11 hours 55 minutes: taking Jetpunk quizzes;
11 hours 55 minutes: getting into arguments on Jetpunk quizzes;
10 minutes: travelling the world, meeting people, dating women, driving, eating, sleeping...
(Just a joke, sorry! It's only because he's been here so long that he seems to be ubiquitous, and the site would be a very different place without him!)
Khomeini and Khameini are different people? I would have never guessed that. They both have been leaders of Iran, both wear a certain kind of white beard and black hat, and their names are practically the same.
Despite all the people discussing who should or should not be on this list, I find it interesting to see which leaders come across as important through the influence of media in a country. We never hear about Nicaragua or Mexico, but it makes sense that these countries play a bigger role in US media.
Also in Australia, Paul Rudd served as PM in 2013 between Gillard and Abbott.
Malcolm Turnbull is president of Australia
Ashraf Ghani is president of Afghanistan
Justin Trudeau is president of Canada
Joko Widodo is president of Indonesia, and though his country isn't on this quiz, his name is still a lot of fun to say.