The Lexicon RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of Jingdood (elected 1 year 339 days ago)

Founder: The Republic of The Lexicon Founder

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Latest World Assembly resolutions:
General Assembly - Anti-Counterfeiting Pact
Security Council - None

Embassies: The Illuminati and Warhammer 40000.

Tags: Independent, Featured, Offsite Forums, and Medium.

Regional Power: High

The Lexicon contains 27 nations, the 460th most in the world.

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The Most Scientifically Advanced in The Lexicon

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, The Lexicon is ranked 3,326th in the world for Most Scientifically Advanced.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of WilkshireWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Everyone for everyone else”
2.The Republic of JingdoodWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“The only emperor is the emperor of ice cream.”
3.The United States of AlgorewonNew York Times Democracy“Let every vote be counted fairly”
4.The Federation of Failed PoliticiansCapitalist Paradise“I didn't get elected but I made a ton of cash”
5.The Kingdom of DurrandonWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“Ours is the Fury”
6.The Colony of The Holy Green HipposWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“Ask us about our gullibilty.”
7.The Republic of Glen-burnInoffensive Centrist Democracy“What's In It For Us?”
8.The 2publica of 2PidMouseDemocratic Socialists“Toasters don't toast toast, toast toasts toast.”
9.The Republic of The Lexicon FounderInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Founder of the greatest region in NationStates!”
10.The Dictatorship of Complete DominanceCorporate Police State“Do as you are told, or die!”
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Long Live The Lexicon!

Aye, nothing's gonna stop us! Although, with the likes of Wilks and Welsh Corgis, I'd say that's an understatement to call the Lexicon long lived.

"I shall not counsel you against fear of the daemon: the Emperor knows you have none. But even psycannon and daemonhammer cannot carry the day against such a foe, for what use is the bolter shell against disease, terror and madness? No, it is faith! Faith is our impenetrable shield and when faced with such belief the daemon becomes weak. Faith is our fiery sword and with it we burn out the diabolic cancer of Chaos wherever it is found."
Attributed to Lord Inquisitor Hephaestos Grudd

Emperor protects! (A loaded flamer or chainsword never hurt either.)

ooops. Beefed it again.

I'm giving out TZES. Got a ton.

Book Group

by Harvey Shapiro

We read a book ostensibly
about the Holocaust in which
six million were killed, babies
had their skulls bashed against
the wall, an entire culture
was wiped out, leaving only
the vaudeville Jews of America
and the critic in the group says
the theme is survival and
everyone cries paradox! paradox!

Sidekicks

by Ron Koertge

They were never handsome and often came
with a hormone imbalance manifested by corpulence,
a yodel of a voice or ears big as kidneys.

But each was brave. More than once a sidekick
has thrown himself in front of our hero in order
to receive the bullet or blow meant for that
perfect face and body.

Thankfully, heroes never die in movies and leave
the sidekick alone. He would not stand for it.
Gabby or Pat, Pancho or Andy remind us of a part
of ourselves,

the dependent part that can never grow up,
the part that is painfully eager to please,
always wants a hug and never gets enough.

Who could sit in a darkened theatre, listen
to the organ music and watch the best
of ourselves lowered into the ground while
the rest stood up there, tears pouring off
that enormous nose.

Where is my fanatical zombie horde?

Fanatical is in the eye of the beholder.

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