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Hi, I gave you b-crat and admin powers. Use Special:Export on some pages in the old wiki and run Special:Import on the new. Hope that helped! Dancing Penguin 13:52, 31 October 2010 (PDT)

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Triskelle, I saved the IRC conversation we had.

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[2010-11-21 16:24:30] <TurtleShroom> See, the Bible says that pastors are shepherds and the church the flock.

[2010-11-21 16:24:49] <TurtleShroom> The pastor guides the church, and the church is to follow.

[2010-11-21 16:25:02] <TurtleShroom> The thing about Baptists stems from the shepherd metaphor.

[2010-11-21 16:25:13] <TurtleShroom> When it comes to what he says on the pulpit...

[2010-11-21 16:25:24] <TurtleShroom> The preacher is the shepherd, and what he says is supreme.

[2010-11-21 16:25:38] <TurtleShroom> Even if you yourself disagree with it, you DON'T question your pastor.

[2010-11-21 16:25:45] <TurtleShroom> Would a sheep question his shepherd? No.

[2010-11-21 16:25:50] <TurtleShroom> There are exceptions, though.

[2010-11-21 16:26:18] <TurtleShroom> Namely, if the pastor obviously defies Biblical truths, you CAN begin to kick him out, but that's hard to do.

[2010-11-21 16:28:10] <TurtleShroom> I sent you a string of private messages.

[2010-11-21 16:28:56] <Triskelle3> So you basicaly are spoonfed his personal theology?

[2010-11-21 16:29:31] <TurtleShroom> Well, not really.

[2010-11-21 16:29:34] <TurtleShroom> That's another thing.

[2010-11-21 16:29:35] <Triskelle3> If I hear something that goes against the bible, I'm not afraid to say something.

[2010-11-21 16:29:48] <TurtleShroom> Well...

[2010-11-21 16:29:51] <TurtleShroom> From what I see...

[2010-11-21 16:29:53] <Triskelle3> Ok, I'll wait.

[2010-11-21 16:30:12] <TurtleShroom> The preacher can be questioned if he is /obviously/ defying Scripture.

[2010-11-21 16:30:30] <TurtleShroom> See, the purpose of a pastor in a Baptist church is twofold.

[2010-11-21 16:30:50] <Triskelle3> I see.

[2010-11-21 16:30:55] <TurtleShroom> ONE, he's the leader, along with the deaconate, and he works with you as the church for the betterment of God's Kingdom

[2010-11-21 16:31:02] <TurtleShroom> (Which is why you need to tithe.)

[2010-11-21 16:31:03] <TurtleShroom> TWO.

[2010-11-21 16:31:22] <TurtleShroom> The preacher provides you a Biblically-based moral lesson on Sunday.

[2010-11-21 16:31:46] <TurtleShroom> I bet you noticed that Paul makes a distinction between "deacon" and "elder" as positions in the church.

[2010-11-21 16:31:51] <Triskelle3> So, like a Catholic church?

[2010-11-21 16:32:09] <TurtleShroom> Well, in Baptist churches, the position and duties of "elder" go to the preacher.

[2010-11-21 16:32:18] <TurtleShroom> Not exactly.

[2010-11-21 16:32:33] <Triskelle3> Somewhat

[2010-11-21 16:32:39] <TurtleShroom> Catholic in that you shouldn't go around questioning him. Not Catholic because he's a "brother", not a "father".

[2010-11-21 16:32:53] <TurtleShroom> However, you have the right to question him if he defies the Bible.

[2010-11-21 16:33:02] <TurtleShroom> ...-and if push comes to shove, a church can kick him out.

[2010-11-21 16:33:10] <TurtleShroom> That's a nice note about Baptist churches.

[2010-11-21 16:33:17] <Triskelle3> Yes, I don't see why they call him a "father". The Bible says "call no man father but yours that which is in heaven".

[2010-11-21 16:33:32] <TurtleShroom> When the seat of preacher is vacant, they form a "Pastor Search Committee" and seek out a preacher for the church.

