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Posté lundi 01 novembre 2010 à 18:11 (#31) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   doobik 

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32 minutes ago: Following new legislation in FlagLoutres, the nation's first space rocket -- sponsored by Pepsi and shaped like an enormous soda bottle -- is being developed.


excellent xD

Posté lundi 01 novembre 2010 à 18:31 (#32) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Ashtaka 

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Voir le messageBehachev, le 01/11/2010 à 14:04, dit :

en fait les option données ne sont pas des "petites lois" mais de vrai chois de société assez manichéens.

Après quelque drole de surprises, je n'hésite plus à botter en touche quand je ne sens bien aucune des propositions

C'est ce que je commence à faire aussi, surtout que j'essaye de jouer sérieusement.
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Posté mardi 02 novembre 2010 à 11:23 (#33) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Anothefan 

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Traffic Cops Needed on Information Superhighway?

Government Acts

The Issue

Certain shadowy ministerial figures have proposed government monitoring of individual internet usage.

The Debate

1. "In these days of terror and uncertainty, it's exactly what we need," says Jack Licorish, signing an arrest warrant. "Every pervert, terrorist, bomb-building maniac and anti-government idiot is currently online. I'm not saying that we should block citizens from seeing it, but let's also watch who's seeking it out. This will give our law enforcement officers the chance to prevent crimes before they happen. If you've done nothing wrong, you've got nothing to hide."


2. "Well, I AM saying we should block out that filth," says a man in a dark hat, stepping from the shadows. "If people want to use the internet, they can view our government-approved sites. Those are swell."


3. Privacy activist Konrad Johnson is outraged, as usual. "Tyranny is the natural result of limiting information! Someone, somewhere, will always find something offensive -- mimes for example. Those scare the hell out of me. But should we ban them? No! Free the internet! We have nothing to fear from free information but pop-up advertising!"

This is the position your government is preparing to adopt.

The Government Position

The government has indicated its intention to follow the recommendations of Option 3.

Pas de HADOPI chez moi (peut-être chez les blood eaters à la rigueur :D )
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Posté mardi 02 novembre 2010 à 18:12 (#34) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   doobik 

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32 minutes ago: Following new legislation in Loutres, elevator music has been replaced by thrash metal played at maximum volume.


:D

Posté mercredi 03 novembre 2010 à 11:49 (#35) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Anothefan 

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the Anozia Mental Asylum Party have recently won seats in parliament.

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elections have become procedural nightmares due to voters persistently rejecting candidates.

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a recent election instated a small dog as member of parliament
Woohoo c'est le bordel! :D
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Posté mercredi 03 novembre 2010 à 21:16 (#36) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   wicelow 

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Voir le messageBehachev, le 01/11/2010 à 14:04, dit :

en fait les option données ne sont pas des "petites lois" mais de vrai chois de société assez manichéens.

Après quelque drole de surprises, je n'hésite plus à botter en touche quand je ne sens bien aucune des propositions

Je viens de le faire également pour la 1ère fois, les choix proposés ne me plaisant vraiment pas...

Déjà, y'avait que 2 choix au lieu de 3.
Et entre interdire totalement les casinos ou en autoriser l'accès aux gamins, y'a quand même moyen de trouver un juste milieu... :D


Il se passe quoi quand on éjecte un sujet ?
C'est totalement oublié ou ça revient sous une autre forme assez rapidement ?


Enfin bon, c'est fun mais si ça devient toujours comme ça à devoir choisir entre blanc ou noir, ça va vite me saouler.

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Posté jeudi 04 novembre 2010 à 01:51 (#37) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Behachev 

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pour l'instant, je n'ai pas revu venir ces questions.
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Posté vendredi 05 novembre 2010 à 08:36 (#38) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   khoral 

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Alors celle-là... xD

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We Need A Few Good Men Who Like Men?
The Issue

With military recruitment numbers down, there's been some discussion in civilian circles of relaxing 'sodomy' regulations in the armed forces in order to allow homosexuals to serve openly. However, with the occasional reports from the field of suspected homosexuals being beaten by their squadmates, some wonder if such measures are really appropriate for the notoriously conservative culture of Kor-Hal's military.
The Debate

1. "There will never be room for gays in our God-fearing service," says Army Chaplain Orel Roze, absent-mindedly fingering the religious device of his office on his lapel. "I mean, uh, think about what it would do to morale. In the military men have to eat, live, and sleep in extremely close quarters and even consensual sexual relationships in the chain of command leads to leadership problems. It's just a natural extension of fraternization rules... and not only that, but our current policy is actually a service to the poor misguided souls, since it prevents any temptation to act on their given perversion... I mean preference."


