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Karamuru wrote:I was born in 1967, and little did my parents know in then South Africa that that was the Year of the Fire Goat in the Chinese Zodiac.
People born under the sign of Fire can do great things in short periods of time. Gallantry and all that. Passion drives them. I broke my nose fighting. Went to sea for the sheer adventure.
But when they screw up, they destroy their lives entirely. And then they must be very careful not to be too judgemental about themselves. Their power turning on themselves ? Not a good idea.

That's the same year mom was born. Mom's nothing like that. She's more like the Water Goat, my sign, while I am more like the Fire Goat. Maybe it's cause we're not Chinese.

Voxija wrote:That's the same year mom was born. Mom's nothing like that. She's more like the Water Goat, my sign, while I am more like the Fire Goat. Maybe it's cause we're not Chinese.

I'm part Chinese and i have almost no knowledge about these traditions

Thanks for breakfast! Here take a nice a few dodo breasts for dinner. Donít worry. The republic has a lot of em! Also hereís some mashed potatoís and apples sauce cause why not.

Kong He wrote:woman duty not control

wut tha wurstel?

Fort Pee Pee. Now there's a name for you. I actually had investigate to see if there was a "Fort Poo Poo." Good news, there's not, so it's up for grabs, folks!

interesting

The oceanus empire

Newlandian Union

The oceanus empire wrote:Hello

Hi, how are you?

Karamuru, Katz and Besthoff, and The oceanus empire

The oceanus empire

Newlandian Union

Gypsy Lands wrote:Hi, how are you?

good just popping in and saying hi

How do you guys like my new flag

Earth Allies wrote:How do you guys like my new flag

Nice

Central California Republic wrote:Nice

Better if you said.....NOICE

Earth Allies wrote:Better if you said.....NOICE

Noise (BTW I'm Cieszynski slask's puppet(the guy from altay))

Gypsy Lands wrote:Fort Pee Pee. Now there's a name for you. I actually had investigate to see if there was a "Fort Poo Poo." Good news, there's not, so it's up for grabs, folks!

Really? XD

Silesia-Slovakia wrote:Noise (BTW I'm Cieszynski slask's puppet(the guy from altay))
Really? XD

How is Calisto doing with my space card missions?

Can you believe that with only 37 members we are the 516th most populated region out of 25,980?

Gypsy Lands wrote:Can you believe that with only 37 members we are the 516th most populated region out of 25,980?

*thumbs up*

There are tons of regions with only one nation.

I'm pretty sure that the "tag" rating of Small, Medium, Large etc. are based at least partly on population. I've seen newer regions with, say, 12 nations rated "small" and other, older regions with larger nations ranked "medium."

On another subject, it has been brought to my attention via Facebook that a teenage girl was suspended from school by some A-hole administrator because she kneed a guy in the nuts for entering the girls' bathroom. My feelings on the girl's action?

BRAVO!!!!

Gypsy Lands wrote:On another subject, it has been brought to my attention via Facebook that a teenage girl was suspended from school by some A-hole administrator because she kneed a guy in the nuts for entering the girls' bathroom. My feelings on the girl's action?

BRAVO!!!!

It happened two years ago, in Alaska. The boys were also entering the girl's bathroom to protest transgender students using the bathroom of their preferred gender.

Gypsy Lands wrote:Has anyone noticed that The Embassy has been liberated?

We apologize for our absence, Oh Great Queen. We have been involved in the rebuilding of The Embassy with our WA nation.

Gypsy Lands wrote:I have been banned from The Grilllands. Our embassy was established and I sent them the customary breakfast. Two nations from that region "liked" the post. Unless they're Jews or Muslims and took offense at us offering them some pork products, I am at a loss to explain this insult.

There are some regions that routinely ban any nation which sends them an embassy invitation.

Cantors Paradise wrote:One of my other faces in another region was in charge of embassies. There was one region out there (can't remember the name, it may not exist now) that had a policy of banning any regional official who rejected an Embassy application. Great way to make friends and influence people!

Well, I once routinely used the challenge function to send my oldest and most populated puppet to defeat the nations that rejected my embassy invitations. It had no effect on the declined embassy, but it made me feel better.

Gypsy Lands wrote:Interesting that you used the word "dick." When I first came on the scene in NS, many years ago, the mods censored that word. In all cases. There was a nation that wanted to be called "Dick Cheney" and had to spell it "Dich Cheney." I wonder if there are any Richards under the age of 40 who are called Dick. I mean, how would you like somebody in a crowded place to call out to you, "Hey, Dick!" Just thinking.

That made me think of the Cheerleaders for the South Carolina Gamecocks, who routinely use cheers referencing their love for the cocks.

Central California Republic wrote:Does anyone have any writing tips for making an alien civilisation? Or any civilisation in general?

