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Ikr! I actually had to check that lol XD. Yup. Wow. what is funny is that even though my citizens are pretty average as far as intelligence goes, they still do all that stuff.

my brother has a country that is classified as an inoffensive centrist democracy, but that also has illegalized elections

Krovia wrote:Strangely enough we both have a Father Knows Best State

I've been bouncing around between Father Knows Best, Centrist Democracy, Corrupt Dictatorship, and Democratic Socialist. However, I always fall back in Father Knows Best as I ultimately view my citizens as my children.

Krovia wrote:So, random question... Do you guide your nation as you feel is "right"? OR Do you play it at a whim, somewhat randomly? OR Something else?

I like to write stories and worldbuild. So when I joined nationstates I picked one of my fictional nations and attempted to get it as close as possible. Its mostly worked surprisingly.

Also WOOooooooo, economic powerhouse.

Tethys 13 wrote:I construct a lore for my nation around its statistics, and then try to answer issues to affect the statistics in a suitable way for that lore.

Things got a little crazier once my population statistic exceeded what was reasonable for a single planet without excessive urbanisation. That was a while ago, and it has only become weirder.

I love this tactic!

What happened to my old group lol

Ah I was kicked out for inactivity that sucks but I just got this nation backed was busy with school

Here is a question for all Osirians, if someone came along and presented you with two options,
>number one, a one time check immediately made out to you for one million dollars, or . . .
>number two, one single dollar, which would appreciate in value by 100% in geometric progression once a day for thirty days straight . .
Which one would you choose?

A whopping one million straight up, or wait thirty days on that one dollar to do it's thing.

The Gelseen Hegemony wrote:Here is a question for all Osirians, if someone came along and presented you with two options,
>number one, a one time check immediately made out to you for one million dollars, or . . .
>number two, one single dollar, which would appreciate in value by 100% in geometric progression once a day for thirty days straight . .
Which one would you choose?

A whopping one million straight up, or wait thirty days on that one dollar to do it's thing.

Why do all of this boring crap when I can just Rob a bank XD

The Gelseen Hegemony wrote:Here is a question for all Osirians, if someone came along and presented you with two options,
>number one, a one time check immediately made out to you for one million dollars, or . . .
>number two, one single dollar, which would appreciate in value by 100% in geometric progression once a day for thirty days straight . .
Which one would you choose?

A whopping one million straight up, or wait thirty days on that one dollar to do it's thing.

So check for one million dollars or a dollar that will double in value for thirty day. I will go with option 1 unless I am given a way to legally liquidate the dollar to its true value as it still looks like a dollar and I doubt I would get a fair value from a collector who had enough to cash my incredibly valuable one dollar bill.

The Gelseen Hegemony wrote:Here is a question for all Osirians, if someone came along and presented you with two options,
>number one, a one time check immediately made out to you for one million dollars, or . . .
>number two, one single dollar, which would appreciate in value by 100% in geometric progression once a day for thirty days straight . .
Which one would you choose?

A whopping one million straight up, or wait thirty days on that one dollar to do it's thing.

I am a patient boy, so I would easily be able to wait 30 days for the 1 dollar that increases in value each day. That being said, 1 million dollars would come in many notes and give vastly more flexibility on spending than a single dollar that is worth as much as it would be. The 1 dollar option should result in oodles more cash at the end, but I shall stick with the instant 1 million (708,800).

Dragonian Alliance wrote:So check for one million dollars or a dollar that will double in value for thirty day. I will go with option 1 unless I am given a way to legally liquidate the dollar to its true value as it still looks like a dollar and I doubt I would get a fair value from a collector who had enough to cash my incredibly valuable one dollar bill.

This is a "what if" scenario, so it's assumed that you can collect the total amount that that dollar has become towards the end of 30 days.
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512 . . ect ect.

hehe i made polygamy legal

Che Qui Dong Fak wrote:hehe i made polygamy legal

ahaha that's wicked lit dude do it again

pollockamy is the best

*boops Osiris*

Have you gotten a notification saying you were mentioned in this post? If so, that means that you're in the World Assembly but you're not endorsing our delegate and pharaoh Valerievna! Endorsing is a mechanic that only WA (World Assembly) members have access to; the more endorsements our Pharaoh has the more secure our region is and the more votes we have on proposals brought before the world assembly. Follow the super quick steps below to endorse them :D

Step One: Click the nation Valerievna
Step Two: Scroll to the bottom of the page
Step Three: Click the Endorse button. All done! You've helped Osiris significantly.

Thanks for your time ^^

Question Of The Day!!

What did you pick on the poll, and why?

Why is this region Egyptian themed? You, know, I never quite understood that.

Chron wrote:Why is this region Egyptian themed? You, know, I never quite understood that.

That's a question you'd have to ask Max Barry. The feeder and sinker regions have, as far as I know, always existed as they are. The Pacifics have always had those names, and the Sinkers have always had theirs.

Chron wrote:Why is this region Egyptian themed? You, know, I never quite understood that.

The sinker regions are named after figures from mythology with ties to resurrection - Balder from Norse mythology, Lazarus from Christian mythology and Osiris from Ancient Egyptian mythology.

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Luna State wrote:Question Of The Day!!

What did you pick on the poll, and why?

I do not eat most marshmallows, as I am vegetarian. There are some vegan marshmallows, but I do not often buy sweets.

Luna State wrote:Question Of The Day!!

What did you pick on the poll, and why?

I don't eat marshmallow consistently enough to buy it.

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