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Balder contains 4,821 nations, the 8th most in the world.

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The Most Compassionate Citizens in Balder

Exhaustive World Census tests involving kittens revealed the following nations to be the most compassionate.

As a region, Balder is ranked 9,509th in the world for Most Compassionate Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
2,451.The Republic of Greater ProspectDemocratic Socialists“Dimidium facti qui coepit habet”
2,452.The Kingdom of BaeleerInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Those Who Cannot Bend, Shall Break”
2,453.The Empire of All The Land Of All The Bare BearsFather Knows Best State“Bare the bare bears”
2,454.The Democratic Republic of WigwamiaCorrupt Dictatorship“You dont know what you got untill its too late to run”
2,455.The Most Serene Republic of BlaasippaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Hidden away.”
2,456.The Empire of Totalitarian DominancePsychotic Dictatorship“Watch as everything you love gets brutally slaughtered.”
2,457.The Arab Kingdom of RuwaitInoffensive Centrist Democracy“الله والدولة.”
2,458.The Matriarchy of Joanna SouthcottCorrupt Dictatorship“The 24 of course”
2,459.The Nomadic Peoples of AtopoiptaNew York Times Democracy“The best lack all conviction”
2,460.The Empire of RextoniaCorrupt Dictatorship“Hope is the first step into the road of disappointment”
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The  ★  of New Fakeland wrote:Also not a fan of the current legal system, because neither side care about the truth, only about winning, and sometimes having an expensive lawyer can matter more than the truth (so it's basically an unfair system that favours the rich).
And having a jury of non-trained people decide the outcome just means that the outcome can be determined by emotional manipulation, misleading evidence, etc. (so again, can be determined by how good the lawyer is at playing the jury, than on the facts).

Yeah, it's a lousy system to have trials focus more on comparing the skill of the lawyers than on getting at the truth. I'm not sure what could fix it, though, without being even more vulnerable to corruption. We'd need a group of entirely neutral, trustworthy experts to assess evidence that would be called in by the judge, instead of one attorney or the other. Maybe disbar lawyers who get caught intentionally deceiving the jury. Of course, ideally the prosecutor would be more concerned with getting the right guy than just getting a conviction. But good luck getting any laws to encourage that through when trying to keep innocent people out of jail is considered 'soft on crime'. And the defender's job ought to be making sure that the legal rights of the accused are protected and giving them advice on the legal complexities of the situation, not doing anything possible to get them off, but expensive defense attorneys would have a hard time charging as much if that was all they did.

In Teh Supremez0r, we've got mind readers to make sure nobody gets away with lying under oath. Makes things a lot simpler, as long as you don't want any right to privacy in your own head.

Lordren and New Fakeland

As far as "legally blind", it may sound weird but it is an important distinction. Since I can still see, I'm not fully blind, but my vision is so poor compared to a normal person that it affects my ability to work. It crosses a "legal threshold" for what counts as blindness.

I think that "Legal Blindness" thresholds may vary between jurisdictions.

Post self-deleted by Lordren.

Nope. Legal blindness is part of the Federal SSA guidelines! (Insert "The More You Know" jingle here)
http://www.allaboutvision.com/lowvision/social-security.htm

Unless you mean on a country-by-country basis, in which case you're probably right. And since Fake is from the UK, his rules might be different.

The Dominion of Lordren wrote:Nope. Legal blindness is part of the Federal SSA guidelines! (Insert "The More You Know" jingle here)
http://www.allaboutvision.com/lowvision/social-security.htm
Unless you mean on a country-by-country basis, in which case you're probably right. And since Fake is from the UK, his rules might be different.


Legal blindness is the same in UK and US

Lordren

And knowing is half the power!

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Um
I don't know how I got here, but thank you for your time. I think there's been a mistake.

The Community of Chaize wrote:UmI don't know how I got here, but thank you for your time. I think there's been a mistake.

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