"Five Steps to Jesus" is a game played on Wikipedia. Players click the "Random Article" link, and then attempt to make it to the page about Jesus Christ by clicking five steps (links) or less. A link within a page does not count as a step.
Was Liszt born in what was then Hungary? Yes. Is that now part of Austria? Indeed it is. Were his parents ethnically German? Most certainly. Had they lived in Hungary for a long time? Just so. Did Liszt claim Hungary as his homeland and Hungarian as his nationality? Without a doubt...
Should this substance be called 'gasoline' or 'petrol'? See the talk page for a debate about the total number of English speakers in the world (and whether Americans should be considered an important part of it); the relative utility of search engines; claims that UK-wikipedians are set to re-establish the British empire by moving pages to British spellings, counter-claims that Americans who want "gasoline" are being their usual nationalistic/culturally-imperialistic selves; RFC nominations, page-move warring and deletion debates, failed attempts to achieve compromise via some truly freaky article names (far beyond the suggested "Gasoline (petrol)" and "Petrol (gasoline)") and even the creation of templates to separate the article into sections individually tailored for both Commonwealth and American English tastes. Gasoline has been settled on for now, in part because that was the article's title originally, but the fallout has yet to settle.
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