WA Delegate: None.
Founder: The Plains of Dioxin
Unity of Green Pastures contains 2 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Fattest Citizens in Unity of Green Pastures
World Census takers tracked the sale of Cheetos and Twinkies to ascertain which nations most enjoyed the "kind bud."
As a region, Unity of Green Pastures is ranked 20,126th in the world for Fattest Citizens.
|1.||The United Nations of Aplan||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Build a forest to hide a tree.”|
|2.||The Plains of Dioxin||Civil Rights Lovefest||“This Too Shall Pass”|
- : The Plains of Dioxin rejected United Nations of Europe's request for regional embassies.
- : The Republic of Argentinstan of the region United Nations of Europe proposed constructing embassies.
- : Embassy cancelled between Planetary Galactic Governments Assembly and Unity of Green Pastures.
- : The Plains of Dioxin ordered the closure of embassies between Unity of Green Pastures and Planetary Galactic Governments Assembly.
- : Revolutionary guard 16 of the region Planetary Galactic Governments Assembly ordered the closure of its embassy in Unity of Green Pastures.
- : The Plains of Dioxin rejected Crooked Mountain's request for regional embassies.
- : The United Socialist States of New Elite Order of the region Crooked Mountain proposed constructing embassies.
- : Veganania ceased to exist.
- : Allfreedomland ceased to exist.
- : Veganania arrived from Gay.
Unity of Green Pastures Regional Message Board
I did try home schooling at first and that's how I got away with dropping out. After that I just never felt comfortable going back, and it seems it wasn't all that necessary anyway.
Ah, so that's how you managed it. Didn't your family try and get you to stay in education? It's a bit more than reading and writing these days.
You have to understand two things
1: my family is a known group of quitters, especially when it comes to school, and
2: my immediate family barely extended past my mother
There wasn't anybody around to push me to further my education. So while I don't have an advanced formal education, I hesitate to say I'm uneducated.
Hey I can properly write my currency abbreviations now! Finally, Ollars and Ents can have representation.
Further education can help you reach places you might want to get to but other than that, it's not for everyone. If I had my time again, I'd either be a gardener or a cabinet maker, I think.
I do in fact plan to further my education for my career. I'm going into training to earn a degree in Gunsmithing, and I hope that I can one day expand into machining and tooling in general.
Well, gunsmithing will certainly keep you busy, especially if you focus on the restoration side of things. Sounds a fascinating choice.
I'm not a warmongering, second amendment, stick to your guns type of person. I'm just absolutely amazed by the science and history of firearms. True, the power they wield is part of the attraction; one pull of a trigger can end a person's life so effortlessly. That kind of awesomr might is something to be feared and respected. But I find guns to be such amazing works of science and engineering, the fact that someone figured out that two springs and a lever can do what it does is truly awe inspiring; at least to me.
I don't like guns because they have only one purpose and I think enough killing goes on in this world without them. Science and engineering, however, is endlessly fascinating especially the design side of things. There's a fascinating series of vids on YT about primitive technology. I found them all quite mesmerising. Here's one of them: