WA Delegate: The Holy marmalade republic of Esternial (elected 58 days ago)
Founder: The Empire of Nightkill the Emperor
Regional Power: High
Today's World Census Report
The Most World Assembly Endorsements in Ankh Mauta
World Census staff pored through World Assembly records to determine which nations were the most endorsed by others in their region.
As a region, Ankh Mauta is ranked 113th in the world for Most World Assembly Endorsements.
|1.||The Holy marmalade republic of Esternial||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Sick Marmalade, Grandpa!”|
|2.||The Free Speech Paradise of Grenartia||Democratic Socialists||“Je Suis Charlie”|
|3.||The Lone and Level Sands of Nationstatelandsville||New York Times Democracy||“Godspeed, you pointless lunatics.”|
|4.||The Castleship of Agritum||New York Times Democracy||“You're a looney.”|
|5.||The Sublime Island Kingdom of Astrolinium||Democratic Socialists||“οἷς μένουσι καλά”|
|6.||The Empire of Nightkill the Emperor||Moralistic Democracy||“It was stupid, then it seemed to work.”|
|7.||The Holy Romagnan Empire of Rupudska||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Fiat iustitia, et pereat mundus”|
|8.||The Not-Imperialistic Empire of Liecthenbourg||Civil Rights Lovefest||“BANZAI”|
|9.||The Classical Republic of Nude East Ireland||Democratic Socialists||“Something, Something, Something Else”|
|10.||The Fabulous Queendom of Letters of Nature-Spirits||Democratic Socialists||“tap-tap-tap”|
- 2 days 17 hours ago: Almestrea ceased to exist.
- 2 days 17 hours ago: Orval ceased to exist.
- 3 days 5 hours ago: Embassy cancelled between Condunumism and Ankh Mauta.
- 3 days 5 hours ago: Vesperis ceased to exist.
- 3 days 20 hours ago: The Order of The Templar High Council of the region The Council of The Multiverse proposed constructing embassies.
- 4 days ago: Embassy cancelled between The Council of The Multiverse and Ankh Mauta.
- 5 days ago: The Order of The Templar High Council of the region The Council of The Multiverse cancelled the closure of its embassy in Ankh Mauta.
- 5 days ago: Condunum ceased to exist.
- 6 days ago: The Superior Being of The Armed Republic of Dutch coolness of the region The Council of The Multiverse ordered the closure of its embassy in Ankh Mauta.
- 7 days ago: The Catfight Referee of Boodonia of the region Bettie Page vs Jayne Mansfield Catfight proposed constructing embassies.
Ankh Mauta Regional Message Board
It is a serious issue in the tech industry that we don't have the gender diversity we should have - no, that we need.
I can say that my about a fourth of my own programming class are women; but I seriously doubt any of them (but one, whose skill is the reason I cry into my pillow) will pursue a job in the field.
1/4 Of the Class? I honestly feel like calling bullshit even though you have no reason to make this up. Because that number is just so believable. I have taken around a half dozen college CS courses so far. Each with an average of 30 people. There is some overlap between classes but not much, so all in all roughly I've been in classes with 130 - 140 students. Of those maybe a 15 have been female. 8 Of them are in my current class and 5 were in a different class (Which had the most that the professor had ever seen in any class, both when she was a student and as a professor, including her time at a UC), the other two were alone in their class . I also tutor in the CS Lab. On any given day one, possibly two of the students seeking help are women. The steroetpye about CS being a sausage fest of a field is all to true. Women aren't just leaving the field as the article talks about, there aren't any coming in to replace them.
Nat is in a high school class. Demographics are bound to be different from university.
I can't claim knowledge to the demographics of all three classes; the only people I know in the other two are men, but that probably speaks more to the all f*cked-up gender ratios in Debate than anything else.
That said, I should also point out that, of all the people I've spoken to in this class, only four people have demonstrated any interest in a career in technology - myself being one. There just isn't any interest for some reason; it hasn't worked its way into the cultural consciousness as a classic "job".
Though I should clarify that quite a few (still mostly men) have expressed an interest in engineering.
Serbia is irrelevant to your perpetuation of common American laziness/misspellings. The B is still a B even if Vienna burns down.