate, long-suffering fanbase. More or less made official when the parent company of the Sox bought Liverpool in 2010.
* ** St. Louis Cardinals (US) / Manchester United (UK): Venerable franchise located in the middle of the country, with several periods of dominance over the last century.
* ** Chicago Cubs (US) / Sheffield Wednesday (UK): Tradition-steeped franchise with historic home stadium, decades of futility.




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* Trans-Pacific variants involving the UsefulNotes/NationalFootballLeague and the [[UsefulNotes/AustralianRulesFootball Australian Football League]]:
** Oakland Raiders (NFL) / Collingwood Magpies (AFL): Black-clad team with boisterous, uncouth fanbase, widely loathed by rivals.
** Green Bay Packers (NFL) / Geelong Cats (AFL): Traditional power located in the league's smallest city, which is absolutely fanatical about its team.

5th Apr '16 5:44:59 PM Naram-Sin
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* Villisca Axe Murders (US) / Hinterkaifeck Murders (Germany): High profile, but still unsolved familicides from the early 20th century, in which a two-handed cutting tool was used as the murder weapon.

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* Villisca Axe Murders (US) / Hinterkaifeck Murders (Germany): High profile, but still profile unsolved familicides from the early 20th century, in which a two-handed cutting tool was used as the murder weapon.weapon, and prone to paranormal embellishment.
5th Apr '16 12:40:43 PM DavidDelony
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* Taster's Choice (US) / Nescafé Gold (UK): "Gourmet" instant coffees made by Nestlé, both featuring long-running ad campaigns with Creator/AnthonyHead.

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* Taster's Choice (US) / Nescafé Gold (UK): "Gourmet" instant Instant coffees made by Nestlé, both featuring long-running ad campaigns with Creator/AnthonyHead.
3rd Apr '16 11:03:09 AM nombretomado
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* ''EverybodyLovesRaymond'' (US) / ''Voroniny[=/=]Everybody Loves Kostya'' (Russia) : Creator Phil Rosenthal has a [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xhp6ei_exporting-raymond-official-trailer-in-theaters-april-29th_shortfilms comedic documentary]] (''ExportingRaymond'') about the process.

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* ''EverybodyLovesRaymond'' ''Series/EverybodyLovesRaymond'' (US) / ''Voroniny[=/=]Everybody Loves Kostya'' (Russia) : Creator Phil Rosenthal has a [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xhp6ei_exporting-raymond-official-trailer-in-theaters-april-29th_shortfilms comedic documentary]] (''ExportingRaymond'') about the process.
2nd Apr '16 8:58:15 PM Naram-Sin
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* Gary Ridgway (US) / Saeed Hanaei (Iran): Religious serial killers who lured prostitutes and killed them because they saw them as temptresses.
2nd Apr '16 8:51:34 PM Naram-Sin
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[[AC:Politics]]
* UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher (UK) / UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan (US): [[TheEighties 1980s]] New Right leaders
* UsefulNotes/TonyBlair (UK) / UsefulNotes/BillClinton (US): [[TheNineties 1990s]] Third Way leaders
* UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush (US) / UsefulNotes/DavidCameron (UK) / John Howard (AU) / Stephen Harper (CA) / John Key (NZ) / Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel): post-Third Way conservatives
* Dennis Kucinich or Bernie Sanders (US) / Ken Livingstone or Jeremy Corbyn (UK): left-wing figureheads
* Republican Party (US) / Conservative Party (UK): Center-right political parties.
* Democratic Party (US) / Labour Party (UK): Center-left political parties.

[[AC:Technology]]

* UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}}, UsefulNotes/AppleII, or UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers (US) / UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum or UsefulNotes/BBCMicro (UK): 8-bit home computers. (The C64 was still pretty popular across ThePond.)
* Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} or UsefulNotes/AtariST (US) / UsefulNotes/AcornArchimedes (UK): 16-bit home computers. (The US computers were [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff much more successful]] on the other side of ThePond.)


