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Texas was Commended by Security Council Resolution # 44

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Big Tex Happy Taco Stands of NewTexas (elected )

Founder: The Big Tex Happy Taco Stands of NewTexas

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Most Nations: 75th Most Influential: 80th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 86th+13
Highest Economic Output: 746th Largest Black Market: 772nd Most Rebellious Youth: 1,294th Most Avoided: 1,351st Most Cultured: 1,380th Largest Populations: 1,441st Largest Publishing Industry: 1,507th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,590th Fattest Citizens: 1,607th Smartest Citizens: 1,726th Most Armed: 1,831st Most Beautiful Environments: 1,904th Most Devout: 1,940th
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Texas, founded in 2002, is a large friendly region where freedom is considered one of its greatest resources. Texas is a proud region and home to many diverse nations. We are always welcoming new nations. Texas also has a Government, Constitution, Elections and many inter-regional Sporting Events. Come on down!


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Embassies: Wysteria, The Heartland, 10000 Islands, Canada, Yggdrasil, Antarctic Oasis, Monkey Island, North Pacific, The Black Market, Kittens Sanctuary, Malibu Islands, Global Right Alliance, Spiritus, Renegade Islands Alliance, Nasicournia, The Exodus, and 5 others.Gay, Forest, Philosophy 115, the Rejected Realms, and Valhalla.

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Regional Power: Very High

Texas contains 160 nations, the 75th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Information Technology Sector in Texas

World Census staff compiled lists over Smart Phone related traffic accidents to determine which nations have the largest Information Technology industries.

As a region, Texas is ranked 2,417th in the world for Largest Information Technology Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Big Tex Happy Taco Stands of NewTexasCivil Rights Lovefest“Home of Big Tex! ¿Guacamole con su taco, señor?”
2.The Gigantic Frozen Igloo of Studly PenguinsLeft-Leaning College State“The meat is free, but you have to work for the gravy!”
3.The Republic of AholzNew York Times Democracy“Honey Badger Don't Care”
4.The Federation of BosiuInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Per adura ad astra”
5.The Oh My God It's So Delicious of Texas BBQ Home Delivery ServiceLeft-wing Utopia“Come and Get It!!”
6.The Barnes-Free Conglomerate of Ewing Oil CoCompulsory Consumerist State“In J.R. We Trust”
7.The Republic of LichianLeft-Leaning College State“Onward to the new dawn”
8.The Holy Empire of DogbreathistanCapitalist Paradise“Nation created for the TNP purge 3MAR2010”
9.The Ethereal Spaceship of LtlaliensInoffensive Centrist Democracy“We Will Crush All Who Stand Against Us”
10.The Modified Acceleration Engine of HotRodiaAnarchy“Live Free or Drive Hard”
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Regional Poll • Video Response Survey

The Holy Empire of Richard wrote:There is a very interesting, thought-provoking video that has been circulating the interwebs. Something that everyone needs to see. Your response below is greatly appreciated. The video link is provided here for your consideration: https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ?t=1s

Voting opened 6 days ago and will close . Open to all nations. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

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The Total Solar Eclipse of Indian Empire wrote:so, are any of us looking forward to March Madness? It's only a few weeks away.


Sort of depends on whether or not my alma mater makes it to the tournament for the first time since '98.

The Total Solar Eclipse of Indian Empire wrote:NationStates has 2 sets of "updates" that occur in a 24 hour time period. One occurs at roughly mid-day between 12PM and 1:30PM Eastern, known as the "minor" update. The "major" update occurs between 12AM and 1:30AM Eastern. Having stayed up for the entire major and minor updates before, I know that Texas updates at roughly 12:40, give and take a few minutes. So if you're asking when the next update is, the next update begins at Midnight Eastern. This is when the Census will reset to a different category, inactive nations will Cease to Exist, regions gain an "official" endorsement update (which can crown new WA delegates), and nations (if turned on to once a day or more) receive the "daily issue".
Hope I remembered that all right from the days where I did defending more.


That's not what I meant...

I mean updates as in additions to NS

The Incorporated States of Sapnu puas wrote:That's not what I meant...
I mean updates as in additions to NS


Oh, I'm sorry for being misleading. Additions usually happen sporadically. I really haven't ever seen any pattern to updates. This is usually the time known as "feature February", which is typically when new features come out, but I interestingly haven't seen any new features this month.

Sapnu puas

The Wanderlust Paradise of Safj wrote:Sort of depends on whether or not my alma mater makes it to the tournament for the first time since '98.


What school are we talking?

Personally, we have a lot of nearby teams in it. UC, Xavier, Louisville, Kentucky, all in it for march madness.

The Total Solar Eclipse of Indian Empire wrote:What school are we talking?
Personally, we have a lot of nearby teams in it. UC, Xavier, Louisville, Kentucky, all in it for march madness.


TCU. Lost to Iowa State earlier today. We're much improved from last season, but the Big 12 is an insane league. No easy games.

NewTexas and Indian Empire

The Wanderlust Paradise of Safj wrote:TCU. Lost to Iowa State earlier today. We're much improved from last season, but the Big 12 is an insane league. No easy games.

Hey another Texas man, if you guessed Safj I live a 1.5-2.0hrs south of you in good ole BCS, Texas home of A&M.

The Galactic Empire of Gig em Aggies wrote:Hey another Texas man, if you guessed Safj I live a 1.5-2.0hrs south of you in good ole BCS, Texas home of A&M.


I moved out of Fort Worth about a year ago. I live in Denton now. Not from Texas originally. Not sure how long I will stay.

The Wanderlust Paradise of Safj wrote:TCU. Lost to Iowa State earlier today. We're much improved from last season, but the Big 12 is an insane league. No easy games.


To me I'd say TCU is on the bubble. losing to Iowa State wasn't good for them as they were roughly in the same position. They need some good games upcoming against good teams to lock it in. I could see them in a region playing for the 11 seed, honestly, although anywhere from a 8 or 9 seed to out entirely looks like a possibility for them.

The Total Solar Eclipse of Indian Empire wrote:To me I'd say TCU is on the bubble. losing to Iowa State wasn't good for them as they were roughly in the same position. They need some good games upcoming against good teams to lock it in. I could see them in a region playing for the 11 seed, honestly, although anywhere from a 8 or 9 seed to out entirely looks like a possibility for them.


This week, we play at Kansas and at home against West Virginia. Feel like we have to win one of those. Probably too tall of an order.

The Wanderlust Paradise of Safj wrote:This week, we play at Kansas and at home against West Virginia. Feel like we have to win one of those. Probably too tall of an order.


Sadly, probably. The home game you might have a shot at, IMO, though.

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