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The Much love from Polar of Polar Svalbard

That feeling when applying for an internship and they're like, three professional references. Bro I don't even know if I have three unprofessional references.

The People's Republic of Thuzbekistan

Polar Svalbard wrote:That feeling when applying for an internship and they're like, three professional references. Bro I don't even know if I have three unprofessional references.

Professors would be considered such. Old jobs as well.

The Unified Electorates of Ainslie

Polar Svalbard wrote:

> Wants to apply for a position to gain industry experience
> needs industry contacts that come from experience



The Dominion of Nhoor

Union of Kalmar Republics wrote:Random question

In your irl nation what is your equivalent to states or Provences?

I'm originallly from the Netherlands, which has twelve provinces that are divided in municipalities. There are regular elections for the parliaments of the provinces ('Provincial Estates') and the members of these parliaments elect the members of the First Chamber of Parliament (Senate) shortly after they take office. (The Second Chamber of Parliament (House of Representatives) is elected directly by the people)

Currently I'm living in Luxembourg (the Grand Duchy, not the Belgian province mentioned by Meylandt below :) ), which despite its small size is subdivided in twelve cantons, which are divided in municipalities. There used to be another level between the national level and the cantons in the form of three districts, which were however abolished in 2015 (their borders are however still shown on Google Maps). The districts and cantons were/are mainly geographical divisions and didn't/don't have governmental structures. There are elections for the (unicameral) national parliament, but these make use of four electoral districts (yet another subdivision) which each represent a certain amount of seats in parliament.

The Grand Duchy of Meylandt

Union of Kalmar Republics wrote:Random question

In your irl nation what is your equivalent to states or Provences?

In Belgium, under the federal level we have regions (gewesten in Dutch, don't know their name in French) communities (gemeenschappen) and provinces (provincies).

The regions are Flanders, Wallonia and the Capital Region of Brussels (which is clearly a really catchy name). Those are defined by the province borders, Flanders containing West- and East-Flanders, Antwerp, Limburg and Felmish Brabant, while Wallonia has Hainaut, Liège, Namur, Luxembourg and Walloon Brabant. Brussels is it's own thing, although entirely contained withing Flemish Brabant.

Communities are language based. There is a Flemish, French and German speaking community.

The federal level isn't really superior to the regions or communities. They are equal and all responsible for their own thing, which creates a clusterfrick of six governments (Flemish region and community are the same).



The Unified Electorates of Ainslie

Quick promo for a dispatch that could potentially spark collaboration:

Start developing a billionaire who is eccentric but pushing interesting things in Polar Svalbard (Based off of Elon Musk?)

Spit ball some new companies

How's things going in Wake Sud?

Things gotta do.
Continue writing Arildrion Industries dispatch
Rework PSSA factbook
Write newspost about new space station with above billionaire and talking about how pharmaceutical companies helped the government pay for their section of the space station.

Time to create second wave language

Read dispatch

(#1 is similar to my Mussen Tech, Muse, Lucas Mussen situation, Polar. However, the idea I had for all this lacks nuance which I'm sure you could bring in the context of your clandestine business world)

The Federated Holy States of Domanania

I found a website dedicated to starwars RP with an in depth system of creating tech/ships/characters/factions ect. and it's intimidating to get into, but like the perfect drug for me. For similar reasons why im in love with NS (but in comparison NS is easy mode)

The Federation of Hangates of Athara Magarat

Ainslie wrote:Quick promo for a dispatch that could potentially spark collaboration:
Start developing a billionaire who is eccentric but pushing interesting things in Polar Svalbard (Based off of Elon Musk?)

Spit ball some new companies

How's things going in Wake Sud?

Things gotta do.
Continue writing Arildrion Industries dispatch
Rework PSSA factbook
Write newspost about new space station with above billionaire and talking about how pharmaceutical companies helped the government pay for their section of the space station.

Time to create second wave language

Read dispatch

(#1 is similar to my Mussen Tech, Muse, Lucas Mussen situation, Polar. However, the idea I had for all this lacks nuance which I'm sure you could bring in the context of your clandestine business world)

As always, I am still looking for big internationals who wish to have Magarati companies as their subsidiaries and smaller businesses who could become subsidiaries of bigger Magarati companies.

Athara Magarat is a sovereign state in Central Argus. After the end of the 30th Parallel War, the Magarati nation rapidly developed into an advanced economy while building an extensive welfare state, resulting in widespread prosperity and one of the highest per capita incomes in the Isles. Apart from Negarakita, Miklania, Michigonia, Norstham and Ostehaar; the Athara Magarati Federation of Hangates is the only other nation-state in the Isles to have a per capita income exceeding $30,000. Athara Magarat is a top performer in numerous metrics of national performance, including education, economic competitiveness, civil liberties, quality of life, and human development.

Listed below are the companies headquartered in or originating from Athara Magarat in alphabetical order.

001: Nagesia-Dhari Limited

Nagesia-Dhari Limited



Nagesia-Dhari's decorative surfaces

Type

Public

Industry

Fiber-based materials and solutions including non-wovens

Founded

2017 through a merger of Nagesia Corporation and Dhari Limited

Headquarters

Dhulabari, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Isles-wide

Key People

Sachin Prasad
(Chairman)
Hira Bahadur Nagesia
(President and CEO)

Products

Fiber-based materials for everyday applications such as filters, medical fabrics, life science and diagnostics, wall-coverings and food packaging

Revenue

$2.5 billion (2018)

Number of Employees

6,200 (2018)

Website

www.nagesiadhari.com

Nagesia-Dhari Limited is a Isles-wide company that provides fiber-based products and solutions such as decor paper, filters, release liners, abrasive backings, non-woven fabrics, electro-technical paper, glass fiber materials, food packaging and labeling, tape, medical fiber materials and solutions for medical diagnostics. More than 90 percent of Nagesia-Dhari's products are made from renewable fibers.

Nagesia-Dhari Limited is a result of a merger between Nagesia Corporation and Dhari Limited. The merger took place in the spring of 2017.

Nagesia-Dhari Limited operates in Mesder, Argus and Gael as well as in Southern Sea region. Most production sites are located in various nations of Mesder, Argus and Gael. The head office is currently in Dhulabari, Athara Magarat, but the company has announced moving all head office activities to Myagdi Island in the future.

Nagesia-Dhari Limited's customers represent several industries, including automotive, furniture, construction, healthcare and life science, food and beverage and energy sectors.

The company has approximately 6,200 employees Isles-wide and 41 production or converting facilities in 14 countries. It also has a global network of sales offices. In 2017, the company's net sales were 2.5 billion.

