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Issue #39: .Coming Close To A Decade
Regional Community News - Issue #52: Restart

Hello, this is Larnion and here is your Regional Community News!

The Regional Community News is brought to you by LCRUA.



Articles Section
Editorial and RCN Changes by Larnion
So, here it is, the final RCN before the news undergoes a storm of changes. Odds are the next issue won't be next week, so don't be surprised. I'd like to take a little bit of time to prepare everything necessary, and... well, we'll see how it will go. Anyway, you can still be excited every week for new content under my supervision.

Nothing much left to say, really. The regional happenings can be summarised here in the editorial: Coyotia became the new Councillor for Defense after Linnuis' departure and The Weeaboo Army along with Baishita are now Vice-Councillors for Information. For the newcomers, last week joined Drarou, Znaurce, Gajasura, Coyotia, Baby faced doritos, Dazkar, Salaskan, Respected people, Shur1ma and Hello how are you.

This is it, enjoy. I probably got some coding wrong so please, don't hang me for that. x)


High School, Elections and Life by Theocretes
Hi guys! Theo's been trying to become active again recently, as I've been gone for a while. So I have some explanations, some opinions, and just some stories to vent out! All in one article!

So! Why have I been inactive? Well, a while back (3 months to be precise) I got into a really rigorous honors college prep academy and so i've been flooded with schoolwork and stress. That's the main reason, also, i've been stepping up my life IRL and been going out with my friends much more often then before. ON TOP of that, my life has been complete chaos with tutoring (as a tutor, not a student) and keeping up with the election. So yeah, alot has been going on, but im back! Hopefully!

Now, some stories:
Yesterday I rode in the tailgate of a truck all the way to and from an american football game! Super fun. I also have been getting into fierce fights over the election with all of the conservatives out here in Arizona. Sad! (joke)
Me and my buddy have been roaming the desert more often as well. I'm getting a new car soon (A Ford Falcon Ranchero 1964) super pumped.
Yeah.
Hi.
Here's a cat: (also a metaphor for how I feel being a socialist in Trump's America/Arizona)




Hun-austria's Cooking/Painting/Murder Mystery Show
You first get your eldest son
Sacrifice him
Then you get the goat
The ritual dagger
And the two tomatoes
2 grams of flour
Mix it all together
Make sure to stir it real good to not leave any crumbs
Then you marinate the sacrifice with blood of a virgin and ranch sauce
Start preheating the oven at 150°C
Then insert the sacrifice
In case it doesn't fit chop up your son and goat into pieces
Heat for 30 minutes and apply salt thoroughly
After that you should get a biblical painting



Want something submitted to the RCN?

If you telegram the Councillor for Information, Larnion, with the wish to submit a short article, comic, drawing or anything else that you would like to share with our readers, we will include it in the latest issue.

Do you want to do something more for the RCN?

The RCN is now hiring Writers and/or Journalists. If you would like to join, telegram Larnion. The Writer's job expects you to write an article for the News each week or every second week, whereas the Journalist's job is to help the writers with finding information on a topic. My job, as the Councillor, is to check the articles that the Writers make, put them in the News, and credit them for making them.

So, what are you waiting for? JOIN TODAY!

Our thanks for the idea go to Krypton Nova.


Regional Roleplay: LCRUA Conflicts


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Regional Agenda
Send a telegram to Krypton Nova if you want something added to this agenda, or want the Council to do something. Requests will be discussed.

Deadline/Status

Responsibility

Description

Busy

The Council

Focus on FORGE

November 15th

Everyone

By-elections if Referendum goes trough

November 17th

Everyone

Referendum on external Forums

November 19th

Etrius, Poulton-with-Fearnhead, Syadei, Krypton Nova

Improving the current RolePlay Act.

November 27th

Larnion, Krypton Nova

Overhaul of the RCN

December 1st

Krypton Nova

Revision of term-lenghts


FORGE Military Advertisement

Dear members and allies of the LCRUA

We are looking for members who wish to join the FORGE military.
Our Military is used for the defence of the allied regions in case something goes wrong, or aid in the defence of our other allies.
Requirements are only the ability to be online at least once every two days. If you are interested, please send me a telegram.

The Republic of Krypton Nova, the FORGE Military Recruiter
For respect, freedom, peace and culture!


Roleplay Advertisement

The Settling of the Dust

5000 years ago, the empire that had united humanity under a single flag collapsed. The peoples of the world once again began to turn against each other, and a dark age begun. Petty kingdoms vied for the void of power left by the desintegrated empire, and the wars that followed led to the deaths of countless people and a worldwide setback of technology, learning and art. Now, however, as the dust settles down, new civilizations emerge from the ruins seeking to begin anew, and leave their mark upon the world.

Welcome to The Settling of the Dust, a nation based rp set fifty million years into the future, with ancient and classical era technology. The surface of the Earth has changed radically, and more efficient and larger versions of the flora and fauna humans domesticated have dominated the wilderness. The climate of the world is much milder than it is at the present, and the soil is richer.

If you are interested in participating in this roleplay, visit the roleplay here or, if you aren't able to click a link, contact Yymea about applicating for the event.

The dust has settled; now it's your turn to whirl...


Regional Mentions
Coyotia - congratulations for being elected as the Councillor for Defence.

Readers Comics Section
Error code = 404: No comics found


Reddit Comics Section

Polan Try To Trick Russia by VN1975

A Christmas Comic by Pán Aaron

A British Soirée by jPaolo




Thank you for reading!



Read dispatch

Many thanks for the vital informations in the dispatch. To be honest it is a good read.

The Regional Community News Issue #42 is out!

Regional Community News - Issue #52: Restart

Hello, this is Larnion and here is your Regional Community News!

The Regional Community News is brought to you by LCRUA.



Articles Section
Editorial and RCN Changes by Larnion
So, here it is, the final RCN before the news undergoes a storm of changes. Odds are the next issue won't be next week, so don't be surprised. I'd like to take a little bit of time to prepare everything necessary, and... well, we'll see how it will go. Anyway, you can still be excited every week for new content under my supervision.

Nothing much left to say, really. The regional happenings can be summarised here in the editorial: Coyotia became the new Councillor for Defense after Linnuis' departure and The Weeaboo Army along with Baishita are now Vice-Councillors for Information. For the newcomers, last week joined Drarou, Znaurce, Gajasura, Coyotia, Baby faced doritos, Dazkar, Salaskan, Respected people, Shur1ma and Hello how are you.

