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Please respect the endorsement cap of half of the WAD's, rounding up, currently at 38
Theologian-in-Residence: Closeted Cases
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Featured Region 13 Apr 2013 and 9 Jan 2012.

Embassies: We usually don't swap embassies with regions smaller than 10 unique nations or newer than 1 month, unless they are LGBTQ-centric.



Embassies: The FRA, Philosophy 115, The Sea Of Love, Global Right Alliance, Allied States of EuroIslanders, New Europe, the Rejected Realms, Nudist Dreamland, Gay Equality, Atlantis, The Commonwealth Of Furry Peoples, The Respected Realms, The SOP, Philippines, Central Pacific Empire, Hippy Haven, and 78 others.The Republic of the Netherlands, Esquarium, Antarctic Oasis, Lower Canada, The United Federative of the UCE PUPPETS, Asiana, The United Nations of Here, Laissez Faireholm, Democratic Socialist Assembly, The Skeleton Army, Australia, Kotturheim, Mysterium, Bloodbender Heaven, My Pants, Ankh Mauta, The Atheist Empire, The Coalition of Democratic Nations, Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, The Church of Eris, Texas, A Liberal Haven, Kingdom of Ireland, The Transgender Region, Nelborne Union, Minoa, Eternal Silence, Archmont, ConWorkShop, Gayness of Atlantis, The United World of Battlefronts, Haiku, Lazarus, The Realm of Chaos, Federation of Planets Headquarters, Deritan Meillur, Land of Zion, United Burandan Nations, Hapes Consortium, Kratsville, Meridon, The Federated Union of Stars, The Socialist States of the Philippines, Regionamehere, Federation of Anarchist Communes, The Legions of Heaven And Hell, Ausozera, Das Kommune, LCRUA, GFW, Greeks, Creliose, Democratic Republic of Bavaria, Westphalia, Heroes Rise, United Transgender Womens Union, Free Greece, Lesbia, Sandbox, Oakwood, Grandeir Aurora, Lesbos, Gloucester, Non Aligned Movement, Liberate Anarchy, The Q, The world order of the left, Anarchy, The Alliance of Queens, International Freedom Union, Chisholm ELP Class Revised, Demoregion, Ostrekgima, The Lezzles Confederacy, The Great Chili, United Federation of Nation States, The Earth Kingdom, and Warzone Airspace.

Construction of embassies with Dreamia has commenced. Completion expected .

Construction of embassies with International Republican Union has commenced. Completion expected .

Construction of embassies with Gay Fan People Who Do Stuff has commenced. Completion expected .

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Regional Power: Very High

Gay contains 303 nations, the 32nd most in the world.

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The Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector in Gay

As a region, Gay is ranked 18,710th in the world for Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
11.The Fluffy Pink Clouds of QuirksylvaniaFather Knows Best State“Quirk Rules All With Firmness and Solipsism”
12.The Commonwealth of OubriaScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Nemo me impune lacessit ”
13.The Decaying mind of Otis-TWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“🐢🐢 🐢 🐢 🐢 ”
14.The Republic of EmoryWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Together, we make a whole”
15.The Incorporated States of The Committee of Allied WorkersDemocratic Socialists“Allied Together to Commit Workers Forward Together!”
16.The Republic of RhenoraCapitalist Paradise“Humility.”
17.The Most Serene Republic of Arean WaveFather Knows Best State“Just Stop It”
18.The Holy Empire of Confederation of ShwetankWA MemberFather Knows Best State“Yogakshemam Vahamyaham”
19.The Sacred Yellow Lotus Colony of Sri RutteInoffensive Centrist Democracy“We Rise Like the Great Le Tigre”
20.The Heavenly Republic of PhoseeIron Fist Consumerists“Indefatigable”
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The Democratic States of Potassium cyanide wrote:But chocolate. Is there anything better than chocolate?
*stuffs handful of 70% chocolate into mouth*

Not having a migraine from eating dark chocolate is better than eating the chocolate. Alas. Who wants my share of the choccie?

Fisxol and Sweet-hell

The Social Democratic Kingdom of Catanthia wrote:I have a stigma in one eye that makes me need both.


That's unfortunate :c

The Matriarchal Scociety of Not Quite New Zealand wrote:I have no plans for valentine's day except...*smiles deviously* WATCHING DEADPOOL!!!!


... mine includes watching my parents exchanging gifts and then insulting each other XD

Catanthia

The Rogue Nation of Fisxol wrote:That's unfortunate :c
... mine includes watching my parents exchanging gifts and then insulting each other XD

That is so sad. :(

1 day 7 hours ago: Following new legislation in Serenes, an increasing percentage of the population's youth have homosexual parents.

^_^

The Kingdom of Serenes wrote:1 day 7 hours ago: Following new legislation in Serenes, an increasing percentage of the population's youth have homosexual parents.
^_^


Oh, how I love reading issue results like that! :)
Apparently, now in Carrico there are many polyamorous marriages taking place- I love it!

Not Quite New Zealand

Since the husband unit and I are both trying to lose weight, I wasn't going to go the candy route this year for Valentine's Day. Then yesterday, a box of chocolate-covered strawberries arrived for me. So I got onto the internet and ordered him a 2 lb. box of See's truffles, assorted chocolates in a heart-shaped box with a teddy bear on it, and a See's tote bag. Since I was ordering so late, I had to pay for overnight shipping (even though yesterday was the 11th), so the shipping cost nearly as much as the goods. =O

There is actually a lot of truth in the stereotype that women like chocolate and men like ice cream. I suppose you can cover the bases by giving your loved one chocolate ice cream. ;)

Fennijer, at least VD 2016 HAS to be better than 2015, even if you stay home alone, eat chocolate, and watch TV!

