Zhaucauozian Friendship RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Happy Flying Meadow of Three Weasels (elected )

Founder: The Free Toy With Every Meal of Ardchoille

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The towering ranges of the majestic Zhaucauoziae protect the many nations who live in friendship in their embrace. We welcome all who wish to join our peaceful lands, except Larry.

Original Founder: Qaaolchoura.

Forum: LinkCome up and see me sometime.

Regional 'Map': Link Updated whenever the Delegate feels like it.

Delegate: WA nations, please endorse our Delegate Three Weasels, or they'll confiscate your cheese. =^_^=

Embassies: San Francisco Bay Area, Monkey Island, The Pleiades, Antarctic Oasis, That Place Over There, Final Fantasy, City Ankh Morpork, Oceanside, Minecraftia, Discworld, International Western Union, Testregionia, The Truly Holy Roman Union, and Titan.

Tags: Anti-Security Council, General Assembly, Silly, Social, Casual, Parody, Password, Snarky, Pacifist, Role Player, Medium, Multi-Species, and 2 others.Magical, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: High

Zhaucauozian Friendship contains 19 nations, the 570th most in the world.

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The Most Pacifist in Zhaucauozian Friendship

Nations ranked highly pursue diplomatic solutions rather than military ones in the international arena, have small or nonexistent militaries, and peace-loving citizens.

As a region, Zhaucauozian Friendship is ranked 766th in the world for Most Pacifist.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Serenýsima Rep¨blica of FarnhamiaWA MemberScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Non Calor Sed Umor”
2.The Chocolate n love filled land of KumbayaaDemocratic Socialists“There's nothing that can't be fixed by a big warm hug.”
3.The Happy Flying Meadow of Three WeaselsWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Where there's a meadow, there's happy frocliking! Yay!”
4.The Free Toy With Every Meal of ArdchoilleWA MemberDemocratic Socialists“Do the opposite”
5.The Pseudo-monarchistic nation of BjaweirInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Yon pusca neer gon b scraffin nae wee burdis no. y'ken?”
6.The Dawning of The Age of AquariusLeft-wing Utopia“The Moon is in the 7th house; Jupiter aligns with Mars”
7.The Mods want tacos fiefdom of Lunatic GoofballsWA MemberCivil Rights Lovefest“May The Tacos Never Run Out”
8.The Ravenous Horde of Hungry Hungry BearsCapitalizt“WILL FIGHT FOR FOOD _ Make us an offer”
9.The Awesomeness of KyleInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Bow down to the awesomeness of Kyle!”
10.The Free Land of Here and Somwhere ElseInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Paradox? WHAT paradox?”
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Hmmm ... Forbidden Planet for being a groundbreaker ... When Worlds Collide ... The Thing From Another World, the old one that Howard Hawkes produced and probably directed ... Bladerunner (Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep, which you should read)... Star Wars the Original because "Obi-Wan Kenobi ... Obi-Wan ... Now that's a name I've not heard in a long time. A long time." ... the fourth Star Trek movie because "Nuclear wessels" and "You really have gone where no man has gone before" ... the original Day The Earth Stood Still ... the Gene Barry War of the Worlds ... King Kong and Frankenstein are sci-fi, really ...

hee hee ... those are off the top of my head ... more later ...

I've a question for any of my fellow region mates who have read George Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice series.....Is there any character that doesn't get killed either quite gruesomely or graphically, or simply get his or her head cut off? I'm trying to read the damned series and every time I start liking a character....BAM! they're DEAD!!!!! Its beginning to royally peeve me off. I made it through three books and Tyrion Lannister is the only one of my favorites to survive.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words: http://i.imgur.com/X5JznsJ.jpg (hint: each of those tags is a death).

Today I was planning on reading more of the first book of Game of Thrones but experienced hearbreak! My copy had a HUGE misprint! A good chunk of pages were missing and replaced with the wrong pages!


I was fine until pg. 184 then it jumped to 601! At pg. 664, I was returned to the original order, at pg. 249. So, I had to exchange my defective paperback.

Yikes! That can be a little mind-bending, you're reading along and then blam!

There's a famous error in, I think, the Historia Augusta, a history from the 4th century, where a quire of pages, probably 16, fell out and was stuck back in in the wrong place. That book was then copied and the copyist didn't notice, so we have subsequent copies with those pages transposed.

The Democratic Meritocracy of Kryozerkia wrote:They say a picture is worth a thousand words: http://i.imgur.com/X5JznsJ.jpg (hint: each of those tags is a death).

That is so depressing....:(

The Nomadic Peoples of We-R-Igors wrote:That is so depressing....:(

Yes it is. :(

Been a while since something happened. *pops thermobaric weapon*

*wind rustles over the dunes*


The United Imperial Hegemony of The 93rd Coalition wrote:Been a while since something happened. *pops thermobaric weapon*

*wind rustles over the dunes*


You must be in Belgium.

Nah, across the sea and far away.

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