[2010-11-21 16:33:34] <Triskelle3> So it's more democratic, then?

[2010-11-21 16:33:37] <TurtleShroom> MUCH MORE.

[2010-11-21 16:33:47] <TurtleShroom> Baptists believe in what's called "autonomy".

[2010-11-21 16:33:51] <Triskelle3> That makes alot more sense.

[2010-11-21 16:34:01] <TurtleShroom> The deacon, pastors, and the congregation only answer to God by coercion.

[2010-11-21 16:34:26] <TurtleShroom> They have the choice to join conventions, alliances, and companies, but there is no mandated hierarchy.

[2010-11-21 16:34:37] <TurtleShroom> Except to God.

[2010-11-21 16:34:50] <TurtleShroom> Baptist churches place heavy items on the Congregation.

[2010-11-21 16:35:06] <Triskelle3> So the internal structure (on Earth) is more of an assembly, not a government

[2010-11-21 16:35:10] <TurtleShroom> If the church needs repairs, it goes to the Masses for a vote

[2010-11-21 16:35:14] <TurtleShroom> EXACTLY.

[2010-11-21 16:35:29] <TurtleShroom> The position of pastor is to lead, the position of deacon to administer.

[2010-11-21 16:35:40] <TurtleShroom> ...-but you as a churchgoer have a huge vote.

[2010-11-21 16:35:52] <TurtleShroom> Big decisions always go "to the church".

[2010-11-21 16:35:54] <Triskelle3> I see.

[2010-11-21 16:36:08] <TurtleShroom> Baptists believe that "the church" is the group of like-minded believers that assemble in the building.

[2010-11-21 16:36:24] <TurtleShroom> Or, "the church" = "the Christians that go there".

[2010-11-21 16:36:36] <TurtleShroom> To Baptists, the building they go in is just a building.

[2010-11-21 16:37:08] <TurtleShroom> Much as the baptismal water is just water until used for a holy symbolism, so too with the church. It is the purpose of the building, not the building, that is holy.

[2010-11-21 16:37:22] <Triskelle3> Since the Holy Spirit (God) is in all born again Christians, then as the Body of Christ, they would as a majority know what's best for their Church building

[2010-11-21 16:37:23] <TurtleShroom> "The church" = "the Christians that go there".

[2010-11-21 16:37:28] <TurtleShroom> This is correct.

[2010-11-21 16:37:39] <TurtleShroom> It mainly comes from when Paul talks about disputes among brothers.

[2010-11-21 16:37:51] <TurtleShroom> In order, if you have a bone to pick with a man...

[2010-11-21 16:37:54] <TurtleShroom> You argue with him.

[2010-11-21 16:37:59] <Triskelle3> Paul and Peter used to get into it all the time with each other.

[2010-11-21 16:38:03] <TurtleShroom> Then you bring three witnesses to side with you.

[2010-11-21 16:38:12] <TurtleShroom> Then you take it to the pastor.

[2010-11-21 16:38:16] <TurtleShroom> Then you take it to the deaconate.

[2010-11-21 16:38:20] <TurtleShroom> Then the church itself.

[2010-11-21 16:38:24] <TurtleShroom> In that order.

[2010-11-21 16:38:42] <Triskelle3> Ok

[2010-11-21 16:38:47] <TurtleShroom> The deaconate and the church actually have minor arbitration abilities...

[2010-11-21 16:38:53] <TurtleShroom> ...-but don't expect to see that happen.

[2010-11-21 16:39:12] <TurtleShroom> In all my years, I've never seen any body of the church decide a dispute.

[2010-11-21 16:39:28] <TurtleShroom> Do you have any specific questions about Baptist doctrine?

[2010-11-21 16:39:34] <TurtleShroom> I can tell you most anything, really.

[2010-11-21 16:39:49] <Triskelle3> Do Baptists believe you can lose your salvation?

