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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Confederacy of Sadakssotia (elected 39 days ago)

Founder: The Republic of Alawoah

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Regional Power: Moderate

Hawaii contains 8 nations, the 1,881st most in the world.

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The Lowest Overall Tax Burden in Hawaii

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As a region, Hawaii is ranked 10,026th in the world for Lowest Overall Tax Burden.

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1.The Kama'aina Kingdom of SariganAnarchy“He i`a kokoke ka ka lawai`a”
2.The Confederacy of SadakssotiaWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“Don't Eat the Yellow Snow”
3.The Republic of AlawoahNew York Times Democracy“You like-a da Metric Blue Hawaiian eh? Is good eh?”
4.The Holy Empire of Worship PeleAnarchy“No Kahiki mai ka wahine o Pele”
5.The Holy Empire of Lono-MakuaCorrupt Dictatorship“With head hidden in the dark clouds above”
6.The House of Al SaudCorporate Police State“There is no god but God: Muhammad is the Messenger of G”
7.The United Republic of States of StephensonWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“Stephenson - The Best Place on Earth”
8.The United Socialist States of Terra SolitisPsychotic Dictatorship“Hele a hoku”

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The Confederacy of Sadakssotia wrote:And Stephenson once again takes a powder.

`Ae. Looks like he's in one of his Muku phases -- or should I be saying his periodic make phases?

I am back. Traveling on holiday. Lots going on. How is everyone doing?

The United Republic of States of Stephenson wrote:I am back. Traveling on holiday. Lots going on. How is everyone doing?

Where did you go? What did you like best? What's lots? I'm fine. :)

I mostly was in Seattle. I spent a lot of time in the surrounding area as well. I spent some time working on school things but I think that the thing I liked the most was spending time with my godson. I had not seen him since Christmas so it was nice to get to spend some time with the little guy.

I know that some of us have been playing this game for a bit. Is there any interest in perhaps trying to recruit some new members or are we good? I don't really think it matters - just noticed the numbers are a little low.

The United Republic of States of Stephenson wrote: Is there any interest in perhaps trying to recruit some new members or are we good?

Recruiting is generally a good thing. It takes time and energy which I don't have much of right now.

The United Republic of States of Stephenson wrote:I mostly was in Seattle. I spent a lot of time in the surrounding area as well.

A wet time of the year to visit -- well, it's always wet except for summer and the beginning of fall. Glad you had a good time and a nice visit with special people.

Seattle usually isn't as rainy as most people think it is. As a city, Seattle has a 'mist' setting that is on most of the time. I seem to bring the sun with me most times, but it did rain this last trip. I would generally agree with recruiting - although the region seems to be running quite well as it is. Do we really need to add new members? I dunno. Just a thought, perhaps an errant one at that.

The United Republic of States of Stephenson wrote:Seattle usually isn't as rainy as most people think it is.

Not to be nitpicky or anything but I lived there for 4 years and not only was it more rainy than Manoa, which is known as a damp place, but it snowed every year, as well. And yes, the constant drizzle does make for a beautiful, lush, green land as long as one is west of the Cascades.

I was just there in Seattle again this past weekend. I suppose what i mean to say is that it doesn't rain constantly and the snow is perhaps maybe an inch. I live in the Eastern part of the state where it actually snows (usually) more than an inch a year. It was actually pouring rain for a bit but it wasn't that bad. I guess I mean to say that it isn't pouring rain 24/7.

Yeah, tis in the middle of a dry spell up there. Of more concern is the lack of a winter snowpack for runoff in the warmer seasons. I hope it gets better, but the forecasts I'm seeing don't bode well soon.

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