This is it, enjoy. I probably got some coding wrong so please, don't hang me for that. x)


High School, Elections and Life by Theocretes
Hi guys! Theo's been trying to become active again recently, as I've been gone for a while. So I have some explanations, some opinions, and just some stories to vent out! All in one article!

So! Why have I been inactive? Well, a while back (3 months to be precise) I got into a really rigorous honors college prep academy and so i've been flooded with schoolwork and stress. That's the main reason, also, i've been stepping up my life IRL and been going out with my friends much more often then before. ON TOP of that, my life has been complete chaos with tutoring (as a tutor, not a student) and keeping up with the election. So yeah, alot has been going on, but im back! Hopefully!

Now, some stories:
Yesterday I rode in the tailgate of a truck all the way to and from an american football game! Super fun. I also have been getting into fierce fights over the election with all of the conservatives out here in Arizona. Sad! (joke)
Me and my buddy have been roaming the desert more often as well. I'm getting a new car soon (A Ford Falcon Ranchero 1964) super pumped.
Yeah.
Hi.
Here's a cat: (also a metaphor for how I feel being a socialist in Trump's America/Arizona)




Hun-austria's Cooking/Painting/Murder Mystery Show
You first get your eldest son
Sacrifice him
Then you get the goat
The ritual dagger
And the two tomatoes
2 grams of flour
Mix it all together
Make sure to stir it real good to not leave any crumbs
Then you marinate the sacrifice with blood of a virgin and ranch sauce
Start preheating the oven at 150°C
Then insert the sacrifice
In case it doesn't fit chop up your son and goat into pieces
Heat for 30 minutes and apply salt thoroughly
After that you should get a biblical painting



Want something submitted to the RCN?

If you telegram the Councillor for Information, Larnion, with the wish to submit a short article, comic, drawing or anything else that you would like to share with our readers, we will include it in the latest issue.

Do you want to do something more for the RCN?

The RCN is now hiring Writers and/or Journalists. If you would like to join, telegram Larnion. The Writer's job expects you to write an article for the News each week or every second week, whereas the Journalist's job is to help the writers with finding information on a topic. My job, as the Councillor, is to check the articles that the Writers make, put them in the News, and credit them for making them.

So, what are you waiting for? JOIN TODAY!

Our thanks for the idea go to Krypton Nova.


Regional Roleplay: LCRUA Conflicts


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OOC: viewtopic.php?f=31&t=369443#p27828603
IC: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=369442&sid=8663272ae271327db7f4b75732a5fed7

Regional Agenda
Send a telegram to Krypton Nova if you want something added to this agenda, or want the Council to do something. Requests will be discussed.

Deadline/Status

Responsibility

Description

Busy

The Council

Focus on FORGE

November 15th

Everyone

By-elections if Referendum goes trough

November 17th

Everyone

Referendum on external Forums

November 19th

Etrius, Poulton-with-Fearnhead, Syadei, Krypton Nova

Improving the current RolePlay Act.

November 27th

Larnion, Krypton Nova

Overhaul of the RCN

December 1st

Krypton Nova

Revision of term-lenghts


FORGE Military Advertisement

Dear members and allies of the LCRUA

We are looking for members who wish to join the FORGE military.
Our Military is used for the defence of the allied regions in case something goes wrong, or aid in the defence of our other allies.
Requirements are only the ability to be online at least once every two days. If you are interested, please send me a telegram.

The Republic of Krypton Nova, the FORGE Military Recruiter
For respect, freedom, peace and culture!


Roleplay Advertisement

The Settling of the Dust

5000 years ago, the empire that had united humanity under a single flag collapsed. The peoples of the world once again began to turn against each other, and a dark age begun. Petty kingdoms vied for the void of power left by the desintegrated empire, and the wars that followed led to the deaths of countless people and a worldwide setback of technology, learning and art. Now, however, as the dust settles down, new civilizations emerge from the ruins seeking to begin anew, and leave their mark upon the world.

Welcome to The Settling of the Dust, a nation based rp set fifty million years into the future, with ancient and classical era technology. The surface of the Earth has changed radically, and more efficient and larger versions of the flora and fauna humans domesticated have dominated the wilderness. The climate of the world is much milder than it is at the present, and the soil is richer.

If you are interested in participating in this roleplay, visit the roleplay here or, if you aren't able to click a link, contact Yymea about applicating for the event.

The dust has settled; now it's your turn to whirl...


Regional Mentions
Coyotia - congratulations for being elected as the Councillor for Defence.

Readers Comics Section
Error code = 404: No comics found


Reddit Comics Section

Polan Try To Trick Russia by VN1975

A Christmas Comic by Pán Aaron

A British Soirée by jPaolo




Thank you for reading!



Read dispatch

Hail Kidaurelia from Gurkland! What's the buzz around lately? :3

Buonsalve. Xanteros! Thank you for your proud nation to be here with us, enjoy the visit of this happy utopia. ^^

Thank you.

The American libertarians do nothing but lay claim to be the champions of international free trade. Yes, we all know that the international free trade take us to immense benefits but ultimately its by far too politicized. Free trade with exports and imports free in several countries may even be in communist ones, and in fact President Obama is trying to open trade with Cuba. Would Libertarians agree with Obama on this issue? They're against communists so i don't think so.

Also, to defend the categories negatively affected by free trade social policies are needed that combine protection and the dynamism of the worker and the entrepreneur like in Denmark. A worker who loses his job because the factory is outsourced in China will not be able in the short term to do another job unless there is help from the state.

How are structured your thoughts and beliefs about libertarians focusing on their strong points? Their strongest point is just that, free trade, which is critical for them, and of course their view on ''human nature'' based on greed.

Human nature has been used to justify slavery and wars. Humanity will hold up this so-called human nature and will resist to progress? What do you say? Both of these points run for the libertarian ideological supreme imprint.

http://astrolibertarian.blogspot.it/

This is also here a libertarian that relies on astrology to make political predictions. Astrology is the greatest delusion ever existing. Which suggests that libertarianism does not make everybody ''rational'', ''down to earth'', ''practical'' and ''realistical.'' :P

The Regional Community News Issue #43:The work of one is out!

Regional Community News - Issue #52: Restart

Hello, this is Larnion and here is your Regional Community News!