[2010-11-21 16:40:04] <TurtleShroom> No.

[2010-11-21 16:40:09] <Triskelle3> I believe you can't; the Bible says we are sealed to the day we die.

[2010-11-21 16:40:13] <TurtleShroom> The Bible is clear.

[2010-11-21 16:40:20] <TurtleShroom> The only way to lose your salvation is...

[2010-11-21 16:40:30] <TurtleShroom> One, to recant it by swapping or dropping your faith.

[2010-11-21 16:40:52] <Triskelle3> I shudder at the thought.

[2010-11-21 16:40:59] <TurtleShroom> Two, to commit the explicit sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit (which Jesus calls the only "unforgivable sin").

[2010-11-21 16:41:16] <Triskelle3> I feel sorry for who ever wants to lose their salvation!

[2010-11-21 16:41:25] <TurtleShroom> ...-and by the way if you're Christian, you won't do either of those.

[2010-11-21 16:41:31] <TurtleShroom> Now, one more thing on that note.

[2010-11-21 16:41:34] <TurtleShroom> Excommunication.

[2010-11-21 16:41:51] <TurtleShroom> Unlike many denominations, we still have it... -but it's rarely used.

[2010-11-21 16:41:58] <TurtleShroom> In fact, there are strict rules.

[2010-11-21 16:42:03] <TurtleShroom> I've never seen it used in my church.

[2010-11-21 16:42:24] <TurtleShroom> In 1 Corinthians, the Bible explains when to kick an "immoral brother" out.

[2010-11-21 16:42:46] <TurtleShroom> I've got a Bible on my desk now. Let me look it up.

[2010-11-21 16:43:00] <Triskelle3> Hang on, I need to use the WC

[2010-11-21 16:43:32] <TurtleShroom> Here it is. 1 orinthians 5.

[2010-11-21 16:44:12] <Triskelle3> Back

[2010-11-21 16:44:22] <TurtleShroom> 1 Corinthians 5 says that the only real means of excommunication...

[2010-11-21 16:44:31] <TurtleShroom> ...are when situations of sexual immorality occur.

[2010-11-21 16:44:45] <Triskelle3> I will look it up too; I have my Bible within reach.

[2010-11-21 16:44:58] <TurtleShroom> It's 1 Corinthians 5 if you want it.

[2010-11-21 16:45:09] <Triskelle3> Ok

[2010-11-21 16:45:31] <TurtleShroom> To sum it up, excommunication should only be used in instances of sexual immorality.

[2010-11-21 16:45:49] <TurtleShroom> I've never seen it used in my church, thankfully, but I would assume it would take a vote of the Masses.

[2010-11-21 16:46:00] <TurtleShroom> ...-but because I've never seen it, I can't say for sure.

[2010-11-21 16:46:07] <Triskelle3> 11 But now I have written unto you not to keep company, if any man that is called a brother be a fornicator, or covetous, or an idolator, or a railer, or a drunkard, or an extortioner; with such an one no not to eat. 

[2010-11-21 16:46:19] <Triskelle3> 12For what have I to do to judge them also that are without? do not ye judge them that are within? 

[2010-11-21 16:46:31] <TurtleShroom> Might I add that that verse you cited there...

[2010-11-21 16:46:31] <Triskelle3> 13But them that are without God judgeth. Therefore put away from among yourselves that wicked person.

[2010-11-21 16:46:50] <TurtleShroom> Is talking about that the church does not have the authority to judge non-members.

[2010-11-21 16:47:16] <TurtleShroom> If you're a member of the church, you're subject to it, but some guy that just walks in... shouldn't be judged.

[2010-11-21 16:47:33] <Triskelle3> "Judge not, that ye be not judged."

[2010-11-21 16:48:01] <TurtleShroom> Mine reads "12 What business is it of mine to judge those outside the church? Are you not to judge those inside? 13 God will judge those outside. Expel the wicked man from among you."

[2010-11-21 16:48:24] <TurtleShroom> Do you have other questions?

