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WA Delegate: The Determined democracy of The Mejobsworth (elected 84 days ago)

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Welcome to Yorkshire, not a big region but one of the oldest. Nations are welcome to come and go as they please but please behave yourselves.

Warning! Biohazard

Infection Rate: 99.1% (174.64 billion infected, 1.62 billion survivors)

Cure Status: Research begun

Infection Status: 67.8 Catastrophic

Embassies: England and The Commonwealth of Kings.

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Regional Power: High

Yorkshire contains 40 nations, the 296th most in the world.


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The Largest Manufacturing Sector in Yorkshire

As a region, Yorkshire is ranked 16,030th in the world for Largest Manufacturing Sector.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Unified Realms of New HertfordshireCorporate Police State“Through Unity; Through Democracy”
2.The Dictatorship of Jorge Rafael VidelaCompulsory Consumerist State“Jorge Rafaél Videla”
3.The Unrecognized State of BiafraInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Peace, Unity, Freedom”
4.The Republic of RygateAnarchy“Bully”
5.The Drunken Arms Market of Beerbellied Missourian AmbassadorsCorporate Police State“Imperial Pints Are Better.”
6.The Republic of SalamancaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Fingerprints in the sandstone”
7.The Pennine crossing protectors of The SmootiesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“To Serve and Protect”
8.The Republic of RegolasDemocratic Socialists“Raise above yourself!”
9.The Rogue Nation of RunahCapitalist Paradise“Fly on your own wings!”
10.The Four Kingdoms of YensoanDemocratic Socialists“Going all the way!”
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When do you consider someone to no longer be related? After all, with the exception of the odd uncontacted tribe we are all descended from all the same people when you go back an estimated 5,000-15,000 years (what geneticists call the identicle ancestors point)

Good grief, does that mean I could be related to George Galloway??

Maybe Jobby - just maybe :)

Grandma (there's no one quite like me)

You are. The only question is how closely. To make you feel even worse, I read once that out of the pool of Americans whose families have been in this country for at least a century, most are no more distantly related than eighth cousins. I presume that since the last of my ancestors arrived on these shores in the early 1880s from what is now Slovakia, and most having arrived in the 1700s, with a few arriving as early as the 1640s, that this is even more likely for me, and probably for those of you that hail from Jórvik as well.

OMG now it's getting serious - thats not really why we are here :)

I have this problem called link addiction. I get on the Internet to research medieval polearms and end up reading every English-language page on Ingria.

Very interesting but stupid. Beerbelly old chap, I have a cousin twice removed, well three times if you count the time he was drunk. Here in Yorkshire we tend to concentrate on the job in hand and not get sidetracked by some link or other.

I probably agree with you Yorky lad, getting too deep into the origins of relations is not what we really do here in Yorkshire. What worries us is the prolonged absence of Ted, the Tuc Tuc and this talk of Mimi!!!

Jobby, where is your canoe - I seem to remember that was the location of the TucTuc if our solicitor friend is to be trusted?

Oh dear the silly zombie season is upon us. A bit like those raids we suffered from, just something to be endured.

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