The Regional Community News is brought to you by LCRUA.



Articles Section
Editorial and RCN Changes by Larnion
So, here it is, the final RCN before the news undergoes a storm of changes. Odds are the next issue won't be next week, so don't be surprised. I'd like to take a little bit of time to prepare everything necessary, and... well, we'll see how it will go. Anyway, you can still be excited every week for new content under my supervision.

Nothing much left to say, really. The regional happenings can be summarised here in the editorial: Coyotia became the new Councillor for Defense after Linnuis' departure and The Weeaboo Army along with Baishita are now Vice-Councillors for Information. For the newcomers, last week joined Drarou, Znaurce, Gajasura, Coyotia, Baby faced doritos, Dazkar, Salaskan, Respected people, Shur1ma and Hello how are you.

This is it, enjoy. I probably got some coding wrong so please, don't hang me for that. x)


High School, Elections and Life by Theocretes
Hi guys! Theo's been trying to become active again recently, as I've been gone for a while. So I have some explanations, some opinions, and just some stories to vent out! All in one article!

So! Why have I been inactive? Well, a while back (3 months to be precise) I got into a really rigorous honors college prep academy and so i've been flooded with schoolwork and stress. That's the main reason, also, i've been stepping up my life IRL and been going out with my friends much more often then before. ON TOP of that, my life has been complete chaos with tutoring (as a tutor, not a student) and keeping up with the election. So yeah, alot has been going on, but im back! Hopefully!

Now, some stories:
Yesterday I rode in the tailgate of a truck all the way to and from an american football game! Super fun. I also have been getting into fierce fights over the election with all of the conservatives out here in Arizona. Sad! (joke)
Me and my buddy have been roaming the desert more often as well. I'm getting a new car soon (A Ford Falcon Ranchero 1964) super pumped.
Yeah.
Hi.
Here's a cat: (also a metaphor for how I feel being a socialist in Trump's America/Arizona)




Hun-austria's Cooking/Painting/Murder Mystery Show
You first get your eldest son
Sacrifice him
Then you get the goat
The ritual dagger
And the two tomatoes
2 grams of flour
Mix it all together
Make sure to stir it real good to not leave any crumbs
Then you marinate the sacrifice with blood of a virgin and ranch sauce
Start preheating the oven at 150°C
Then insert the sacrifice
In case it doesn't fit chop up your son and goat into pieces
Heat for 30 minutes and apply salt thoroughly
After that you should get a biblical painting



Want something submitted to the RCN?

If you telegram the Councillor for Information, Larnion, with the wish to submit a short article, comic, drawing or anything else that you would like to share with our readers, we will include it in the latest issue.

Do you want to do something more for the RCN?

The RCN is now hiring Writers and/or Journalists. If you would like to join, telegram Larnion. The Writer's job expects you to write an article for the News each week or every second week, whereas the Journalist's job is to help the writers with finding information on a topic. My job, as the Councillor, is to check the articles that the Writers make, put them in the News, and credit them for making them.

So, what are you waiting for? JOIN TODAY!

Our thanks for the idea go to Krypton Nova.


Regional Roleplay: LCRUA Conflicts


---------------------------------------------Brought to you by LCRUA---------------------------------------------
OOC: viewtopic.php?f=31&t=369443#p27828603
IC: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=369442&sid=8663272ae271327db7f4b75732a5fed7

Regional Agenda
Send a telegram to Krypton Nova if you want something added to this agenda, or want the Council to do something. Requests will be discussed.

Deadline/Status

Responsibility

Description

Busy

The Council

Focus on FORGE

November 15th

Everyone

By-elections if Referendum goes trough

November 17th

Everyone

Referendum on external Forums

November 19th

Etrius, Poulton-with-Fearnhead, Syadei, Krypton Nova

Improving the current RolePlay Act.

November 27th

Larnion, Krypton Nova

Overhaul of the RCN

December 1st

Krypton Nova

Revision of term-lenghts


FORGE Military Advertisement

Dear members and allies of the LCRUA

We are looking for members who wish to join the FORGE military.
Our Military is used for the defence of the allied regions in case something goes wrong, or aid in the defence of our other allies.
Requirements are only the ability to be online at least once every two days. If you are interested, please send me a telegram.

The Republic of Krypton Nova, the FORGE Military Recruiter
For respect, freedom, peace and culture!


Roleplay Advertisement

The Settling of the Dust

5000 years ago, the empire that had united humanity under a single flag collapsed. The peoples of the world once again began to turn against each other, and a dark age begun. Petty kingdoms vied for the void of power left by the desintegrated empire, and the wars that followed led to the deaths of countless people and a worldwide setback of technology, learning and art. Now, however, as the dust settles down, new civilizations emerge from the ruins seeking to begin anew, and leave their mark upon the world.

Welcome to The Settling of the Dust, a nation based rp set fifty million years into the future, with ancient and classical era technology. The surface of the Earth has changed radically, and more efficient and larger versions of the flora and fauna humans domesticated have dominated the wilderness. The climate of the world is much milder than it is at the present, and the soil is richer.

If you are interested in participating in this roleplay, visit the roleplay here or, if you aren't able to click a link, contact Yymea about applicating for the event.

The dust has settled; now it's your turn to whirl...


Regional Mentions
Coyotia - congratulations for being elected as the Councillor for Defence.

Readers Comics Section
Error code = 404: No comics found


Reddit Comics Section

Polan Try To Trick Russia by VN1975

A Christmas Comic by Pán Aaron

A British Soirée by jPaolo




Thank you for reading!



Read dispatch

''In Italy there are recently shameful cuts to healthcare. From 2017 many medical interventions including surgery to treat cataract will be paid. This means that a poor old man goes blind.
And this would also lead to recessionary pressures. Think of the construction and the manufacturing industry that builds the hospitals, and the creation of well-paid jobs resulting from increased spending on healthcare.
And all that is lost in the name of a currency that a government of traitors has decided not to issue. Wake up! The story "There is no money" is false! It is a deliberate choice! Money is paper! How long do italian people have to suffer? How many suicides? How many business failures? How much unemployment? How many italian sons and daughters emigrating abroad? This policy of government cuts and barriers to spending imposed by the EU is absurd! The currency must be issued from a state monetary authority and not an independent ECB.''

Agree with this?

The regional community news issue #45: Friday+1 is out!

