WA Delegate: None.
Founder: King adam ii
New South Wales contains 2 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Armed in New South Wales
World Census experts took their lives into their hands in order to ascertain the average number of weapons per citizen.
As a region, New South Wales is ranked 14,353rd in the world for Most Armed.
|1.||The Kingdom of Chimatsuri||Corporate Bordello||“Our way or the highway”|
|2.||The Free Land of Kalamare||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Take refuge in all you know.”|
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- 9 days ago: The Queendom of BobMoran19 of the region NovoUkraine ordered the closure of its embassy in New South Wales.
- 15 days ago: The Random Hyperboles of NuerNeo ceased to exist.
- 17 days ago: The Free Land of Kalamare arrived from Balder.
- 30 days ago: Embassy cancelled between Liberal Haven and New South Wales.
- 33 days ago: The Free Land of Kalamare ceased to exist.
- 34 days ago: The Federation of Tigahim of the region Liberal Haven ordered the closure of its embassy in New South Wales.
- 39 days ago: The Empire of The Royal United Commonwealth of the region The Royal Imperial Directorate proposed constructing embassies.
- 50 days ago: The Kingdom of Israelity of the region Land of Israel proposed constructing embassies.
- 63 days ago: The Libertarian Republic of Darwinish Brentsylvania of the region The Darwin Allied Republics proposed constructing embassies.
New South Wales Regional Message Board
Tsk are you a West Aussie Nationalist? XD
Hmm, American football then? To be honest I'm more of a soccer fan, not that I play much (unless FIFA 09 on ps2 counts) but I sometimes play a game or two with the girls if they ask me.
2nd place is pretty damn good though, and you've got good chances of making it next year.
Not really a nationalist, except when it comes to sport XD
To be honest, I wouldn't know the first thing about American football - actually, they have a rectangular ground, right? We play on an oval.
From my experience, most people who don't live in either America or Australia (and maybe NZ) do prefer soccer over other codes of football :P I used to play it causally at school but it wasn't really my thing,just did it because there was nothing better to do. I also played when my little brother's team was down a player, because he played straight after my netball game.
Second is very good :D Now I just have to work out what to do with my life until next footy season - although handing in assignments on time might be a good place to start...
Well I think we all are in that respect.
I don't know much about American football either, but it is rectangular yes. But you Aussies play on an oval field? That seems really... odd.
Soccer is very popular here in SA, especially amongst the poorer communities. Rugby seems to played mostly by the Afrikaaners but it still gets quite a lot of popularity. I never played soccer for a school team or sports club but back in primary school we played it a lot, and now for some reason my friends got it into their heads to join the school's girl's soccer team, so I'm forced to be their reserve for their practices before try-outs next year.
Well its not like uni assignments are important or anything, I'm sure procrastinating even further couldn't possibly cause any harm...
That is true.
Yeah, we play on varying size ovals. Some, like the main ground here in Perth, are really narrow, but others, like where the grand final is played, are practically circular. Doesn't seem odd to me, but then again, I'm used to it!
Have fun with the soccer practice!!
Definitely couldn't do any more harm. I'm completely up to date right now (except for that 3000 word politics essay due Monday afternoon that I haven't started yet). Oh well, I still have time... :)
I've actually never seen an oval or circular playing field before. We have nothing like that over here, except maybe golf...
It's not too bad, but I usually feel really lazy, so most of the time I'm bullied into playing... I feel so abused :(
Yup, 3000 word political essays are easy I'm sure :P
What's the essay about anyway?
If you're curious, this is what one of our rounder ovals looks like: http://goo.gl/7vmiFp
I tend to forget that literally every other sport plays on a rectangle, haha
Aw, poor you :\
Just a causal 7 hours work to do a quick job of it, no dramas :P In a nutshell, I wrote about factors which can make it difficult for one country to copy policy or legislation from another country or level of government. Fascinating stuff...not!
Hey guys! Sorry I've been gone so long. I got busy with school and stuff (but it's all relative!) It doesn't look like you're really active right now, but I'm going to try to be on more! Hopefully someone will see this...
Glad to see you're back! I'm still here - just had uni exams etc which have kept me firmly in the 'real world' for the last couple of weeks. But uni's over now and I'm pretty much free for the summer, so I will make an effort to be around more :)
Congratulations! It's so weird to think that as soon as it starts snowing and freezing over here, you're summer break. What are you looking at doing when you're out of school?
I know you were working in that political office, so, are you still doing that?