The company is led by Hira Bahadur Nagesia, President and CEO. Its customers include Felix Automotives, SangYeng and Talbot of Alteran Republics and ??

History


The creation of the Dhari paper mill in 1862 was due to a chance meeting of two eminent gentlemen: Lasith Dhari, an inventor and industrialist from Dhulabari (then in Santhal Hangate; now part of Koch Hangate) and Lepmuhang Hangun, a prominent financer, publisher and politician. Dhari became one of the most innovative paper producers in the Isles, delivering first-class products to an Isles-wide customer base.

Nagesia has its roots in Antim Nagesia, was one of the most prominent 19th century businessmen in the then Santhal Hangate of the Khas-Kirat Empire. The company was founded in 1851 and timber trading, shipping and sawmill operations started to grow. Later the company focused on pulp, paper and timber production and machinery, later expanding to glassworks.

By the beginning of the 1930s, Nagesia had grown into the newly-established Empire of Magarat's largest industrial conglomerate.

The outbreak of the Imperial War led the company to convert much of its production to support the Empire of Magarat's war effort.

During the 1980s, Nagesia left the newsprint and magazine paper market and focused its operations on specialty papers. One of the most profound decisions in Magarati industrial history was made in 1987, when Nagesia unexpectedly sold its paper-producing units. Leaving newsprint production increased the relative value of Nagesia's specialty paper and engineering units.

In the 1990s, Nagesia expanded its focus to include non-woven products. In 1996, Nagesia Corporation established the Nagesia Paper Group to encompass the company's fiber-based materials operations.

In 2016, Nagesia Corporation and Dhari Limited announced a plan merge the two companies.

The completion of the merger of Nagesia Corporation with Dhari Limited was registered with the Athara Magarati Trade Register on 1 April, 2017. Following the completion of the merger, the name of the combined company has changed to Nagesia-Dhari Limited.

Today, Nagesia-Dhari Limited is among the largest Magarati companies. The Nagesia family are still significant shareholders in the Nagesia-Dhari Limited.

Products


Product

Image

Description

Acoustic Ceilings

Used as fleece backings for the tiles on plasterboard, wood and metal acoustic ceilings, Nagesia-Dhari's non-woven materials are available in a variety of hole sizes and open areas.

Decorative Surfaces

In homes, offices and retail outlets; Nagesia-Dhari's non-woven materials are setting the benchmark in quality, consistency and reliability.

Flooring

Nagesia has been one of the leading glass fiber carrier suppliers in the Isles to vinyl floor producers since the 1980s.

Dhari Sulflex

Genuine vegetable parchment paper is specially adapted for bonding in Continuous Pressure Laminates (CPL) and High Pressure Laminates (HPL) processes. These laminates are used in the furniture industry and building industry.

Dhari Flow-Safe

Dhari Flow-Safe provides high filtration efficiency to improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), which is especially important in public buildings such as hospitals and schools, and crucial to protect people and help alleviate Sick Building Syndrome (SBS).

Dhari Molecular Filtration

Nagesia-Dhari supplies a full product range of molecular adsorption filter media for indoor air and clean-room applications.

Dhari High Efficiency Air Filtration

Nagesia-Dhari's portfolio of high efficiency air filter media offers complete solutions for indoor air and cleanroom applications that require advanced particle filtration.

Dhari Pleat-Safe

Dhari Pleat-Safe is a new portfolio of products targeted for residential, commercial and healthcare HVAC applications.

Dhari Classic MasterTape

Dhari Classic MasterTape uses standard creped paper and has customizable parameters while offering good handling and conformability.

Dhari Flatback MasterTape

A flat and smooth paper, great for heavy duty masking, sandblasting and art & craft jobs.

Dhari Flex MasterTape

Highly creped, Dhari Flex MasterTape has a recognizable creping pattern for curves and contours to meet the toughest demands for resistance and pliancy.

Dhari Smartline MasterTape

Extremely smooth and thin tape for sharp details on delicate or curved surfaces.

Plasterboard

Whatever the conditions, Nagesia-Dhari's innovative materials for plasterboard will help to do a better job.

Poster Papers

Nagesia-Dhari offers the widest range of high quality coated poster papers for printing of outdoor billboard posters, backlight and indoor posters. Nagesia-Dhari's top-quality poster papers have been maintaining the full impact of advertisers's messages, looking good for weeks without curling, fading or distortion.

Sajilo Digital Print

Sajilo materials for digital printing do justice to a designer's imagination and a consumer's aspirations. They have opened up endless possibilities for creative exploration.

Sajilo Facings

Nagesia-Dhari's Sajilo range of Facings does justice to a designer's imagination and a consumer's aspirations. With their unique textures and suitability for high-quality printing, they have opened up endless possibilities for creative exploration.

Sajilo Backings

Wallcover backings produced with Sajilo are easy to install and remove. They are exceptionally stable as they don't shrink or expand when paste is applied; so seams do not separate.

Sajilo Wall Liners

Wall liners produced with Sajilo are easy to install and remove. They are specially engineered to be painted over and used for covering different kinds of cracks and bumps in walls or ceilings.

Wallcover Base Papers

Nagesia-Dhari offers to wallpaper producers inspiring materials for creative wall decoration. Made from cellulose, a renewable resource, our paper substrates can be used in a variety and in combinations of printing, coating and laminating processes. They range from outstanding duplex grades, top sheets and backing sheets, PVC base to crepe backing papers.

Sajilo Spray

PVC free, HP qualified, digital printable materials which eliminate the need for conventional wallcover paste. Simply spray the wall with water, then apply directly. Quick, easy and clean.

Air Monitor

Nagesia-Dhari offers a filter media portfolio for air quality monitoring.

Gas Turbine Air Intake Media

Nagesia-Dhari offers a complete media portfolio for gas turbine air intake applications.

Nagesia Disruptor

Nagesia Disruptor is a commercially available product line of electroadsorptive filter media that improves water quality through a natural positive charge that is effective in both fresh and brackish water at removing sub-micron contaminants.

Nagesia Hollytex

Nagesia Hollytex is a calendered non-woven membrane substrate which features high tensile and tear strength, dimensional stability and controlled permeability.

Nagesia AceBlade

Nagesia AceBlade is a cost effective solution for Vacuum Infusion Process with exceptional mechanical performance.

Wind Energy

Nagesia-Dhari is one of the leading suppliers to the wind energy market in the Isles; delivering glass fiber products for use within both onshore and offshore turbine blades.

