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Hi everyone yes it’s me Sarah I decided to get rid of my old nation and start over because I live in the Country area of Texas I decided to make Country Texas.

Ehm.. oops! I really enjoyed my holidays... while Eitna went quietly to the dead realms...
Now Eitna is back with even more transport connections and a new grand-class sleeper service from sccaotfü to mbmentn! Visit Eitna! Quickest Way, Cheapest Fare!

Eitna wrote:Ehm.. oops! I really enjoyed my holidays... while Eitna went quietly to the dead realms...
Now Eitna is back with even more transport connections and a new grand-class sleeper service from sccaotfü to mbmentn! Visit Eitna! Quickest Way, Cheapest Fare!

I plan a trip to North Texas. I hope to meet nice people.

I find east-Java (like ijen, baluran national park, bama beach, Alas purwo or for those who like sports Mt. Raung (a 2 weeks hike). I should buy a lot of White coffee like 1000 pieces, that stuff is even better then Kopi Luwak.

Friendly people, but to poor to learn English. Just buy a Lonely Planet for the important phases and show the Indonesian translation. That works fine.

Also, I recommend to fund a hotel in the mountain (colder and silent) far from the noisy mosque or buy earplugs.

Further questuons about this subject: just wire a telegram :)

Or leave some open feedback...

Better than Kopi Luwak? No, really? We have never heard of such a thing. While we are still saving up for our first cup of Kopi Luwak, it is supposed to be amazing despite how the process sounds. When we wish to "go big or get out" on coffee, it is always a toss-up between a Kona or a Blue Mountain. We have always stuck to Central/South American coffees versus Java/Sumatra/Indonesia or the Africans. Tell us more about the White coffee.

Are you over there in that part of Wicked Way Far East Texas WikiPlay?

Vote Ted Cruz for Senate Texans! Keep Texas Strong!

Also, Hook 'em Horns! Beat Baylor!

Flying into Love Field tomorrow. Whataburger for lunch, driving to Fort Worth for the TCU game, and then the State Fair on Friday. Going to be a good weekend.

Texas Longhorns Fan wrote:Vote Ted Cruz for Senate Texans! Keep Texas Strong!

Also, Hook 'em Horns! Beat Baylor!

Yeah I like Cruz kind of wish he would run in 2020 though.
Even though we as tradition calls for are mortal enemies I must give it to y'all as y'all are playing better this year then you have in the past. But don't expect me to soft on you all the time.

**** New WA Resolution Notification *****

There is currently a new General Assembly Resolution at vote. When expressing your opinion, please note which Resolution it is for. And remember Texans, your individual vote does count!

The new Resolution is called:
"Repeal: "Convention On International Oil Spills"
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.

Category: Repeal Resolution: GA#444 Proposed by: Lord Dominator

General Assembly Resolution #444 "Convention on International Oil Spills" (Category: Environmental; Industry Affected: Mining) shall be struck out"...

<see the General Assembly for full text and to vote>"

Synopsis: The General Assembly, in what is almost an Insta-Repeal™, has decided that a lot of people are having second thoughts on having it micromanage their nation for them. Eureka! Four Stars. NewTexas will go on record as FOR on this Resolution. This is only the opinion of NewTexas. We look forward to other Texans' opinions and comments on this Resolution. If good arguments to the contrary are made, we will reconsider our position.

The Texas response was flat on the last GA vote -- Greenhouse Gas Cap And Trade Program -- which was passed after gaining 84.1% of the vote. As a reminder, all we are looking for is a simple 10% of Texans to say one way or another. We are a force for change in the WA. Every vote counts! There were 3 publicly-expressed opinions on the last Resolution with the final Texas tally running 1 FOR and 2 AGAINST and 0 ABSTAIN and 0 UNDECIDED. Texans were almost unanimous.

If you would like to take part in shaping the world you live in, please vote. Voting is a right and a privilege, please consider using it. And, if you are not a member of the World Assembly, we strongly encourage you to join.

All Texas WA Member nations please vote. Please make your Texan opinions known in Texas by 11:00 PM Friday and in the World Assembly voting booth by 11:00 PM Texas Time on Saturday the 13th. Current voting in The World is running - Votes FOR: 9154 Votes AGAINST: 2169

Big Tex

PS: Remember, be sure to vote at the World Assembly too!

Want to stroll down Memory Lane Texas?

Way, way back, a long time ago, there were the days when there were only 10 messages on the RMB and only 10 messages in your Inbox and when they scrolled off, they were gone, forever. That gave rise to The Offsites, so peeps could continue conversations and threads for more than the few minutes it took a spammer to roll a post off that took you 4 hours to craft. If you wanted to save something, you had to save it yourself. We did, and still do, for 15 years. Thus, like sands through the hourglass, The Archives of NewTexas continue...

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Today's World Census Report is one we have watched closely for ages. Here are a couple of nuggets from perhaps before you were born.

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11/23/2004
Way to go Chief Pilot Pat (of El Pat)! As the only three-time winner of Most Rebellious Youth in Texas, he has now broken into the Top 100 in the World at #84. Please restrain your hellions properly and we want our car stereo back. ;>

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09/30/2005
In a massive rumble between the hotrodders of HotRodia and the flyboys of El Pat, the seven-time #1 Flyboys were dislodged as The Most Rebellious Youth in Texas by the Hotrodders. Guess that just goes to show that a tire iron hurts more than a seat cushion floatation device. Don't discount the NewTexas hellions, they are up about 5 from last time!

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Yeah, those two are just that old and still around, although much less vocal than they once were. * sigh *

Gig em Aggies wrote:Yeah I like Cruz kind of wish he would run in 2020 though.
Even though we as tradition calls for are mortal enemies I must give it to y'all as y'all are playing better this year then you have in the past. But don't expect me to soft on you all the time.

