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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of Jingdood (elected 1 year 257 days ago)

Founder: The Republic of The Lexicon Founder

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Regional Power: High

The Lexicon contains 29 nations, the 376th most in the world.

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1.The Republic of WilkshireWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Everyone for everyone else”
2.The Jingoistic States of Alf GarnettIron Fist Consumerists“You silly moo!”
3.The Wilkshire Colony of Captain MainwaringIron Fist Consumerists“You stupid boy!”
4.The Inquisitorial Conclave of BRU MkIPsychotic Dictatorship“Vigila Oculos Imperatoris”
5.The Dictatorship of Complete DominanceCorporate Police State“Do as you are told, or die!”
6.The Empire of The Evil SutekhIron Fist Consumerists“Your evil is my good!”
7.The Colony of The Holy Green HipposWA MemberLeft-wing Utopia“Ask us about our gullibilty.”
8.The United States of AlgorewonCivil Rights Lovefest“Let every vote be counted fairly”
9.The Republic of JingdoodWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“The only emperor is the emperor of ice cream.”
10.The Vast Thundering Herds of Welsh CorgisInoffensive Centrist Democracy“All hail the WHIRLESS COG”
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The Inquisitorial Conclave of BRU MkI wrote:Welcome back Cathyy.

I blinked and I missed it. :-P

Happy 21st birthday to meeeeee, even if it's two days late.

Happy Belated Birthday, Jing!

Wow, I feel old now!

Congrats on becoming an adult :)

Happy Birthday Jing.

My 23rd is coming up here on the 21st.

Wilks, if you were acquainted with a dictionary editor, the entry for old would include your name.

I worked 78 hours this past week.

Not so much "old"... I think it's the entry for "ancient" that has my name attached to it these days!

Don't worry guys, as the lord and masters of our lands, every birthday is our 18th.

# 1 for least corrupt! YAY!

After a highly publicized arrest, in which one of the nation's wealthiest celebrities was detained for assaulting two of her servants with a priceless Fabergé egg, some of Chasmanthe's rich have begun demanding the right to avoid prison terms by paying off their victims.

"It makes, like, no sense for someone like ME to be stuck here for three WHOLE DAYS," whines Clarrisse Milton during a jail cell interview, only after dimming the lights and getting earplugs for her hangover. "And the trial hasn't even STARTED. My daddy has PLENTY of money and, like, nothing better to spend it on. He could just give a few million tais to the victims' families and, um... like, the government. That's fair, right?"

"You've got to be kidding me!" bellows Chasmanthe's Attorney General, Mohammed Christmas, angrily pounding his fist on your desk. "No one should be above the law, no matter how much money they have! It's bad enough that they can hire some shyster lawyer to get them off on a technicality most of the time. As a matter of fact, we should make the rich use public defenders. It's only fair considering everyone else is stuck with them. You know what, just expand the entire public defenders' office while you're at it."

"Instead of wasting money on prisons for violent criminals, I could take care of your problem," suggests Lars Nagasawa, Chasmanthe's wealthiest psychopath, while polishing a rifle. "I'm an unrivaled hunter, but with animals there's no challenge for an expert such as myself. If you sent prey to my island estate, I'd be willing to throw a few tais the government's way. You save money; I take care of the scum in your penal system. Sounds like a win-win to me."

The reference to The Most Dangerous Game is rather amusing, certainly cuts down on prison costs and could be spun into a hit segment for the newsreels.

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