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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Royal Federation of United Dependencies (elected )

Founder: The Queen's State of Tarheel

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Most Nations: 544th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 708th Most Influential: 1,182nd+3
Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,241st Highest Economic Output: 1,555th Largest Populations: 1,850th
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The region for the residents of North Carolina interested in casually playing NationStates.

    The North Carolina Toast:

    Here's to the land of the long leaf pine,
    The summer land where the sun doth shine,
    Where the weak grow strong and the strong grow great,
    Here's to "Down Home," the Old North State!

Embassy Offers are Welcome

Embassies: Virginia, Kentucky, South Carolina, United States of America, Chicago, Minnesota, Arizona, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Washington, Massachusetts, Iowa, New Mexico, Idaho, Nebraska, North Dakota, and 278 others.Colorado, Kansas, Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, South Dakota, Ohio, Delaware, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Missouri, Alaska, Ancient Lands, Oklahoma, Washington DC, Indonesia, The Illuminati, Crematorium, Somalia, Knights of the Round Table, British Columbia, End 500, Nelborne Union, The Scandinavian Region, The Embassy, Arconian Empire, South Australia, Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, Australia Commonwealth, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Victoria, Brazzaville, MI6, Columbia, Rhode Island, Georgia, London, Saskatchewan, The Gambia, The Bar on the corner of every region, Namibia, Ecuador, Laos, Dominican Republic, CIA, Uganda, Kenya, Kiribati, Botswana, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Bosna i Hercegovina, Stornoway, Fiji, Vanuatu, Antigua and Barbuda, Comoros, Monaco, San Marino, Republic of Russia, The Philippines, Maldives, Mozambique, Trinidad and Tobago, Tuvalu, Seychelles, Swaziland, Crimea, Cote d Ivoire, Tonga, Pacific Union, Richard, United Kingdom Of Great Britain, Toronto, World, Central African Republic, Congo, Senegal, Samoa, Mongolia, Malawi, Sakartvelo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of Congo, Liechtenstein, Ethiopia, South China Sea, Algeria, Purgatory, Mackenzie, Palau, Southeastern Wisconsin, Tanzania, Pitcairn Island, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Galapagos, Sudan, Ottawa, Rio de Janeiro, Solomon Islands, Cape Verde, Dominica, Ceylon, Belize, Libertaria, Prince Edward Island, Benin, Togo, Mexico City, Vermont Republic, Quito, New Brunswick, Barbados, Mauritius, United Arab Emirates, Okanagan, Montserrat, Cote dIvoire, Zimbabwe, Copenhagen, Beijing, Florida, Gloucestershire, Right to Life, Tennessee, 0000, Sao Tome e Principe, Kuwait, El Salvador, Costa Rica, the Bahamas, Brunei Darussalam, Saint Lucia, Uzbekistan, Burundi, Timor Leste, Detroit, Jamaica, Honduras, Montreal, Gabon, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Djibouti, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Lesotho, Malaysia, Ghana, Seattle, Drummond Cockburn, Guinea, Brisbane, Turkiye, Luxembourg, Matheo, The Central Pacific, Bonn, Edinburgh, Wales, Morocco, The Straw Hat Pirates, The Savage Garden, Future Earth, 00000 Land of Nod, Greatest Ixnay, Laotis, Hollow Point, FBI, Republica del Paraguay, Sao Paulo, Edmonton, Cameroon, Madagascar, Qatar, Nauru, Two Letter, Paraguay, The Great Universe, The Bandits, Commonwealth States, The Assembly of Gentlemen, The Awakening, Rhea, Guatemala, Guinea Bissau, Angola, Vietnam, Kanada, Connaught, Leinster, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Civil Rights Region, The Peaceful Coffee Shop In Chicago, Kylden, Regionless, Homelands, The Bunny Fire, Organization of United Sovereign States, Avadam Inn, Nova Scotia, Atlantic New Lands, Spetsnaz, McArthur, Isle of Anglesey, Bailiwick of Guernsey, Apex, Orient, Imperial Prussia, Cookstown, Free State of Bavaria, United Assembly, Kingdom Of England And Wales, Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Capital Heights, Yukon, Sydney, The Six Counties of Ulster, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Northern Mariana Islands, Greater London, Dauiland, Axis of Storms, East Timor, Democratic States Alliance, Kimberley, Manchester, Birmingham, DBA, Palmyra Tudmur, Cotonou, RGBN, Parkland, NS April Fools Day Jokes, Gypsy Lands, Iranian Islamic Republic, Federal Republic of Russia, Technoland, Oceanside, The Imperial Consortium, Missouri Republic, Norsewood, Kigali, Plague, Gaspia, Queen Elizabeth Islands, Empire of Brazil, The Haven Of Calebia, United States 0f America, Audacity, United We Stand, Indianapolis, SECFanatics, Lardyland, Azerbaycan Respublikasi, Ebenezer, Republic of Myanmar, WTO, The United States of Independence Hill, The Srivijayan Consortium, Existence, Zero Zero Zero Zero, Bus Stop, Third PCWZ Empire Encampment, Ali aaaaaa, Vigrid, Kandahar, Northern Atlantic Ocean, Ooleechnee Phanare, The Commonwealth of the Wyvern, Democratic Republic of Ecuador, and Invicta.

