Free States of Gaia RMB

WA Delegate: The United Kingdom of 11 Templar Knights (elected )

Founder: The Flatulent Bleatings of Pompous Windbags

BoardActivity History Admin Rank

Highest Economic Output: 348th Largest Populations: 361st Most Influential: 406th+15
Most Nations: 613th Most Stationary: 692nd Largest Automobile Manufacturing Sector: 809th Largest Publishing Industry: 873rd Nudest: 1,241st Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,369th Largest Mining Sector: 1,408th Smartest Citizens: 1,528th Most Avoided: 1,731st Most Devout: 1,739th Largest Manufacturing Sector: 1,742nd Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 1,823rd Largest Retail Industry: 1,858th Most Armed: 1,934th Healthiest Citizens: 1,963rd
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Welcome to the Free States of Gaia, a region free from tyranny, where your nation has room to prosper and may be governed as you see fit. Feel free to post penis on the RMB.
All UN nations please endorse our delegate.

Regions Poet Laureate is The Upgrading Scenario of Ormrod

Philosophy 115 Ambassador - Deidre Skye

Regional forum ~

Embassies: Philosophy 115.

Tags: Medium and Neutral.

Regional Power: Moderate

Free States of Gaia contains 22 nations, the 613th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Efficient Economies in Free States of Gaia

Nations ranked highly are the most ruthlessly efficient at translating raw resources, including people, into economic output.

As a region, Free States of Gaia is ranked 5,688th in the world for Most Efficient Economies.

NationWA CategoryMotto
21.The Geek of ComputerOneInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The Power of One”
22.The Unbridled Freedom of St Karliam In CastroAnarchy“Together we shine brighter”

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Free States of Gaia Regional Message Board

I just realized that I have been here for almost 11 years. Time flys.

You can say that again, I first found this group in the fall of 2004.... O_o WE ARE GETTING OLD......

My life has been turned upside down twice while I've been here. Lots of highs, and lots of lows. That's life.

Well, we are all glad that you are still here Scandal. :)

Speaking of time flying, after 10 and a half years at my current employer, today is my last day. It feels a bit surreal that once I leave through those doors, it will be for the last time. But it's time for a change.

Best of luck at your new endeavour.

Saturday night and no hockey? Blasphemy!

The United Kingdom of 11 Templar Knights wrote:You can say that again, I first found this group in the fall of 2004.... O_o WE ARE GETTING OLD......

I came here in the early Summer of '05 and have been occupying space ever since.

The Constitutional Monarchy of Scandaland wrote:Best of luck at your new endeavour.

Well, I am a week and a half into my new job... Funny how my commute is only different by 20 floors. LOL
At least I have a much better view of downtown!

I am right in the heart of Toronto's financial district. I have a pinched view of the the Toronto Islands, a narrow view of the Rogers Centre (Blue Jays home, formerly the Sky Dome), and a rather odd view of the CN Tower. There is one view I really like. There is a pretty old church right next to Roy Thompson Hall that I can see. Roy Thompson Hall looks kind of like an alien space craft, and having it next to the church is pretty cool.

And I'm almost a lock to win our little hockey pool. Going into the final I have all 8 players I drafted (all Sharks) and a 35 point lead over the nearest rival, who has 4 Penguins. Even though the Sharks lost the first 2 games in Pittsburgh, I actually widened my lead. However...

'You never count your money, when you're sitting at the table'

Congratulations to the Pittsburgh Penguins for their Stanley Cup victory, and to me (of course!) for winning our hockey pool with a record setting point total. :)

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