Coffee Pods

Nagesia-Dhari offers the ideal filter web for every coffee application. Designed to suit the changing needs of customers, Nagesia-Dhari's products set the standard for coffee pods.

Coffee Pouches

Coffee pouches are the best way to prepare a hot cup of coffee through infusion. Nagesia-Dhari deeply studied the infusion process in order to develop a compostable filter range capable to deliver the best aroma in the cup.

Coffee Capsules

Simplicity of use, high quality of results in cup, constant performances are only few of the multiples advantages that let people chose capsule systems. Thanks to its high brewing performances filters, Naesia-Dhari is capable to satisfy the growing demand for filters dedicated to single serve systems.

Nagesia Modern Teabags

Made from lightweight, two-phase heatsealable tissues comprised of a special blend of thermoplastic fibers, abaca and selected cellulosic fibers, Nagesia heatseal portfolio combines high wet strength, and neutral odor and taste characteristics.

Nagesia Classic Teabags

Nagesia-Dhari offers the ideal filter web for every infusion application. Designed to suit the changing needs of our customers, Nagesia-Dhari's products set the standard for teabags.

Nagesia Furious Teabags

Nagesia-Dhari's specialists have developed Furious variants for each of its tea offerings. Faster, more reliable and stronger to supercharge the customer's conversion process.

Nagesia BioWeb Teabags

Nagesia BioWeb is the industry's first spun bond web produced from a renewable biopolymer, poly lactic acid (PLA). BioWeb is renewable, compostable, and biodegradable and will revolutionize the way that tea is marketed.

Nagesia NatureMold

Nagesia-Dhari's new green molding material that helps customers to brand themselves in good light.

Nagesia Baking

Nagesia-Dhari's genuine vegetable parchment pan liners for professional or in home baking.

Nagesia Wrapping Sulpack

Nagesia-Dhari's perfected food wrapping paper that does everything customers want it to.

Fibrous Meat Casing

Nagesia-Dhari is an Isles-wide leading supplier of fibrous meat casing reinforcement to the meat casing industry.

Nagesia Bakery Sulpack

Nagesia-Dhari's genuine vegetable parchment for food packaging papers; where presentation meets convenience.

Hot Cooking Oil

Nagesia-Dhari is a leader in design and innovation for the fast food industry in the Isles.

Milk Filtration

Nagesia-Dhari is an Isles-wide leader in the milk filtration market.

Food and Industrial Liquids Processing

Nagesia-Dhari offers a range of high quality filtration media for separating particles from fluid in manufacturing processes.

Nagesia Textone

Nagesia Textone is tailor made for textile tubes, tape and film cores.

Apparel

Nagesia-Dhari offers a diverse range of wet-laid non-wovens specifically designed for the apparel market. Nagesia-Dhari's applications include apparel, interlinings (waistbands and belt loops), embroidery backings (tearaway, cutaway, wash away), leather lamination substrate and textile carrier.

Nagesia ChemFlow

Nagesia Flow is a conjugate release pad pre-treated with a standard chemistry, applied by an automated continuous process.

Nagesia BloodTest

Nagesia-Dhari's solid phase plasma separation media is the standard for whole blood diagnosis.

Nagesia IVD Filtration

Nagesia-Dhari offers a wide range of high quality absorbent filtration media for the manufacture of IVD devices.

Nagesia Disc

Nagesia-Dhari supplies a wide range of plain white non-sterile micro-filtration membranes used to remove particles and microorganisms from various organic solvents and aqueous solutions.

Depilation

Nagesia-Dhari's depilatory strip substrates provide excellent wax cohesion on the strip, making sure no residue is permeated on the skin. Nagesia-Dhari's converting capabilities enable us to answer customer's specific needs.

Nagesia ORwear

In the high pressure setting of the OR, discomfort is the last distraction that surgeons and nurses need. Which is why Nagesia-Dhari now offers a dynamic cooling fabric for single-use scrubs.

Nagesia DynaCool

Nagesia-Dhari's new dynamic cooling fabric is the first of its kind. Nagesia-Dhari has treated its soft SMS fabric with a hydrofunctional polymer that works as an extension of the wearer's body. The fabric is designed for conversion into single-use surgical scrubs.

Nagesia SteriWraps

Nagesia-Dhari's single-use sterile barrier systems for wrap, overwrap and tray liners.

Nagesia Sterile Barrier Systems

Nagesia Sterile Barrier Systems (SBS) for sequential wrapping are designed to protect a wide variety of medical devices for optimum patient safety.

Nagesia SteriPouches

Nagesia-Dhari's effective bacterial-barrier paper for packaging sterilized medical devices is sealable, peelable and printable.

Nagesia Shield

Nagesia-Dhari offers an extensive range of surgical drapes that offer protection and performance.

Nagesia Guard

Nagesia Guard for surgical gowns is the perfect combination of safety and comfort. Using Nagesia-Dhari's new Soft SMS, these single-use surgical gowns are like none other.

Nagesia BVB

Nagesia-Dhari's Breathable Viral Barrier (BVB) fabric for impervious surgical gowns.

Wound Care

Nagesia-Dhari offers a complete line of non-wovens specifically engineered to be used as a base material for several wound care products, such as undercast paddings, wound dressings, surgical tape and dressing pads.

Nagesia X-Air

Nagesia X-Air is a new portfolio of Automotive and Heavy Duty Air Filter media achieving exceptional performances in soot filtration.

Air Filtration

The Automotive and Heavy Duty air product portfolio covers the full range of filtration performance requirements in term of Dust Holding Capacity (DHC) and efficiency levels.

Nagesia Captimax

Nagesia Captimax is a new, novel synthetic solution for fuel applications. It offers better results in smaller size.

Flex Fuel

High capacity media for Flex Fuel. Specially designed to meet the required performance, which is more challenging than gasoline filtration.

Automotive Interiors and Reinforcements

Nagesia-Dhari has a complete line of non-woven backings, reinforcements and composite materials to meet a wide range of cost and performance criteria for automotive interior materials.

Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites

Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites (RTC) is ideal for interior panels as well as semi-structural parts. Typical application areas are in transportation, marine and building sectors.

Nagesia Trinitex Oil Filtration

Nagesia Trinitex Oil Filtration is a Nagesia-Dhari proprietary technology allowing the simultaneous formation of three wet-laid layers in one operation. The composition of the inner and outer layer can be different, using natural or synthetic fibers.

Nagesia SafeCabin

Nagesia SafeCabin technology permits the formation of 3-layer online media with unique characteristics such as high permeability, high efficiency and optimal processability for combined particulate, gas and odor removal.

Hydraulic Filtration

Nagesia-Dhari's portfolio of hydraulic filter media offers complete solutions for all hydraulic applications.

