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    Re: Victor's Gathering

    Robert casts a vote for himself.
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    Re: Victor's Gathering

    The Normans

    Robert Curthose stepped forward. Surrounding him were the Norman Knights, who were spattered with blood, and dirt, and grime from the ferocious battle. The Norman camp was stocked with...
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    Re: The Siege of Jerusalem

    Robert and his entourage had arrived at Godfrey's tent a little after the ninth hour of the day. The Crusaders were just finishing their mid-afternoon prayers and the Norman camp was preparing for...
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    Re: The Siege of Jerusalem

    The Norman Camp



    The summer heat had begun to take its toll, and by noon it was sweltering. Heat rose from the ground in wisps from the scorching heat and made metal, armor, and swords hot to...
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    Re: Sign Up Thread

    Robert II Curthose, Duke of Normandy
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/59/Robert_normandie.jpg




    Spouse: None
    Titles: Duke of Normandy
    Issue: None
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Jonathan Crawford reached out to shake the hand of President Arthur Lionel. It had been some time since he had seen the Hero of the Republic, and he almost had the urge to embrace him as an old...
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    Re: Inauguration of Arthur Lionheart, 1789

    Jonathan Crawford, and his wife Elizabeth, arrives to congratulate the new President is the United States of America.
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    Belle Grove, Virginia

    The Crawford Family hails from Yorkshire in England and arrived in Virginia in the 1640s. Edward Crawford (b. 1615 - d. 1691), the family patriarch, first arrived at Jamestown where he began his...
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    Re: Sign Up Thread

    The Crawford Family hails from Yorkshire in England and arrived in Virginia in the 1640s. Edward Crawford (b. 1615 - d. 1691), the family patriarch, first arrived at Jamestown where he began his...
  10. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    Yeah, I'm not entirely sure what you are trying to say with either of those, since they both suggest that crime rates have dropped despite the Recession and agree with my point. The second article...
  11. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    You've misread that information. It's increased in absolute terms only because the population has increased. When controlled as violent crimes per 100,000 inhabitants, it remains near the lowest...
  12. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    Considering that most of the developed and developing world, which has embraced neoliberalism, has undergone some of the most explosive growths in history, while virtually every Communist or...
  13. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    Yes. As does everyone, across the political spectrum. That graph is from Athena Healthcare. However, they cited information from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics and a report from Physicians for a...
  14. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    Thanks, I've been trying to organize my thoughts on this for a while.

    Anyways, the biggest issues with the 2008 Financial Crisis is that the stories that are often told are woefully incomplete....
  15. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Baffling Idiotic "Green New Deal," and why it will harm efforts to combat Global Warming

    So, after much teasing, the Progressive wunderkind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has released a draft proposal of her much hyped "Green New Deal" legislation. Immediately, the right wing has seized upon...
  16. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    Yeah, I've kind of got myself down a rabbit hole on this one. I want to finish up this point of debate and then move on to the next. However, I wanted some closing arguments to tie this up. To be...
  17. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    So, this is a double post, but I did a bit of a deep dive on some of my spare time at work after lunch. It's been real interesting because I was a senior in High School when the 2008 Financial Crisis...
  18. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    So basically, I don't disagree with the NYT article. In fact, I feel it supports my argument. If I could distill it in a sentence, my contention is that the narrative is that the top 1% has its...
  19. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    So basically, I never disputed this. My argument is that the millionaires and billionaires make up far less wealth ownership than implied, and many of these statistics obfuscate this fact. My...
  20. Re: Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    Volume 2: The Failures of Populism

    Populism, Trump's Trade War, and Dairy Farmers

    Despite all odds, which included losing the popular vote, remaining the most unpopular president since Harry S....
  21. Basic Economics: In Defense of Neoliberalism

    In Defense of Neoliberalism


    Volume 1 - Introduction and Origins
    Introduction
    The Origins of Neoliberalism
    The 2008 Crisis, The False Dilemma Over Capitalism and The "Rise" in Wealth...
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    Re: Fake News Clarification: Volume One

    To be fair to Pontifex, IIRC, he's either still in Law School, or a recent graduate. His political beliefs won't disqualify him from being a lawyer. Additionally, the claim that news is either...
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    Re: Fake News Clarification: Volume One

    Well, I'll bite.

    Just because Gaidin doesn't think that Trump is a "Russian Satan"--whatever that means--does not mean that Mueller's investigation is heading towards nothing. In fact, that's...
  24. Re: American Patriot REFUSES to Sign Oath of Loyalty to israel- Gets FIRED!!!

    Cool it with the Haterade, bro. We get that you just discovered Nietzsche and realized that Israeli lobby is a thing. But not everything is a (((Zionist))) plot.

    https://i.imgur.com/p0scLRA.png
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    Re: "Gilets jaunes" protests in France.

    Because no one has actually provided any factual basis to the debates, here it goes. The Financial Times published an excellent article explaining how Macron's recent reforms have impacted the...
  26. Re: The Putin - Trump Controversy: Here to Stay - Links between Trump and Russia are being officially investigated by the FBI

    Bahahah, i saw that. It was triggered by the short link in his text where he forgot a space. But muh deep state.

    Also of note, it seems some friendly foreign hackers hacked the NRCC email system....
  27. Re: The Putin - Trump Controversy: Here to Stay - Links between Trump and Russia are being officially investigated by the FBI

    Yeah, because he cooperated with the investigation. According to the filing: Flynn 1) violated the Logan Act by illegally trying to negotiate a quid pro quo with Russian sanctions, 2) failed to...
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    Poll: Re: The Partition of Babylon

    Signed.
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    Poll: Re: The Partition of Babylon

    Stasanor


    Sasanor had remained silent during the negotiations as Perdiccas doled out satrapies seemingly at random. To the victor, the spoils, Stasanor thought. Already Perdiccas seems to fancy...
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    Re: Diadochi Alliances Rules

    Stasanor
    Στασάνωρ


    https://i.imgur.com/i813gJY.jpg

    Starting Points: 50 cp

    Command: 10
    Challenge: 5
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    Re: Diadochi Alliances Reboot

    Aye, but you’ll need to get the map from Aetius
  32. Thread: OOC Thread

    by cfmonkey45
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    Re: OOC Thread

    Thanks, Lucius.
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    by cfmonkey45
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    Re: OOC Thread

    I’ll stick to my guns too.
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    Sticky: Re: Character Claims Thread

    I'll be King William the Conqueror
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    Poll: Re: What game would you like to see?

    Here's the link to my ruleset for The Roman Struggle.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wRCuVCpoIXrv1Mfq0XFjviigJLa3tkyHPWD0FUjOX-s/edit?usp=sharing

    Game is pre-structured to begin circa 109...
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    Poll: Re: What game would you like to see?

    I voted for most of them, but here are some good ones:

    1) Late Roman Republic RPG (I already wrote a ruleset for fun a while back. I have a Google Docs and Google Spreadsheet to organize it).
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    Re: A Couple of Simple Questions

    Do you guys have a Discord channel?
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    Re: Some Salient Points on Jesus of Nazareth

    Hey, Monarchist, how's it going. I'm sorry to hear about your intense existential crisis. It seems like you have dealt with a lot, and I wanted to say that you are not alone. Surprisingly, I had an...
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    Re: WW2 Alliances

    Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
    Союз Советских Социалистических Республик
    Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik
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    Re: [Ongoing] The Hellespontine War

    The Siege of Abydos

    http://www.greatmilitarybattles.com/assets/images/Roman_Forts_Alesia.jpg

    Cassander orders the besieging army to invest the city by constructing both circumvallation and...
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