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Typica wrote:Having just read 357, I see a lot of urging, imploring, encouraging, and only a single extremely vague "requiring" which doesn't isn't even seem enforceable. I don't see anything of substance here being lost.

I don't expect a 2016 resolution to hold to our 2021 standards :P Although yes, I do agree with you that it's poorly written, doesn't contain much substance and should be replaced by superior legislation, especially when it's such a consequential matter to legislate something on.

Welp
Pulled my back today
Gonna be sitting on the couch for the next few days
...
On the bright side, it means I'm gonna be more active!

Badeng wrote:Hello!

Welcome!

Badeng wrote:Hello!

hi

Dacay wrote:What do y'all think about this?

Do we really need to repeal GAR#357 in order to pass the Clean Energy Act? It's not like there is a law saying we can only have one resolution encouraging clean energy at a time. What's stopping Xernon from just submitting his replacement?

The Star Enpire wrote:Do we really need to repeal GAR#357 in order to pass the Clean Energy Act? It's not like there is a law saying we can only have one resolution encouraging clean energy at a time. What's stopping Xernon from just submitting his replacement?

While I'm not exactly well-versed on the rules and regulations GA proposals have to undergo, I believe that falls foul of the duplication rule, which states that;

From the verb 'to duplicate' - to repeat a specific action or concept. Proposals may elaborate in specific areas of policy where broad legislation exists, but may not replicate specific policy. Authors may re-iterate in general terms a minor part of existing policy to provide support to their proposal.

Belaia wrote:oh look a small, fruity region

A fruity region? I'm jealous. You must have so many delicious mangoes and tangerines!

Tangerine? can i have some

lmao, anyway hi, it seems like i am the 6th most religious states/country/colony in this region

Hello just a fan of Sabaton passing through the region

Floofybit wrote:A fruity region? I'm jealous. You must have so many delicious mangoes and tangerines!

This reminds me of when my classmates were working on a parade float that had fruit as part of it, and the adults referred to the people dealing with that part of the float as "fruity people".
As a fruity person I'm unhappy that they stole my title

Lol my friends say I'm a very fruity person

Post self-deleted by Aephony.

tomatoes are a fruit
oh uh
UH OH
OH UH

Aephony wrote:tomatoes are a fruit
oh uh
UH OH
OH UH

Tomatoes are their own category in the food guide pyramid, which you must eat seven servings of every day along with 16 servings of bread. (2 points)

-Sabaton- wrote:Hello just a fan of Sabaton passing through the region

you're cool !!

Refuge Isle wrote:Tomatoes are their own category in the food guide pyramid, which you must eat seven servings of every day along with 16 servings of bread. (2 points)

tomato supporter detected
directing nuclear bombs
nuclear bombs in mission:15
directing emps
emps in mission:173

-Sabaton- wrote:Hello just a fan of Sabaton passing through the region

Sabaton :eyes:

Szalyland wrote:Tangerine? can i have some

Ok, having been fed up with attacks against our religion by some militant Potatoists, our country formally renounces its national belief in Tomatoism and embraces Tangerinism instead. Long Live the Tangerine!

As aephony being fellow potatoists.. We're offended by:

Refuge Isle wrote:Tomatoes are their own category in the food guide pyramid, which you must eat seven servings of every day along with 16 servings of bread. (2 points)

If I had a strong army like: Moulk2, I would have attacked. Sentences like these can lead into trouble.
I break ties with ANY nation that insults potatoism like that;
And has the urge to even let that come out of their pen/keyboard/mouth.
aephony requests an apology.
And also... tangerines are banned.

Aephony wrote:And also... tangerines are banned.

That is the nature of the tangerines' crimes?

Refuge Isle wrote:That is the nature of the tangerines' crimes?

touching them or planting them, executed or banned out of aephony.

That's very severe. Tangerines must be a true threat to the stability of the government.

Refuge Isle wrote:That's very severe. Tangerines must be a true threat to the stability of the government.

Orange glad they are being kept under control? I know I am.

Lower French Gregballs wrote:Long Live the Tangerine!

I agree! Long Live the Tangerine!

Aephony wrote:And also... tangerines are banned.

This is an unacceptable order. I didn't mind potato or tomato war but this is too far. Stand down or be punished! (I'll squirt tangerine juice at your paper cuts)

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