How do you guys like my new flag
Better if you said.....NOICE
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?
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.
We apologize for our absence, Oh Great Queen. We have been involved in the rebuilding of The Embassy with our WA nation.
There are some regions that routinely ban any nation which sends them an embassy invitation.
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.
That made me think of the Cheerleaders for the South Carolina Gamecocks, who routinely use cheers referencing their love for the cocks.
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.
Your Majesty, you are truly a wonderful woman!
I suspect that the Internet has made many youngsters more knowledgeable than we once were.
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.
And when you asked a girl to the drive-in you both knew that you would not be watching the movie.
Thank you for that information, Your Majesty!
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.
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.