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Denolia wrote:1984

doubleplusungood

What happened with the Frostland countries?

East swizerland

me new e

East swizerland wrote:me new

Welcome! Soon enough the FNR will provide you with the appropriate guide to help you get accustomed to our little community (ok it's not very little to be honest but you get the point)

Hello. What's happening? I don't really often see this message board and mostly nothing is going on at discord.

hi i just join the region ! so i am a 24years old french who hope to be able to RP soon ^^

Are the mods able to “1984” people on the discord

Acceel wrote:What happened with the Frostland countries?

Frostland? How far back were you looking in the RMB? :P

Frostland was an RMB puppet spammer. The nations they used to spam our RMB have been banned from the region.

East swizerland wrote:me new

Ramdam wrote:hi i just join the region ! so i am a 24years old french who hope to be able to RP soon ^^

Welcome to both of you!

Mijhu Republic wrote:Are the mods able to “1984” people on the discord

We can delete messages, if that's what you're referring to.

13th October 2010 (11 years ago): Chilean miners are rescued after 69 days underground

On 13 October 2010, the last of 33 miners trapped 700 meters underground for more than two months at a caved-in mine in northern Chile, are rescued. The miners survived longer than anyone else trapped underground in recorded history.

The miners’ ordeal began on 5 August 2010, when the San José gold and copper mine where they were working, some 800 kilometers north of the Chilean capital city of Santiago, collapsed. The 33 men moved to an underground emergency shelter area, where they discovered just several days’ worth of food rations. As their situation grew more desperate over the next 17 days, the miners, uncertain if anyone would find them, considered suicide and cannibalism. Then, on 22 August, a drill sent by rescuers broke through to the area where the miners were located, and the men sent back up a note saying, “We are fine in the refuge, the 33.” Food, water, letters, medicine and other supplies were soon delivered to the miners via a narrow bore hole. Video cameras were also sent down, making it possible for rescuers to see the men and the hot, humid space in which they were entombed. As engineering and mining experts from around the world collaborated on the long, complex process of devising a way to bring the 33 men up to the surface, the miners maintained a system of jobs and routines in order to keep up morale.

Three separate drilling rig teams, nearly every Chilean government ministry, the United States's space agency, NASA, and a dozen corporations from around the world cooperated in completing the rescue. Rescuers eventually drilled and reinforced an escape shaft wide enough to extract the men, one by one. On 12 October, the first of the miners was raised to the surface in a narrow, 4-meter-tall capsule painted white, blue and red, the colors of the Chilean flag. The approximately 700-meter ascent to the surface in the capsule took around 15 minutes for each man.

The miners were greeted by a cheering crowd that included Chile’s president, Sebastian Pinera; media from around the world; and friends and relatives, many of whom had been camped at the base of the mine in the Atacama Desert for months. Millions of people around the globe watched the rescue on live TV. Less than 24 hours after the operation began, all 33 of the miners, who ranged in age from 19 to 63, had been safely rescued. Almost all the men were in good health, and each of them sported dark glasses to protect their eyes after being in a dimly lit space for so long.

The rescued miners were later honored with trips to a variety of destinations, including England, Israel and Florida’s Walt Disney World, where a parade was held in their honor.

Previous geological instability at the old mine and a long record of safety violations for the mine's owners, San Esteban Mining Company, had resulted in a series of fines and accidents, including eight deaths, during the dozen years leading up to this accident. Following three years of work, lawsuits and investigations into the collapse concluded in August 2013 with no charges filed.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/64/Mina_San_Jos%C3%A9_de_Copiap%C3%B3_en_2010.jpg

Rescue efforts at San José Mine near Copiapó, Chile on 10 August 2010.
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https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/28/Mina_San_Jos%C3%A9_-_Manuel_Gonz%C3%A1lez_-_Gobierno_de_Chile.jpg

