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LiberNovusAmericae wrote:What part makes my view extreme?

Most of the FCN didn't seem to be about Augusto Pinochet, who in many eyes was a fascist.

Doge Republics wrote:Most of the FCN didn't seem to be about Augusto Pinochet, who in many eyes was a fascist.

Well, I renounce that view now.

LiberNovusAmericae wrote:Well, I renounce that view now.

Interesting...

Doge Republics wrote:Interesting...

How is that interesting? People's views can change, and mine has. I'm no longer a supporter of Pinochet.

LiberNovusAmericae wrote:How is that interesting? People's views can change, and mine has. I'm no longer a supporter of Pinochet.

Because most people I've met on this site will fight tooth and nail to protect their views, which never really change.

Doge Republics wrote:Because most people I've met on this site will fight tooth and nail to protect their views, which never really change.

I've noticed. Many are not receptive to facts which is unfortunate.

Nordstaterna wrote:Hello everyone!

I would say hello back, but you don't seem to exist anymore.

LiberNovusAmericae wrote:I would say hello back, but you don't seem to exist anymore.

I miss Nord :(

Quebecshire wrote:I miss Nord :(

Sorry to hear that. Think he'll be back?

LiberNovusAmericae wrote:Sorry to hear that. Think he'll be back?

Itís possible, but heís been gone 2 1/2 years, so unlikely. When old inactive people do come back itís usually around this time thing.

Post self-deleted by Caezar.

LiberNovusAmericae wrote:I would say hello back, but you don't seem to exist anymore.

American message to the former Soviet Union, December 27th, 1991 (colorized)

looking back at the past make me wonder, What will the LCN look like on this day, this hour, this minute but in 3 years? Who will be remembered, who will be forgotten? Who will have left, who will be left? Tis is a question to ponder but the answer is to be determined by fate.

Quebecshire wrote:Itís possible, but heís been gone 2 1/2 years, so unlikely. When old inactive people do come back itís usually around this time thing.

Either a repercussion of academic RL or lack of interest

Greater Sacramento wrote:looking back at the past make me wonder, What will the LCN look like on this day, this hour, this minute but in 3 years? Who will be remembered, who will be forgotten? Who will have left, who will be left? Tis is a question to ponder but the answer is to be determined by fate.

Most regions don't last six years+. If the LCN is still around, and hasn't splintered due to political division, or been rendered nigh-extinct due to emigration and inactivity, I'd be somewhat surprised, as that's the fate of many regions of significance.

Greater Sacramento wrote:looking back at the past make me wonder, What will the LCN look like on this day, this hour, this minute but in 3 years? Who will be remembered, who will be forgotten? Who will have left, who will be left? Tis is a question to ponder but the answer is to be determined by fate.

I think I have a pretty good memory, and with the depths of my google drive LCN folder and itís subfolders, I think we would always have sufficient information available.

Tovskhezmar wrote:Most regions don't last six years+. If the LCN is still around, and hasn't splintered due to political division, or been rendered nigh-extinct due to emigration and inactivity, I'd be somewhat surprised, as that's the fate of many regions of significance.

Even if by some way this region dies, the people will remain in contact at more active levels due to social media like Snapchat and meetups, the first of which is this July.

Quebecshire wrote:I think I have a pretty good memory, and with the depths of my google drive LCN folder and itís subfolders, I think we would always have sufficient information available. Even if by some way this region dies, the people will remain in contact at more active levels due to social media like Snapchat and meetups, the first of which is this July.

solid

Good morning everyone

Iandrul wrote:Good morning everyone

Bastanbo wrote:morning

Good Morning LCN!

New Alabamian States wrote:It's been a while... This place has changed

Ah, another familiar face!

Tovskhezmar wrote:morning!

Redundant

Icaris wrote:Jeez, this sounds like youre 12 😂

close enough, 15 really

Greater Sacramento wrote:looking back at the past make me wonder, What will the LCN look like on this day, this hour, this minute but in 3 years? Who will be remembered, who will be forgotten? Who will have left, who will be left? Tis is a question to ponder but the answer is to be determined by fate.

I would like to think that Quebec, Caezar, and I are still around (as consuls hopefully) to teach new people the ways of the LCN. But I can't be sure with college around the corner for all of us and then jobs and families after that. If most of us aren't around I would hope we are remembered if no big fallout happens and all the dispatches and stuff containing our history gets deleted. But we'll never know. Only time will tell

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