Regional Community News - Issue #52: Restart

Hello, this is Larnion and here is your Regional Community News!

The Regional Community News is brought to you by LCRUA.



Articles Section
Editorial and RCN Changes by Larnion
So, here it is, the final RCN before the news undergoes a storm of changes. Odds are the next issue won't be next week, so don't be surprised. I'd like to take a little bit of time to prepare everything necessary, and... well, we'll see how it will go. Anyway, you can still be excited every week for new content under my supervision.

Nothing much left to say, really. The regional happenings can be summarised here in the editorial: Coyotia became the new Councillor for Defense after Linnuis' departure and The Weeaboo Army along with Baishita are now Vice-Councillors for Information. For the newcomers, last week joined Drarou, Znaurce, Gajasura, Coyotia, Baby faced doritos, Dazkar, Salaskan, Respected people, Shur1ma and Hello how are you.

This is it, enjoy. I probably got some coding wrong so please, don't hang me for that. x)


High School, Elections and Life by Theocretes
Hi guys! Theo's been trying to become active again recently, as I've been gone for a while. So I have some explanations, some opinions, and just some stories to vent out! All in one article!

So! Why have I been inactive? Well, a while back (3 months to be precise) I got into a really rigorous honors college prep academy and so i've been flooded with schoolwork and stress. That's the main reason, also, i've been stepping up my life IRL and been going out with my friends much more often then before. ON TOP of that, my life has been complete chaos with tutoring (as a tutor, not a student) and keeping up with the election. So yeah, alot has been going on, but im back! Hopefully!

Now, some stories:
Yesterday I rode in the tailgate of a truck all the way to and from an american football game! Super fun. I also have been getting into fierce fights over the election with all of the conservatives out here in Arizona. Sad! (joke)
Me and my buddy have been roaming the desert more often as well. I'm getting a new car soon (A Ford Falcon Ranchero 1964) super pumped.
Yeah.
Hi.
Here's a cat: (also a metaphor for how I feel being a socialist in Trump's America/Arizona)




Hun-austria's Cooking/Painting/Murder Mystery Show
You first get your eldest son
Sacrifice him
Then you get the goat
The ritual dagger
And the two tomatoes
2 grams of flour
Mix it all together
Make sure to stir it real good to not leave any crumbs
Then you marinate the sacrifice with blood of a virgin and ranch sauce
Start preheating the oven at 150°C
Then insert the sacrifice
In case it doesn't fit chop up your son and goat into pieces
Heat for 30 minutes and apply salt thoroughly
After that you should get a biblical painting



Want something submitted to the RCN?

If you telegram the Councillor for Information, Larnion, with the wish to submit a short article, comic, drawing or anything else that you would like to share with our readers, we will include it in the latest issue.

Do you want to do something more for the RCN?

The RCN is now hiring Writers and/or Journalists. If you would like to join, telegram Larnion. The Writer's job expects you to write an article for the News each week or every second week, whereas the Journalist's job is to help the writers with finding information on a topic. My job, as the Councillor, is to check the articles that the Writers make, put them in the News, and credit them for making them.

So, what are you waiting for? JOIN TODAY!

Our thanks for the idea go to Krypton Nova.


Regional Roleplay: LCRUA Conflicts


---------------------------------------------Brought to you by LCRUA---------------------------------------------
OOC: viewtopic.php?f=31&t=369443#p27828603
IC: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=369442&sid=8663272ae271327db7f4b75732a5fed7

Regional Agenda
Send a telegram to Krypton Nova if you want something added to this agenda, or want the Council to do something. Requests will be discussed.

Deadline/Status

Responsibility

Description

Busy

The Council

Focus on FORGE

November 15th

Everyone

By-elections if Referendum goes trough

November 17th

Everyone

Referendum on external Forums

November 19th

Etrius, Poulton-with-Fearnhead, Syadei, Krypton Nova

Improving the current RolePlay Act.

November 27th

Larnion, Krypton Nova

Overhaul of the RCN

December 1st

Krypton Nova

Revision of term-lenghts


FORGE Military Advertisement

Dear members and allies of the LCRUA

We are looking for members who wish to join the FORGE military.
Our Military is used for the defence of the allied regions in case something goes wrong, or aid in the defence of our other allies.
Requirements are only the ability to be online at least once every two days. If you are interested, please send me a telegram.

The Republic of Krypton Nova, the FORGE Military Recruiter
For respect, freedom, peace and culture!


Roleplay Advertisement

The Settling of the Dust

5000 years ago, the empire that had united humanity under a single flag collapsed. The peoples of the world once again began to turn against each other, and a dark age begun. Petty kingdoms vied for the void of power left by the desintegrated empire, and the wars that followed led to the deaths of countless people and a worldwide setback of technology, learning and art. Now, however, as the dust settles down, new civilizations emerge from the ruins seeking to begin anew, and leave their mark upon the world.

Welcome to The Settling of the Dust, a nation based rp set fifty million years into the future, with ancient and classical era technology. The surface of the Earth has changed radically, and more efficient and larger versions of the flora and fauna humans domesticated have dominated the wilderness. The climate of the world is much milder than it is at the present, and the soil is richer.

If you are interested in participating in this roleplay, visit the roleplay here or, if you aren't able to click a link, contact Yymea about applicating for the event.

The dust has settled; now it's your turn to whirl...


Regional Mentions
Coyotia - congratulations for being elected as the Councillor for Defence.

Readers Comics Section
Error code = 404: No comics found


Reddit Comics Section

Polan Try To Trick Russia by VN1975

A Christmas Comic by Pán Aaron

A British Soirée by jPaolo




Thank you for reading!



Read dispatch

There was a lot I just read so I'm just going to state a few things that I think:

1) I believe the reason countries leave and "illegal immigrants steal jobs" isn't because business owners are evil (Person A and B do the same job, but A is a lot cheaper. Who do you choose?), but because it gets really expensive to do things in your own country. There are a lot of policies and regulations, most designed to keep small businesses under big businesses' feet.

2) Just because one party member is an idiot doesn't mean they all are. Following that, one party member being intelligent doesn't make them all intelligent.

3) (I'm independent,) and here in the USA I must say that a lot of people are blindly following their party's candidate without thinking another thing. I find it pretty absurd that some people can't even argue why they support a certain candidate. Most people, no matter what they hear, refuse to change who they are voting for anyways, because they don't want to admit they were wrong in the first place.