Manuel González, the first rescuer, preparing to descend.
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https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/64/Esquema_Fenix-minero_%28eng%29.png

Diagram of the rescue capsule "Fénix" class and the miner equipment used in the Copiapó accident of 2010 rescue.
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https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/23/President_Pi%C3%B1era_and_miners_in_Copiap%C3%B3_Hospital.jpg

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera visiting the miners in Copiapó Hospital.
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https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c7/Mina_San_Jos%C3%A9_-_Los_33_in_the_Blue_Room_at_Presidential_Palace_with_President_and_First_Lady_-_Gobierno_de_Chile.jpg

Los 33 miners posing with the President and First Lady of Chile in the Blue Room of the Presidential Palace on 24 October 2010

https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/chilean-miners-are-rescued-after-69-days-underground

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Copiap%C3%B3_mining_accident

I’ll say a food and you tell me how you feel about it:
1. Fried squash
2. Banana and pear soup
3. Pear as a pasta topping/filling
4. Blueberry and cashews in/on pasta

Provence Town wrote:I’ll say a food and you tell me how you feel about it:
1. Fried squash
2. Banana and pear soup
3. Pear as a pasta topping/filling
4. Blueberry and cashews in/on pasta

1. sound weird, pass
2. also doesn't sound appetizing, pass
3. fruits and pasta sounds good, I'll try it
4. see above, cashews are good and blueberries might be a nice contrast, it'd have to be prepared carefully but I think you could pull it off.

Provence Town wrote:I’ll say a food and you tell me how you feel about it:
1. Fried squash
2. Banana and pear soup
3. Pear as a pasta topping/filling
4. Blueberry and cashews in/on pasta

1. *reeeeeetchhhgdhdjjdj*
HOW DARE YOU-*retch*-TAINT THE ART OF FRYING BY COMMITING SUCH A HENIOUS CRIME
2. Mm. Doesn't sound bad. I expect a taste like mashed bananas
3. If it's the Asian kind of pears, sure.
4. Blueberries bother me a bit, but sure, fine

Today in History wrote:13th October 2010 (11 years ago): Chilean miners are rescued after 69 days underground

On 13 October 2010, the last of 33 miners trapped 700 meters underground for more than two months at a caved-in mine in northern Chile, are rescued. The miners survived longer than anyone else trapped underground in recorded history.

The miners’ ordeal began on 5 August 2010, when the San José gold and copper mine where they were working, some 800 kilometers north of the Chilean capital city of Santiago, collapsed. The 33 men moved to an underground emergency shelter area, where they discovered just several days’ worth of food rations. As their situation grew more desperate over the next 17 days, the miners, uncertain if anyone would find them, considered suicide and cannibalism. Then, on 22 August, a drill sent by rescuers broke through to the area where the miners were located, and the men sent back up a note saying, “We are fine in the refuge, the 33.” Food, water, letters, medicine and other supplies were soon delivered to the miners via a narrow bore hole. Video cameras were also sent down, making it possible for rescuers to see the men and the hot, humid space in which they were entombed. As engineering and mining experts from around the world collaborated on the long, complex process of devising a way to bring the 33 men up to the surface, the miners maintained a system of jobs and routines in order to keep up morale.

Three separate drilling rig teams, nearly every Chilean government ministry, the United States's space agency, NASA, and a dozen corporations from around the world cooperated in completing the rescue. Rescuers eventually drilled and reinforced an escape shaft wide enough to extract the men, one by one. On 12 October, the first of the miners was raised to the surface in a narrow, 4-meter-tall capsule painted white, blue and red, the colors of the Chilean flag. The approximately 700-meter ascent to the surface in the capsule took around 15 minutes for each man.

The miners were greeted by a cheering crowd that included Chile’s president, Sebastian Pinera; media from around the world; and friends and relatives, many of whom had been camped at the base of the mine in the Atacama Desert for months. Millions of people around the globe watched the rescue on live TV. Less than 24 hours after the operation began, all 33 of the miners, who ranged in age from 19 to 63, had been safely rescued. Almost all the men were in good health, and each of them sported dark glasses to protect their eyes after being in a dimly lit space for so long.

