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Guiness Freaks wrote:Beer leader sends cookies and calzones to assist in this endeavour.

I'll send them 2000 pounds for 2000 pounds

Oh so you like NationStates?
Name Every Nation.

Oh so you like laz name all nations in it

Treadwellia wrote:There is a nation fatter than Treadwellia in Lazarus?

This must be fixed.

It's all just a matter of perspective. From where were standing we have all agreed that it is physically impossible that anyone could even come close to matching your rotundness... your rotundness.

The roundness of ones nation is a sacred thing. One which must be respected and honored.

Sword Coast Islands wrote:The roundness of ones nation is a sacred thing. One which must be respected and honored.

I agree

Thinking of making a "rebel bobbersonia"

Free Market Buisnesses wrote:1) We've privatized all government functions. In FMB you are successful or you die; it's simply our way of life. The fortunate get rich and the unfortunate are discarded.
2) Why would the biggest faction have to take care of state functions?
3) Is that east or west of UTC?

Entschuldigung, the Chancellor is busy right now, I am the scientific advisor Doktor Bosen, as for the:

prima question that form of social arrangement is unstable, unethical und inefficient, it is the trite old pseudo social darwinism. Even in its day on Old Earth, there was a rebuttal of the implications for social order written by Herr Kropotkin.

secunda It is a natural consequence that the biggest faction in the defense of its interest has a bigger scope and needs, so it would end picking the tab or gobbling the competing factions. A divided land, it is either annexed by an unified and aggressive neighbor or unified from inside by the biggest or more militant faction.

tertia UTC time plus goes into the East direction, minus into the West. As for Old Earth early XXI st century most of the European Union was on UTC+1 for easy coordination between commercial interests. Although having the same hour from Madrid to Warsaw made for some interesting issues on their own.

Auf wiedersehen!
-- Dr. Bosen

Devinsburg wrote:It's all just a matter of perspective. From where were standing we have all agreed that it is physically impossible that anyone could even come close to matching your rotundness... your rotundness.

That's because His Rotundity is standing in quite a bit of space.

I hope that rotundness doesn't clash with the offertory box in the corner.

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