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Just for reference, I'm a puppet; I've been playing on here since 2012 but my old nations died last year.

I'm a test nation used by Ghost Land. I tried going for Benevolent Dictatorship classification, but I ended up with Anarchy, heh.

Hello there, and thank you for the embassy request! Glad to see you again on this side of NS!

- Valentine Z

Clarissa the Happy and Cheerful Robot wrote:Hello there, and thank you for the embassy request! Glad to see you again on this side of NS!

- Valentine Z

You're welcome! :)

Now what would be really nice, of course, is if this region had more than 9 nations, most of which being controlled by one guy (me); what I'd really like to see is at least one nation from each type in here, with a thriving RMB community to boot.

The bluesmobile

Since you say you like 80s music too, here are The Blues Brothers!

The bluesmobile wrote:Since you say you like 80s music too, here are The Blues Brothers!

*claps*

Welcome to Groovy, The bluesmobile!

The bluesmobile

How's this for some groovy music:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5bUmx-hk-c (The Lovin' Spoonful - Summer in the City (1966))
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eab_beh07HU (The Beach Boys - Good Vibrations (1966))
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RghL1rViX34 (Strawberry Alarm Clock - Incense and Peppermints (1967))
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JywK_5bT8z0 (The Archies - Sugar Sugar (1969))

Links don't work in RMB posts to prevent abuse, but you can paste each one into your browser window and hear three minutes each of groovy music. :D

The bluesmobile and Hamilton Fans

Just a reminder, song requests are always welcome for the new Groovy Playlist dispatch!

The bluesmobile

Who here is a fan of ABBA, out of curiosity?

The bluesmobile

The bluesmobile

60s music wrote:Who here is a fan of ABBA, out of curiosity?

Eh, not my favorite, but not the worst either.

The bluesmobile

I was listening to Africa earlier, and came across this comment while browsing the comment section-

Teacher: Tom, where's Europe?
Tom: Points to Europe
Teacher: Where South America?
Tom: Points to South America
Teacher: Wheres Africa?
Tom: Almost crying pointing to the heart

The bluesmobile wrote:I was listening to Africa earlier, and came across this comment while browsing the comment section-

Teacher: Tom, where's Europe?
Tom: Points to Europe
Teacher: Where South America?
Tom: Points to South America
Teacher: Wheres Africa?
Tom: Almost crying pointing to the heart

I don't get it. Is it because Africa is so dear to him?

The bluesmobile

NationStates is on your side.

The bluesmobile

All the dead nations were cleared off the challenge leaderboard - I'm #25 now apparently.

The bluesmobile

Welcome to Groovy, Democracy spreader epsilon and Puppyboi9!

The bluesmobile

My gosh, I hate the Internet and cell phones...

The bluesmobile

The bluesmobile

Ghost Land wrote:My gosh, I hate the Internet and cell phones...

Why is that?

The bluesmobile wrote:Why is that?

I see that those technologies have done to myself and to society in general, and all things considered, I think we'd be better off without them. Yes, there are really fun sites on the Internet like this one, but in general I would much rather talk to someone face-to-face than exchange social media posts, play outside than play on the computer, and listen to records than listen to YouTube.

The bluesmobile

The bluesmobile

Ghost Land wrote:I see that those technologies have done to myself and to society in general, and all things considered, I think we'd be better off without them. Yes, there are really fun sites on the Internet like this one, but in general I would much rather talk to someone face-to-face than exchange social media posts, play outside than play on the computer, and listen to records than listen to YouTube.

Very good point. Just one contradiction, don't get me wrong I love (and use) records all the time, but I like to be able to look up specific songs.

The bluesmobile wrote:Very good point. Just one contradiction, don't get me wrong I love (and use) records all the time, but I like to be able to look up specific songs.

That's also a fair point, and I will admit to using YouTube to look up songs on demand that I don't have on record or CD myself. And besides, without the Internet there would be no Potty Racers. ;)

By the way, which other nation in this region would you guess is operated by me?

The bluesmobile

The bluesmobile

Ghost Land wrote:That's also a fair point, and I will admit to using YouTube to look up songs on demand that I don't have on record or CD myself. And besides, without the Internet there would be no Potty Racers. ;)

By the way, which other nation in this region would you guess is operated by me?

I'm gonna guess... 60s music?

60s music

The bluesmobile wrote:I'm gonna guess... 60s music?

Yup. :)

Anything that clued you in?

The bluesmobile

The bluesmobile

60s music wrote:Yup. :)

Anything that clued you in?

Yep, that Ghost Land was an officer under the name as "Official Puppet"
:)

The bluesmobile wrote:Yep, that Ghost Land was an officer under the name as "Official Puppet"
:)

Oh...duh ;)

I rejoined the site in August 2018 after a year-long sabbatical with the nation of 60s Music, which was my main gameside nation, as I revived my old puppet of Ghost Land as my forum nation. To this day I keep both active, as one can clearly tell, with 60s Music being the figurehead behind the region, as a "head of state" or sorts, while Ghost Land is the nation I'm more active under in general. I always conduct official region stuff through 60s Music, which only makes sense as it's the founder nation.

The bluesmobile

The bluesmobile

Ghost Land wrote:Just a reminder, song requests are always welcome for the new Groovy Playlist dispatch!

Wayward Son- Kansas
Come And Get Your Love- Redbone
Brandy (Your A Fine Girl)- Looking Glass
American Pie- Don Mclean

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