[[AC:Education]]
* {{Oxbridge}} (UK) / UsefulNotes/IvyLeague, M.I.T., Stanford (US): Elite universities.

[[AC:Geography]]
* OopNorth (U.K.) / DeepSouth (U.S.) [[note]]Especially noteworthy because many of the settlers of the latter came from the former.[[/note]]
* London (U.K.) / New York City, Los Angeles (U.S.): Biggest cities in the country, commercial hubs, centers of TV and movie production. London and New York are sister cities, so this one is more or less official.

[[AC:Literature]]
* Creator/SJPerelman (U.S.) / Creator/PGWodehouse (U.K.): Short story writers.
* Literature/WheresWally (U.K.) / Where's Waldo (U.S.): Find-the-guy picture book.
* Literature/DickAndJane (U.S.) / Janet and John or Peter and Jane (U.K): Early preschool reader books.



[[AC:Tabletop Games]]
* Dungeons & Dragons (US) / Warhammer (UK) / Das Schwarze Auge (Germany)

[[AC:Sport(s)]]
* New York Yankees (US) / Arsenal F.C. (UK) / Real Madrid (Spain): Historically dominant franchise based in the nation's largest city.
* Boston Red Sox (US) / Liverpool F.C. (UK): Red-clad port city team with passionate, long-suffering fanbase. More or less made official when the parent company of the Sox bought Liverpool in 2010.
* St. Louis Cardinals (US) / Manchester United (UK): Venerable franchise located in the middle of the country, with several periods of dominance over the last century.
* Chicago Cubs (US) / Sheffield Wednesday (UK): Tradition-steeped franchise with historic home stadium, decades of futility.
* Baseball (US) / Cricket (ENG, but not UK): Summer bat-and-ball games, with deep traditional roots that tend to invoke nostalgia.
** Babe Ruth (baseball) / W.G. Grace (cricket): early stars of their respective games who are still major icons today based on their achievements ''and'' their colorful, larger-than-life personas.
* Eclipse Awards (US) / Cartier Awards (Europe including the UK) / Sovereign Awards (Canada): [[UsefulNotes/HorseRacing Thoroughbred horse racing]] end-of-season awards.
* Kentucky Derby (US) / Royal Ascot (UK): Annual high-prestige horse race where female spectators are expected to wear [[NiceHat elaborate hats]].
* Graded stakes races (US, Canada) / Group races (Europe, Australia, NZ): The highest-level Thoroughbred horse races.

[[AC:Newspapers]]
* The New York Times (US) / The Guardian (UK): Left-leaning daily national papers infamous for their BourgeoisBohemian readership.
* The New York Post (US) / The Sun (UK): Right-leaning tabloids owned by UsefulNotes/RupertMurdoch.
* The Wall Street Journal (US) / Financial Times (UK): Business-focused newspapers.


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[[AC:Crime]]
* Dennis Nilsen (UK) / Jeffrey Dahmer (US): Serial killers who lured homosexual men to their appartments, strangled and dismembered them after a period living with their bodies propped up.
* Fred and Rosemary West (UK) / Gerald and Charlene Gallego (US) / Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka (Canada): Married couples who abducted, raped, tortured and killed young girls together.
* Villisca Axe Murders (US) / Hinterkaifeck Murders (Germany): High profile, but still unsolved familicides from the early 20th century, in which a two-handed cutting tool was used as the murder weapon.

[[AC:Education]]
* {{Oxbridge}} (UK) / UsefulNotes/IvyLeague, M.I.T., Stanford (US): Elite universities.

[[AC:Geography]]
* OopNorth (U.K.) / DeepSouth (U.S.) [[note]]Especially noteworthy because many of the settlers of the latter came from the former.[[/note]]
* London (U.K.) / New York City, Los Angeles (U.S.): Biggest cities in the country, commercial hubs, centers of TV and movie production. London and New York are sister cities, so this one is more or less official.