4) Welfare programs and free stuff. Yes, to a degree, but eventually it creates dependent people based on their structures. For example, if you give single mothers money for each child they have, it would help those that actually need help when their spouses are dead or gone, but many take advantage and have even 7 kids, while their boyfriend stays in a hotel the night the police check.

That's all,
Spiritgirl

Spiritgirl wrote:There was a lot I just read so I'm just going to state a few things that I think:
1) I believe the reason countries leave and "illegal immigrants steal jobs" isn't because business owners are evil (Person A and B do the same job, but A is a lot cheaper. Who do you choose?), but because it gets really expensive to do things in your own country. There are a lot of policies and regulations, most designed to keep small businesses under big businesses' feet.
2) Just because one party member is an idiot doesn't mean they all are. Following that, one party member being intelligent doesn't make them all intelligent.
3) (I'm independent,) and here in the USA I must say that a lot of people are blindly following their party's candidate without thinking another thing. I find it pretty absurd that some people can't even argue why they support a certain candidate. Most people, no matter what they hear, refuse to change who they are voting for anyways, because they don't want to admit they were wrong in the first place.
4) Welfare programs and free stuff. Yes, to a degree, but eventually it creates dependent people based on their structures. For example, if you give single mothers money for each child they have, it would help those that actually need help when their spouses are dead or gone, but many take advantage and have even 7 kids, while their boyfriend stays in a hotel the night the police check.
That's all,
Spiritgirl

Your arguments are good but I could not help but notice dangerous generalizations about your speech that I want to consider:

Deregulation does not always work and there are several areas that would be better if they were strictly regulated. The financial , labor and the environmental sectors should be regulated.

According to the economist Paul Krugman, the crisis that began in 2007 in the US is due to the excess of private debt caused by the financial deregulation. Deregulation has made possible an enormous increase of reckless financial transactions, helped by the unlimited availability of financing at low interest rates. In this context it emerged the "housing bubble" that also involved the poorest Americans. The crisis was determined by the behaviors of insufficiently regulated markets and financial strategies. Cancellation of banking laws, such as the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 in the US, which imposed the division between commercial banks and investment banks, reducing the risks taken by financial operators. The financial sector deregulation process began with Jimmy Carter and was completed by Bill Clinton that laid the groundwork of that terrible crisis.

And the deregolation of the labour market decrease employment stability. It makes future uncertain for workers and increase their unemployment rate and make the precariat problem even more serious and labour deregolation don't improved the productivity of enterprises, or employment and wages. The disproportionate use of fixed-term contracts (or other temporary contractual forms) to provide more flexibility to a labor market at the side of workers reduce protection for certain types of workers, don't improve the production value of the companies, nor produce significant savings in labor costs

To conclude, it can therefore safely said that deregulation is an outright attack on the consumption, incomes, health and wealth of the working class.

And for the welfare state the hatred against it is clear in the world. The services provided by the welfare state: health, care and education are essential in a civilized country. But people blame that for welfare the costs are too high. Cutting funds is not the answer to fraud, they can't reduce waste and inefficiency. The welfare cuts, history teaches us, hit the weakests ones in our society.

But what's most worrying is the climate that reigns in every part of the western world now. An atmosphere of intolerance and annoyance to the needs of the people and families who ask for help and support because they alone can not do it in life. Needy people problems are complex problems that require answers that are obviously not cost-free. They require the will, energies and intellects of society to solve these problems. But instead of good solutions, needy people find more and more indifference, intolerance and annoyance. The answers for needy people by anti-welfare groups is: the problem is yours, pull yourself up by your bootstraps!'' And this all-in-one easy solution should be for people who lose their homes, who are without income, who are no longer able to bear the burden of caring for themselves or for their family member?! I don't think so!

- The caring and benevolent King Mitriel of Gurkland. :]

The Regional Community News Issue #46:The sports Issue. Is out!

Soon there will be a zombie apocalypse in October 31 affecting all regions and nations in the game. It is a special event where your population will temporarily be decimated by zombies. If you do not know what it is, read the latest zombie apocalypse.
page=news/2014/10/31/index.html

To act with the zombies, you will get a special issue with three options.

1)Researching a cure.
2)Exterminating all the zombies.
3)Joining the zombies(please do not do it)

I propose to all nations in this region to research a cure. In this way, we will have available research missiles to be launched in other nations in the region in order to heal the zombies in these nations.

The substantially effectiveness to research a cure is determined by your educational expenditure, while the effectiveness to exterminate the zombies is determined by your defense spending.

Any question or objection buddies?

Gurkland wrote:Hi Vandario, my faithful companion! I am ready to work with you again on the day of the zombie apocalypse. And also considers Happy Utopia as if it were our reserve region. I'm excited that we face another adventure!

Yes I'm eager to face the hoards down again, they will again know the might of Northsmen. I'll likely put up a password again like last time, and I'll telegram the password to you. Welcome to use this place as a port in storm if you like, I'm going the route of exterminatio, and once my place is clear will do a little region hopping to try and take the fight to the hoards.

In the day of the apocalypse, we shall dine in Valhalla!

Vandario wrote:Yes I'm eager to face the hoards down again, they will again know the might of Northsmen. I'll likely put up a password again like last time, and I'll telegram the password to you. Welcome to use this place as a port in storm if you like, I'm going the route of exterminatio, and once my place is clear will do a little region hopping to try and take the fight to the hoards.
In the day of the apocalypse, we shall dine in Valhalla!

Same scenario that I will do in this thriving utopian place. To avoid complicating the day I will use the same password for Happy Utopia that you will put in the Multiverse of your own reality. We live in two sister regions, united in life and death against the zombies, who will ring at the gate. And when the zombies ring to the gates, to wait for them there will be the artillery missiles to purify and rehabilitate these lost souls in the darkness. At the end of this path of struggle is to await us bountiful Swedish meatballs and incredible gingerbread houses side by side with the men and women that were zombies. We cannot fail!

Password enacted. Region protected for the upcoming invasion of zombies from other nations, and everything will happen in two hours. Brace yourselves.

Buljikistan! We won the zombie apocalypse, and we were able to achieve two key results: zero infected in our region and 13.2 billion survivors. Alone I did it to heal all nations across the region but I hope that in the next zombie apocalypse you will be more active.

No time for talk but party time!

