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Saved seviot republics

Grimsby town wrote:I'll say it for all those who are thinking it, like me: dogs are far superior.

Not so far

Keponistan

United internatia

I think we should have someone on YouTube who can increase nation states popularity which is good for all of us

Betaland

Boys, how do I improve my economy and get rid of the companies?

Humanity bureau

Betaland wrote:Boys, how do I improve my economy and get rid of the companies?

well when you start a nation there are a option to get rid of all companies
and also if you want to increase economy just accept something that increase economy.

Humanity bureau

or any case capitalisms

United internatia wrote:I think we should have someone on YouTube who can increase nation states popularity which is good for all of us

Not good for the server. The anount of new nations joining at once because of Drew Durnil has crashed NS.

Volaworand wrote:My best work on a welcome to TSP post ever:

Always a classic.

Curly:"Hey Moe, we got staying power!"

Larry:"Because we got 13th most stationary in the SP today?"

Curly:"Why, cointnee not! I think it's from the five viagras I choked down last nite, Rite Moe?!?"

Moe:"C'mere........."

Curly:"Moe, don't....!"

SLAP!!

How do I join the West Pacific

Betaland

Enafo wrote:How do I join the West Pacific

Alt+F4

Actual Answer: You go to the region's home page that you want to go to, then scroll down until you find "Today's World Census Report." Click the move option there

Betaland wrote:Alt+F4

Actual Answer: You go to the region's home page that you want to go to, then scroll down until you find "Today's World Census Report." Click the move option there

Thanks a lot

Enafo wrote:How do I join the West Pacific

;-;

We'll miss you, Enafo...

Should I move to West Pacific too just because?

Mapico wrote:Should I move to West Pacific too just because?

I can't say yes or I'll be ejected for recruitment.

So, enjoy your complimentary "No" answer.

Aidenfieeld, Mapico, Proctethia, Melicorium, and 2 othersPradesh, and Betaland

Betaland

This is getting out of hand, someone call in the nukes

Heyo, I'm back again. My main is known as Solharcht Kirale which is in the West Pacific which is why I wanted to go there, but I'll have this puppet of mine stay here and kind of act as an "embassy" of a sort for the West Pacific. I hope I'll enjoy my puppet's stay.

Betaland

Enafo wrote:Heyo, I'm back again. My main is known as Solharcht Kirale which is in the West Pacific which is why I wanted to go there, but I'll have this puppet of mine stay here and kind of act as an "embassy" of a sort for the West Pacific. I hope I'll enjoy my puppet's stay.

Welcome!

President george washington

Good morning everyone

Aidenfieeld, Proctethia, Melicorium, and Babes without borders

Mapico wrote:Should I move to West Pacific too just because?

I forgot if it was west or east. But one of the pacifics are singing?
Edit: checked, it was the west

I retrieved Alice Parker from the Prison Hospital of Rennes Centre Pénitentiaire pour Femmes days before her trial for her theft of La Gioconda for the Erinor Museum of Fine Art during her The 25 Art Thefts of Christmas last year as noted here

The 25 Thefts of Christmas - 2019

As my Christmas gift to The South Pacific, I thought that I would fill its Erinor Museum of Fine Art with the artwork worthy of such an institution. So I planned and executed the The 25 Art Thefts of Christmas to fill the Museum with the finest and most expensive art work to be found in the world. I placed one piece in the Museum, per day, leading up to Christmas, to with:

  1. The Bathers by Cezanne

  2. The Persistence of Memory, by Dali

  3. The Dance, by Matisse

  4. The Kiss, by Klimt

  5. The Sleeping Gypsy, by Rousseau

  6. The Last Judgement, by Hieronymus Bosch

  7. The Night Watch, by Rembrandt

  8. Massacre of the Innocents by Rubens

  9. No 5, 1948, by Jackson Pollak

  10. Bal du moulin de la Galette, by Renoir

  11. Water Lilies, by Monet

  12. The Scream, by Edvard Munch

  13. Arrangement in Grey and Black No.1, by James Whistler

  14. American Gothic, by Grant Wood

  15. Portrait of Dora Maar, 1937, by Pablo Picasso

  16. The Starry Night, by Vincent Van Gogh

  17. Olympia, by Édouard Manet

  18. The Third of May 1808 (aka The Executions), by Francisco Goya

  19. Girl with a Pearl Earring, by Johannes Vermeer

  20. The Birth of Venus, by Sandro Botticelli

  21. Nighthawks, by Edward Hopper

  22. Las Meninas, by Diego Velázquez

  23. Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, by Pieter Bruegel

  24. The Sistine Madonna, by Raphael Santi

  25. La Gioconda (aka The Mona Lisa), by Leonardo Da Vinci

    For more information on, and pictures of, these pieces of art, go LinkHERE or LinkHERE.

Read dispatch


She is well and is now back home while still convalescing from the wounds she received during that theft. No doubt she will become more active as she convalesces.

*lurk*

Aidenfieeld, President george washington, Proctethia, and Melicorium

*wakes up, looks around* Alice Parker is back! *does her happy dance, and goes back to sleep*

Alice Parker, Drystar, Aidenfieeld, President george washington, and 2 othersProctethia, and Melicorium

Oh crap...
BackAgain is back again...

By the way...

HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WORKERS' DAY, COMRADES!
WORKERS OF THE WORLD, UNITE, YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT YOUR CHAINS!

Where are my fellow Socialists at?

Aidenfieeld, Proctethia, Betaland, and Humanity bureau

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