2. "God doesn't enter into it," says Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Gregory Barry, head shaking. "Times are changing, and people are becoming more accepting of homosexuals. We have women in the military, and that surely leads to 'temptation', but for the most part everyone's quite professional about it. Allowing homosexuals to serve openly will increase our recruitment pool and actually simplify things; just look at the Navy: hundreds of horny men in steel boxes in the middle of the ocean for up to six months at a time... there has to be a reason that people volunteer for that, right?"


3. "This coming from some pampered soul in the Chair Force," scoffs Commander Calvin du Pont, calling in via satellite from aboard a destroyer. "Inter-service rivalries aside, ever read some of those ancient sagas about cities being besieged? Those ancient cultures had no problem with homosexuality; actually, it strengthened their resolve and spirit because they were literally fighting alongside their lovers, and anyone in the service will tell you it's all about the guy standing next to you. Now, what if--and this is just a hypothetical, mind--based on this and to counter years of discrimination, only homosexuals were allowed to serve?"


4. "That's... interesting, but it doesn't really address the problem, does it?" asks Lance Corporal Elizabeth Washington, part of your honor guard. "Let's look at it this way: only ten percent of the population is homosexual, right? No matter what, the majority will be heterosexual. We want homosexuals to serve, but there will always be a backlash against them. No regulation changes are needed if you just pen a policy where sexual orientation becomes a taboo subject in discussion--not like it's anyone's business to talk about their sexual interests in a professional military, right? This way homosexuals can serve, albeit quietly, and be happy, and the moral conservatives stay happy since the military is still 'officially' anti-gay. Of course, if anyone's pulled out of the closet, their career is instantly over, but that's the cost of compromise."


5. "We still have a military?" questions your Minister of Peace, scratching his unruly hair and smelling none too vaguely of patchouli. "Man, I thought we got rid of those war pigs ages ago. Y'know, if you'd just listen to me and go with flowers instead of firearms, this whole gays-in-the-military thing wouldn't be such a buzzkill all the time. Hey, speaking of buzzes, I just got these mighty strong Bigtopian Blues from a guy I know. I'm on one right now and they are far OUT. You wanna expand your mind with me? No? That's cool too."

Pas de signature, j'ai rien à ajouter sur moi, je suis tout à fait complet comme ça :x

Posté mardi 09 novembre 2010 à 11:05 (#39) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Anothefan 

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The Empire of Anozia is a very large, safe nation, renowned for its irreverence towards religion
C'est des petites choses comme ça qui vous montrent que vous arrivez à faire ce que vous voulez -_- .J'aurais presque voulu poster ça dans "Qu'est-ce ki m'rend heureux ? " ^_^
Vivement les 500 millions d'habitants (j'ai fait le quart du chemin à peu près)
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Posté mardi 09 novembre 2010 à 16:09 (#40) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   doobik 

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... religious organizations are being forced to leave the country or pay income taxes like everybody else, and the controversial show 'Who Wants to be an Immigrant?' has become wildly popular...


des choix tres marrant tout de meme.

Posté jeudi 11 novembre 2010 à 11:29 (#41) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Anothefan 

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4 hours ago: Following new legislation in Blood Eaters, reports of attacks by bright purple sixty-foot high spiders have recently shot up.
1 day, 16 hours ago: Following new legislation in Anaxonia, vanity is considered the eigth cardinal virtue.
Il y a des fois où je me demande vraiment quel choix j'ai pu faire pour en arriver là.
Si seulement j'avais une meilleure mémoire.
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Posté mercredi 17 novembre 2010 à 11:29 (#42) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Behachev 

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The Issue

After waning sales, the well-established soda company 'Eckie-Ecola' has appealed to the government for the right to use powerful mind-altering drugs in their products.
The Debate

1. "It'll be great," says Roxanne Thiesen, the CEO of Eckie-Ecola. "Nice 'n' happy floating feelings all in a can, and all for just one coin! It's not the healthiest drink I admit, but what people want to do with their bodies is their own business. If you ban this beverage, you're only denying the citizens of their right to be exposed to the true hallucenogenic experience!"


2. "This can't go ahead," argues Freddy Christmas, a nurse at one of Obsidianpic's hospitals. "Drugs are, and always will be, one of the greatest threats to the nation's physical and mental health! My job's hard enough as it is without having the wards overrun by patients who were stupid enough to drink the damned stuff. The distribution of drugs must be strictly controlled by the government and kept for medicinal uses."


This is the position your government is preparing to adopt.