Read the short stories of some of the classic science fiction writers, such as Arthur C. Clark, Isaac Asimov, John W. Campbell, A. E. van Vogt, Andre Norton, Vernor Vinge, George R. R. Martin, etc. Get your inspiration from the masters.

Gypsy Lands wrote:Now, I was going to ask CCR if his writings included--ahem--some naughty stuff. Like alien sex. Now there's a topic that goes as far as the imagination allows!

Your Majesty, you are truly a wonderful woman!

Gypsy Lands wrote:An 11-year old should not read such things. I can see where it would be disturbing. When I was 11 I had no idea how babies were conceived; it was a more innocent time.

I suspect that the Internet has made many youngsters more knowledgeable than we once were.

People of Phoenix wrote:Oh hell, I'll date meself. Born in the early "60s," Teens in the "70s," Loved the "80s" big hair and looses ladies. God I loved the "80s." Everything went to crap after 2000.

I have heard that the free-love era of the 1960ís was truly wild, with all the hippy chicks on the pill, and when a jab of penicillin cured everything.

Gypsy Lands wrote:Too bad Voxija and Central California Republic are too young to have experienced drive-ins, the make-out havens of the world! And later on when you had young kids, and nobody wanted to baby-sit, you could put them to sleep in the back of the car and enjoy a double feature!

And when you asked a girl to the drive-in you both knew that you would not be watching the movie.

Gypsy Lands wrote:Fort Pee Pee. Now there's a name for you. I actually had investigate to see if there was a "Fort Poo Poo." Good news, there's not, so it's up for grabs, folks!

Thank you for that information, Your Majesty!

Gypsy Lands wrote:On another subject, it has been brought to my attention via Facebook that a teenage girl was suspended from school by some A-hole administrator because she kneed a guy in the nuts for entering the girls' bathroom. My feelings on the girl's action?

BRAVO!!!!

I recall that the Equal Rights Amendment was defeated out of fears that separate dressing rooms, sports teams, and toilet facilities for males and females would be eliminated. Things have progressed in that direction even without the amendment. This is truly a brave new world here in the 21st Century.

The oceanus empire wrote:Hello

Love your flag. I was happy in Brussels. The Grand Place is strikingly beautiful. Also visited the the university town of Louvain/Leuven. My older brother is a high ranking European Commission fonctionnaire.
And the beer. And the moules frites... that's finger licking good...
First time I went to Belgium with my wife, my brother was waiting for us at Zaventem.
Welcome to Belgium, he said. Where do you wanna go ?
Waterloo, naturlich, I said. How many times do you get the chance of visiting the place where Napoleon fell for the last time ?

"Don't go to the Schaerbeek district" they said. "It's full of Arabs and Turks."
Well, that's exactly Mary Joan and I did. Had brunch in the most charming bistrot, and the people were lovely.
There's no such thing as good or bad nations. There's good or bad persons.
And from Malmedy we crossed the border to Germany. Across the Ardennes Forest mountain range. It's lovely in Winter.
I have seen the world. When I married Mary Joan I was a seasoned sailor. From Norway to Australia.
She didn't mind I was just a Warrant Officer...not a Commised one.
Officer and Gentleman meets girl.
We were glorious. A perfect match. A love story for the ages.

Voxija wrote:It happened two years ago, in Alaska. The boys were also entering the girl's bathroom to protest transgender students using the bathroom of their preferred gender.

aww, man
then there should be a singular toilet for transgenders in all schools, but the girl didnt do anything wrong when she kicked him, she had the right to.

Earth Allies wrote:How is Calisto doing with my space card missions?

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IDK, hes currently doing RP

Karamuru wrote:Love your flag. I was happy in Brussels. The Grand Place is strikingly beautiful. Also visited the the university town of Louvain/Leuven. My older brother is a high ranking European Commission fonctionnaire.
And the beer. And the moules frites... that's finger licking good...
First time I went to Belgium with my wife, my brother was waiting for us at Zaventem.
Welcome to Belgium, he said. Where do you wanna go ?
Waterloo, naturlich, I said. How many times do you get the chance of visiting the place where Napoleon fell for the last time ?

"Don't go to the Schaerbeek district" they said. "It's full of Arabs and Turks."
Well, that's exactly Mary Joan and I did. Had brunch in the most charming bistrot, and the people were lovely.
There's no such thing as good or bad nations. There's good or bad persons.
And from Malmedy we crossed the border to Germany. Across the Ardennes Forest mountain range. It's lovely in Winter.
I have seen the world. When I married Mary Joan I was a seasoned sailor. From Norway to Australia.
She didn't mind I was just a Warrant Officer...not a Commised one.
Officer and Gentleman meets girl.
We were glorious. A perfect match. A love story for the ages.

What Navy?

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