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The East Pacific RMB

WA Delegate: The Bathorius Rex of EPSA of Libertanny (elected )

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Most Nations: 3rd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 27th Most Influential: 2,156th
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HAIL PACIFICUM ORIENTALE!


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Embassies: the Pacific, Balder, 10000 Islands, the Rejected Realms, the South Pacific, The North Pacific, Osiris, Lazarus, NationStates, Hyrule, The Sands, Europeia, Wintercrest, Eientei Gensokyo, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, Slatos, and 15 others.Thaecia, PacificCon, Warzone PacificCon, The Union of Democratic States, Warzone Africa, Social Liberal Union, Frozen Circle, The Free Nations Region, The Kingdom of Great Britain, The Consortium, India, ATOMIC, Word Festival, Lipton, and Caer Sidi.

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Regional Power: Extremely High

The East Pacific contains 8,915 nations, the 3rd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Lowest Overall Tax Burden in The East Pacific

World Census financial experts assessed nations across a range of direct and indirect measures in order to determine which placed the lowest tax burden on their citizens.

As a region, The East Pacific is ranked 16,113th in the world for Lowest Overall Tax Burden.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free and Holy Republic of The Happy CiviliansCorporate Police State Entrepreneurial Freedom Zone“Perfectly Fine, Thank You....”
2.The Corporate-Owned Kingdom of Economic NirvanaCorporate Bordello Patriotic Business Zone“Increased profits create happiness.”
3.The Dictatorship of Walter HeisenbergCorporate Police State Entrepreneurial Freedom Zone“Tread lightly”
4.The Oppressed Peoples of IronfistanCompulsory Consumerist State Aspirational Worker State“Authority Through Compliance”
5.The Holy Matriarchy of The Blessed and Holy LandCorporate Police State Entrepreneurial Freedom Zone“Praise be to our Holy Goddess”
6.The GangLand of 7-5Anarchy Lawless Wasteland“This is business. And I want all of yours!”
7.The Community of EgzarkiaAnarchy Lawless Wasteland“└aaaaaaaaaaaaaa”
8.The Kingdom of WoooahCapitalizt Freedom-Loving Libertarians“Woo! Woo! Woo!”
9.The Weed-Choked Lawn of A mean old manFather Knows Best State Suspiciously Liberal Dictatorship“Always fighting crime -- especially youth-related.”
10.The Republic of Bai LungIron Fist Consumerists Champions of Commerce“Three Principles of the People”
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The East Pacific Regional Message Board

wednesdays are great apparently, technically only a halfhour of school

Slagenseter Forn wrote:Wait, I found a better response.


>:)

aw man
i spent my entire school day on nationstates. not sure if thats a very bad thing or a great thing
and then i have my first student council meeting today so thats fun

Euricanis wrote:wednesdays are great apparently, technically only a halfhour of school

woah sick

Euricanis wrote:wednesdays are great apparently, technically only a halfhour of school

heckin sweet

Ohmygodletmepickaname wrote:aw man
i spent my entire school day on nationstates. not sure if thats a very bad thing or a great thing
and then i have my first student council meeting today so thats fun

Yeah, I find myself doing that a lot. School provokes ALL THE ANXIETY and I do love me some avoidance behaviour.

Brethren wrote:heckin sweet
Yeah, I find myself doing that a lot. School provokes ALL THE ANXIETY and I do love me some avoidance behaviour.

definitely! it just gives me something to distract me from. like i cried yesterday because i had gotten an f on a quiz in geometry (didn't turn it it, and then i turned it in and got an a) and i thought i had gotten a c on a chem test (got a b :P)

Brethren wrote:heckin sweet

hell yes

Brethren wrote:Yeah, I find myself doing that a lot. School provokes ALL THE ANXIETY and I do love me some avoidance behaviour.

me too, but mostly because i get verrrrrryyyy bored

classes are boring when you can have your own country :(
edit: it gets worse when you're simping

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