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Kraljevstvo Rata wrote:What's up, Lazarus?

Discussing courts. How can you have a law restricting a court when one doesn't exist?

Demonos wrote:Discussing courts. How can you have a law restricting a court when one doesn't exist?

preemptive restrictions

Demonos wrote:Discussing courts. How can you have a law restricting a court when one doesn't exist?

you can't. unless the law was made to restrict future courts?

Kraljevstvo Rata wrote:you can't. unless the law was made to restrict future courts?

Glorious Society wrote:preemptive restrictions

Spaljid Novoseljic, we have the plesure to introduce to you President Daniel Ryan, who said it best, "preemptive restrictions". Mr. President Ryan, with wit like that, why not sit on the bench yourself? Your presence would satisfy nations of the Southern Compact, wouldn't it?

Demonos wrote:Spaljid Novoseljic, we have the plesure to introduce to you President Daniel Ryan, who said it best, "preemptive restrictions". Mr. President Ryan, with wit like that, why not sit on the bench yourself? Your presence would satisfy nations of the Southern Compact, wouldn't it?

It is an honor, President Daniel. And I agree. Your presence would greatly satisfy the nations of this great compact.

Loftegen 3 wrote:What happened to "My body, my choice?"

When did I ever say that, or say I agreed with that? I do respect a lot of choices, but not getting vaccinated for proven vaccines is just pure stupidity. If you dont have an allergy to the proven vaccine and you refuse to get one, you put others in danger.

Demonos, you voted in the wrong thread.

A BB puppet rises again..

Good afternoon Lazarus

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Commonwealth Of Astoria wrote:Good afternoon Lazarus

Afternoon!

How many of yall are still around?

New Vedan wrote:How many of yall are still around?

Im still here!

Debussy wrote:Demonos, you voted in the wrong thread.

Explain. Send me a TG about it.

New Vedan wrote:How many of yall are still around?

Ever since the cold death of the South Seas, I have been seriously developing Almadaria. I have shot down a civilian airliner. I have fairly coherent characters, writing, and ideas for the future. I have a pseudo-IRA going international and operating like a cartel. I have genuinely enjoyed using this different blend of a nation.

For comparison on which nation is better, let's look at this data.
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Civilian Airliners shot down:
FRCP: 0
Almadaria: 1
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I think the results are conclusive.

Your favorite pasta!

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(After a error in build its back!)

Despite recent calls amongst the rabal to give foreign aid and world involvement Danfer and it`s High Preist and Prophet Julis Stoven "The Doveful" remains committed to the isolationist and Danfer first polices that have always kept us strong and cement are moral foundation. We shall however remain a shining light for all to aspire to in moral and spirituality, after all, who wouldn`t want to follow the great "Word of All".

OOC: This is an RP series I have begun about a murder investigation in Mzeusia. Things will be kept PG 13, but because of the content of the RP, read at your own discretion

It is early in the afternoon. Birds are singing outside the local district police station in the northern Mzeusian county of Erephis. The phone rings. Officer Yousafi spits a piece of chewing gum into the bin and answers.

"Hello? Police?" comes a man's voice.

"Yes sir," Yousafi answers, sitting up straighter at the sound of the man's distressed voice. What..."

"I've...I've found a body."

The man gives directions, and a few minutes later, Officer Yousafi hangs up the phone. "We've got a body." His colleagues look up from their desks. Yousafi stands, puts on his jacket and thunders down the stairs of the police station. More officers follow. Yousafi leaps into his car. It takes half an hour for the police to arrive. On the drive, Yousafi relays the information from the caller to his colleagues.

"A middle aged man. He was found in the woods by the side of the road, partly covered by leafs. The caller was walking his dog. Body looks fresh."

When the officers arrived on scene, Yousafi approached the man. He is standing by the road, pointed to the spot where the body lay. Yousafi moved into the woods, pushing aside branches to get to the path the dog-walker had been on. A few feet away, he saw the man's body.

While some of the police comforted the dog-walker, Yousafi and a few others examined the scene. There was no doubt that this was a murder, but not wanting to contaminate the crime scene, the officers could determine very little else. The forensic team were, however, on their way. Yousafi scowled, turning to another officer, hands on hips.

"When's the last time we had a murder here?"

"Off the top of my head, I don't know." the woman replied.

Chancellor Emily Jheff is very confused. "Somewhere, someone, at some point in time, chose you to exist, so you may decide who shall not!"

Cossack Peoples wrote:Ever since the cold death of the South Seas, I have been seriously developing Almadaria. I have shot down a civilian airliner. I have fairly coherent characters, writing, and ideas for the future. I have a pseudo-IRA going international and operating like a cartel. I have genuinely enjoyed using this different blend of a nation.

For comparison on which nation is better, let's look at this data.
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Civilian Airliners shot down:
FRCP: 0
Almadaria: 1
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I think the results are conclusive.

So you went from Russian to Latin American? Cant blame you, its alot Warner down there. Plus they have Rum! Personally I dont know if I'm going to get back into RPing anytime soon, it was pretty fun at first but eventually it started to take a toll on my time and patience. Heres a pro tip: Dont try feuding leaders unless you have alot of time and energy to invest into it. It's pretty neat being able to craft a story from the point of view of two very diffrent people, both vying for control of the same nation during a regionwide cold war. But god is it time consuming having to write from both points of view, especially when your trying to both balance the two sides, and interact with other players in a timely manner. I should have either not had a election to begin with, or let Alice die for good after getting shot at the conference. Having to be both Alice and Kamreon at the same time really burned me out. Maybe next time I'll devote my energy into writing a novel instead, I can do that at my own pace and maybe have something to leave behind to the world when I'm dead and buried.

New Vedan wrote:How many of yall are still around?

Me

Glorious Society wrote:Me

It's good to see all the south sea nations are still around. We truley have the best part of the map.

New Vedan wrote:It's good to see all the south sea nations are still around. We truley have the best part of the map.

Puts a bottle of beer in a bottle and throws it out to sea to hopefully one day reach the south sea nations.

New Vedan wrote:It's good to see all the south sea nations are still around. We truley have the best part of the map.

South for the Southerners!!

Cossack Peoples wrote:South for the Southerners!!

Death to the North!

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