WA Delegate: The Pretty Pretty Pony of SillyString (elected )
Embassies: Stargate, the South Pacific, Taijitu, International Democratic Union, Equilism, Balder, Europeia, Albion, The East Pacific, Osiris, the Rejected Realms, the West Pacific, Lazarus, Spiritus, Lone Wolves United, NationStates, and 11 others.The Commonwealth of Crowns, British Isles, Mordor, Unknown, The Skeleton Army, Warzone Asia, Australia, Warzone Airspace, Anti Nazi Alliance, The Coalition of Democratic Nations, and Kingdom of Alexandria.
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Regional Power: Extremely High
Today's World Census Report
The Most Godforsaken in The North Pacific
World Census experts studied which citizens seemed least concerned about eternal damnation, spiritual awakeness, and holistic aura chakra wellbeing in order to determine the least godly nations.
As a region, The North Pacific is ranked 7,426th in the world for Most Godforsaken.
|51.||The Grand and Most Serene Duchy of Unimaginable Doom||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“In Honour Bound”|
|52.||The Republic of Manilowia||New York Times Democracy||“Semper ubi sub ubi”|
|53.||The Allied Huggable Fluffies of Kitabo||Left-wing Utopia||“Still supporting freedom and democracy in TNP”|
|54.||The Commonwealth of Brutobropia||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“If the price is right...”|
|55.||The Headquarters of Shop-O-Rama||Capitalist Paradise||“Work Buy Consume Thrive”|
|56.||The Grand Socialist Autocracy of Ioseppia||Father Knows Best State||“Harmony through Tyranny”|
|57.||The 25 of -------------------------||Capitalizt||“The North Pacific”|
|58.||The Cattery of The Big Bad Boo||Capitalizt||“Can't win, Don't try”|
|59.||The Rejected Lands of Cocaine factory island||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“Live in peace.”|
|60.||The Empire of Northcanadia||Capitalist Paradise||“darn that gravity”|
- : The Empire of The kingdom of bloodtopia arrived from The West Pacific.
- : The People's Republic of BM-25 departed this region for Ravoldia.
- : The Rogue Nation of Leaders departed this region for The Southern Pacific Alliance.
- : The People's Republic of BM-25 was founded.
- : The People's Republic of The Unified Doll Front departed this region for Chireiden.
- : The United States of JOPOP arrived from Lone Wolves United.
- : The People's Republic of The Unified Doll Front was founded.
- : The Republic of ConserveReportion departed this region for TheDankness.
- : The People's Republic of Arcticoa arrived from Arctican Territory.
- : The Republic of Retlana Ulnar departed this region for Kolkata Geographical Region.
The North Pacific Regional Message Board
Call of Duty: World at War is decent, especially the zombies. All the others are mediocre to bad.
I only like the first one. The Stalingrad levels and North Africa levels in particular were good.
Besides, most "horror" bores me, I actually got bored of Dead Space halfway through. It's probably just being too genre-savvy or just plaindesensitization but nothing scares me anymore, it can make me jump withsurprise but not actual fear.
I'm not the most bothered by Horror either, thought I still play the games because they're entertaining and provide a little bit of suspense, which is fun in games.
>Only for programmers
>What is this BS?
While knowing how to use Terminal (basically a command-prompt for Linux) is useful, it's not actually necessary to use Linux for most purposes (unless you get a distro like Slackware which requires Terminal commands just to install the thing).
Personally I'd go for a PC with Windows 7 or 10. The hardware is often cheaper for the performance and it's much easier to upgrade your device if you need extra power. With that as your "base", you can dual-boot Hackintosh if you want the features from MacOS as well. Giving a third hard drive/hard drive partition over to a good Linux distro is also highly recommended.
Hmm okay, I just thought Linux was mostly used by programmers and people with a lot of computer knowledge. I am not one of those people.
You're partly correct in that Linux is very heavily used by programmers and experienced computer users (many jobs for programming and advanced computer use actually require experience with Linux as part of employment requirements), but it isn't only used by programmers et al. A lot of disciplines that use computers extensively use a Linux distro as their OS of choice, although it is significantly less used for personal computing. All that said, many Linux distros do not actually require any advanced computer knowledge whatsoever to use (with the only exception being when trying to install it alongside an existing OS in a dual-boot configuration, which is actually reasonably simple and easy to do); a lot of recent distros are meant to be at least as user-friendly as Windows and Mac.
Linux isn't compatible with much ;-;
Yeah, which sucks because it means there aren't many games you can play on Linux OS's
Omfg I want to REMEMBER it! It was soooo fun!
Some games have come out with native support for Linux, but it's still not hugely common sadly. WINE is usable, but it does cause performance issues (and not all programs will even work with it). Most people I know who use Linux extensively for personal computing multi-boot it alongside a Windows installation of some kind, possibly with a Hackintosh as well; my old computer had five different OSes on it at one point, although I've held off on excessive multi-boot systems since I got my new machine because I don't want to screw it up to the point that I can't install Windows 10 and keep my existing Win7 installation at the same time. I'm also quite lazy in that respect as well.