[[AC:Literature]]
* Creator/SJPerelman (U.S.) / Creator/PGWodehouse (U.K.): Short story writers.
* Literature/WheresWally (U.K.) / Where's Waldo (U.S.): Find-the-guy picture book.
* Literature/DickAndJane (U.S.) / Janet and John or Peter and Jane (U.K): Early preschool reader books.

[[AC:Newspapers]]
* The New York Times (US) / The Guardian (UK): Left-leaning daily national papers infamous for their BourgeoisBohemian readership.
* The New York Post (US) / The Sun (UK): Right-leaning tabloids owned by UsefulNotes/RupertMurdoch.
* The Wall Street Journal (US) / Financial Times (UK): Business-focused newspapers.

[[AC:Politics]]
* UsefulNotes/MargaretThatcher (UK) / UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan (US): [[TheEighties 1980s]] New Right leaders
* UsefulNotes/TonyBlair (UK) / UsefulNotes/BillClinton (US): [[TheNineties 1990s]] Third Way leaders
* UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush (US) / UsefulNotes/DavidCameron (UK) / John Howard (AU) / Stephen Harper (CA) / John Key (NZ) / Benjamin Netanyahu (Israel): post-Third Way conservatives
* Dennis Kucinich or Bernie Sanders (US) / Ken Livingstone or Jeremy Corbyn (UK): left-wing figureheads
* Republican Party (US) / Conservative Party (UK): Center-right political parties.
* Democratic Party (US) / Labour Party (UK): Center-left political parties.

[[AC:Tabletop Games]]
* Dungeons & Dragons (US) / Warhammer (UK) / Das Schwarze Auge (Germany)

[[AC:Technology]]
* UsefulNotes/{{Commodore 64}}, UsefulNotes/AppleII, or UsefulNotes/Atari8BitComputers (US) / UsefulNotes/ZXSpectrum or UsefulNotes/BBCMicro (UK): 8-bit home computers. (The C64 was still pretty popular across ThePond.)
* Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} or UsefulNotes/AtariST (US) / UsefulNotes/AcornArchimedes (UK): 16-bit home computers. (The US computers were [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff much more successful]] on the other side of ThePond.)

[[AC:Sport(s)]]
* New York Yankees (US) / Arsenal F.C. (UK) / Real Madrid (Spain): Historically dominant franchise based in the nation's largest city.
* Boston Red Sox (US) / Liverpool F.C. (UK): Red-clad port city team with passionate, long-suffering fanbase. More or less made official when the parent company of the Sox bought Liverpool in 2010.
* St. Louis Cardinals (US) / Manchester United (UK): Venerable franchise located in the middle of the country, with several periods of dominance over the last century.
* Chicago Cubs (US) / Sheffield Wednesday (UK): Tradition-steeped franchise with historic home stadium, decades of futility.
* Baseball (US) / Cricket (ENG, but not UK): Summer bat-and-ball games, with deep traditional roots that tend to invoke nostalgia.
** Babe Ruth (baseball) / W.G. Grace (cricket): early stars of their respective games who are still major icons today based on their achievements ''and'' their colorful, larger-than-life personas.
* Eclipse Awards (US) / Cartier Awards (Europe including the UK) / Sovereign Awards (Canada): [[UsefulNotes/HorseRacing Thoroughbred horse racing]] end-of-season awards.
* Kentucky Derby (US) / Royal Ascot (UK): Annual high-prestige horse race where female spectators are expected to wear [[NiceHat elaborate hats]].
* Graded stakes races (US, Canada) / Group races (Europe, Australia, NZ): The highest-level Thoroughbred horse races.
27th Mar '16 11:23:38 PM aye_amber
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* Creator/{{Motown}} (US) / NorthernSoul (UK)

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* Creator/{{Motown}} (US) / NorthernSoul Northern Soul (UK)
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