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  2. Yo, mudpuss, I'll take that bet. 9 mil 100 tech?
  3. So what do you call the 4 years with polar then another year with one of their close allies? I fought war after war after war with polar. I fought a war with NoR. I don’t jump ship. However I also don’t sit idly by. When I left polar I had every intention of leaving the game. Someone in NoR however kept me around.
  4. Term, Another alliance this week.? It seems your loyalty is lower than our war chests. Instead of jumping from alliance to alliance long enough to ruin your welcome and bolt, you should try doing one of the things you claim to be so great at. Who wants to take a wager he's left NG by months end? Sincerely, Joseph M. Black
  5. So your members even admit it was our flag and you stole it. That’s cute coming from someone who just the other day had said they were planning on leaving FTW anyways when we were talking about surrendering. Also some big talk coming from someone that can’t rebuild and has no money. That spy op is a few days old. Probably below 70mil now. Correction. He is below 20mil
  6. If there's one commodity I've noticed RFI has plenty of it's overinflated egos.
  7. What word smiths do these Wolves possess within their ranks. "A Most Powerful and Tireless Enemy." While their leader looks for peace.
  8. Yesterday
  9. Hahahaha Nah he isn't rock but he is awesome. Just like peace is awesome.
  10. I figured he recognized the hostility when we started burning his alliance to the ground and raided his channel to make fun of them for their lack of warchest.
  11. It's because your Vice Roi returned...
  12. @Johnny Apocalypse I'm impressed, quality work, I can't really thank you enough. @Lex Quintus Yours is also a great post, it grew on me as I was reading it. I didn't think I would have again really enjoyed my CN popcorn...
  13. I'm under the impression that you might have overlooked the Subject of that PM, but I might also be wrong.
  14. So apparently it's been over 5 months since the last update. I think it's about time for one, don't you? Here's what's changed since February: RIP to 5 of the top 50 nations: Furous Purpose (#10) Irons82 (#22) YJHAN (#25) Halflinger (#28) Commander Bean (#49) A couple of those spots have been taken by the return of other inactives. Welcome back, gantanX (#8) and Stewie (#12). Notable movers up the chart include: ALFERALFER and Nashorn continue to play leapfrog near the top. Currently ALFERALFER is on top, sitting at #3. Steeldor creeping up the list as well (#8-->#6) BurtenJay (#26-->#21) BaronZemo (#34-->#26) Justin666 (#42-->#27...third update in a row that Justin666 gets a shoutout!) Council of Ten (#48-->#31) And welcome to the following newcomers breaking into the top 50: ? (either #36 or #37...I'm still missing both, so I don't know which is the newbie) SirWilliam (#45) Terminator (#49) For those who would like to play along, the Top 50 bar is amazingly exactly where it was in February -- 15,072,123 casualties. Spreadsheet of Top 50
  15. In all of my time here, never have I seen such a pathetic and sobby recognition of hostilities
  16. Please don't tell me you consider Elvis Costello rock. Was bad enough considering Meatloaf rock.
  17. A PUBLIC SERVICE BULLETIN FROM THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS Specialists in the Kashmiri military have long endeavored to protect the alliance through means unconventional and paranormal. Redacted versions of their exploits have been featured in Hollywood films. Recent efforts at mental quarantine have been much in the news, and this primer is offered for the edification of the population at large, to both reduce confusion and raise awareness. RFID BLOCKING: WHAT IS IT? RFID stands for Roll For Initiative Delusions. Today they are found in passports and credit cards as wafer thin chips to help speed up transactions. They store and transmit your account information plus personal details. They are also found on battlefields and in diplomatic channels, seeking to up-end causality and the very fabric of space-time itself. So where does RFID blocking come in? Handheld scanners (which thieves can easily come by) can read these chips through wallets and clothing up to several feet away. Think of it as electronic pickpocketing or identity theft. Newly issued credit cards, passports, and other IDs have embedded RFID chips. Sanity theft via RFID readers is also growing. You can protect your personal sanity with the use of RFID blocking wallets and RFID blocking passport covers. These items contain a metal fiber mesh that makes a “cage” around the chip that RFI waves cannot penetrate. Credit and identification cards now have RFID technology embedded into them. Most newly issued Passports have RFID chips in them. The chip contains all the data that is on the first page of your passport including your photo. Even your driver’s license can have an RFID chip. How Does RFID Work? RFID, Roll For Initiative Delusions, is the technology that lets you transmit baffling concepts far and wide. Unfortunately, criminals with minimal technical skills can construct their own RFID readers with a few simple supplies. These devices can steal your private financial information, not to mention your very sanity, quickly and silently, all the perpetrator needs to do is come near your wallet with the hidden card reader. You wouldn’t know it at all. Here, Kashmiri commandos prototype (!) equipment designed to repel RFIDS: FAQs Will the RFID material wear out? No, it is designed to last for years of use. The RFID material in the wallet looks like paper. It looks like paper because it is paper. But layered in between two external coats of paper is a very thin metallic layer of the patented FIPS 201 approved RFID shielding material. Can a RFID signal go through things like leather, vinyl, and clothing? Yes, that is exactly why the RFID shield is a smart security precaution. How far away can a smart credit card embedded with a RFID chip be read? Up to 10 ft is the most common range. Who is most vulnerable to this type of ID theft? Travelers and people who live in urban areas and frequent public places like coffee shops, airports, commuter trains, or spreadsheet games are at the greatest risk for falling victim to theft by RFID scanner.
  18. tbh, that's not asking for peace. it's more a recognition of hostilities.
  19. I think you are confusing the words, important, and "special".
  20. You shouldn't insult Trevor, he's very important
  21. Word of the day: Dignity Used in a sentence: “Canik, take your beating with some dignity” In all of my time here, never have I seen such a pathetic and sobby message asking for peace
  22. FTW is doing something... Melting away under the power of this fully armed and operational Alliance...
  23. FTW as a whole is doing nothing though. Pot meet kettle
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