3. "If you ask me," says Roger Gutenberg, from behind a cloud of smoke. "We should just let everyone have drugs for free! If the government legalised and subsidised all these 'bad' drugs and gave 'em out to everyone, all our problems would be solved! There'd be no more drug traffickers, or thugs robbing old ladies to feed their addictions! 'Course there'd be a bit of a detrimental effect healthwise and to the drug industries, but the beauty of it all is that everyone will be too doped up to care!"


non mais lol. :sorcerer:


Je dois être sur un ligne instable car je fluctue souvent entre "Father Knows Best State", "Corrupt Dictatorship" et "Democratic Socialists" >_<


Sinon je trouve tout de même que les issues sont très américanisantes. Avec une sur représentation des questions économiques ou théologiques. Culture, social, géopolitique sont rares voire inexistantes...
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Posté jeudi 18 novembre 2010 à 11:16 (#43) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Ashtaka 

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C'est surtout que quoi qu'on décide, c'est tourné en dérision.
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Posté vendredi 19 novembre 2010 à 12:19 (#44) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Anothefan 

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Accessoirement,y'a ça:

What makes a good issue dit :

One of the key factors of NationStates is that no matter what you decide, there will be a lot of people unhappy with your decision. Every option should be wrong in some way, and there should NEVER be a case where one option is 'right' and another 'wrong', because that's not what NationStates is about. Playing the 'right' way would imply that NationStates is a game with a way to win and this is not the case. NS is not a game you should be able to 'win' in any sense. Anyway: your idea must be an argument with differing points of view. That's what an issue is. Oh - and don't write your issue in ALL CAPS. That's annoying.
Source: Forum nationstates How To Write An Issue

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What's In A Name?

The Issue

A man by the name of &%*\@# Smith hit the headlines yesterday when he had his first name legally changed to 'John', citing the ridicule and stress he suffered because of his given name. Mr Smith publicly commented afterwards that there should be more restrictions on what parents can name their children.

The Debate

1. "People do so love to be different," says Insert Name Here, with a heavy sigh. "I don't know what my folks were thinking when they named me. Probably about how 'novel' and 'with it' they were being, but I didn't get a say in it did I? Growing up in my neighbourhood with the first name 'Insert' wasn't fun at all I can tell you! The government should set up a registry of recognised names that are clean, sensible, and non-teasable. Kids deserve better."


2. "It's none of the government's business what I name my daughter," says Follicle Rainbow Gooseknob, cradling [expletive deleted] in her arms. "Are you going to tell us what to think next? Where to go? Who to love? I don't want some grey-faced bureaucrat deciding what name is appropriate for my child! What kind of country hates personal freedom so much you can't even choose your own name?"


3. "Names? Names are so inefficient!" Says Five-Oh-Three McGoohan, counting beads. "Who can honestly tell one Samuel Chicago from another? That name's so popular now, I met three people at the mall with it just last week! Face it! Names are old-hat! Everyone ought to go by a government-allocated ID number instead, much more practical. Who could make fun of a child named Six-Eight-Four?"


Quel dommage que ça ne tombe pas dans ma dictature oppressive méchante tout ça,là j'aurais pu choisir,mais là je vais devoir Dismisser :rolleyes:

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Posté mercredi 24 novembre 2010 à 08:19 (#45) L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Behachev 

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Plea Bargains: Tipping The Scales Of Justice?
The high-profile case of Damon 'The Butcher of Obsidianpic City' White, a serial murderer and rapist, has been the subject of outrage and derision by Obsidianpic's news providers. In exchange for a guilty verdict, no trial by jury, and testimony in another trial, White pled guilty to third-degree manslaughter, reducing his sentence to a paltry three months' imprisonment. The justness of plea bargaining is now being called into question.
The Debate

1. "Plea bargains degrade the fairness of our justice system," argues Samuel Johnson, a recently graduated lawyer. "Prosecutors are only interested in getting their guilty verdict and plea bargaining is the easiest way to get it! The recent trial of that psychopath mass-murderer is a disgrace! If it had gone before a jury he'd be behind bars by now! He won't though, because the prosecutors and police are too lazy to do their jobs properly. Putting that man back on the streets is not justice. Plea bargaining must be banned."


2. "What that moral elitist is neglecting to tell you," sneers Jazz Dodinas, a prosecutor. "Is that plea bargaining has made our judicial system MORE effective, not less! There needs to be give and take so we can get to the truth and that's what plea bargains allow us. We were able to catch the worst criminal kingpin Obsidianpic has ever seen because of Mr White's testimony. Also, do you realise how clogged up and expensive the court system would be if every trial went before jury? Very, my friend. Very. Plea bargaining must be allowed to continue."


3. "You know, we wouldn't have to worry about any of this nonsense and controversy if we just stopped giving our criminals so many rights," sighs Violet McAlpin, your fifth cousin, five times removed. "Double jeopardy, cruel and unusual punishment, the writ of habeas corpus... there are just so many inconvenient clauses in our constitution that are getting in the way of keeping our streets clean of crooks. I say we abolish the right to a fair trial, and just lock people up if the judge thinks they've done something wrong. I mean, they're pretty smart guys aren't they?"


C'est bien la première fois que j'ai un réglage fin, sur la méthode et non le principe.

- Abandonner le "plaider coupable"
- Maintenir le "plaider coupable"
- Abandonner même le principe à un procès juste.

Reste à voir comment ça sera perçu. :D
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