[2010-11-21 16:48:40] <Triskelle3> I have a KJV w/ Apocrypha

[2010-11-21 16:48:55] <TurtleShroom> I have NIV at my desk and NIRV as my Bible I use in church.

[2010-11-21 16:48:57] <Triskelle3> I think that just about clears it up, thanks!

[2010-11-21 16:49:02] <TurtleShroom> You're welcome.

[2010-11-21 16:49:03] <TurtleShroom> :)

[2010-11-21 16:49:06] <TurtleShroom> Remember.

[2010-11-21 16:49:14] <TurtleShroom> A denomination is only a preference.

[2010-11-21 16:49:34] <Triskelle3> Yes, God doesn't care how you worship him.

[2010-11-21 16:49:37] <TurtleShroom> Any church that believes in the Life, Teachings, Death, and Ressurection of Jesus...

[2010-11-21 16:49:50] <TurtleShroom> ...-and the subsequent Relationship with which he atoned for us with God the Father...

[2010-11-21 16:49:51] <Triskelle3> "God is a spirit; therefore worship Him in Spirit and in truth"

[2010-11-21 16:49:59] <TurtleShroom> Is a Christian church.

[2010-11-21 16:50:19] <TurtleShroom> My church has downplayed the relationship.

[2010-11-21 16:50:28] <Triskelle3> Amen. Christian: follower of Christ

[2010-11-21 16:50:33] <TurtleShroom> This is a good example of not questioning the pastor unless he defies the Bible.

[2010-11-21 16:50:46] <TurtleShroom> I mean HAS NOT downplayed the relationship!

[2010-11-21 16:50:48] <TurtleShroom> Sorry.

[2010-11-21 16:50:57] <TurtleShroom> I meant to say 'religion'.

[2010-11-21 16:51:18] <TurtleShroom> Our current pastor believes that /"it's not about the religion, it's about the relationship"/.

[2010-11-21 16:51:22] <Triskelle3> God wants Spiritual fruit, NOT Religious nuts! =)

[2010-11-21 16:51:36] <TurtleShroom> This is a good example of not questioning the pastor unless he defies the Bible.

[2010-11-21 16:51:52] <TurtleShroom> Our church elders don't like Contemporary Christian music.

[2010-11-21 16:51:58] <TurtleShroom> That is to say, the old folks.

[2010-11-21 16:52:07] <TurtleShroom> The preacher loves it.

[2010-11-21 16:52:17] <TurtleShroom> The preacher's wife also raises her hand in worship as the music plays.

[2010-11-21 16:52:22] <Triskelle3> I love it! I listen to the UKC20 every Sunday night!

[2010-11-21 16:52:27] <TurtleShroom> The old folks just stand and sing.

[2010-11-21 16:52:40] <Triskelle3> In fact, I'm listening to it now.

[2010-11-21 16:52:45] <TurtleShroom> An ex-preacher of my church explained why he doesn't like it.

[2010-11-21 16:52:57] <TurtleShroom> He says that music for God should reflect that of Isaiah.

[2010-11-21 16:53:11] <TurtleShroom> "Holy holy holy, Lord God Almighty!"

[2010-11-21 16:53:31] <TurtleShroom> He believes that God should not be deformalized.

[2010-11-21 16:53:37] <TurtleShroom> God the Father, that is.

[2010-11-21 16:53:38] <Triskelle3> Hillsong United has a song called "Holy, Holy, Holy"

[2010-11-21 16:53:45] <TurtleShroom> No, I mean the hymn.

[2010-11-21 16:54:12] <Triskelle3> I get bored when they play that really slow, durgy, music, that sounds like funeral music

[2010-11-21 16:54:24] <TurtleShroom> Bah. That's my favorite.

[2010-11-21 16:54:28] <Triskelle3> We should be happy about God, about our Salvation!

[2010-11-21 16:54:30] <TurtleShroom> I love hymns.

