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User WarHawk109

Party: Liberal Party

Nation: Capitalist State of Hobrazia

Joined on: 06:56:00, February 14, 2007 CET

Last activity: 20:21:15, March 24, 2007 CET

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Random fact: Players who consent to a particular role-play by acknowledging it in their own role-play cannot then disown it or withdraw their consent from it. For example, if player A role-plays the assassination of player B's character, and player B then acknowledges the assassination in a news post, but then backtracks and insists the assassination did not happen, then he will be required under the rules to accept the validity of the assassination role-play.

Random quote: "The problem is big government. If whoever controls government can impose his way upon you, you have to fight constantly to prevent the control from being harmful. With small, limited government, it doesn�t much matter who controls it, because it can�t do you much harm." � Harry Browne

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