WA Delegate: None.
Founder: The Plains of Dioxin
Unity of Green Pastures contains 2 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Highest Unexpected Death Rate in Unity of Green Pastures
The World Census paid their respects at cemeteries in order to determine how likely citizens were to die each year from unnatural causes, such as crime, preventable illness, accident, and government encouragement.
As a region, Unity of Green Pastures is ranked 20,198th in the world for Highest Unexpected Death Rate.
|1.||The United Nations of Aplan||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Build a forest to hide a tree.”|
|2.||The Plains of Dioxin||Civil Rights Lovefest||“This Too Shall Pass”|
- : The United Nations of Aplan arrived from The settlers gap.
- : Irhania departed this region for Wintreath.
- : Irhania arrived from The Rejected Realms.
- : The Plains of Dioxin lost WA Delegate status.
- : Beezyland ceased to exist.
- : Newstown ceased to exist.
- : Kutumal xiv of the region Planetary Galactic Governments Assembly cancelled the closure of its embassy in Unity of Green Pastures.
- : Commandant3 of the region Planetary Galactic Governments Assembly ordered the closure of its embassy in Unity of Green Pastures.
- : Uahroatpev departed this region for The Islyan Fields.
- : Uahroatpev arrived from Maxius.
Unity of Green Pastures Regional Message Board
How's everything going?
Hi - I'm in Melbourne and the weather down here has been pretty wild. At this time of year, we're usually getting really hot weather as we all gear up for a hot and sunny Christmas. However, we've had hail and even snow in some of the higher altitudes. One day we're sweltering with a sudden heat-wave, the next day we're layering on the jackets. It's all mad.
But then, this *is* Melbourne.
Whereabouts are you located?
I live in the US. Indiana. The weather gets very cold and rainy around this time. Tomorrow is our holiday of Thanksgiving.
Interestingly enough, my girlfriend lives in Melbourne too. I find it funny when she says she's freezing cold and it's actually like 20 degrees warmer there.
It's all a matter of perspective. Today was pretty cool for the time of year (about 20C/68F), but then, I prefer the cool, so no complaints from me. Indiana can get quite hot in midsummer though, can't it? You guys have some fairly fierce temps over the pond?
Yeah, my city has personally seen temps ranging from 44c to -45c. Plus every natural disaster except for tsunamis.
Hurrah! No more work until January! Well, apart from the stuff I brought home with me ...
The weather is warming up a little too. Perfect timing.
What kind of work do you do?
I'm a university lecturer. I teach English and Communication subjects and play computer games when I need to clear my head. What about you?
I used to do landscaping, which was a fancy way of saying I did yardwork that no one else would do. I quit because of the management.
Now I'm not doing anything at the moment.
You should think about moving to Melbourne. The housing market and, ergo, the landscape gardening market, is booming. Even a basic jobbing-gardener makes a min of $30ph. Landscape professionals can charge pretty much whatever they want. I've got a guy trimming back a big hedge at the rear of my house and it's costing me $1100 (mind you, it's a big job). Some links to look at: https://www.oneflare.com.au/landscaping/vic/melbourne