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Fallen Fool

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    I'm a mother#$%*& lyrical wordsmith

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    Everywhere, and nowhere
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    Politics, history, and video games.

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    New Polar Order
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    Free Districts
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    New Polar Order
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  1. Probably a bit of both.I think the Unjust War would not have happened as it did without a Sponge-led Polar pushing GOONS. But I believe a war with GOONS was inevitable, if only because people in this game get really restless without the occasional major war and the Unjust Path were gaining enough statistical strength to seriously threaten the Orders leadership of the structure. I can understand the logic of NPO's position perfectly and I think they made a rational choice. But at the same time I do not think it was the MOST logical or rational choice available.The dogma about solidarity between the Orders was so strong that Moo's cancellation would haunt the NPO for years, even after Sponge's disastrous handling of the days leading up to the cancellation. I do not think that blowback was unforeseeable; in fact I think that was the only logical outcome. Of course this is all just me Monday morning quarterbacking. Things might have turned out far worse for NPO if the Ordinance had held true.
  2. I am bored and, rather than write a RL essay, I decided to finally make use of my blog. So I found an old post I wrote awhile back that I thought was rather insightful, edited it a bit and used superscript annotations to expand certain sections. A link to the original can be found at the bottom of the post. Hope you all enjoy. http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=103534&st=40&p=2756262entry2756262
  3. If I dare say so, a great personal victory for myself.
  4. Hey dude nothing much. Y tu?

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