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Loftegen 2 wrote:LazASK question for the day: Are there a lot of green spaces (parks, random fields, etc) in cities in your nation? Are cities generally pleasant places to be? (OK, that's two questions, but what the heck?)

Random fields not so much, but parks, yes. Some are quite large, some are very small. As to whether the cities are pleasant places to be, to answer very broadly, yes. Crime, pollution, and crowding are the most common problems, but the abundance of opportunities for employment and entertainment make up for those issues.

Mzeusia prides itself on having a harmonious relationship with the environment, and it has long been a belief that the nature around someone needs abundant and healthy, and they themselves need to be physically healthy for them to be mentally healthy. The Mzeusian god Itiphan is the god of life and nature, and is one of the major gods residing on Mt Tyserian. This demonstrates just how important nature is to Mzeusians.

So yes, there are a lot of green spaces. Mzeusian cities are generally nice places to be as well.Of course there will be nicer neighbourhoods and not so nice ones, but on the whole, crime is low, pollution is low, and they are viewed as god place to live.

OBUNGA THE BIG SNAKE wrote:Helno

Greetings. Happy refounding.

Loftegen 2 wrote:LazASK question for the day: Are there a lot of green spaces (parks, random fields, etc) in cities in your nation? Are cities generally pleasant places to be? (OK, that's two questions, but what the heck?)

Random fields not so much, but parks, yes. Some are quite large, some are very small. As to whether the cities are pleasant places to be, to answer very broadly, yes. Crime, pollution, and crowding are the most common problems, but the abundance of opportunities for employment and entertainment make up for those issues.

Yes! Not only have we built a multitude of parks all across our cities (especially Venstradam and Citeverda), we have even genetically engineered a species of folk that can feed on asphalt and grow right on the sidewalk, brightening up our futuristic cities.

Mzeusia wrote:Greetings. Happy refounding.

Why thank you good sir or madam, it is a pleasure to be back at it!

OBUNGA THE BIG SNAKE wrote:Why thank you good sir or madam, it is a pleasure to be back at it!

Tubbius the Rotund and Benevolent of Treadwellia welcomes you with a jolly, wheezy, "Mmph mmph!"

"Lazarene Nations over Endorsement Cap" sounded too boring. Changed the dispatch name to The Naughty List.

New Rogernomics wrote:"Lazarene Nations over Endorsement Cap" sounded too boring. Changed the dispatch name to The Naughty List.

Good choice.

Here's a question. Who thinks the WA encroaches too much on individual nation rights?

Mzeusia wrote:Here's a question. Who thinks the WA encroaches too much on individual nation rights?

I do. Snoodum would never allow hormone therapy to be imposed. If there was sufficient motivation to do so then it might come into effect though we would not bow the knee to such crazy legislation without many lengthy debates in Parliament.

New royal

Looking for some endorsements. Thanks!

I am voting Against the current Security Council proposal that is at vote.

Loftegen 2 wrote:LazASK question for the day: Are there a lot of green spaces (parks, random fields, etc) in cities in your nation? Are cities generally pleasant places to be? (OK, that's two questions, but what the heck?)

Random fields not so much, but parks, yes. Some are quite large, some are very small. As to whether the cities are pleasant places to be, to answer very broadly, yes. Crime, pollution, and crowding are the most common problems, but the abundance of opportunities for employment and entertainment make up for those issues.

Parks are common in Leonism, most notably in the purpose built capital, Leestcheck, where they are abundant. Many cities also have enclosed spaces of natural, untouched wood- or greenland. The least green city is Blaumeisehaven, the coastal capital of the South Frisia province and Leonism's largest metropolis at 25 million inhabitants. It has lots of canals and other waterways however.

Generally, Leonism has very liveable cities, with crime and pollution being mostly nonexistent and traffic manageable thanks to a well-funded public transportation system and extensive use of bicycles. The car ban was recently overturned but cars are not going to dominate the cities like they did in the 20th century.

Puppet of Mzeusia here.

I love this banner. Mzeusia doesn't have it, but Thoonia does.
nation=thoonia?banner=l31

Thoonia wrote:Puppet of Mzeusia here.

I love this banner. Mzeusia doesn't have it, but Thoonia does.
nation=thoonia?banner=l31

It does look splendid!

Leonism wrote:It does look splendid!

Yeah. So peaceful and idyllic.

Finish the below sentence.

Harry and Bob met up for

Snoodum wrote:Finish the below sentence.

Harry and Bob met up for

Their traditional Monday wrestle behind the carnival.

Finish this: Harry was feeling happy as he saw Bob's face, but...

Mzeusia wrote:Their traditional Monday wrestle behind the carnival.

Finish this: Harry was feeling happy as he saw Bob's face, but...

what he did not see was the waitress fall over the old man's leg behind him.

Snoodum wrote:what he did not see was the waitress fall over the old man's leg behind him.

He did however, hear the scream and crash as the waitress dropped a tray of drinks.

Mzeusia wrote:He did however, hear the scream and crash as the waitress dropped a tray of drinks.

Finish this:

June snuck up on Sally, her...

Snoodum wrote:Finish this:

June snuck up on Sally, her...

colander perched precariously on her head.
Finish this: Arnold swept the floor with explosive movements because...

Sneyland wrote:Adelsin Should we do this??

Yes, begin the testing for moose butter.

We're also running low on moose. We need to start promoting procreation again so go out to Blockbuster and rent out Rocky and Bullwinkle, the movie. Play it in the morning non-stop overnight. We need more baby moose for the tender stews.

>_>

Mzeusia wrote:colander perched precariously on her head.
Finish this: Arnold swept the floor with explosive movements because...

he was damned if he was going to fail to put across King Borund's insanity on the last night of his otherwise esteemed acting career.
Finish this: Gerald got into his car, turning the music up and forgetting that he hadn't...

Snoodum wrote:Finish this: Gerald got into his car, turning the music up and forgetting that he hadn't...

disposed of the week old body that was sitting in the back.

Bartholomew rose from his bed with a frown. He could hear a noise that...

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