Air Oil Separation Media

Nagesia-Dhari's portfolio of air filtration media include complete solutions for gas-liquid applications that require the separation or oil and/or water from compressed air and natural gas.

002: Samudera Bank

Samudera Bank



Samudera Bank's credit card

Type

Public

Industry

Financial Services

Founded

1825

Headquarters

Myagdi Island, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Athara Magarat

Key People

Bikram Kumal
(Managing Director)

Products

Banking

Revenue

$79 million (2018)

Number of Employees

930 (2018)

Website

www.sambank.com

Samudera Bank is an Athara Magarati bank owned by Athara Magarati savings bank foundations, institutions, savings banks and private individuals. Its range covers the Myagdi Island area and certain cities of mainland Magarat region. It has about 380,000 customers and 45 branches around Athara Magarat.

The word Samudera means "ocean" in various Khas-Kirati languages. Samudera Bank used to serve as the central financial institute for savings and local co-operative banks. Due to its name, it is often confused with the Central Bank of Samudera.

Samudera Bank has ultimately emerged from the oldest deposit bank in Athara Magarat. It was founded in 1825.

003: Bihani Media Corporation

Bihani Media Corporation



A Bihani employee at work

Type

Public

Industry

Publishing

Headquarters

Sakhi, Athara Magarat

Key People

Terumi Kusunda
(CEO)

Revenue

$372 million (2018)

Website

www.bihanimedia.com

Bihani Media Corporation is a media company focusing on digital services and publishing. In addition to news services, the company's products provide information related to lifestyle, career and business development. The services of Bihani Media have expanded from Athara Magarat to ??? nations. Its best known products are Bihani Khabar, Beluki Khabar, Byapar Khabar and Business Jindagi. Bihani Media employs approximately 2,400 people (excluding delivery personnel), one quarter of whom work outside Athara Magarat in nine different Isles countries.

Bihani's revenue in 2018 totalled approximately $372 million.

Business operations


Bihani Media Corporation's reporting structure was changed at the beginning of 2016. The names of the Corporation's business segments were also changed. Bihani Media Corporation has four business units: Bihani Markets, Bihani News & Life, Bihani Regions and Bihani Talent.

Bihani Markets segment includes several online services. The services are related to sectors such as housing, recruitment and cars as well as travelling.

Bihani News & Life segment print news and lifestyle content. Online services are also included in Bihani News & Life.

Bihani Regions segment includes the print and online publishing business of several local and town papers.

Bihani Talent publishes 19 trade and financial magazines and newspapers, as well as a variety of books. The business unit will also offer skills development and growth services to professionals and businesses in different fields, from events and training to information services.

004: Power Beer

Power Beer




Macho, Cutter and Magarati Vodka

Type

State-owned

Industry

Alcoholic beverage production, import & marketing

Founded

1999

Headquarters

Myagdi Island, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Isles-wide

Key People

Tamunani Pachyu
(CEO)

Owner

Government of Athara Magarat

Number of Employees

880

Website

www.powerbeer.com

Power Beer is an Athara Magarati state-owned corporation based in Myagdi Island, which produces, imports, exports and markets alcoholic beverages. It operates in Athara Magarat and ??? nations. Power Beer has production plants in Ghan Pokhara and Ghale Gaun in Athara Magarat and in ???. Power Beer's strategy is based on two complementary cornerstones – building own brands and providing a leading Isles service platform for partners to develop their business.

The two most famous own products of Power Beer are Macho and Cutter. Power Beer also produces Magarati Vodka.

005: Athawa Sports

Athawa Sports



Athawa Sports poster

Type

Public

Industry

Sports equipment

Founded

1940

Headquarters

Ghan Pokhara, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Isles-wide

Key People

Vhanja Athawa
(Chairman)
Tarisa Hyungi
(President and CEO)

Products

Sports equipment, apparel, footwear

Revenue

$3.028 billion (2018)

Operating Income

$236 million (2018)

Net Income

$146 million (2018)

Total Assets

$3.137 billion (2018)

Total Equity

$1.158 billion (2018)

Number of Employees

8,600 (2018)

Website

www.athawasports.com

Athawa Sports (formerly Athawa-Yoja Limited) is an Athara Magarati headquartered sporting goods company.

Established in 1950 as an industrial conglomerate with interests as diverse as tobacco trading, ship owning and publishing, Athawa has gradually evolved into a multinational firm devoted to the production and marketing of sporting goods. Today, the company employs just over 8,600 people.

History


Industrial past

The company began life as a tobacco manufacturer and distributor, Athawa-Tagun, in 1940 and acquired the right to produce and sell cigarettes in the then Empire of Magarat in 1941. In 1978, the company's name was changed to Athawa-Yoja Limited. In the 1980, the company expand into the textiles and plastics markets.

Focus on sport

In 1986, Athawa established a sports division after purchasing the then Magarati A-Division champions Ghan Pokhara. Despite this, the company was involved in the sports equipment market as early as 1947, when it started producing hockey gears. Starting in 1986, Athawa became a renowned producer of golf clubs, racquets and other sporting equipment, marking a major change in strategy for the company. From 1994, Athawa has been involved in ski manufacturing as well. In 1999, Athawa started manufacturing baseball and cricket bats. During this time, many of the business areas no longer deemed to be core were divested, although the company retained its tobacco business until 2004. In 2005, the company officially changed its name to Athawa Sports.

Operations


Athawa divides its operations into three business units: winter and outdoor sports, ball sports and fitness. The winter and outdoor business segment is the largest, contributing 60% of Athawa Sports' net sales in 2018.

The company's headquarters are located in Ghan Pokhara, Athara Magarat, with manufacturing and sales locations around the Isles.

006: Bank of Shakti Khor

Bank of Shakti Khor



Bank of Shakti Khor poster

Type

Public

Industry

Financial Services

Founded

1919

Headquarters

Shakti Khor, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Athara Magarat and Mesderina

Key People

Wilson Praja
(President and CEO)
Landon Chepang
(Chairman)

Products

Banking

Revenue

$86 million (2018)

Net Income

$23 million (2018)

Number of Employees

700 (2018)

Website

www.shaktikhorbank.com

Bank of Shakti Khor is an Athara Magarati commercial bank and banking group with over 700 employees and operations in Athara Magarat and Mesderina. The bank was founded in 1919 and was listed on the stock exchange in 1942. Its president and CEO is Wilson Praja.

History


Bank of Shakti Khor was founded in 1919 and has been listed on the stock exchange since 1942. In the 1990s, Bank of Shakti Khor expanded its operations to the Magarati mainland and in March 2009, the bank established itself in Mesderina.

