WA Delegate (non-executive): The Commonwealth of Central Kadigan (elected )
Founder: The Eudaemonium of Dr George
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Regional Power: High
Today's World Census Report
The Most Scientifically Advanced in Philosophy 115
World Census researchers quantified national scientific advancement by quizzing random citizens about quantum chromodynamics, space-time curvature and stem cell rejuvenation therapies. Responses based on Star Trek were discarded.
As a region, Philosophy 115 is ranked 3,348th in the world for Most Scientifically Advanced.
|1.||The Technocrati Thing of Techno-Titania||Free-Market Paradise||“Building Tomorrow Begins Today”|
|2.||The Gambler's Anonymous of Hoosier Daddies||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Diamonds are wild!”|
|3.||The Snow Crash Dystopia of Anarchocapitalistan||Capitalizt||“ No State '' No God '' No Leader '' No Law”|
|4.||The Publishing Juggernaut of New Old New New York||Anarchy||“☆ Setting the pace since 4 June 2004☆”|
|5.||The All-Devouring Kraken of Aki Zeta||Civil Rights Lovefest||“NONNY's little sister.”|
|6.||The Holy Green Empire of Haunted Roller Coaster||Civil Rights Lovefest||“FREEDOM!”|
|7.||The Platinum-Plated Bots of Spender Bender||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Just a bot, giving it all away”|
|8.||The Environmental Protectorate of Sheila Anteres||Left-wing Utopia||“For the sake of a pure & clean world”|
|9.||The Holy Green Empire of Left-Wing Hippiestan||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Emissary of Philosophy 115”|
|10.||The Most Serene Republic of Xampotism||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Happiness, prosperity, security, equality, justice”|
- : The Empire of Parakka of the region Solar Alliance proposed constructing embassies.
- : Violet salusa ceased to exist.
- : Kazuul ceased to exist.
- : The Republic of Ruslled departed this region for The Insane Region.
- : The Republic of Ruslled arrived from Lazarus.
- : Culture pals ceased to exist.
- : Kawatiri ceased to exist.
- : The Free Land of Demonos departed this region for Free Thought.
- : The Free Land of Demonos arrived from World Space Administration.
- : The Sultanate of As it were departed this region for Silken.
Philosophy 115 Regional Message Board
Dear me! What is issue 592? Is there a list of issues to be found somewhere?
Please excuse these basic questions. I have been playing this game for 12 years and 7 months, but clearly haven't kept up.
I can't find issue 592 anywhere. Did the State of Telgan typo?
And please check out the "What is your "other" ideology?" topic in the forum. I love listening and studying that kind of stuff.
Must be a new issue. The list of issues and their respective approx. effects can be found here: https://nsindex.net/wiki/Issues
I encourage people to copy and post issues they've never seen before as we approach 600 issues.
It would also be helpful to say which answer you chose and how it affected you, especially unforeseen traps.
Remember that you do not HAVE to answer every issue. If you have some specific plans for the direction in which you want your nation to go, approximately half of all the issues are not going to help you and should be dismissed.
Which half? That all depends on what you're trying to achieve!
Have people come across 'Dismissal denied'?
"After a recent petition to lower (nation's) infamous "Reading Tax" was found in a dumpster, debate has sparked over the government's abuse of veto power."
There are four options, but no dismissal button.
The dismissal button is hidden in option number 4:
"Your paper shredder looks at you, knowingly. It doesnít talk, of course, but you know what itís trying to say. It beckons you. Go on... One more canít hurt, can it?'"
Clinton Interrupted Trump: 1 time every 8 minutes 12 seconds
Holt Interrupted a Candidate: 1 time every 9 minutes
The Audience Interrupted Someone: 1 time every 11 minutes 15 seconds
Trump Interrupted Clinton: 1 time every 1 minute 33 seconds
I have to agree with Chris Matthews' analysis of the points made: Clinton 5, Trump 0: KNOCKOUT!
The truth-checker I read didn't tag anything Clinton said as untrue (usually just expanded on what she said), while virtually every claim by Trump was a lie. Trump's arguing with the moderator twice over the veracity of his statements was NOT a good sign for Trump. Clinton probably would've interrupted Trump more often had it been to her advantage, but you could see from the smirk on her face that she knew he was only digging his grave deeper.
The Washington Post identified two Clinton statements as lies, but of course they were a drop in the bucket compared to Trump's.
But the debates didn't tell anyone anything they wouldn't already know about the candidates (other than that perhaps Trump is a coke user) if they were paying any attention at all, so it's not clear that what was, to a rational person, a clear Clinton victory will actually change any minds. But I've seen at least one story suggesting that a sample of truly undecided voters watching the debate mostly ended up leaning towards Clinton.