The rescued miners were later honored with trips to a variety of destinations, including England, Israel and Florida’s Walt Disney World, where a parade was held in their honor.

Previous geological instability at the old mine and a long record of safety violations for the mine's owners, San Esteban Mining Company, had resulted in a series of fines and accidents, including eight deaths, during the dozen years leading up to this accident. Following three years of work, lawsuits and investigations into the collapse concluded in August 2013 with no charges filed.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/64/Mina_San_Jos%C3%A9_de_Copiap%C3%B3_en_2010.jpg

Rescue efforts at San José Mine near Copiapó, Chile on 10 August 2010.
__________

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/28/Mina_San_Jos%C3%A9_-_Manuel_Gonz%C3%A1lez_-_Gobierno_de_Chile.jpg

Manuel González, the first rescuer, preparing to descend.
__________

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/64/Esquema_Fenix-minero_%28eng%29.png

Diagram of the rescue capsule "Fénix" class and the miner equipment used in the Copiapó accident of 2010 rescue.
__________

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/23/President_Pi%C3%B1era_and_miners_in_Copiap%C3%B3_Hospital.jpg

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera visiting the miners in Copiapó Hospital.
__________

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c7/Mina_San_Jos%C3%A9_-_Los_33_in_the_Blue_Room_at_Presidential_Palace_with_President_and_First_Lady_-_Gobierno_de_Chile.jpg

Los 33 miners posing with the President and First Lady of Chile in the Blue Room of the Presidential Palace on 24 October 2010

https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/chilean-miners-are-rescued-after-69-days-underground

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Copiap%C3%B3_mining_accident

CHI! CHI! CHI! LE! LE! LE!

Provence Town wrote:I’ll say a food and you tell me how you feel about it:
1. Fried squash
2. Banana and pear soup
3. Pear as a pasta topping/filling
4. Blueberry and cashews in/on pasta

1 - Sounds pretty mundane tbh so nothing really against it
2 - This makes me Distraught
3 - Why?
4 - God is dead

Northern arizonia

Provence Town wrote:I’ll say a food and you tell me how you feel about it:
1. Fried squash
2. Banana and pear soup
3. Pear as a pasta topping/filling
4. Blueberry and cashews in/on pasta

1. I'd be willing to try it
2. No. Hot fruit sounds gross unless it's like a pie
3. Maybe, but leaning towards no
4. I'd try it. Doesn't sound like my style, but I can see it being popular with other people.

hello cornpops, im new here

is this a capitalist region?

America Universalis wrote:hello cornpops, im new here

Hello and welcome!

America Universalis wrote:is this a capitalist region?

We're a mix of all sorts of ideologies.

My Nation wrote:Hello and welcome!

We're a mix of all sorts of ideologies.

sup, yeah thats great cause damned commies banned me from their region lmao, jokesters

u Canadian?

America Universalis wrote:u Canadian?

I think he is, personally I am too

America Universalis wrote:u Canadian?

Yes, I am!

Aanchean wrote:I think he is, personally I am too

Hello fellow Canadian!

America Universalis wrote:is this a capitalist region?

Are you capitalist?
cuz..
THEN I WILL END YOU BOURGEOIS SCUM
THE RIGHTFUL RULERS OF NATIONSTATES ARE THE PROLETARIAT
HUZZAH FOR THE REVOLUTION

(jk, welcome to the region!)

Look, I’m not sayin’ i’m a commie, but those sailors down in Kronstadt had about the right idea :troll:

Denolia wrote:Look, I’m not sayin’ i’m a commie, but those sailors down in Kronstadt had about the right idea :troll:

when you think there's stickers in NS RMB :onion troll:

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