Activity


Bank of Shakti Khor has 30 branch offices across Athara Magarat and Mesderina and the number of retail and private banking customers is about 90,000. In Athara Magarat, Bank of Shakti Khor is a full service bank focused on private banking and premium banking. The Mesderina branch has private banking and asset management as its main business areas.

Bank of Shakti Khor has 19 branch offices in various cities of the 12 hangates of Athara Magarat.

007: CASware

CASware



CASware poster

Type

Public

Founded

1985

Headquarters

Mangle Khani, Athara Magarat

Key People

Toran Chhantyal
(CEO)

Revenue

$171.8 million (2018)

Operating Income

$16 million (2018)

Number of Employees

1,500 (2018)

Website

www.casware.com

CASware Corporation, also Chhantyal Accounting Systems, is an Athara Magarati software company selling enterprise software for financial processes, purchase to pay and financial management. CASware's products are packaged composite applications (PCA) that are intended to interact with and complement the functionalities of existing systems, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, used across the organization to support daily processes. The company's software can also be implemented as a software as a service (SaaS) delivery. These technologies are known as Cloud-Invoicing and guarantee a barrier-free exchange of structured documents. CASware claims that Cloud Invoicing will reform the whole way of business-to-business interoperability.

The company has operations in most of the Isles nations.

008: Jirium

Jirium


Jirium Tough Mobile

Type

Public

Industry

Information Technology

Founded

1985

Headquarters

Jiri, Athara Magarat

Key People

Hannah Jirel
(CEO)

Revenue

$74.2 million (2018)

Number of Employees

600 (2018)

Website

www.jirium.com

Jirium Corporation is an Athara Magarati company headquartered in Jiri.

Jirium is an engineering company in Wireless businesses. Jirium specializes in the development of secure communications and connectivity solutions.

The company's customer segments include the telecommunications, Internet of Things, and defense industries.

Jirium products and services


Product

Image

Description

Jirium Tactical Wireless IP Network

A high-data-rate IP network designed for modern tactical communications providing outstanding data performance across the battlefield.

Jirium Tough VoIP

A range of tactical IP-based communication products consisting of Voice over IP clients and network extension units.

Jirium Tough Mobile

Secure and strong LTE smartphone.

Jirium Specialized Device Platform

Custom made LTE smart phones and tablets.

009: Jhangad Cargo

Jhangad Cargo


Jhangad Cargo

Type

Public

Industry

Industrial machinery

Founded

2005

Headquarters

Sarada, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Isles-wide

Key People

Hemant Jhangad
(Chairman)

Products

hatch covers, lashing systems, cargo handling cranes, RoRo equipment, winches, offshore load handling systems, automation and integration solutions for terminals, ship-to-shore and yard cranes, straddle and shuttle carriers, reachstackers, empty container handlers, terminal tractors and forklift trucks, TOS, spreaders, bulk handling systems, loader cranes, forestry and recycling cranes, demountables, truck-mounted forklifts and tail lifts

Revenue

$3.711 billion (2018)

Operating Income

$213 million (2018)

Net Income

$121 million (2018)

Total Assets

$4.138 trillion (2018)

Total Equity

$1.605 trillion (2018)

Number of Employees

12,000 (2018)

Website

www.jhangadcargo.com

Jhangad Cargo is an Athara Magarati company that makes cargo-handling machinery for ships, ports, terminals and local distribution.

At the end of 2018, Jhangad Cargo had approximately 12,000 personnel working in almost every Isles country. The current Chairman of the Jhangad Cargo Board of Directors is Hemant Jhangad.

Business areas


Jhangad Cargo products and services are used in ports, terminals, distribution centers and in the heavy industry. Jhangad Cargo products include forklifts, terminal tractors, quay cranes, yard cranes, ASCs, shuttle and straddle carriers, reachstackers and equipment for empty container handling. Lately, Jhangad Cargo has invested in terminal automation and in energy-efficient container handling.

Jhangad Cargo products, service and spare parts are also used in on-road transport and delivery. The product portfolio includes loader cranes, demountable, forestry cranes, recycling cranes, truck-mounted forklifts, and tail lifts.

Finally, Jhnagad Cargo focuses on engineering solutions and services for handling marine cargos and offshore loads as well. These Jhangad Cargo products are used in maritime transportation, offshore and naval logistics markets, in ports and terminals as well as on board ships.

010: Karma Limited

Karma Limited


Karma Limited

Type

Public

Industry

Telecommunications

Founded

2000

Headquarters

Dhol-wa, Athara Magarat

Key People

Purgyal Pema
(Chairman)

Products

Retail and wholesale, fixed-line and mobile telecommunications services, internet services, terrestrial television (DVB-T2) network, free-to-air television services, (DVB-T2), Pay-per-view -television services (DVB-T/DVB-T2), and cable television (DVB-C) network, Free to air/Pay-per-view -television services (DVB-C)

Revenue

$964 million (2018)

Operating Income

$102 million (2018)

Net Income

$73 million (2018)

Total Assets

$1.414 billion (2018)

Total Equity

$669 million (2018)

Number of Employees

1,600 (2018)

Website

www.karmalim.com

Karma Limited is an Athara Magarati telecommunications company. It was founded in 2000 as Purgyal Limited.

Karma Limited offers cellular phone services, FTTx, ADSL, terrestrial television (DVB-T/DVB-T2), cable television (DVB-C) and regular (landline) telephone service.

In 2012, the then Purgyal Limited challenged state-owned Magarati National Broadcaster (MNB) in the Magarati terrestrial television network markets, and construction of its own competing digital-terrestrial television network with DVB-T2-technology.

In 2013, Purgyal Limited acquired the monopoly (in the Magarati market) pay-per-view television provider KarmaTV; changing the entire company's name to Karma Limited. KarmaTV offers pay-per-view television services on MNB's and Karna Limited's own digital terrestrial television networks, with DVB-T/MPEG-2 and DVB-T2/MPEG-4 technologies.

011: Khyulpa Line

Khyulpa Line



Khyulpa Line ferry Birke

Type

Public

Founded

1995

Headquarters

Temal, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Gatadpatigan Sea, Karnali Sea, Mechi Sea, Argean Sea, Torangese Sea, Eterna Sea

Key People

Tarisa Khyulpa
(President and CEO)

Services

passenger transportation, freight transportation

Website

www.khyulpaline.com

Khyulpa Line is an Athara Magarati shipping company. Khyulpa Line operates five ferries (Birke, Lho, Choden, Khyulpa and Hem).

