The Maritimes RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Commonwealth of Algal states (elected 16 days ago)

Founder: The Dream of Toney River

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In this dreamed region of the Maritimes people come from far and wide.

Founded: January 2007

Forum/voir: http://s6.invisionfree.com/The_Maritimes/index.php

Dans cette région rêvée, les gens viennent d'un peu partout.

Région fondée en janvier 2007

We welcome ambassadors.

Nous souhaitons la bienvenue aux ambassadeurs.

Embassies: Nudist Dreamland, Philosophy 115, Eladen, and Universal Dream Network.

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

Regional Power: High

The Maritimes contains 44 nations, the 262nd most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Lowest Unemployment Rates in The Maritimes

World Census experts studied the ratings of daytime television chat shows to determine which nations have the lowest rates of unemployment.

As a region, The Maritimes is ranked 1,088th in the world for Lowest Unemployment Rates.

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1.The Mighty Master Race of MacroGlupCorporate Police State“In Chef's Hands we Place Our Plate”
2.The Machiavellian Master Race of MicroGlupCorporate Police State“You cannot have too much Concrete!”
3.The Magnificent Master Race of Red SkywalkerCorporate Police State“DoNuts before Dishonour”
4.The Militant Master Race of Indiscretions MumWA MemberCorporate Police State“Sponsor this Space”
5.The Dazzling Reflection of Blue NarcissusCorporate Police State“Can I love myself too much?”
6.The United Provinces of BlackvvilleWA MemberFather Knows Best State“Beacon of Freedom”
7.The Misty Hills of TantobieCompulsory Consumerist State“Welcome to Tantobie, now get out!”
8.The Monstrous Republic of TeenyWeenyNewGlupCorporate Police State“Profit before People”
9.The Republic of Steve28landCivil Rights Lovefest“Get off my ice.”
10.The United States of I am SupermanAnarchy“For truth and justice...”
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The Dazzling Reflection of Blue Narcissus wrote:ha ha nationstates has noticed that glups are first for everything and have found a secret way for blue narcissus to be first for once.. anyhoo we all have government expenditure so since we don't have taxes where does the money come from?

Indirect taxation. Sales taxes, tariffs, things like that. Partially ownership of businesses would be more direct but this game doesn't compensate for it so it would fall under indirect. I don't even think there is an issue that deals with that circumstance. Too complex for us. We can only come up with countless redundant issues.

In my case, several business entities fight it out for political hegemony and whomever happens to "be in charge" at any given moment are considered the government.

Education is a common expense in a business association like the Mafia. It just isn't in the formal trappings you may be aware of in a traditional system.

The ELF-Eladen Free Trade Zone of Economic Invincibility wrote:

Education is a common expense in a business association like the Mafia. It just isn't in the formal trappings you may be aware of in a traditional system.

welcome back

more training than education then

The level of education is dependent on the skill of the teacher and the curriculum, like any other.

and the aim, the spirit in which it's done

The Community of Centre Street wrote:and the aim, the spirit in which it's done

Quite. The mafia aren't about to reverse the triumph of utility in education.

The Dream of Toney River wrote:We do not have role play but there is an off-site forum that has ticked over these past 7 1/2 years. The sort of intellectual challenges found there include the alphabetical writers game where the first poster says Apollonius, the next comes up with Balzac and the third decides Camus will do. Not tooooo childish - most here are over 20 - and not too demanding - most here work and shouldn't really be away from official tasks for long.

Okay... Got it...

Thanks.

The Dominion of The Undead Sailor wrote:Quite. The mafia aren't about to reverse the triumph of utility in education.

In any case I'd wager a graduate of the school of mafia can count change about as well as their high school equivalent in the US, and they get a job, on-the-job training and valuable skills that can be used even before graduation! In some cases the state might lock a student of the mafia into an extended study period but where else can you get a quality law education for free and room and board to boot!

I like the flag.

The Dream of Toney River wrote:Thanks.

I was being slightly sarcastic.

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