I guess I need to post something to surpass my Delores Umbridge themed Q&A dispatch
Thanks for the question! I'm a regular in The South Pacific, having been founded here over a year ago and, after a CTE absence, returning last September. TSP has always been my home, and I love our fun and offbeat culture. I'm on Nationstates a lot (like more than I sleep lots) and so if I'm not kicking around for at least a few hours every day please call my next of kin to have them check in on me.
I'm very active on the RMB, with the 7th highest post count, and an active legislator on our offsite forums.
Kentucky Fried Penguin's for everyone! As you may know I've operated a nationstates Global Economics and Trade storefront thread for over a year, and while I am by no means an expert I'm familiar enough with the medium to help nations find what they are looking for, and am happy to help out with any questions about the Nationstates forums. I'm my TSP-as-utopia fantasy I would create a TSP specific directory of storefronts and business dispatches to aid and promote our regions economic roleplays. *hugs*
yes, please! I'd love me some South Pacific Iced Tea. Oh ... you mean hot water strained through dry leaves? Well, I guess... Sure, I am always open to trying new things ... bring it on! *hugs*
Random question, but if I had to guess I would place that as the years between the WWII years and the Post-stonewall Civil Rights Era, I suppose.
I smashed down and roasted marshmallows over the scraps of my own closet doors in the 1990's, so it has never meant anything bad to me in a long, long time. Yes, as an old Canadian married guy in his 40's I'm apparently quasi-ancient by nationstates standards …
Hey! You Durn kids!
Git off ma lawn!
Where was I? Nevermind, I'm having a senior moment. or a stroke.
The point is I'm hip and with it... I can discuss the finer points of Madonna dance remixes with you for hours and hours if you like, just don't get me started on the little monster poser.
You certainly are trying, but it's part of your charm. And you keep out bidding me on TSP cards, lol! *hugs*
I myself try hard to promote our regions SWAN initiative to promote the World Assembly membership and participation and increase endorsements within our region. I was the first nation to crack 1000 endorsements given in a single month (No, No! Go ahead, check the Sept 2018 awards dispatch... I'll wait)
All nations will continue to have freedom of movement regardless of whether I am elected to our Local Council or not. The Local Council has suppression, polling and some other consitutionally limited powers. The banhammer is not an LC power. Feel free to poke around our lovely region. *hugs*
If a nation is behaving strangely in our region I would first seek to open a dialogue with them: a friendly warning ends most misbehaviors. While disturbances can be disruptive in the RMB, our Local Council has suppression powers in order to tamp down harmful rhetoric and keep the peace in the region, which of course I would not be afraid to use if needed, subject to a standard RMB moderation policy jointly be agreed upon by the new local council. I am pleased with current guidelines, but would like to see the moderation of posts occur more often. I think we have a very solid group of folks running and am confident I can work well with any of them.
Does that accurately cover your question? No.
Well, in a true paranormal emergency I suppose my calls would be to:
our shark delegate Erinor;
the Council on Regional Security;
Nationstates Moderators: Angels beat ghosts every time.
That information can be found in my main overview factbook, but here you go:
Land Area: 1.82 million km˛
- Glacial Ice Cover: 98.9%
- Exposed Rock: 0.7%
- Thin soils: 0.4%
Water Area: 1 million km˛
-EEZ (200 miles)
-Continental shelf claim undefined
Highest Point: Mount Jackson
3,184 m (10,446 ft)
Lowest Point: South Sandwich Trench
Southern portion at 60°00'S, 024°W,
depth of 7,235 m (23,737 ft)
I strive for a realistic, cooperative roleplays, and play a small, peaceful trading nation of 19 million with a small military and global outlook. I do get a little addicted to dispatch publishing. This is Q&A dispatch is my 215th one. I would be happy to put my dispatch publishing passion to work for the region. I already try do my small part by highlighting news dispatches written by TSP nations on a semi-regular basis with my humble Volaworand Newswire service.
This question has dogged humanity for millennia. If elected to the LC I will devote every necessary and available resource to resolve this dilemma once and for all. We shall spare no expense: even if it means the local council has to sleep under benches and our delegate is reduced to living a palm-thatched cabanna on the beach. Well that or I might ineptly attempt to use one to ineffectively heal the dead in our RMB.
Do you mean a generic cookie cutter campaign dispatch, maybe with some fancy rainbow fun! colours? No, probably not.
This is my first time running, and I'm intentionally trying to stand out from the crowd. Perhaps you've noticed some of my campaign dispatches, making use of classic cinema speeches? Why just file a Conflict of interest Statement when you can have your puppet shout at the election Commissioner "Outta order? I'll show you outta order! You don't know what outta order is, Mr. Tsunamy!"
Our voters have plenty of campaigns to support, and I encourage voters to review the campaigns of all the candidates.
Thanks for taking the time to read my campaign materials. Feel free to tag me in the RMB, or send me a in-game telegram if you have any questions. *hugs*
I humbly ask for your vote and I hope to be working with any of the other fine folks running. If I'm not your cup of SPIT then hey, that's fine - no hard feelings! I'll get you my pretty, and your little dog too! oops, wrong movie! nevermind
I'm sure TSP has someone running who makes your TSP heart soar with new hopes and dreams (or at least someone you trust to keep the RMB safe and welcoming)! Keep TSP weird!
- Volaworand Newswire
I'm just a boring cis-gender married polyqueer guy
this attraction to a tentacled goddess is all new for me hehee
Oh, my first class has a substitute teacher today. I can stay a bit longer :p
lol... I suppose I could research it online.
Closest I've been to being into Anime is the "What it feels like for a Girl" concert video interlude from Madonna's 2006 Confession tour.
(best concert I've ever attended still to this day - worth the $6002 I paid for two third row seats)
what were the extra $2 for