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Texas, founded in 2002, is a large friendly region where freedom is considered one of its greatest resources. Texas is a proud region and home to many diverse nations. We are always welcoming new nations. Texas also has a Government, Constitution, Elections and many inter-regional Sporting Events. Come on down!


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Embassies: Wysteria, The Heartland, 10000 Islands, Canada, Antarctic Oasis, North Pacific, The Black Market, Kittens Sanctuary, Global Right Alliance, Spiritus, Renegade Islands Alliance, Nasicournia, The Exodus, Gay, Forest, Philosophy 115, and 10 others.the Rejected Realms, Valhalla, belgium, International Democratic Union, New Warsaw Pact, Liberty Alliance, India, Sonindia, New Western Empire, and Philippines.

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Regional Power: Very High

Texas contains 191 nations, the 113th most in the world.

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The Lowest Crime Rates in Texas

World Census agents attempted to lure citizens into committing various crimes in order to test the reluctance of citizens to break the law.

As a region, Texas is ranked 6,713th in the world for Lowest Crime Rates.

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1.The Concordium of Independent PlanetsDemocratic Socialists“Freedom above all”
2.The Serene Compassionate Utopia of SafjCivil Rights Lovefest“Live Life How You Choose; Live It Well.”
3.The Galactic Empire of Gig em AggiesIron Fist Consumerists“Hullabaloo Caneck Caneck”
4.The Southeast Texan Republic of United States of WoodwardLiberal Democratic Socialists“God. People. Freedom.”
5.The Barnes-Free Conglomerate of Ewing Oil CoCorporate Police State“In J.R. We Trust”
6.The United Kingdoms of Grays HarborInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Caballien Misain Ye”
7.The Ethereal Spaceship of LtlaliensFather Knows Best State“We Will Crush All Who Stand Against Us”
8.The Holy Pink Morons of PatrickStarIron Fist Consumerists“All Hail The Magic Conch”
9.The OoOoh NoOooOoo of Indian EmpireNew York Times Democracy“So... much... driveway... shoveling...”
10.The Miraculous Miracle of MiracliaCorporate Police State“We bribed the wrong WA officials... Again!”
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The United Kingdom of Palcania

Should I make Alaska or Hawaii?

The Randomness of Trecdom2

I mean we are AFSOC but fast roping from a C-130 is iffy. You're probably better off asking Texizona. Maybe his unit has some choppers



The Oppressed Peoples of Issues Test Bed

I'm not sure what makes me more angry. The fact some a******s fired on the National Guard, or the fact service members, ordered into the area to try to keep the peace are not allowed to return fire.

Had I been in charge of the ROE, these service members would have had the option, and been encouraged to hose that vehicle down.

The idea these people have to hunker down in their Humvee and take fire without so much as yelling back at the shooters, let alone retuning fire is pure bull$#!+. If they are not allowed to defend themselves, they should not be there.
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The Republic of Nacojasi Macuhjasee

Hi guys, I am new to this game.

The South Side of Heaven of Steppe

Issues Test Bed wrote:I'm not sure what makes me more angry. The fact some a******s fired on the National Guard, or the fact service members, ordered into the area to try to keep the peace are not allowed to return fire.

I had my first vaccination shot today at a FEMA site that was run by the National Guard. I've never before experienced an operation that was run so smoothly and efficiently. I came away quite impressed by it all, and especially all of the Guard members I interacted with. Sorry to hear about someone attempting to do them harm.

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The Peregrine Cup of Venmere

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The Oppressed Peoples of Issues Test Bed

Nacojasi Macuhjasee wrote:Hi guys, I am new to this game.

Hi there. What are you doing hanging out over there with "The Bruce."

If you want to get in real good with "The Bruce," tell him you think The Dixie Chicks suck.

The Oppressed Peoples of Issues Test Bed

Ok boys and girls, we have a verdict.

If you are in or near a large metro area, now would be a really good time for you and yours to go home, hunker down, and see how things shake out in your part of the world.

The Galactic Empire of Gig em Aggies

Issues Test Bed wrote:Ok boys and girls, we have a verdict.

If you are in or near a large metro area, now would be a really good time for you and yours to go home, hunker down, and see how things shake out in your part of the world.

So will the sentence range be about 30-40 years or will it be less?

The Big Tex Happy Taco Stands of NewTexas

WooHootie! Texas Holiday! Happy San Jacinto Day Texas! For those who may be unaware, San Jacinto Day is the celebration of the Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836. It was the final battle of the Texas Revolution where Texas won its independence from Mexico. Yay! Go Texas!

It is an official holiday in the State of Texas, but peeps can work anyway and bank the hours to vacation time. There is a big reenactment every year at the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Park in LaPorte. This year, we are not sure about the reenactment. Load up the cars (and boats) and start heading Houston way. More info here: https://www.sanjacinto-museum.org/

The battle was a Texcellent one by Texas standards. The Texas forces were led by General Sam Houston and the Mexican forces were led by General Antonio López de Santa Anna. The whole shebang lasted just eighteen minutes. About 700 of the Mexican soldiers were killed and 730 captured, while only nine Texans died. Way to go Texas!

So, enjoy yourself today Texas! Viva Texas!

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