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Grand Central RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Torched Savannah of Ugg Lands (elected )

Founder: The Torched Savannah of Ugg Lands

Board Activity History Admin Rank

Most Influential: 245th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 639th Most Nations: 664th+14
Best Weather: 694th Most Cheerful Citizens: 764th Most Beautiful Environments: 995th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,143rd Nicest Citizens: 1,206th Most Cultured: 1,428th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,434th Most Rebellious Youth: 1,624th Most Compassionate Citizens: 1,625th Longest Average Lifespans: 1,682nd Smartest Citizens: 1,761st Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,788th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,847th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,873rd
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Welcome to Grand Central, currently in a state of hibernation

Originally Founded: 03/31/2009
Second Founding: 10/01/2014
Featured Region: 1/16/2012 and 12/12/2015
Put into hibernation: 12/18/2016

Grand Central is now in a state of hibernation- we'll open... soon? Who knows?
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Featured song: LinkEarth, Wind & Fire - September

Grand Central is not open to recruiting! Recruiters will be hacked apart with swords!

Latest News: Local bear defecates in forest.



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Embassies: Ainur, The Graveyard, Holy Byzantine Eurasian Confederacy, The Confederacy Of Kishkhat, Glass Gallows, The Embassy, Nohbdy, Atlas, HYDRA Command, Solid Kingdom, The Bar on the corner of every region, Alliance for Science, New Ausozera, Hearth of Hestia, Rossferry, The Illuminati, and 14 others.Loganland, The Alliance Of Communist Nations, Confederacy of Independent Trade States, Yarnia, Barbaria, Nova Roman Empire, Right to Life, Warhammer 40000, East Asian Dominion, Asura, One big Island, The Region of Banana Sundae, Mises Gulch, and Yuno.

Tags: Medium, Social, Democratic, LGBT, Featured, Regional Government, Steampunk, World Assembly, Role Player, and Industrial.

Regional Power: Moderate

Grand Central contains 19 nations, the 664th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Efficient Economies in Grand Central

Nations ranked highly are the most ruthlessly efficient at translating raw resources, including people, into economic output.

As a region, Grand Central is ranked 6,471st in the world for Most Efficient Economies.

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Grand Central Regional Message Board

Will the promised spring awakening ever come to being?

I'm not around much but we've lost our WA Delegate and I've done it before. If anyone wants to endorse me I could maybe stir up some interest in WA matters

Please upvote and read the following dispatch, which urges nations to repeal Reproductive Freedoms, a radical legislation.
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The Cold and Broken Hallelujah of United Massachusetts wrote:Please upvote and read the following dispatch, which urges nations to repeal Reproductive Freedoms, a radical legislation.
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Done

The Cold and Broken Hallelujah of United Massachusetts wrote:Please upvote and read the following dispatch, which urges nations to repeal Reproductive Freedoms, a radical legislation.
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done

Urdein Straights

The Cold and Broken Hallelujah of United Massachusetts wrote:Please upvote and read the following dispatch, which urges nations to repeal Reproductive Freedoms, a radical legislation.
page=dispatch/id=818393

Done

Urdein Straights

Is this region actually active?

Nope. Zed's Dead.

The closest poll battle in OBI history

Cake or Pie?

Its all tied up! come and break the tie!

Urdein Straights

The Empire of BrightonBurg wrote:The closest poll battle in OBI history
Cake or Pie?
Its all tied up! come and break the tie!


Wasnt there that that one back in December that was pressed together up to like 48 or 60's or so?

Speaking of all tied up, I once had a professor with with a collection of over 200 ties. Allegedly, one or two of his students sketched his ties rather than taking notes every day for a quarter or a year or so, and there were only a couple repeats. Looking through the catalog of one particular designer, it was easier to count the ones he didn't have.

As for Breaking ties, I remember the Trail Dust Steak House in Denver, or another like it, where no ties were allowed. If you did wear one they would cut it off and pin it to a rafter. There was quite a collection. It was a 'fun' part of the experience, except for small children who didn't understand or others particularly fond of their tie I suppose. They closed down years ago.

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