Edit: and if I wouldnt spend so much time reading all the comments id probably be at 35 hah. Average 5 mins of quizzing followed by 15'mins of comment reading...
Funny though that at the time of your comment I had been away for some time (felt over a year but found a comment from me from march I think.. so less long than I thought.) and wasn't back yet if I am not mistaken just here since begin december again. Which is also again near my anniversary :)
All the best to you :)
Both series (and the TV movie) are within the same continuity, so it sort of depends how you look at it. In one way, it's two separate series: one that ran 26 years and one that is currently at 14 years. In another way, it's one series that had a 16-year hiatus. But no, either way it hasn't had 50+ consecutive seasons.
I'm pretty sure voyager 2 was sent out before voyager 1 though.
Who thought the badly scripted wwe could make it this far
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To compare another way, the audiobook of Crime and Punishment read by Alan Munro runs about 25 hours. War and Peace read by the same narrator runs nearly 67.
quote bij english wikipedia: The Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR) is a mid-ocean ridge, a divergent or constructive plate boundary located along the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, and part of the longest mountain range in the world.
Kasparov held the FIDE title for only 7 years 1985-1992 and then he created his own world championship which only disappeared when he lost in 2000.
So: according to FIDE standards, he reigned for 7 years (less than Carlsen or Botvinnik). Counting the PCA years make no sense and still would only make 15 years, not 19 (and it was an unofficial competition anyway).
I'd have Lasker there, everybody considers him as the longest champion (27 years) even though there were no annual tournaments by then.