Everyone, take a lesson from Fenn's story and remember that people are in the hospital to get better, not to be a captive audience to entertain you!!! Unless you are a family member (or a "family" member) staying to help look out for the hospitalized person (I highly recommend you have one of those when possible), visits should be short and sweet, not more than 15 minutes. Some people make it a point to remain standing the whole time to remind themselves not to get comfortable and overstay; I've known others to take small children with them (when possible) for the same reason. I'd say the only exception to that rule is if the person doesn't have anyone else staying with them, is desperately lonely, and there are obviously things that need doing around the room (tidying up, hanging get well cards on the wall, calling food services, going to the nurses' station for meds or assistance going to the bathroom (NEVER do that yourself--if the patient falls and breaks something, it needs to be the hospital that's responsible, not you) or whatever. If you're visiting and someone else arrives to visit, you should immediately excuse yourself--you don't want to overwhelm the patient with too many people at once. Nowadays, most people who are inpatients at hospitals are really sick, unless it's just for observation, so you can do the most good with brief visits and cards. I would never call the hospital room with a telephone, as you don't know if the patient is sleeping or not. Save somewhat longer visits for when the patient is home, feeling better, and probably needs things done around the house, going by the grocery store, etc. The point is to facilitate healing and to make the patient more comfortable, not to unload your sh!t onto the patient.

Vamp, I'm sorry chocolate is/can be a trigger for migraines, that must be awful. My #1 trigger was always bright light (especially sunlight); when I'm at my worst, I have to wear sunglasses indoors at night. I recently had a procedure that is supposed to stop them for 6-24 months, but I'm already having migraines again after just 2 months, so I likely won't be returning to work in 2016. :(

Not Quite New Zealand

Arms Manufacturing

As a region, Gay is ranked 18,710th in the world for Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector. That's the 6th lowest region in all of NS!

top 100: Haldana
top 1000: no one

bottom 100: Gracieland
bottom 1000: Genesis, Matt, KB, BN, Senshu, Moose, Grapefruit, Sesal, Bio

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Welcome to Gay, , Old Markovia, Social Justice and Feelings, and Ross Empire!!!

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The All Persons Cherished of BearNation wrote:...the husband unit...

Heh.

The Decaying mind of Otis-T wrote:Gravitational waves detected for the first time ever by the LIGO observatories. Einstein is proven correct in his theories now. Opens doors to gravitational telescopes and gravitational observation in general.
Basically, the waves of a binary black hole system merging have been detected. The event happened about a billion years ago and the shock wave finally arrived some months back. After countless reviews and tests, the gravitational waves have been confirmed.

As I am reading this post I am listening to amazing music that fits perfectly. I read about that yesterday, and it is one of the most amazing things I have ever heard of. All of the other amazing things have been related to space.

The All Persons Cherished of BearNation wrote:Since the husband unit and I are both trying to lose weight, I wasn't going to go the candy route this year for Valentine's Day. Then yesterday, a box of chocolate-covered strawberries arrived for me. So I got onto the internet and ordered him a 2 lb. box of See's truffles, assorted chocolates in a heart-shaped box with a teddy bear on it, and a See's tote bag. Since I was ordering so late, I had to pay for overnight shipping (even though yesterday was the 11th), so the shipping cost nearly as much as the goods. =O
There is actually a lot of truth in the stereotype that women like chocolate and men like ice cream. I suppose you can cover the bases by giving your loved one chocolate ice cream. ;)
Fennijer, at least VD 2016 HAS to be better than 2015, even if you stay home alone, eat chocolate, and watch TV!
Everyone, take a lesson from Fenn's story and remember that people are in the hospital to get better, not to be a captive audience to entertain you!!! Unless you are a family member (or a "family" member) staying to help look out for the hospitalized person (I highly recommend you have one of those when possible), visits should be short and sweet, not more than 15 minutes. Some people make it a point to remain standing the whole time to remind themselves not to get comfortable and overstay; I've known others to take small children with them (when possible) for the same reason. I'd say the only exception to that rule is if the person doesn't have anyone else staying with them, is desperately lonely, and there are obviously things that need doing around the room (tidying up, hanging get well cards on the wall, calling food services, going to the nurses' station for meds or assistance going to the bathroom (NEVER do that yourself--if the patient falls and breaks something, it needs to be the hospital that's responsible, not you) or whatever. If you're visiting and someone else arrives to visit, you should immediately excuse yourself--you don't want to overwhelm the patient with too many people at once. Nowadays, most people who are inpatients at hospitals are really sick, unless it's just for observation, so you can do the most good with brief visits and cards. I would never call the hospital room with a telephone, as you don't know if the patient is sleeping or not. Save somewhat longer visits for when the patient is home, feeling better, and probably needs things done around the house, going by the grocery store, etc. The point is to facilitate healing and to make the patient more comfortable, not to unload your sh!t onto the patient.
Vamp, I'm sorry chocolate is/can be a trigger for migraines, that must be awful. My #1 trigger was always bright light (especially sunlight); when I'm at my worst, I have to wear sunglasses indoors at night. I recently had a procedure that is supposed to stop them for 6-24 months, but I'm already having migraines again after just 2 months, so I likely won't be returning to work in 2016. :(

I am really sorry the procedure didn't last longer than 2 months. Will you be doing that again?
Also, I recommend covering your love in chocolate for Valentine's day....but not chocolate ice cream.

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