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Jirmeria wrote:This makes me really interested in Forest; if Yggdrasil does not work out for me, after I'm here for a couple of months (I've still been in Yggdrasil for less than a week); I may think about joining Forest. But first I want to get to know Yggdrasil, so far I like it here.

Have you joined the forum? (The link is http://www.half-hp.net/ . Please use your nation's name to register!)

Particle wrote:I feel like forest is a more active yggdrasil... actually i think yggdrasil is the inactive forest

yggdrasil is just one tree in the forest, but it's the biggest tree and the most sacred one

Pookyvania wrote:In the recent past, Yggdrasil has cooperated with Forest in curing. I know that last year, we sent a lot of nations over to shoot cure missiles at nations here. We have a history of doing a very good job finishing with no infected population.

We didn't do as well last year with all of us being so busy at the time..

Pookyvania wrote:
I don't know about that, there are some distinct cultural differences. In Forest, a post this short would be unusual. Also, we really like to fret over embassies.

Oh, didn't know that.

Particle wrote:Oh, didn't know that.

We are currently voting on a constitutional amendment to alter or embassy policies. :)

Usually a spike once people get put of school for the summer, but right now the tree is sleepy

This region is similar to Iwaku but without the spam..

Thembria SSR wrote:This region is similar to Iwaku but without the spam..

https://youtu.be/qhmCVzrDmBU

tfw Forest nations make Yggdrasil more active than Yggdrasilians themselves

Carrasastova wrote:tfw Forest nations make Yggdrasil more active than Yggdrasilians themselves

No, we don't! :)

Turbeaux wrote:
No, we don't! :)

But that's how i feel. But i'm also grateful for it.

I'm actually a little bit excited for E3 this year. THQ Nordic is announcing two mystery games there. One of them might be an updated Timesplitters: Future Perfect for modern consoles because they filed that name recently as trademark.

BOLGANO wrote:Hello

👋

Pookyvania wrote:👋

🏅🏅🏅

What do you all think of Trump's visit to the UK? Good or bad for the Brits?

Goddess Relief Office wrote:What do you all think of Trump's visit to the UK? Good or bad for the Brits?

Prolly good because he prolly spent money there. But idk the deatils

Particle wrote:Prolly good because he prolly spent money there. But idk the deatils

He also defaced the Westminster Abbey visitors book with his ridiculous half-page signature: https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_asset/file/16317845/GettyImages_1153457626.jpg . Additionally, he spooked a cat: https://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/976/cpsprodpb/B984/production/_107229474_untitled-14.jpg . At least Brits are having fun with trolling him!

Pookyvania wrote:-snip-

I fail to see how spooking a cat and making John Hancock proud with your extra thick signature are bad things.

Goddess Relief Office wrote:-snip-

Trump visiting one of our closest allies is an unquestionably good thing despite what a certain London mayor says.

Tamanian wrote:I fail to see how spooking a cat and making John Hancock proud with your extra thick signature are bad things. Trump visiting one of our closest allies is an unquestionably good thing despite what a certain London mayor says.

Don't you dare compare John Hancock to Donald Trump. John's big signature was large as an act of defiance toward one of our closest allies our English oppressors. Signing a vistors book like a child who just learned how to write is just déclassé. I am a bit biased when it comes to cats but I would go out of my way to avoid spooking a famous one!

Goddess Relief Office wrote:What do you all think of Trump's visit to the UK? Good or bad for the Brits?

Oh good! Maybe he will stay there..

Goddess Relief Office wrote:What do you all think of Trump's visit to the UK? Good or bad for the Brits?

Maybe it's good to create good diplomatic relations

Tamanian wrote:I fail to see how spooking a cat and making John Hancock proud with your extra thick signature are bad things. Trump visiting one of our closest allies is an unquestionably good thing despite what a certain London mayor says.

The timing though... right before PM May's resignation and the election of a new PM. His vocal support for Boris Johnson has only emboldened the 'no deal' Brexit hardliners and sowed further division between the remain and leave camps. It's notable that it's not just the London Mayor who was against the visit but the Labor party as well. I cannot recall that happening in the past and shows how divided the Brits are ... not sure how Brexit will turn out.

Thembria SSR wrote:Oh good! Maybe he will stay there..

lol that's what the Japanese said too, to Abe.

O the unexpected vagaries of life.

I was looking forward to a long weekend of rest (Monday's a holiday here) in rainy weather. As i was getting ready for work early in the morning, my mom informed that my uncle passed away last nite. So suddenly I'm sitting in the airport waiting for a flight to Malaysia.

o_o

Sternberg

*clears throat*

I'M BAAAAAAAA- (*radio cuts out*)

Anywho, long overdue return here; sorry for the absence, folks. Past two months have been absolute hell-on-timber-dunnage for me, but I've finally got most of my house in order now that I can return my attention to NS. How has the region gotten on? Any Thembri's to headpat, Norns to answer the phone of (all lines must have been busy!) or ringed planets to keep avoiding?

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