Absolution RMB

WA Delegate: The Militaristic Federation of The Sheika (elected )

Founder: The Founding Nation of Assorro

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Most Influential: 5th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 76th Most Nations: 325th+11
Largest Black Market: 1,048th Most Cultured: 1,137th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,264th Highest Economic Output: 1,341st Largest Populations: 1,450th Healthiest Citizens: 1,519th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,619th Smartest Citizens: 1,652nd Fattest Citizens: 1,697th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 1,810th Most Avoided: 2,008th
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Free region of the people since 2006. All are welcome.

Absolution, a little place of forgetting. Where no matter a states political alignment nor history all will be forgiven then quietly forgotten where no voice goes unheard.

*** HOME OF TAMKURK INTL (Formerly NSTracker) ***


*** Neutral Independence and Sovereignty ***
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  • Tags: National Sovereigntist, Anti-Security Council, Independent, Medium, Neutral, Casual, and Isolationist.

    Regional Power: Very High

    Absolution contains 43 nations, the 325th most in the world.

    Today's World Census Report

    The Largest Agricultural Sector in Absolution

    World Census bean-counters on horseback guided herds of cattle to slaughter in order to determine which nations have the largest agricultural sectors.

    As a region, Absolution is ranked 6,400th in the world for Largest Agricultural Sector.

    NationWA CategoryMotto
    1.The Nasty Side of Child Care WorkersCompulsory Consumerist State“Why spare the rod? Hit the Little Brat!!! ”
    2.The United Democratic Provinces of EserlandDemocratic Socialists“To be free is to have the freedom to do what you want.”
    3.The Free Nord Kingdom of The Children of SkyrimFather Knows Best State“All Hail To Ulfric! He is the High King!”
    4.The Dominion of ViikateMoralistic Democracy“Survival is hewn from the earth.”
    5.The Kingdom of Apv300Inoffensive Centrist Democracy“If it doesn't involve us, then don't get us involved.”
    6.The Multiversal Empire of PetzConfederationCompulsory Consumerist State“Loyalty leads to Glory !”
    7.The Republic of UnikonCapitalizt“Honor, loyalty, valor!”
    8.The Republic of NSTrackerFather Knows Best State“Please, I'm a puppet”
    9.The Scientific allied provinces of XastraNew York Times Democracy“Peace trough knowledge”
    10.The People's Republic of MungostanCorrupt Dictatorship“Hail Mungo, Hail Fizzydrinks”
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    The Republic of Freeoplis wrote:Now these evil sharks, can they be negotiated with??


    I suppose that would depend on whether or not one of them happens to be named "Bruce". Ba-dum-tish!

    Freeoplis

    The Republic of Freeoplis wrote:Now these evil sharks, can they be negotiated with??

    They'll only negotiate with temperamental sea bass representatives, I'm afraid. They're a rather choosy bunch but I've been given every assurance that the sharks are in jolly good spirits and looking forward to the event.

    Freeoplis

    So what is the World Assembly? I haven't really looked into it much ever and have no idea.

    Unikon

    Hey Hillop. An entire write-up on that very question can be found here.

    page=faq#UN

    What if The Council of Nations were to serve the purpose of the WA as a city council of sorts? I mean, Tamkurk is a city after all and it would answer the question of what each community representative actually represents I believe. It might actually plant part of our culture into the soil perhaps. It's my most recent pondering. What's new?

    Freeoplis

    Fidei defensors, we hardly knew ye.

    Sir Osis of Liver

    Well, final psych exam grade came in, 635/630, got top of the class, now just to knock these last two out and I'm free until January.

    Assorro, Dialland, Unikon, and The Sheika

    Oh okay, so it's kinda like an organization that you can join no matter your region and the members get benefits while those who don't join are entirely unaffected by it.
    It that right?

    And as for new things, my Uncle got married which was great.

    The Dictatorship of Hillop wrote:Oh okay, so it's kinda like an organization that you can join no matter your region and the members get benefits while those who don't join are entirely unaffected by it.
    It that right?
    And as for new things, my Uncle got married which was great.


    Joining is kind of a double-edged sword. Some of your nation's stats will be changed, mostly it is great but there are some stats that do suffer. I cannot say specifically because it is different for each nation individually. Some benefit economically while others benefit with personal freedoms and civil rights.

    Well, it's December once again and that means it's time for more merciless Frosty Returns abuse, I mean, reviews.

    Why Does This Exist Review of Frosty Returns 1992
    http://www.nstrackers.net/video=XYrQrGgVBTQ

    Also, this.

    He Man & She Ra A Christmas Special
    http://www.nstrackers.net/video=xh4kIiH3Sm8

    Why? Just...

    * Facepalm *

    You may not remember me posting a video many moons ago showing a woman setting herself on fire while twerking in her apartment. I just found out three days ago it was hoax.

    Jimmy Kimmel Reveals Worst Twerk Fail EVER Girl Catches Fire Prank
    http://www.nstrackers.net/video=HSJMoH7tnvw

    Egg on my face. I didn't even question it at the time. I laughed at how her friend ran away. It's still funny.

    Anyhow, here's a short list of good quality Christmas classics including the environmentally-friendly-except-for-most-of-it Frosty Returns. Enjoy!

    Christmas Specials
    http://www.nstrackers.net/show_playlist=zgepoik3ta7or8h

    Oh, and before I go, this is the coolest Christmas song of all time. At least, I think so. I've posted it every year.

    TransSiberian Orchestra Carol of the Bells
    http://www.nstrackers.net/video=b6FhOb7-1dg

    Ah, Christmas Specials...some are great, some *shudder*...yeah, there are some which should be locked away in a vault and forgotten. Then again perhaps it is the bad ones that make us appreciate the good ones. I remember being 9 years old and seeing the advertisement for Frosty Returns and thinking it was going to be something great. If memory serves me right it was the first time I said that something on television was crap, I didn't even watch the whole thing.

    Back to good Christmas Specials there is quite a list that airs on television, but I've always been one that goes against the grain. Now that is not to say I think any of them are bad, quite the contrary. I like them, but the one that is my favorite is one that is seldom aired and used to be hard to find. Rankin Bass' "The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus" is a story of a different color...you almost say it was a horse of a different color given it is based on a book written by L. Frank Baum. The special itself could almost be considered a Pagan holiday special given it's coverage of various deities (or mythical figures if you prefer), and it has remained one of my favorites since childhood. Hard to find on TV, but you can find it at online retailers.

    The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvqLhRYVOQs

    In regards to the girl setting herself on fire, don't feel too bad. A lot of people were under the impression it was real up until the reveal. Or so I had read. It's a little fuzzy for me to be honest.

    TransSiberian Orchestra, now there is some legendary music. I first listened to them in 2001 around Christmas; one the guys I served with was listening to it in the barracks. I remember how it felt so foreign but so familiar and enjoyed it enough that I went down to the PX and picked up two of their CDs. Some time later I was fortunate enough to see them in concert. My boss at the time had two tickets and her friend had bailed, she asked if anybody wanted to go and either nobody heard of them or did not like them. I spoke up and ended up tagging along, what a show! If you haven't seen them live and the opportunity arises, I recommend it.

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