Recent User Blogs

A list of recent blog articles written by our users.

This blog is about art and the colour green in the Renaissance

MiecraftMan departs from the Galapagos to return to his home nation, the Veggie Caliphate.

Guide to Long Island is back, and we visit the secluded North Shore village of Sea Cliff.

Comparing the languages of Azerbaijani, Turkish, Turkmen, and Uzbek

Work, Back, Good, Work.

This is the third continuation of the A History of Green series.

By the way, sorry for the wait

In this story we will learn; What happened after the death of Asclepius, a God turned into a mortal, and wrestling death.

Hello and welcome to my new series! Every Friday, I spin a wheel. I write interesting facts about the country that the wheel lands on. (I take 2-4 countries at a time.)

This is the start of the Greek Mythology Blog series. And we start it off with a demigod who was such a good doctor, the Gods had to kill him.

Have you heard of these JetPunk users?

In the second edition of my Guide to Long Island blog, I visit one of the most historically significant towns on the island in Hempstead, NY.

An academic overview of the causes of the 1848 Revolutions in Europe.

This is what to expect from my current and upcoming quizzes.

In this Blog, I will describe a brief overview of D-Day.

What are polls, and would they make for a good addition to JetPunk?

Summary for Idea #1: Quiz Strategy Guides

This blog will dive into the intricacies of quiz strategies for improving performance on the Jetpunk trivia website. From time management techniques to effective guessing strategies, readers will gain valuable insights on how to enhance their quiz-taking skills and achieve higher scores. By implementing these proven strategies, users can navigate through tricky quiz questions more efficiently and boost their overall success rate on Jetpunk quizzes

An honors student. A suburban home in the United States. A fringe argument being given unwarranted value. What do all three of these things have in common? Well, they're all connected by the illusion of balance.

Today we're releasing a new feature. Let us know what you think!

This is a blog about the movies Grown Ups and Grown Ups 2.

The first entry on my Guide to Long Island series where I'll take you across New York states most populous island, giving you a unique insight on the various towns and villages starting first with Mineola.

In this edition of CQMB, we will be talking about my thoughts on the Joker: Folie à Deux trailer, another Fantastic Four casting, the trailer for Deadpool & Wolverine, another delay for Kraven the Hunter, and a special favor.

This shows the most populated cities in the United States of America and a few related things.

A brief examination of the failings of punitive penal methods and their ineffectiveness at reducing crime rates.

This shows every county in the US state of Alabama.

This is the sequel to my previous 2 blogs about green in ancient times.

If you've been browsing the internet lately, perhaps you've been hearing discussions about this song contest, or maybe you've heard songs from the contest (and not even realize that it's from Eurovision!). With the Grand Final coming next week, perhaps you're wondering how you can watch the contest yourself! Read this blog to learn more about this quirky little song contest!

What I would consider the only music to listen to, and my favorites of the group.

Comparing slang in American, British, and Australian English

The first round of the NFL draft ended today, and here are the picks!

This is the first blog to a new series I am launching called Natural Phenomena. This series is about phenomenon and natural landforms

A brief essay on the necessity of active participation for a democracy's functioning.

You've probably heard about this crazy policy from China. But was it good? Was it effective? It's time for us to find out.

In the wake of turmoil, leaders in Rome, the Han Empire, and the Maya civilization navigate challenges with vision and resilience, forging paths towards unity and progress. Hope prevails amidst uncertainty in the ancient world.

Yes I already did one these about sleep, but I have new (more pessimistic) points to bring up... What a way to return to blogging.

Here are some statistics about Geography Snap, for the month of March 2024.

I use high-fives to attempt to explain a wide range of philosophies.

Today is Ugadi, or Telugu new year, so we have put together the Telugu JetPunk community's year in review. Hope you enjoy!

These are some interesting and fun geography facts!

So this will be like my Russian ones but Italian. Also I know the Heading Picture is the Vatican the other ones were not great though. Also tell me what country I should do next

Most Russian stereotypes please comment which country I should do next and whichever one has the most likes will be next country

Read about axolotls, pangolins, and tardigrades

An academic overview of the reasons behind the July Monarchy's downfall and the causes of the French Revolution of 1848.

This is a blog about World War I, the second most deadliest war in history. Also check my other blogs, quizzes and charts.

The time has come for me to take a short break from JetPunk. Here is why.

A ranking of my ten favorite bloggers in JetPunk history.

Here are the most Interesting facts of the day I will try and do one every day but I will not always be able to because of school but I know I can do one tomorrow

this is a blog about the biography of John F. Kennedy. Source:

This is a poll for Jetpunkers asking them who they think is the greatest person to ever come from the USA. Inspired by Terestar's blog.

Saarbrucken have had an unbelievable run in the DFB Pokal beating Bayern Munich, Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Monchengladbach to create a huge upset even though they lost to Kaiserslautern. This is the story of Brucken, a 3.Liga side and their almost fairytale run.

The Countries of the World Quiz is almost always the most taken quiz in a day. Here’s a list of quizzes that had more takes in a single day.