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Regional Power: Moderate

North Carolina contains 25 nations, the 544th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Extensive Civil Rights in North Carolina

The citizens of nations ranked highly enjoy a great amount of civil rights, or freedoms to go about their personal business without interference or regulation from government.

As a region, North Carolina is ranked 8,470th in the world for Most Extensive Civil Rights.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Queen's State of Maple SunriseAnarchy“Day Job”
2.The Queen's State of EricsenAnarchy“State”
3.The Queendom of Sydney Anne BristowAnarchy“State of Affaires”
4.The Republic of High MeadowsAnarchy“The Top of the World”
5.The Sublime Island Kingdom of AstroliniumScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Cedant Arma Togae”
6.The Agrarian Republic of Carolina and VirginiaAnarchy“Divide and Prosper”
7.The Queen's State of ConkleCivil Rights Lovefest“District”
8.The Republic of The OaksLeft-Leaning College State“Numen Lumen”
9.The Commonwealth of CasoscariaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“We will lick you”
10.The Royal Federation of United DependenciesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Scientia Potentia Est”

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North Carolina Regional Message Board

Casoscaria wrote:Just don't start with Doctors One or Two. They're important, yes, but their serials are also sooooo slow and draggy and will make you not want to watch the rest of the show. Three and up all have good places to start; then go back and watch the oldest stuff.

I mean, that's a matter of opinion. I started Classic Who with One and Two and liked them just fine. Then I feel asleep the first time I tried to watch Spearhead from Space.

Astrolinium wrote:I mean, that's a matter of opinion. I started Classic Who with One and Two and liked them just fine. Then I feel asleep the first time I tried to watch Spearhead from Space.

Fair enough. There's good and bad for every Doctor. I usually had problems with the six-part serials anyway, regardless of Doctor; they were interesting stories, but more often than not I found myself not paying attention by part four because the pacing was slow. But then, remember I watched all of the serial in one day, which was not really how they were meant to be seen, and I wonder if splitting them up would have made them more bearable.

How is everyone doing/feeling in advance of our oncoming Hurricane?

I'm not in NC IRL, but stay safe everyone.

*shrugs* Too far west to feel the direct impact, unless it goes more northerly. I really won't be concerned until it actually hits and makes its mind up as to where it's going. However, y'all on the coast please stay safe.

I know some people in the direct line of fire near the coast. I know that they are taking the right steps to keep themselves safe. To all those in harms way, take care of yourself and be sure that you and yours are safe. The water level is probably the biggest issue with this slow moving storm.

if only the damn thing would get moving!

A couple places where you can give if you are feeling so moved. The first one especially if you have any leftover disaster supplies that you don't think you will use.

Has anyone been able to get out to the state fair yet? I've been twice. Some pretty good stuff this year.

United Dependencies wrote:Has anyone been able to get out to the state fair yet? I've been twice. Some pretty good stuff this year.

Unfortunately I'm not gonna be able to get to it this year. :/

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