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Jakit wrote:its north american though. the closest city to hawaii is los angles or san fransico. not sure. but its 1 of them

actually, the closest country to Hawaii is Kiribati, at 1134 miles compared to the 2318 needed to get to california

Imperial bendale

Weeeest viiiiirginiaaaa wrote:actually, the closest country to Hawaii is Kiribati, at 1134 miles compared to the 2318 needed to get to california

its Honolulu dumb dumbs.

Imperial bendale wrote:True North Pacificans (TNPs)

Erm... Like Aerilia nerd, Territorio di Nessuno, McMasterdonia etc?

Imperial bendale wrote:Its Honolulu, bonk.

i said closest city to honolulu

Jakit wrote:dont triple post. never seen a triple post ever

sry but no one was online and i like talking to myself (lol)

Imperial bendale

The Beneluxian Empire wrote:Erm... Like Aerilia nerd, Territorio di Nessuno, McMasterdonia etc?

McMasterdonia is a true patriot.

Jakit wrote:if u wanna look at which continent every country is in based on which tectonic plate they are on that means india and pakistan are its own continent. dosent make sense

that was just a secondary point. what I'm saying is NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC would have the final say on the matter of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHY

Imperial bendale

Weeeest viiiiirginiaaaa wrote:that was just a secondary point. what I'm saying is NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC would have the final say on the matter of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHY

what about International Geographic?

There is no definition of continent, so everyone says what they think
that is, there are, but they are different for each

My ideology is national geography. While my enemy ideology is comicus.

Weeeest viiiiirginiaaaa wrote:actually, the closest country to Hawaii is Kiribati, at 1134 miles compared to the 2318 needed to get to california

well its still part of north america. kinda like how iceland is closer to greenland which is in north america than it is to the uk or ireland but its still part of europe. bruh

Imperial bendale

Grand Symphosium Philharmonie wrote:My ideology is national geography. While my enemy ideology is comicus.

C O M M U N I S M

Imperial bendale wrote:C O M M U N I S M

Must bonk all the comicus

Imperial bendale wrote:what about International Geographic?

exactly

Batatoland Empire wrote:Another child

According to Google, Aspiring judges typically need a law degree. Besides, they also need to pass a competitive exam from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. A law degree can be compared in about 7 years after high school 4 years of undergraduate study and 3 years of law school.

An 8 year old would be in Year 3 or 2nd Grade depending on where you are in the world... So they'd have to pass 12 years of high school and a further 7... He would have to start school aged -11...

The Beneluxian Empire wrote:Who is going to try an 8 year old for war crimes?

This is where I come in.

Jakit wrote:well its still part of north america. kinda like how iceland is closer to greenland which is in north america than it is to the uk or ireland but its still part of europe. bruh

so your point dosent make sense

Xagill wrote:please don't post multiple times in a row, just edit your last post :)

sry im new here. wont happen again :(

The Beneluxian Empire wrote:According to Google, Aspiring judges typically need a law degree. Besides, they also need to pass a competitive exam from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. A law degree can be compared in about 7 years after high school 4 years of undergraduate study and 3 years of law school.

An 8 year old would be in Year 3 or 2nd Grade depending on where you are in the world... So they'd have to pass 12 years of high school and a further 7... He would have to start school aged -11...

tells a child to repeat what a judge said: D

L-453 wrote:This is where I come in.

Yes.

Imperial bendale

L-453 wrote:This is where I come in.

Would you kill Adolf Hitler as a child even though you knew he'd slaughter millions?

Imperial bendale wrote:Would you kill Adolf Hitler as a child even though you knew he'd slaughter millions?

No I wouldn't.

do any of you play .io games like arras.io?

Jakit wrote:well its still part of north america. kinda like how iceland is closer to greenland which is in north america than it is to the uk or ireland but its still part of europe. bruh

you know why the distinction is made that Greenland is in north america but Iceland isn't? the tectonic plate boundaries, which, coincidentally, supports my argument. also, you still haven't given a good reason why NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC wouldn't be the authority on NATIONAL GEOGRAPHY.

The Beneluxian Empire wrote:According to Google, Aspiring judges typically need a law degree. Besides, they also need to pass a competitive exam from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. A law degree can be compared in about 7 years after high school 4 years of undergraduate study and 3 years of law school.

An 8 year old would be in Year 3 or 2nd Grade depending on where you are in the world... So they'd have to pass 12 years of high school and a further 7... He would have to start school aged -11...

unless it is a supreme court judge which requires no law degree

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