WA Delegate (non-executive): The Plains of Dioxin (elected 1 year 148 days ago)
Founder: The Plains of Dioxin
Unity of Green Pastures contains 2 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Highest Average Tax Rates in Unity of Green Pastures
Although some nations have similar tax rates for all citizens and others tax the rich much more heavily than the poor, the following provides a rough guide to the most taxing governments.
As a region, Unity of Green Pastures is ranked 6,799th in the world for Highest Average Tax Rates.
|1.||The Commonhive of Beezyland||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Long Live the Hive”|
|2.||The Plains of Dioxin||New York Times Democracy||“This Too Shall Pass”|
- 6 days ago: The Still Flying Flock of More Migrating Geese departed this region for Unity.
- 6 days ago: The Still Flying Flock of More Migrating Geese arrived from Unity Of Peace.
- 30 days ago: The Most Serene Republic of Crimson-Dawn departed this region for Cheese.
- 30 days ago: The Most Serene Republic of Crimson-Dawn arrived from Outer Heaven.
- 30 days ago: The Plains of Dioxin rejected Fort Whitehorse's request for regional embassies.
- 33 days ago: The Theocratic States of Hericropolis of the region Fort Whitehorse proposed constructing embassies.
- 49 days ago: The Democratic States of Betz 2 departed this region for The North Pacific.
- 49 days ago: The Democratic States of Betz 2 arrived from The elijah sector.
- 79 days ago: The Plains of Dioxin rejected Ormene's request for regional embassies.
- 83 days ago: The The Iron Fist Consumerists of Oman under Dictation of the region Ormene proposed constructing embassies.
Unity of Green Pastures Regional Message Board
Hope things are going well for you this Winter. If the snow pack can assist in the draught conditions your country has been experiencing over the last decade or so then...Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow! Here in the Rockies those of us who have lived here for many years and take the time to look at nature's signs know that Winter will make an early appearance this year. Another good snow pack is exactly what the Colorado River Basin needs if we want to have crops growing in the California agricultural regions for many years to come. We continue to degrade our aquifers at an alarming rate as though they will magically replenish from positive thoughts and yet can't stop the ever expanding desire of developers to create new, inhospitable, "luxury" starter castles. Sometimes, the disparity of economics from the top of our Valley to the bottom is exquisitely cruel.
On the plus side...we don't have a hospital sending out death notifications to living people. Strange days indeed.
The world is an endlessly weird and confusing place. I wonder if it always was this way or if it has become more so in recent years. I think I shall stop wondering too much about it all, lest my brain melts.
In other news, the weather continues on the cool side (I rather enjoy the cold), but there are already signs and portents of the coming Spring. The garden is looking decidedly portentious and I think it's just a matter of a few weeks and all the Spring flowers will be out in force.
And then comes the mowing of the lawn ...
I think it'd be very beneficial if we merged our regions together. The War Torn Land of Crimson Dawn
Well, that doesn't sound inviting at all. War torn land?! Crimson dawn?! Maybe green pastures means something else in his native tongue.
My thoughts precisely. The same thing goes for those nations requesting the establishment of an embassy here; one look at their administration record and it's clear that all they want to do is count coup. Their trail of embassy-requests stretches far into silliness.
Another day, another close encounter with a swift rock zipping through our spatial time zone.
To...the little things in life. Make mine a straight Kentucky bourbon with a pale ale back.
We had a thunderstorm today with 5cm hailstones. Not terribly unusual, but not something you want to be walking around outside in, either. Ah, Spring!
Gin-and-tonic for me, please. Tanqueray, of course.