Gurkland wrote:Your arguments are good but I could not help but notice dangerous generalizations about your speech that I want to consider:
Deregulation does not always work and there are several areas that would be better if they were strictly regulated. The financial , labor and the environmental sectors should be regulated.
According to the economist Paul Krugman, the crisis that began in 2007 in the US is due to the excess of private debt caused by the financial deregulation. Deregulation has made possible an enormous increase of reckless financial transactions, helped by the unlimited availability of financing at low interest rates. In this context it emerged the "housing bubble" that also involved the poorest Americans. The crisis was determined by the behaviors of insufficiently regulated markets and financial strategies. Cancellation of banking laws, such as the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 in the US, which imposed the division between commercial banks and investment banks, reducing the risks taken by financial operators. The financial sector deregulation process began with Jimmy Carter and was completed by Bill Clinton that laid the groundwork of that terrible crisis.
And the deregolation of the labour market decrease employment stability. It makes future uncertain for workers and increase their unemployment rate and make the precariat problem even more serious and labour deregolation don't improved the productivity of enterprises, or employment and wages. The disproportionate use of fixed-term contracts (or other temporary contractual forms) to provide more flexibility to a labor market at the side of workers reduce protection for certain types of workers, don't improve the production value of the companies, nor produce significant savings in labor costs
To conclude, it can therefore safely said that deregulation is an outright attack on the consumption, incomes, health and wealth of the working class.
And for the welfare state the hatred against it is clear in the world. The services provided by the welfare state: health, care and education are essential in a civilized country. But people blame that for welfare the costs are too high. Cutting funds is not the answer to fraud, they can't reduce waste and inefficiency. The welfare cuts, history teaches us, hit the weakests ones in our society.
But what's most worrying is the climate that reigns in every part of the western world now. An atmosphere of intolerance and annoyance to the needs of the people and families who ask for help and support because they alone can not do it in life. Needy people problems are complex problems that require answers that are obviously not cost-free. They require the will, energies and intellects of society to solve these problems. But instead of good solutions, needy people find more and more indifference, intolerance and annoyance. The answers for needy people by anti-welfare groups is: the problem is yours, pull yourself up by your bootstraps!'' And this all-in-one easy solution should be for people who lose their homes, who are without income, who are no longer able to bear the burden of caring for themselves or for their family member?! I don't think so!
- The caring and benevolent King Mitriel of Gurkland. :]

I did read that all (haha), and I mainly agree with what you said about regulation. The only issue becomes: who do you want to help? Different programs obviously benefit different people, like you pointed out. The less fortunate focus on their lack of opportunity, while those that have succeeded want to keep what they worked for. Both are right, and there are exceptions to both (people who don't try, and people who are born into families but waste their lives away).

And as for welfare, normally I'd be okay with it, I just feel that it should be a little stricter to PREVENT these loopholes! I believe that if one does not even try, one should not be rewarded. It's required by law that children go to school. (Currently). I believe that it should be optional, but later on, if you are suffering due to a lack of education, you may blame no one but yourself. And for those that go to school, the same programs should be open to everyone. Equal opportunity, just not equal result.

I think that climate stuff was an analogy (like the atmosphere of society or something). Although to be honest, there is data fraud (HEAVILY) on both sides, and therefore I'm going to stick with what we know:

1) The Earth has been changing since its creation. Obviously. Whether it's in a warming or cooling cycle right now is unknown (as said to data frauds). The Earth DOES NOT remain constant in any way.

2) (In my thoughts, depends what you hold important), global warming is better than global cooling. Global cooling would kill off many more tropical species than global warming will kill off arctic species. In fact, species go extinct all the time; we can't save everyone if it's completely unnatural.

3) Global warming is good for cold countries/areas (Canada, Russia, Alaska), because now so much more of their land is usable, right? We lose Florida, they gain hundreds, if not thousands or millions of economic opportunities.

Just bringing up some conversation stuff. :)

- Spiritgirl

Gurkland wrote:Oh wow. I'm debating politics and trade with an old woman who had a goat livestock that failed because the cheese factory has preferred to import cheaper milk from abroad. She belongs to that class of people hurted by free trade. She claims to buy only Italian products and I personally think that this is a racist and xenophobic thinking. The people of every nation in the world think that their products is the best in the world. The fascists encourage Italians to buy only products of their nation to safeguard their workers. although this is deleterious. I mean, there are two bottles of milk. One is Italian and costs €0.60. The other bottle of milk is foreign and costs only €0.30. A company and even individuals that seeks profit what ever will choose to buy for its finished products or consumption item? Free trade has allowed abundant goods at low prices.
What is your opinion on free trade?

Like anything things need to be balanced free trade is good, but you don't want to just let it run itself as an anarchy. Free trade has its benefits and bonus, generally in the area f the people choosing what they want, supporting the products you believe in. This of course being a best case scenario, and what people think of in free trade. I though also agree on a level its good to support your own country and its products, its good to have pride and patriotism of your nation. While I can't say I like some parts of globalism and outright don't care for Global Monoculture. Free trade can have a sort of balanced effect as in when there is a gap in something the market fills it in quickly to meet demand. That again works only when its done right, and not when people hoard and become monopolies, competition is good, rivalry is good, it makes them want to out do the other, make a better product. That is if they don't take their rivalry too far, put the customer in danger or cheat them just to beat their rival. While the milk for example is cheaper from other lands, its almost important for the people to buy the more expensive at times, the people that made that milk are just that, people. That is their job, their life, one they could have been doing for a very long time. Maybe buying that more expensive is out of loyalty, to that brand, that they think their product is better, or simply in the ladies case she wishes to try and support the business of her country. In the end Free Market is just that Free Market, people are free to buy what they wish and what for reasons they wish, no matter if one finds it right or wrong. That is in a Free Market, where and if such a thing is allowed. To say whats right or wrong to buy is just the same as the fascists who say only to buy their product, let people do what they want with their money.

Personally though I feel its not that bad if she just wants to buy product from her nation, its her choice, and I think its god to support your own home. I've always said Kinsmen come first, maybe thats an outdated mindset these days, I've always mentally lived in the past, my thoughts and feelings tend to reflect more old world thinking. This modern world dose nothing but confuse me at best, anger me at worse. Part of why I picked up and love NS so much, escape to my own world of my own making.

Thats just my two cents.

