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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: 672nd Most Influential: 1,039th+3
Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,216th Highest Economic Output: 1,674th Largest Populations: 1,770th
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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!

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Regional Power: Moderate

North Carolina contains 24 nations, the 544th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Economic Output in North Carolina

World Census bean-counters crunched the numbers to calculate national Gross Domestic Product. Older nations, with higher populations, were noted to have a distinct advantage.

As a region, North Carolina is ranked 1,674th in the world for Highest Economic Output.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Royal Federation of United DependenciesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Scientia Potentia Est”
2.The Unfathomable Power of SteamhammerCapitalist Paradise“The power of Steam”
3.The Queen's State of Melanie LongNew York Times Democracy“Pleasant Yellow Sun Rise”
4.The Republic of High MeadowsAnarchy“The Top of the World”
5.The Colony of New PiconCapitalist Paradise“Don't treat your machines badly!”
6.The Sublime Island Kingdom of AstroliniumScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Cedant Arma Togae”
7.The OystersRockefellerRepublican of The Oyster Po-BoyNew York Times Democracy“How you like dem erstas?”
8.The Megacity of ManletCapitalist Paradise“Mankind Redefined”
9.The Queen's State of Douglas FallsDemocratic Socialists“RIP”
10.The Confederacy of CarolinasCorporate Police State“Thus always to tyrants.”
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Casoscaria wrote:Been watching the Doctor Who livestream on Twitch of classic episodes. Sad it's ending next week.

The current iteration or the whole show?

Also, I've been on vacation at the beach for a week. So that's what I've been up to.

United Dependencies wrote:Also, I've been on vacation at the beach for a week. So that's what I've been up to.

That sounds nice.

United Dependencies wrote:The current iteration or the whole show?

It's been just the Classic series, so choice episode from 1963-1989.

Sorry I didn't reply. I, too, was at the beach for a week. :)

Mountain Man, I am also a Tenth Doctor fan. Watching the classic series stream in bits and pieces (sympathies, Astrolinium) over the last two months has also given me a love for the Third, Fourth, and Seventh Doctors as well. The others were pretty good, but those stood out to me the most.

Casoscaria wrote:Sorry I didn't reply. I, too, was at the beach for a week. :)

Mountain Man, I am also a Tenth Doctor fan. Watching the classic series stream in bits and pieces (sympathies, Astrolinium) over the last two months has also given me a love for the Third, Fourth, and Seventh Doctors as well. The others were pretty good, but those stood out to me the most.

I need to go back and watch those old doctors. All I've seen is the reboot version.

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.

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.

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