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WA Delegate: The Empire of Americatain (elected )

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Most Nations: 137th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 311th Most Valuable International Artwork: 593rd+2
Largest Black Market: 1,317th Most Influential: 1,393rd
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Climate : Tropical | Weather : Sunny | Wind : Southerly | Sea State : Calm


🌴 Welcome to South Pacific, a true paradise on earth 🌴

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Famous the world over for our friendly locals, sandy beaches, beautiful weather, bangin' choons, and peace between nations.

Like the palm tree, we bend but never break.

South Pacific is NOT a Feeder Region
WA Members are required to endorse the Delegate Americatain



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Next WA Delegate Election Date: 22nd June 2022
Founded: April 2003



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    Master Dispatch

    FactbookOverview by South Pacific Information Center . 785 reads.

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    South Pacific Regional Map

    FactbookGeography by Panther . 2,461 reads.

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    South Pacific Banners

    FactbookCulture by Panther . 261 reads.

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    Bikini Awards | N-Day 5

    AccountMilitary by Panther . 89 reads.

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    End of the Rainbow

    AccountCulture by Panther . 344 reads.

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    Hall of Flags

    FactbookHistory by South Pacific Information Center . 118 reads.

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    Hall of Delegates

    FactbookHistory by South Pacific Information Center . 423 reads.

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    South Pacific Crocodile Pit

    AccountOther by Panther . 120 reads.

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Embassies: Dreamtime, 10000 Islands, the South Pacific, NationStates, belgium, Kappa Region, Vatican, Conch Kingdom, Christmas, Philippines, The Social Liberal Union, Alcris, and A Liberal Haven.

Tags: Casual, Democratic, Enormous, Featured, Founderless, LGBT, Liberated, Multi-Species, Neutral, Regional Government, Snarky, and World Assembly.

Regional Power: High

South Pacific contains 161 nations, the 137th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Efficient Economies in South Pacific

Nations ranked highly are the most ruthlessly efficient at translating raw resources, including people, into economic output.

As a region, South Pacific is ranked 12,839th in the world for Most Efficient Economies.

1.The Warrens of PantherDemocratic Socialists“A King of Shreds and Patches”
2.The United Federation of LingangIron Fist Consumerists“Nam Aeternitas”
3.The Union of DorigInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Wolność, Równość, Braterstwo”
4.The Empire of AmericatainCapitalist Paradise“The Mighty must fall, eventually”
5.The Obviously Evil Empire of The great Wall of the virtuousDemocratic Socialists“We put our fist where your mouth is”
6.The Union Republic of DensanerPsychotic Dictatorship“Tyrants fall in every foe.”
7.The Protectorate of Windswept NiueIron Fist Consumerists“Niue is windy sometimes”
8.The Municipality of MaputoCapitalist Paradise“We are Great”
9.The Illuminated Hypertext of Neon BibleCorporate Bordello“Don't lick your fingers when you turn the page”
10.The Vacation Destination of KaossDemocratic Socialists“Put the lime in the coconut.”
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The Empire of Catherine II

11 hours ago: Catherine II was ejected and banned from South Pacific by Densaner.
1 day 2 hours ago: Catherine II was ejected from South Pacific by Americatain.

Who wants a go next

The Animated Adventures of Foghorn Leghorn

Catherine II wrote:Who wants a go next

Put, I say, put 'em up there missy, them's fightin' words!

(I don't, I say, I don't normally hit girls, but I'm happy to do so in this case)

👊

The Union Republic of Densaner

Foghorn Leghorn wrote:Put, I say,...

How rude, I mean really, tut.

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The Empire of Catherine II

The Windy Kingdom of Noxious Air

so, Catherine II, do you actually own an Italian Greyhound?

The Republic of Oofherland

Americatain wrote:With the election in just over a month, is anybody considering running for Delegate? Personally, I haven’t yet decided if I’ll run for re-election, but I would like to see what competition I’d have 😉

Not this time, maybe next time

The Union Republic of Densaner

The Windy Kingdom of Noxious Air

Test your baseball knowledge:

1. Runner on second. As the batter drives a hard infield grounder to short, the runner attempts to gain third. In order not to interfere with the fielding of the ball by the shortstop, the runner properly runs behind the fielder; but just at that moment the ball takes a weird hop and the shortstop takes a wild leap backward to field the ball. He collides with the base-runner. Though the runner protests that the interference was unforeseeable, and that the shortstop actually bumped into him, the umpire declares the base-runner out. Is the umpire right?

Yes. Intent is no consideration in fielding plays involving interference. The fielder always has the right of way. It is the duty of a base-runner to avoid bumping into or being bumped into by a player who is fielding a ball.

2. Casey's on first, and Lefty, the pitcher, makes as if to throw to the bag, but holds the ball. The umpire calls a balk, and then Lefty hurriedly whips the ball over the plate. The batter, Socko Hamilton, wallops it for a homer, scoring 2 runs. Though the fans threaten to boil him in oil, the umpire disallows both runs, orders Casey to second and Hamilton back to the plate. Apart from his courage, does the umpire know his baseball?

No. The offensive team has an option and in this case most certainly takes the homer in preference to the balk.

The Union of Dorig

Noxious Air wrote:Test your baseball knowledge:

1. Runner on second. As the batter drives a hard infield grounder to short, the runner attempts to gain third. In order not to interfere with the fielding of the ball by the shortstop, the runner properly runs behind the fielder; but just at that moment the ball takes a weird hop and the shortstop takes a wild leap backward to field the ball. He collides with the base-runner. Though the runner protests that the interference was unforeseeable, and that the shortstop actually bumped into him, the umpire declares the base-runner out. Is the umpire right?

Yes. Intent is no consideration in fielding plays involving interference. The fielder always has the right of way. It is the duty of a base-runner to avoid bumping into or being bumped into by a player who is fielding a ball.

2. Casey's on first, and Lefty, the pitcher, makes as if to throw to the bag, but holds the ball. The umpire calls a balk, and then Lefty hurriedly whips the ball over the plate. The batter, Socko Hamilton, wallops it for a homer, scoring 2 runs. Though the fans threaten to boil him in oil, the umpire disallows both runs, orders Casey to second and Hamilton back to the plate. Apart from his courage, does the umpire know his baseball?

No. The offensive team has an option and in this case most certainly takes the homer in preference to the balk.

Very cool, I certainly learned something. I will admit I am more of a casual fan, but I enjoyed these brain teasers. Thanks Nox.

Dorig

The Fried Head of A Down and Dusky Blonde

Three questions for you intellectual types:

What is the meaning of Art?

What is the meaning of Love?

When's Lunch?

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