Spiritgirl wrote:I did read that all (haha), and I mainly agree with what you said about regulation. The only issue becomes: who do you want to help? Different programs obviously benefit different people, like you pointed out. The less fortunate focus on their lack of opportunity, while those that have succeeded want to keep what they worked for. Both are right, and there are exceptions to both (people who don't try, and people who are born into families but waste their lives away).

I wish that the state makes available universal aid for all citizens arising from citizenship. it is obvious that first should be helped people who are in a state of emergency or who find themselves in serious situations, such as the homeless first and before resolving situations like gender gaps. A welfare state made for the exigencies and well-being of the needy. Also, If the welfare state is restricted, it is obvious there is an additional cost resulting from increased bureaucracy that controls and checks the system. The conservative approach to the welfare state in the United States has failed. It does not help sufficiently, and there are so many groups that would like to helped: Single mothers and fathers, homeless, disabled people, hispanics, blacks, unemployed potential workers cut off from the labor market, people who lack an education, ecc

There is so much to do.

Spiritgirl wrote:And as for welfare, normally I'd be okay with it, I just feel that it should be a little stricter to PREVENT these loopholes! I believe that if one does not even try, one should not be rewarded. It's required by law that children go to school. (Currently). I believe that it should be optional, but later on, if you are suffering due to a lack of education, you may blame no one but yourself. And for those that go to school, the same programs should be open to everyone. Equal opportunity, just not equal result.)

With this thought a nation with optional education will consist of poverty and immense ignorance. Education should be compulsory and free even at the college level. With an optional schooling kids won't even think of going to school because they have to help their relatives at home, and there are even stupid relatives that won't send their children to school etc. with this kind of thinking illiteracy would emerge again. A country that wants to maximize its economic growth would care for the future to all. You ignore the existence of total factor productivity, whose education is an essential component.

I always thought that anarcho-capitalists and libertarians hated school.

Spiritgirl wrote:I think that climate stuff was an analogy (like the atmosphere of society or something). Although to be honest, there is data fraud (HEAVILY) on both sides, and therefore I'm going to stick with what we know:
1) The Earth has been changing since its creation. Obviously. Whether it's in a warming or cooling cycle right now is unknown (as said to data frauds). The Earth DOES NOT remain constant in any way.
2) (In my thoughts, depends what you hold important), global warming is better than global cooling. Global cooling would kill off many more tropical species than global warming will kill off arctic species. In fact, species go extinct all the time; we can't save everyone if it's completely unnatural.
3) Global warming is good for cold countries/areas (Canada, Russia, Alaska), because now so much more of their land is usable, right? We lose Florida, they gain hundreds, if not thousands or millions of economic opportunities.
Just bringing up some conversation stuff. :)
- Spiritgirl

Global warming has been proven scientifically, the scientific consensus is unanimous in this. Global warming not only causes the extinction of some species, but also desertification as that suffered in China, increases the frequency of hurricanes and rising sea levels that could sink cities like Venice. Although I agree that global warming exists, i do not agree with the adoptable solutions. Renewable energies such as solar panels have a very low energy efficiency, only about 10%, while petrol and diesel engines are efficient three or four times as much. Saving energy is not even a satisfactory solution because the progress of a nation is measured by its energy consumption, and finally those that love environmental economics do not know anything about economics nor about the environment. Only things like nuclear power can simultaneously save the human energy consumption and the environment.

And I'm grateful for this conversation. You're really a great and interesting person. I like you. :-)

Vandario wrote:Like anything things need to be balanced free trade is good, but you don't want to just let it run itself as an anarchy. Free trade has its benefits and bonus, generally in the area f the people choosing what they want, supporting the products you believe in. This of course being a best case scenario, and what people think of in free trade. I though also agree on a level its good to support your own country and its products, its good to have pride and patriotism of your nation. While I can't say I like some parts of globalism and outright don't care for Global Monoculture. Free trade can have a sort of balanced effect as in when there is a gap in something the market fills it in quickly to meet demand. That again works only when its done right, and not when people hoard and become monopolies, competition is good, rivalry is good, it makes them want to out do the other, make a better product. That is if they don't take their rivalry too far, put the customer in danger or cheat them just to beat their rival. While the milk for example is cheaper from other lands, its almost important for the people to buy the more expensive at times, the people that made that milk are just that, people. That is their job, their life, one they could have been doing for a very long time. Maybe buying that more expensive is out of loyalty, to that brand, that they think their product is better, or simply in the ladies case she wishes to try and support the business of her country. In the end Free Market is just that Free Market, people are free to buy what they wish and what for reasons they wish, no matter if one finds it right or wrong. That is in a Free Market, where and if such a thing is allowed. To say whats right or wrong to buy is just the same as the fascists who say only to buy their product, let people do what they want with their money.
Personally though I feel its not that bad if she just wants to buy product from her nation, its her choice, and I think its god to support your own home. I've always said Kinsmen come first, maybe thats an outdated mindset these days, I've always mentally lived in the past, my thoughts and feelings tend to reflect more old world thinking. This modern world dose nothing but confuse me at best, anger me at worse. Part of why I picked up and love NS so much, escape to my own world of my own making.
Thats just my two cents.

You're not outdaded Vandario. You're a nordic traditionalist who has a certain charm for the ancient runic and magic world of a mystical and mysterious past that we have not lived. Although we don't live in the remote past, it attracts us and we wonder what happened to our ancestors who laid the foundations for modern civilization. And your though about nationstates i agree too. The civilization of Gurkland is so fictional that it does not claim its cultural legacy to be from any existing civilizations on earth. By learning from the past we can understand that there are so many things that have been lost in the course of human history. People change periodically every 100 years and nations, the world itself change shape and change the face, which can be pleasant or unpleasant, depending on how you look it.

And I was thinking, why did you removed your factbook that explained the wonderful world of Vandario in detail? You are the sculptor of your world and the writer of its chronicles and i will be happy to read them again. ^-^

Gurkland wrote:You're not outdaded Vandario. You're a nordic traditionalist who has a certain charm for the ancient runic and magic world of a mystical and mysterious past that we have not lived. Although we don't live in the remote past, it attracts us and we wonder what happened to our ancestors who laid the foundations for modern civilization. And your though about nationstates i agree too. The civilization of Gurkland is so fictional that it does not claim its cultural legacy to be from any existing civilizations on earth. By learning from the past we can understand that there are so many things that have been lost in the course of human history. People change periodically every 100 years and nations, the world itself change shape and change the face, which can be pleasant or unpleasant, depending on how you look it.
And I was thinking, why did you removed your factbook that explained the wonderful world of Vandario in detail? You are the sculptor of your world and the writer of its chronicles and i will be happy to read them again. ^-^

The original was so outdated that it just had almost no accuracy so I scraped it. Procrastination has kept me from writing a new one as of yet, need to get to it, maybe that is something I'll work on today.