History


In 1995, the Khyulpa family established Khyulpa Line to operate MS Birke (named to commemorate CEO Tarisa Khyulpa's deceased husband) on the fast-growing route between Temal (Athara Magarat) and the City (International District). In 1998, a second ship, MS Lho (named after the Lho family who helped the Khyulpas in starting their business) was added to the fleet. The same year, Khyulpa Line added the third ship, MS Choden (named after another family that helped the Khyulpas in starting their business), to its fleet. The Cholden also brought with it a slight change in livery as the typeface used in the ship's hull was changed from a heavy serif into a light, italicized sans-serif. In 2004, Khyulpa Line purchased the freight/passenger ferry MS Khyulpa as the fourth ship in their fleet. In 2012, Khyulpa Line named their latest addition to the fleet, MS Hem, after CEO Tarisa Khyulpa's recently deceased son.

Fleet


Name

Namesake

Entered Service

Tonnage

Route

Notes

Birke

Birke Khyulpa, the deceased husband of CEO Tarisa Khyulpa

1995

13,700 GT

Temal (Athara Magarat) - The City (International District)

Notes

Lho

The Lho family who helped the Khyulpas to start their business

1998

14,990 GT

Myagdi Island (Athara Magarat) - Keomora? - Dragao do Mar - Almorea - Polar Svalbard

Notes

Choden

The Choden family who helped the Khyulpas to start their business

1998

14,990 GT

Arun Valley (Athara Magarat) - Shenzhan? - Alteran Republics - Illa Isle (Vancouvia) - Xrevaro?

Notes

Khyulpa

The Khyulpa family themselves

2004

36,1000 GT

Temal (Athara Magarat) - Townside? - Venryndia (Aruia) - Samudera - Mandara (Ainslie) - Negarakita - Marăi (Roendavar)

Notes

Hem

Hem Khyulpa, the deceased son of CEO Tarisa Khyulpa

2012

36,100 GT

Arun Valley (Athara Magarat) - Roſendael (Meylandt) - Jamesport (Michigonia) - Arvan (Dormill and Stiura?) - Noronica? - San Jimenez? - Thuzbekistan? - Ostehaar - Verdon?

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012: Chan Company

Chan Company


Chan Company poster

Type

Public

Industry

Telecommunications

Founded

1882

Founder

Nabin Lalchan

Headquarters

Thak Khola, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Central Argus

Key People

Reshma Lalchan
(Chairman)
Bikram Tulachan
(CEO)
Krishna Jwarchan
(CFO)

Products

Retail and wholesale fixed-line and mobile telecommunications services, internet services

Revenue

$2.055 billion (2018)

Operating Income

$453 million (2018)

Net Income

$427 million (2018)

Total Assets

$2.845 billion (2018)

Total Equity

$1.090 billion (2018)

Number of Employees

4,800 (2018)

Website

www.chanchan.com

Chan Company is an Athara Magarati telecommunications company founded in 1882. It was called Lalchan Corporation until July 2000. The mobile operations of Chan Company were previously known as RadioLal.

Chan Company is a telecommunications, ICT and online service company operating mainly in Central Argus. Chan Company has over 6.2 million consumer, corporate and public administration organisation subscriptions.

Largest shareholders are Athara Magarati national institutions (the Magarati government, local government of Akar Hangate and city councils of Thak Khola and Akar City).

Chan Company provides environmentally sustainable services for communication and entertainment, and tools for improving operating methods and productivity of organisations. In Athara Magarat, Chan Company is the market leader in mobile and fixed network subscriptions and in number two in most other Central Argean nations. Cooperation with TBD and TBD companies enables globally competitive services. Chan Company has approximately 185,000 shareholders. In 2018, Chan Company's revenue was 2.05 billion and the company employed 4,800 people.

New digital services include Chan Entertainment, Chan E-Books, ChanTV, Chan Automate and Chan Smart Factory.

History


Chan Company was originally established on 31 January 1882 by the electrical engineer Nabin Lalchan as a telephone cooperative called the Lalchan Corporation. Lalchan began serving customers on 6 June 1882 by connecting 56 phone numbers; by 1884 the number of yearly calls surpassed one million.

Lalchan Corporation started expanding during the 1930s by merging with smaller cooperative telephone operators. The company reached its current geographical operating field in 1958. The original form of incorporation, a mutual association, was changed to a legal cooperative in 1995. The cooperative was finally demutualised in 2000.

Lalchan Corporation launched the first commercial GSM service under the RadioLal brand in 1991 and one of the first commercial UMTS900 networks in the Isles on 2007.

In 2018, Chan Company launched commercial 5G network in its headquarters Thak Khola and in the Magarati capital of New Libang.

013: Rismi Group

Rismi Group


Rismi's Pure Dark Chocolate

Type

Public

Industry

Foodservice

Founded

1891

Founder

Landon Rismi

Headquarters

Thimi, Athara Magarat

Website

www.rismigroup.com

Rismi Group is one of the largest corporations in the Athara Magarati food industry. The company was founded by Landon Rismi in 1891, as a "Noronican-Magarati confectionery" in central Thimi. Today, it employs over ten thousand people across Athara Magarat, and TBD countries. Its products are exported to over 40 countries.

Rismi Group's production is divided into four major areas:

  • Rismi Restaurant, a chain of work-place restaurants

  • Rismi Bakery, producing various kinds of bread

  • Rismi Candy, shop-in shop pick 'n' mix confectionery concept

  • Rismi Café, a chain of cafés. The main Fazer café is in Thimi.

Particularly Rismi Group's classic Rismi Blue milk chocolate is famous in Athara Magarat, and the blue color of its wrapper has been used by the company as a symbol for the whole product line.

Rismi Group has bought a few other companies, including the TBD and the TBD. The confectionery line was merged with its TBDnation competitor TBD in 2000, to become TBD-Rismi, though the merger lasted only until 2008 before the two brands were separated back to independent companies.

November 2016 saw the opening of a 5,000-square-meter (54,000 sq ft) Visitor Center at their confectionery factory at Thimi. The avant-gardist building, in the shape of two circles with a botanical garden at the center of one of them. The Visitor Center also includes a café, congress wing and shop.

014: AMGrid

AMGrid


AMGrid

Type

State-owned

Industry

Electricity transmission

Founded

1996

Headquarters

New Libang, Athara Magarat

Website

www.amgrid.com

AMGrid is an Athara Magarati national electricity transmission grid operator. It is owned by the Magarati government and various financial and insurance institutions. The CEO of the company is Narayan Armaja.

