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Post by Clicktopia suppressed by Hansdeltania.

The United Provinces of North America wrote:Stephen Hawking wasn't born with ALS, he was diagnosed in 1968 while in college. Plus he would of died less than 200 years ago without modern medicine.

Plus I would of died without modern medicine, even a sliver almost two decades ago.

I think if you've got time to sit around playing NationStates, you're probably the type who would have been picked off by wild animals a few centuries ago.

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Post by The United Provinces of North America suppressed by Hansdeltania.

Clicktopia wrote:I think if you've got time to sit around playing NationStates, you're probably the type who would have been picked off by wild animals a few centuries ago.

Anyone would of been at that risk. But I also study whatever is known in my area or what's edible, if I am out in the woods.

The United Provinces of North America wrote:Death is part of life. Humans are the cancer to the Earth, look around you before you say anything. Then tell me what we have done, nothing but hurt this world. Then any other specie's, the sixth mass extinction is already happening before our eyes. By 2100 humanity will either be extinct and this world will be in a coma. Hopefully humanity levels off.

Look at lemmings for example, if they over populate. They will kill themselves just to keep the population sustainable. Humans started breeding like rabbits after the Bubonic Plague, which is still around. Maybe study some biology. Human sterility is spreading.

That is the definition of whataboutism.

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Post by Khomney suppressed by Hansdeltania.

The United Provinces of North America wrote:Stephen Hawking wasn't born with ALS, he was diagnosed in 1968 while in college. Plus he would of died less than 200 years ago without modern medicine.

Plus I would of died without modern medicine, even a sliver almost two decades ago.

You can have something before being diagnosed, y'know. But I don't know the specifics so I'll give way

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Post by Khomney suppressed by Hansdeltania.

Clicktopia wrote:I think if you've got time to sit around playing NationStates, you're probably the type who would have been picked off by wild animals a few centuries ago.

Or the exact opposite if you've brought yourself to riches with your intelligence/strength

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Post by The United Provinces of North America suppressed by Hansdeltania.

Khomney wrote:Or the exact opposite if you've brought yourself to riches with your intelligence/strength

Exactly. You study the plant life in your woods, if you live by any. My dad bought me some wild edible books that are up to date. Back in 2013 and have used it since then and for the people curious, I'll usually send them a link to a website or video. You have seen me post it here, and got other's to ask me how do you identify those? I told them about wild leeks or moral's, even wild grapes. Also I know the animal life.

OOC: That's enough. Take this to the forums or Discord, but not on here. If we can't have a civil discussion, don't have one at all.

Clicktopia wrote:I think if you've got time to sit around playing NationStates, you're probably the type who would have been picked off by wild animals a few centuries ago.

Poh, that is absolutely savage

Khomney wrote:You can have something before being diagnosed, y'know. But I don't know the specifics so I'll give way

I know the specifics. I can explain it to you if you want. Just takes a somewhat long post

Post self-deleted by Ulymein.

Unlike many people I actually like debates/"arguments"(the civil ones).

The Greatest Bestest Nation wrote:We have a new Question of the Day! Today's question is: Do you follow American Football?

Nah. I prefer the real football.

Alright guys, the Presidentís back! Time to chill out!

I know Iíve been inactive for the past couple days, which is quite unusual for me. Iím pretty busy right now, and I expect itíll remain that way for another little while. Iíll probably be back on NS by this weekend - bye until then!

Hansdeltania wrote:OOC: That's enough. Take this to the forums or Discord, but not on here. If we can't have a civil discussion, don't have one at all.

Whoa, Hansdeltania, how many posts did you suppress?!

In all seriousness, thank you for taking the initiative to do something. It needed to be done. It may be true that extensive political debate keeps the RMB active, but friendly discussion does too. And itís much nicer, donít you think?

My Nation wrote:Whoa, Hansdeltania, how many posts did you suppress?!

OOC: Yes.

The Greatest Bestest Nation wrote:We have a new Question of the Day! Today's question is: Do you follow American Football?

Pisarno wrote:Nah. I prefer the real football.

Association football for me.

Pisarno

Morning 👋

Hehe.

United Confederacy of Humanity wrote:Morning 👋

Good Morning.

Hansdeltania wrote:OOC: That's enough. Take this to the forums or Discord, but not on here. If we can't have a civil discussion, don't have one at all.

Terribly sorry but it is hard to take you seriously with the OOC before everything.

Autius wrote:Terribly sorry but it is hard to take you seriously with the OOC before everything.

Surely there's no such thing as IC on this RMB?

Autius wrote:Terribly sorry but it is hard to take you seriously with the OOC before everything.

Clicktopia wrote:Surely there's no such thing as IC on this RMB?

OOC: Force of habit from my previous region.

US QOTD: Where were you that day?
INT QOTD (ROLEPLAYERS): What's your nation's intelligence department?
INT QOTD: What influences what issue choice you select?

Khomney wrote:QOTD: Where were you that day?

OOC: I wasn't even a year old on that day.

Hansdeltania wrote:OOC: I wasn't even a year old on that day.

I hope we can all agree to refer to that day as that day for no apparent reason.

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