I know can be a traditionalist, but I also know it's bad to get too stuck in the past. What may have been good then may not be good now. The god Odin is a seeker of knowledge to understand, and know his world, how to live in it, how to use it to his advantage, how to give wisdom to those that seek it. I don't want to let it blind me, it's good to keep one self tempered, and open mind to understand new information. I just see there is a lot of wisdom, and knowledge in the past, how things where done, how people acted, to abadone it entirely would be foolish. I harken to the days of yore, but I try not to let it blind me.

Gurkland wrote:I wish that the state makes available universal aid for all citizens arising from citizenship. it is obvious that first should be helped people who are in a state of emergency or who find themselves in serious situations, such as the homeless first and before resolving situations like gender gaps. A welfare state made for the exigencies and well-being of the needy. Also, If the welfare state is restricted, it is obvious there is an additional cost resulting from increased bureaucracy that controls and checks the system. The conservative approach to the welfare state in the United States has failed. It does not help sufficiently, and there are so many groups that would like to helped: Single mothers and fathers, homeless, disabled people, hispanics, blacks, unemployed potential workers cut off from the labor market, people who lack an education, ecc
There is so much to do.
With this thought a nation with optional education will consist of poverty and immense ignorance. Education should be compulsory and free even at the college level. With an optional schooling kids won't even think of going to school because they have to help their relatives at home, and there are even stupid relatives that won't send their children to school etc. with this kind of thinking illiteracy would emerge again. A country that wants to maximize its economic growth would care for the future to all. You ignore the existence of total factor productivity, whose education is an essential component.
I always thought that anarcho-capitalists and libertarians hated school.
Global warming has been proven scientifically, the scientific consensus is unanimous in this. Global warming not only causes the extinction of some species, but also desertification as that suffered in China, increases the frequency of hurricanes and rising sea levels that could sink cities like Venice. Although I agree that global warming exists, i do not agree with the adoptable solutions. Renewable energies such as solar panels have a very low energy efficiency, only about 10%, while petrol and diesel engines are efficient three or four times as much. Saving energy is not even a satisfactory solution because the progress of a nation is measured by its energy consumption, and finally those that love environmental economics do not know anything about economics nor about the environment. Only things like nuclear power can simultaneously save the human energy consumption and the environment.
And I'm grateful for this conversation. You're really a great and interesting person. I like you. :-)

Haha this conversation is awesome.

I know, I fully support people who are actually in that situation, but there are definitely people who take advantage that can't be ignored.
For example, there is a program that supports single mothers with children; they get money to support each child they have.
You get the people who are legitimate, the father disappeared.
Then you have people who have the boyfriend disappear during the checks, they have seven kids, and then go buy brand names while their kids are eating ramen noodles.
Where I live and who I see/contact, I see more of the second scenario than the first. Not to say the first doesn't exist, it just bothers me that there's no efficient way to solve things like this.

As for the optional education, I don't think there should be an option for their parents to hold them back if they want to go to school.
As for the mass illiteracy or "stupidity," again, it was their choice and they ruined themselves. :\ Although at a young age, the trend would obviously show that educated people were more successful. With this, it's basically a "You don't have to go, but you are screwed and on your own if you don't."

If that doesn't work, I would suggest much stricter school policies. In middle school, there was a child misbehaving in class. The teacher was playing a video, the child was yelling, moving around the classroom, etc. Eventually, the teacher got tired and told the child to go to the Principal's office . . . the child attacked the teacher. The teacher ended up having spinal surgery, was in the hospital, and wasn't at school for several months. The kid played the racism card, and the school was on the kid's side.
That teacher was one of the best, if not THE best, teachers I've ever had. She's a wonderful person, and she's absolutely great at teaching while keeping everything fun. She's completely fair, too. I was extremely upset when I heard of this.
The fact is, some kids won't do anything until you do something to them. Even if they are going to school, they are wasting their time there. Sure, they learn basic math skills. But at a point, you have to put effort if you want to become anything more than the most basic jobs.

I've also had experience in group projects (which I honestly didn't like sometimes), because teachers would keep reinforcing "cooperation" and "teamwork". Well, if the other person doesn't care if they fail the project, and won't do their share of their work, I see no way I can convince them to do ANYTHING without the teacher interfering in some way. After the teacher interferes, there is still no way to prevent them from doing nothing, and therefore harming MY grade as well. This kind of bullshit shouldn't exist, in my opinion. Groupwork, yes. Group grades? Absolutely not, please.

And now to global warming. XD Sorry for all this spam.

I know of the effects of global warming, and it HAS contributed to desertification. However, do keep in mind that all these places were being desertified already. Did the whole course-thing in AP Human Geography. Basically, the problem dug down to there wasn't enough WATER there. Take the Amazon Rainforest, tropical reefs. Warmer temperatures aren't going to affect it as much as COLDER temperatures would.
Connecting to energy: You're absolutely right, energy is a crucial factor in countries and economies. There's no way people could cut cold-turkey. However, the source of energy definitely matters. Renewable energy (sun and wind) is pretty much crap in my opinion, their efficiency rates are ridiculously low, and they barely pay back their own cost; they serve no benefit. I am a fan of hydropower, however. Basically, coal is burned to boil water to create steam to turn turbines. Put the turbine in the running water? Problem solved.
As for nuclear power, it definitely is cheap and efficient. My concern there is the waste; the radioactive chemical waste. TBH, choosing between CO2 and chemical waste, I would choose the CO2 and warming over the poisoning of environments. I find the radioactive harm and dangers in an environment would be a lot worse than species going extinct from warming, because new species arrive.

Lol and so true people don't understand that there aren't solutions (as of now) that are both helpful to us AND the environment in optimal means. XD

I'm like half asleep right now though lol so sorry if I said anything stupid or in-comprehensive, I'll clear it up next time or whatever.

- Spiritgirl

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