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Everything posted by Enamel32

  1. Damn straight! Good to see I get an honorable mention. The hate resonates! It also rhymes
  2. I've actually put my grudges with TLR behind me. This just happened to be a low hanging fruit.
  3. Me: So TLR, I see you've finally hit rock bottom TLR: OH NO, We can sink wayy lower. How is this better than disbanding? :huh: Congrats I guess.
  4. Not reading the WoT, but the gold standard was removed for the same reason most people want to reinstate it. There's only a fixed amount of gold on the earth. You can't flood or starve the market of gold to avoid a financial crisis, and that adds a tremendous amount of flexibility for the economy. But because the government continually prints money to prop up the economy and pay debts, people want to go back to it. Personally I think we should stay away from the gold standard, and just regulate our expenditures more closely. EDIT: I'm an engineer. The weird thing about gold is that it's like a god material. If Gold was a more widely available metal, you would probably see it used on many more things. It's non-corrosive (it doesn't rust!) It's not very strong, but it is malleable and very thermally and electrically conductive. Not to mention it looks nice.
  5. The game is 7 or 8 years old. How many console or PC games do you play that are that old? My guess is not many. This is a silly browser game. It's kind of amazing it's lasted this long. Just let it die. At this point, any change you make risks making the game worse.
  6. Eh, The time to act was before NG was asked to oA. The sides were forming and NG chose sit right in the middle of all of it. That's how it looked to most.
  7. Lmao, you "were in government" , but didn't realize that wars are just "dogpiles without any meaning" until now? You've got to be !@#$ting me. Those big ole boogie monsters in XX/SF rings a familiar bell to me. Sorry bud, I had to stop reading at this point. You've still got a lot to learn about Cybernations. It's funny to see NG is collectively in the state of harsh realization I was in about two years ago, when Umbrella told us TOP asked them to hit FARK. I was pretty indifferent to all non-allies before that war, but now I literally do despise pretty much every alliance out there that's not directly allied to me. NG "hated" everyone before they got rolled, but now you'll have a real reason to hate alliances. I expect it's going to change how you do politics. The coalition asked NG to get away from MK/TOP last war and you refused. You became a linchpin of the war, and in doing so set up your own demise this war. I want to feel sympathy for you, but I can't. You've been your own undoing. Imo, there's bigger fish to fry in this world, but alliances aren't going to save you from yourself.
  8. Hmm, interesting. That's a wide spread. [ooc]that's so broken[/ooc]
  9. I think this is the first Dos Equis Joint declaration of war. Needs moar war flag.
  10. Yeah, I've been getting quite a few complaints in respect to DBDC. Alliances should band together and ruin them imo.
  11. No actually. I assume he's differentiating High gov and middle gov as the people in the OP. 2 high gov positions, 2 high gov members with "comrade" in the name. %of high gov members with "comrade" in their name: 100% 4 low gov positions, 0 low gov members with "comrade" in their name. % of high gov members with comrade in their name: 0% 6 total positions, 2 with comrade in their name. 33% of gov has comrade in their name. In conclusion, the chart is marked correctly. Anyway, I'd like to hail this announcement, but the 100% of high government with comrade in their name makes me want to vomit.
  12. As I said, we have been more than courteous to our enemies and our allies by not requesting defense from day one. Offer(s) were put on the table to avoid this situation, but they were rejected. Both parties failed to reach an agreement when a contingency plan was clearly in the works. As you know, an alliance has to look out for itself first and foremost....even if that means things have to get messy. If you don't look after yourself, nobody will. That's the unfortunate predicament we've been cautioning about up until this point. As I also said, if TIO/NATO think we can come to an agreement, let's make it happen. AFAIK, Sparta or our allies really don't have overwhelming desire to trade blows with TIO/NATO.
  13. You're right, we are getting beat up, which is why we threatened to call in our allies. It just so happens our coalition has more allies than yours does :P lol@grub
  14. I hear that. We're in pretty much the same boat. Sparta doesn't mind TIO or NATO. It's just an unfortunate circumstance of war.
  15. I'm not involved in the discussions, so I can't comment on counter offers (others should be able to though), but I'm not sure it matters at this point. This is the unfortunate part of war where the losing coalition doesn't have much bargaining power in regards to terms If NATO/TIO are serious about getting out of the war, I don't see why this isn't motivation to speed up discussions. Idc, knock yourself out. Like I said, if you were that close to a reasonable agreement, let's come to something and get it over with. We can cut the OWF drama.
  16. Listen, I'm sorry that you didn't like the offers put on the table, but you have to reason with the available options. I'm not sure how you can say these weren't "real" offers, when I think it's quite clear what was on the table, and what the consequences would be as a result. Even this guy isn't surprised: How long do you expect us to sit at the bargaining table? We've been more than courteous to both our allies and our enemies letting you beat on us for over a month! You were stalling because you thought you had some kind of advantage: I'm not sure who you're trying to fool.
  17. Daww, look at how cute those penguins are heh heh
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