Yeah. Nice upset on Kentucky! (Personally, I don't think you guys deserve top 25 cause of the 4-2 record but, the top 25 is what it is)

Texas Longhorns Fan wrote:Yeah. Nice upset on Kentucky! (Personally, I don't think you guys deserve top 25 cause of the 4-2 record but, the top 25 is what it is)

okay to be fair those two losses are to top 5 teams...

In the sub plans. "I understand you won't have the content knowledge..."

Actually I do, this is one of the few times I'm filling in for the content area I'm certified in.

When I was in high school someone had the profoundly bad judgement to sub an English teacher into our chemistry lab. That day is still a high point among my academic memories.

It is so rare to get subs that do have the requisite content knowledge.

And that IS profoundly bad judgement. Wow.

It is rare that the substitute is certified in the class they're filling in for.

It could be the school didn't have a sub for the chemistry teacher and so they had other teachers fill in during their prep period. That's how you ended up with an English teacher

Trecdom2 wrote:It is rare that the substitute is certified in the class they're filling in for.

It could be the school didn't have a sub for the chemistry teacher and so they had other teachers fill in during their prep period. That's how you ended up with an English teacher

I've had it happen before. The other day they couldn't find someone to fill in for our English teacher, so we ended up with the Librarian instead.
¯\_(ツ)_/¯

They should hire you Trec! 😮

In 4 years of HS, we had like 3 days with substitutes. Very rare occurrence. And, nobody ever substituted for the foreign language classes.

NewTexas wrote:They should hire you Trec! 😮

In 4 years of HS, we had like 3 days with substitutes. Very rare occurrence. And, nobody ever substituted for the foreign language classes.

Substitutes are actually semi-common around here. My Math teacher was on maternity leave for 6 weeks to start the year and my English teacher has missed 3 days this year alone.

in other news, it's almost like some local teams are having a major Renaissance in the College Football World. Kentucky is #18 in the country at 5-1 and now we have Cincinnati making an appearance at #25 as well at 6-0. This feels like some crazy dream.

Indian Empire wrote:okay to be fair those two losses are to top 5 teams...

True, but still. No slack
I also didn’t understand why a&m moved to the SEC. What? you liked getting your butts busted by Alabama each year?
Normal Moral Victories from Aggie Fans: “But we held Bama under 50 this year!” Woo

Texas Longhorns Fan wrote:True, but still. No slack
I also didn’t understand why a&m moved to the SEC. What? you liked getting your butts busted by Alabama each year?
Normal Moral Victories from Aggie Fans: “But we held Bama under 50 this year!” Woo

well if you think of it that way the SEC would have four teams, essentially (Bama, Georgia, LSU, Auburn)- nobody else has much of a true shot right now in that conference.

***** Texas Saturday Breakfast *****

Yahootie! As the season begins to change, so do your breakfast taco needs. Today we bring you a serious offering that will fortify you against the chill - the Country & Egg Taco Breakfast! Longtime Texans know this is code for a fine, big, fat, juicy, Texas kielbasa diced up and cooked up with hearty, rich, yellow, genuine Texas Grade AA scrambled eggs! The hardy mix is wrapped up nice and snugly in a sturdy flour tortilla, made fresh, in-house, daily. A whole egg in every taco!® If you are not feeling eggy today, we have another Texas staple ready - the Sausage Wrap! Plain and simple, a big chunk-o-kielbasa wrapped in a tortilla. Pico de Gallo, Red & Green salsas and cilantro available at the Salsa Bar. Be sure and try our wonderful new Chile Quemado - a fiery roasted salsa made from tomatoes, onions, garlic, and jalapeños roasted fresh on the grill before your very eyes. Guacamole available if you would like to guild the lily. The Juice Bar is open with all the standard juices - Orange, Apple, Grapefruit, Tomato. The funky one today is the Poblano Mango Lime Smoothie. Try "The Suicide" - we dare you! Start your day off the right way; munch out and go back to sleep. Of course, The Never Ending Urn of Coffee is full and ready to help you wash it all down. Texas coffee doesn't get much better. Come on down and start your day right Texas. You know you want to!®

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Please register with your nation name. This is a great opportunity for nations old and new to Texas to find out what is going on! We chat, we debate, we talk about the weather, we talk about stuff we like, stuff we hate, random stuff and more stuff. But, it is never stuffy. Usually, it is about meeting your fellow Texans and talking about the latest and most interesting stuff in NationStates at the moment. But then again, sometimes NationStates does not even come up. It is wide-open chatting with peeps from around The World both IRL and NS. It is Texans, EuroTexans, WannabeTexans, ex-Texans, and plenty of Friends of Texans. We have it all and all are welcome. Texas Chat, 710 weeks and running! For the math-challenged, that is over 14 years! Check it out! Good stuff!

Indian Empire wrote:in other news, it's almost like some local teams are having a major Renaissance in the College Football World. Kentucky is #18 in the country at 5-1 and now we have Cincinnati making an appearance at #25 as well at 6-0. This feels like some crazy dream.

Too bad y'all could of been ranked higher if it weren't for us Aggies. Lol

Gig em Aggies wrote:Too bad y'all could of been ranked higher if it weren't for us Aggies. Lol

Yeah get rid of the aggies and we'd be top 10. At least LSU helped them out Saturday.

Indian Empire wrote:Yeah get rid of the aggies and we'd be top 10. At least LSU helped them out Saturday.

True but three other teams helped were projected to be #19 in Tuesday's new AP top 25 rankings

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