015: Magarati Airlines

Magarati Airlines


Magarati Airlines company logo

Type

Public

Founded

1923

Hubs

Thar International Airport

Alliance

Skyles AA

Fleet Size

80

Destinations

60

Company Slogan

Fly the Magarati Way

Headquarters

Thar City, Athara Magarat

Key People

Ishan Rautar
(CEO)

Revenue

$3.193 billion (2018)

Operating Income

$190 million (2018)

Net Income

$169 million (2018)

Total Assets

$3.316 billion (2018)

Total Equity

$1.150 billion (2018)

Employees

6,400

Website

www.amairlines.com

Magarati Airlines is the flag carrier and largest airline of Athara Magarat, with its headquarters in Thar City on the grounds of Thar International Airport, its hub. Magarati Airlines dominates both domestic and international air travel in the Athara Magarati Federation of Hangates. Its major shareholder is the Magarati government, which owns 60% of the shares with the Rautar family owning most of the remaining shares. Magarati Airlines is a member of the Skyles Airline Alliance. In 2018, it transported about 12 million passengers to over 60 destinations across the Isles. At the end of 2018, the airline employed 6,400 people.

With no fatal or hull-loss accidents since 1963, Magarati Airlines is consistently listed as one of the safest airlines in the Isles.

History


Corporate affairs


Destinations


Fleet


As of 2018, the Magarati Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft:

Aircraft

Image

In Service

Passengers

Notes

Alteran Aerospace 8-11 100

20

190

Notes

Alteran Aerospace 8-11 200

8

240

Notes

Alteran Aerospace 8-11 400

12

330

Notes

Alteran Aerospace / Fortitude Prospect 3-11 100

8

130

Notes

Atlas A-200

10

90

Notes

Oakoms Aerospace O.141A

10

120

Notes

Oakoms Aerospace O.141B

10

160

Notes

Services


016: Danuwar Line

Danuwar Line


Danuwar Line ropax ferry TBD

Type

Public

Industry

Shipping

Founded

1947

Headquarters

Simraungadh, Athara Magarat

Areas Served

Gatadpatigan Sea, Karnali Sea, Mechi Sea, Argean Sea, Torangese Sea, Eterna Sea

Key People

Gabriel Danuwar
(President and CEO)

Services

freight transport, short sea shipping

Revenue

$603.8 million (2018)

Operating Income

$105 million (2018)

Number of Employees

1,500

Website

www.danuwarline.com

Danuwar Line is an Athara Magarati shipping company

History


Fleet


Name

Namesake

Entered Service

Tonnage

Route

Notes

0??: Kyu Construction Engineering

Kyu Construction Engineering


Kyu Construction Engineering built the New Myagdi Bridge

Type

Public

Industry

Construction

Founded

1912

Headquarters

Ghan Pokhara, Athara Magarat

Key People

Kumari Kyu
(President and CEO)
Hari Prasad Kyu
(Chairman)

Products

construction of housing, business premises and infrastructure

Revenue

$4.3 billion (2018)

Net Income

$90.7 million (2018)

Number of Employees

10,000 (2018)

Website

www.kyucon.com

Kyu Construction Engineering is the largest Athara Magarati and significant Central Argean construction company. The company's headquarters is in Ghan Pokhara. Kyu Construction Engineering develops and builds apartments, business premises and entire areas. Kyu Construction Engineering is also specialized in demanding infrastructure construction and paving. Kyu Construction Engineering operates in the following countries: Athara Magarat, TBD.

Current activities


Kyu Construction Engineering's recent acquisitions have seen the company increase markedly in size - both the company's revenue and workforce more than trebled in the ten years to 2007, making it the largest construction company in Athara Magarat and the largest supplier of building systems services in the Central Argus region by sales. This growth is also reflected in the scope of Kyu Construction Engineering's business: long-term servicing and maintenance contracts for items such as steam boilers, piping, heating, plumbing and electricity networks and water treatment plants now account for over a quarter of annual revenues. The Construction Services Division of the company that builds homes, water and waste treatment plants, and infrastructure ranging from bridges and railway stations to golf courses remains the group's largest source of revenue as of the end of 2006.

Notable projects


Bridges

Name

Image

Design

Length

Width

Height

Longest Span

Number of Spans

Clearance Below

Construction

Note

Akar Bridge-Tunnel

Fixed link: low-level trestle, single-tube tunnels, artificial islands, truss bridges, high-level trestle

28.3 km (17.6 mi)

12.2 meters (40 feet)

1995 - 1999

Connects Akar with Myagdi Island.

New Myagdi Bridge

Double parallel double-track railroad and 4 lane road truss arch bridge

18.1 km (11.2 mi)

227 meters (745 ft)

35 meters

2015 - 2018

Connects Myagdi Island with Second Tamuwan Hangate in mainland Magarat.

Grand Tiwe Bridge

Cable-stayed 6-lane expressway

21.38 kilometers (13.28 mi)

33.4 meters (110 ft)

230.5 meters (756 ft)

800 meters (2,600 ft)

5

74 meters (243 ft)

2005 - 2009

Connects Tiwe Sivn island with Second Tamuwan Hangate in mainland Magarat.

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The Utopian Kingdom of the Union of Roendavar

Union of Kalmar Republics wrote:Random question

In your irl nation what is your equivalent to states or Provences?

This seems like an interesting question.

I live in the Philippines. We currently have 81 provinces, turning 83 in 2020 (I know it's a lot). Each province is ruled by a governor. The provinces are grouped into 17 regions, 14 of them are assigned a number based on their geographic location starting from the North to the South. The other 3 are the CAR (Cordillera Administrative Region), NCR (National Capital Region), and the BARMM (Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao). The NCR is composed of 16 cities, who act independently, and 1 municipality. The regions don't have power. They serve more of a demographic purpose rather than a political entity.

Provinces are divided into cities and municipalities. Their differences are more on an economic level. Cities are either richer, seat of the local government, or proclaimed a city through a law. Our current number for cities is at 145, while we have 1,489 municipalities. We have 3 types of cities, HUC (Highly Urbanized Cities), ICC (Independent Component Cities), and CC (Component Cities). HUCs and ICCs function independently. They are excluded from voting in the province they are located on. There are exceptions to these but this would be very long.

Each municipality and city are subdivided into barangays. The Philippines has a total of 42,029 barangays, each governed by a barangay captain. Barangays have executive, legislative, and judicial powers. They are a result of Philippine history, where before the Spanish arrived, groups of people, mainly families. were classified into a barangay. These barangays eventually evolved into barrios when the Spanish came and reverted back to barangays when we got our independence.

