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So the Space point challenge for today is....
What is your favorite kind/brand of chocolate?

SpaceaNia wrote:So the Space point challenge for today is....
What is your favorite kind/brand of chocolate?

Someone else’s

SpaceaNia wrote:So the Space point challenge for today is....
What is your favorite kind/brand of chocolate?

All.

Drystar wrote:Someone else’s

This too.

SpaceaNia wrote:So the Space point challenge for today is....
What is your favorite kind/brand of chocolate?

None I am lactose intolerant

SpaceaNia wrote:So the Space point challenge for today is....
What is your favorite kind/brand of chocolate?

Nothing beats those one pound Hershey bars.

SpaceaNia wrote:So the Space point challenge for today is....
What is your favorite kind/brand of chocolate?

Obvs milk, bonus for milkshake.

Auphelia wrote:All.

Reeeally?
Even, dark chocolate? Strawberry chocolate, ugh just saying that is ewing me.

I'm going to have to go look at Google Street View of Tasmania or something while I wait out these last 20 minutes.... @.@

Aumeltopia wrote:I'm going to have to go look at Google Street View of Tasmania or something while I wait out these last 20 minutes.... @.@

Um hi

TSP Delegate voting continues unabated... dead Lazarene voters and all?

When an InfoWarez contributor shared a fake video of a TSP voting machine automatically casting ballots for a left-leaning candidate, it was just another day at the races in The South Pacific, a region known for it's Linkdelightful dramatic lurching from one consitutional crisis to the next over the past 16 years.

[TSP] “It was the main story all day Sunday and was somehow predictable. Many hoaxes with conspiracy theories circulated in the weeks prior to the voting day,” said Beepee the director of AlternaFactos, a TSP fact-checking organization, told VN in a message. “This was a hoax built on paranoia.”

The lead-up to TSP’s contentious delegate election, which had its first round of voting in the offsite forums, has been marred by misinformation on platforms like FaceRage and WhatShat. A deeply polarized society has provided fertile grounds for viral conspiracy theories about everything from the death of a politician to Lazarus voters rising from the dead to vote in TSP. Fact-checkers themselves have become targets of the chaos.

The fake voting machine video, which both Drystar and fellow fact-checker 073 039 109 032 080 111 112 112 121 quickly debunked, racked up thousands of retweets after being shared by Islands of unity — the son of right-wing candidate Roavin. InfoWarez’ Auphelia also amplified the hoax. That doesn’t even take into account Discord, the messaging platform where a good chunk of TSP misinformation comes from.

Over the past few weeks, TSP voters have expressed concern about the integrity of the election, which will end its second round of voting today — despite assurances from both regional and external election officials that voting machines are safe to use. And that distrust has manifested itself in an onslaught of voter fraud-related hoaxes on social media.

“There are tons of hoaxes related to fraud in the system,” said sitting Delegate Erinor. “Election Commissioner Farengeto informed us that only 0.33 percent of the system had any kind of bad functionality problems, so it’s very low. The Order of the Grey Wardens came to TSP to analyze the system, they probably already talked about it, and found that there is no fraud in the system, actually.”

“This is just bad, bad, bad information.”

With just 30 minutes left in the polls, Aumeltopia has taken a 6 vote lead in the week long election most media are saying is still too close to call.



- Volaworand Newswire

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Aumeltopia wrote:I'm going to have to go look at Google Street View of Tasmania or something while I wait out these last 20 minutes.... @.@

Ooh, no! You should look around small villages in the Netherlands! They're absolutely delightful.

Lily Pad Nation wrote:Even, dark chocolate? Strawberry chocolate, ugh just saying that is ewing me.

I want all of the chocolate, to eat the good and dispose of the bad. I may be cruel, but I would never give someone a chocolate filled with chemical goop that tries to taste like orange.

Franlakinionds wrote:Um hi

Heya! What's up? :)

*Marco gets hungry and begins crunching on some graham crackers*

*Takes the bag from him*

No, Marco. You must wait until after the election ends. Think of it as a celebration.

*He sulks and sighs*

Aumeltopia wrote:Heya! What's up? :)

Your vote count.

Auphelia wrote:Your vote count.

*cymbal crash*

Auphelia wrote:Ooh, no! You should look around small villages in the Netherlands! They're absolutely delightful.

Good suggestion, just let me finish looking at Strathgordon...

Si-topia wrote:Nighty night TSP!

Good night Si! Have dreams of biscuits! :p

Si-topia wrote:Nighty night TSP!

GN Si!

Aumeltopia wrote:Good night Si! Have dreams of biscuits! :p

Tsk, we don't need her getting crumbs in her bed as well.

urgh 5 minutes to go... vote difference is now 7 votes in Aumeltopia's favour

page=poll/p=144940

Volaworand wrote:urgh 5 minutes to go... vote difference is now 7 votes in Aumeltopia's favour

page=poll/p=144940

No matter who wins, I've already won.

Here, have some ice cream with me as we prepare to belittle the loser and taunt the winner!

Roavin, Aumeltopia, you both get to be mocked!

Keeping my vote with Roavin... but it's almost over now....

Alright, Marco. Put on your kepi and straighten your tie.

*He nods and does so*

With two minutes left, the Stonebridge Times has an election update....
The Stonebridge Times is calling the election for Somyrion/Aumeltopia.
It would take a massive flip or outside influence to change the outcome of this election. We congratulate both candidates.

weirds things you find in dispatches:

Auphelia wrote:There we go!

No amount of time that would actually ever happen. We are effectively immune to RMB death thanks to a constant influx of nations.

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