(Opinions below. Disregard if you only want facts.)
If you're asking, why are there so many political divisions in the Philippines? Wouldn't it be confusing? Well, let's start with the pros. Local leaders can serve their constituents more effectively as they live in the same area, each division is ruled by the same culture and people which minimizes unrest (locally speaking), and they can tailor laws and ordinances to their specific needs. The cons, corruption runs rampant, political families control much of local politics with an iron fist, and the bureaucracy is astronomical. It's a failing system, but one that's still sticking around.

The Republic of Tracera

Roendavar wrote:This seems like an interesting question.

I live in the Philippines. We currently have 81 provinces, turning 83 in 2020 (I know it's a lot). Each province is ruled by a governor. The provinces are grouped into 17 regions, 14 of them are assigned a number based on their geographic location starting from the North to the South. The other 3 are the CAR (Cordillera Administrative Region), NCR (National Capital Region), and the BARMM (Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao). The NCR is composed of 16 cities, who act independently, and 1 municipality. The regions don't have power. They serve more of a demographic purpose rather than a political entity.

Provinces are divided into cities and municipalities. Their differences are more on an economic level. Cities are either richer, seat of the local government, or proclaimed a city through a law. Our current number for cities is at 145, while we have 1,489 municipalities. We have 3 types of cities, HUC (Highly Urbanized Cities), ICC (Independent Component Cities), and CC (Component Cities). HUCs and ICCs function independently. They are excluded from voting in the province they are located on. There are exceptions to these but this would be very long.

Each municipality and city are subdivided into barangays. The Philippines has a total of 42,029 barangays, each governed by a barangay captain. Barangays have executive, legislative, and judicial powers. They are a result of Philippine history, where before the Spanish arrived, groups of people, mainly families. were classified into a barangay. These barangays eventually evolved into barrios when the Spanish came and reverted back to barangays when we got our independence.

(Opinions below. Disregard if you only want facts.)
If you're asking, why are there so many political divisions in the Philippines? Wouldn't it be confusing? Well, let's start with the pros. Local leaders can serve their constituents more effectively as they live in the same area, each division is ruled by the same culture and people which minimizes unrest (locally speaking), and they can tailor laws and ordinances to their specific needs. The cons, corruption runs rampant, political families control much of local politics with an iron fist, and the bureaucracy is astronomical. It's a failing system, but one that's still sticking around.

I spent 5 minutes reading this only because my friend if Filipino and was hoping to impress him but this melted a hole through my brain. I blame the Americans.

The United Republics of Dormill and Stiura

Tracera wrote:I spent 5 minutes reading this only because my friend if Filipino and was hoping to impress him but this melted a hole through my brain. I blame the Americans.

Given the way the US organizes its territories and the States organize their subdivisions, I can safely assume that bureaucratic nightmare is a wholly Filipino creation.

Now imagine stacking a federal system on top of it, as the new constitution proposes.



The Republic of Tracera

Who thinks the integration of European nation states should happen? Should they lose national sovereignty and create a European Army or not? (Countries that are members of the European Union and excluding the United Kingdom)

The Dominion of Nhoor

Tracera wrote:Who thinks the integration of European nation states should happen? Should they lose national sovereignty and create a European Army or not? (Countries that are members of the European Union and excluding the United Kingdom)

There are many ways integration can happen. Personally I don't think a US model will be the final result. It would help already if the member states' governments wouldn't work against the EU and blame it for everything that goes wrong whereas what goes wrong is often (indirectly) the member states' fault.

A combined European army could be practical, but I'd say within NATO, not as a replacement of NATO.

The Empire of Wellsia

Nhoor wrote:There are many ways integration can happen. Personally I don't think a US model will be the final result. It would help already if the member states' governments wouldn't work against the EU and blame it for everything that goes wrong whereas what goes wrong is often (indirectly) the member states' fault.

A combined European army could be practical, but I'd say within NATO, not as a replacement of NATO.

What language do you use, which country’s weapons and arms manufacturers get the contracts, who’sorganization gets used. Which generals and officers have to undergo retraining to fit new tactics. Who’s existing military equipment gets sold off. Creating one army out of a dozen, with at four countries being self equipping, without angering anybody, impossible.

Post self-deleted by Veltora.

The Saintly Kingdom of Eurania

Roendavar wrote:-snip-

Well done, Kuya Roe.

As a balikbayan - no, an Amerikano, I've lost almost everything connected with my parents' culture and homeland.

The Diktatura of Balnik

Countries need to split apart, not join together. Smh.

The Dominion of Nhoor

Wellsia wrote:What language do you use, which country’s weapons and arms manufacturers get the contracts, who’sorganization gets used. Which generals and officers have to undergo retraining to fit new tactics. Who’s existing military equipment gets sold off. Creating one army out of a dozen, with at four countries being self equipping, without angering anybody, impossible.

Well, we are not Wonder Woman, so deciding all this will take time and effort (as everything involving the EU, but it is a unique project so we have to invent wheels all the time). The language may be English as that is the one understood by most EU citizens but for the rest things may be compromised or newly invented (where I somehow expect the most resistance from the French). But you never know how a cow may catch a hare!

The Blue Islands of Corindia

Got an interview w spaceX, would definitely rather do that than operate nuclear reactors for the navy in a moored sub (no offense sailors) so fingers crossed

The United Republics of Dormill and Stiura

Corindia wrote:Got an interview w spaceX, would definitely rather do that than operate nuclear reactors for the navy in a moored sub (no offense sailors) so fingers crossed

I wouldn’t know anybody who would take a job with the Navy over SpaceX.

The Republic of Miklania

Dormill and Stiura wrote:I wouldn’t know anybody who would take a job with the Navy over SpaceX.

*raises hand*

The Saintly Kingdom of Eurania

Corindia wrote:Got an interview w spaceX, would definitely rather do that than operate nuclear reactors for the navy in a moored sub (no offense sailors) so fingers crossed

That's pretty cool, Elon Musk used to do the interviews himself until recently

The Diktatura of Balnik

Man everything is so boring. This leg is seriously bumming me out. All I did today is sit on my porch and snipe grouse with a rifle.

The Snark Queen of Nights Edge

Those pasta boxes that are all like "8 servings" inside of whatever have clearly not met me before

I may not be a spatially significant individual but I can put away pasta like nobody's business

The People's Republic of Thuzbekistan

Balnik wrote:Man everything is so boring. This leg is seriously bumming me out. All I did today is sit on my porch and snipe grouse with a rifle.

That just reminds me of that arse from fox and the hound that shot at the fox and his pants fell down

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