[2010-11-21 16:54:40] <Triskelle3> I like Southern Gospel, the fast kind.

[2010-11-21 16:54:44] <TurtleShroom> I always love singing hymns.

[2010-11-21 16:54:51] <TurtleShroom> ...-but again, preference.

[2010-11-21 16:55:08] <TurtleShroom> This is an instance where not questiong the preacher unless he defies the Bible holds the church together.

[2010-11-21 16:55:12] <Triskelle3> Ever heard of the Gaither Vocal group?

[2010-11-21 16:55:14] <TurtleShroom> Yes.

[2010-11-21 16:55:26] <Triskelle3> I love their fast songs!

[2010-11-21 16:55:47] <TurtleShroom> See, the elders 9and me) aren't to keen about deformalization. I personally /abhor/ when someone "dares" call God the Father "daddy".

[2010-11-21 16:56:09] <Triskelle3> Lol, "Daddy"

[2010-11-21 16:56:23] <TurtleShroom> I mean, God the Father is on a throne and commands authority and reverence.

[2010-11-21 16:56:33] <Triskelle3> Sounds too weird for me to call him "Daddy".

[2010-11-21 16:56:42] <TurtleShroom> Jesus, through his atonement, is our friend, our brother, and we are "co-hairs with Him".

[2010-11-21 16:56:50] <TurtleShroom> Heirs, I mean.

[2010-11-21 16:57:13] <TurtleShroom> ...-and it is He, God the Son, not God the Father, that calls for less formal mentioning and interaction.

[2010-11-21 16:57:25] <TurtleShroom> That's another note there. Baptists are VERY Trinitarian.

[2010-11-21 16:57:33] <Triskelle3> So am I.

[2010-11-21 16:57:35] <TurtleShroom> God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

[2010-11-21 16:57:43] <TurtleShroom> Seperate but one at the same time.

[2010-11-21 16:58:13] <TurtleShroom> Which is why I can call Jesus "friend" and God the Father "master" at the same time, even though I speak of the same being.

[2010-11-21 16:58:35] <TurtleShroom> ...-but back to what I said before.

[2010-11-21 16:58:41] <TurtleShroom> This is an instance where not questiong the preacher unless he defies the Bible holds the church together.

[2010-11-21 16:58:51] <Triskelle3> Amen. It's like a box, with 3 dimensions. It's one box, but it has depth, length, and width.

[2010-11-21 16:59:09] <TurtleShroom> His wife raises her hand in church as she sings, she'll close her eyes, etc.

[2010-11-21 16:59:28] <TurtleShroom> My sister has to make effort to contain dancing in the middle of morning service.

[2010-11-21 16:59:39] <TurtleShroom> Meanwhile, I just smile and sing while swaying.

[2010-11-21 16:59:51] <TurtleShroom> Partly by autism and partly by the music.

[2010-11-21 17:00:02] <Triskelle3> Here's a song I like:

[2010-11-21 17:00:02] <TurtleShroom> W eall have our own means of worship.

[2010-11-21 17:00:15] <TurtleShroom> Anyway...

[2010-11-21 17:00:39] <TurtleShroom> There is nothing in the Bible that says you CAN'T raise your hand in church, nor is there anything banning upbeat or modern music.

[2010-11-21 17:01:01] <TurtleShroom> While my preacher and the youth prefer these forms, the elders stand back with their reverence and hymns. I stand with the elders.

[2010-11-21 17:01:09] <TurtleShroom> Yet, we never bring thsi to the preacher.

[2010-11-21 17:01:20] <TurtleShroom> We don't question his preferences.

[2010-11-21 17:01:28] <TurtleShroom> It doesn't conflict the Bible.

[2010-11-21 17:01:36] <TurtleShroom> ...-and therefore, we can not debate with our shepherd.

[2010-11-21 17:01:48] <TurtleShroom> That's how it works, Triskelle, the whole don't question thing.

[2010-11-21 17:02:09] <TurtleShroom> We all have our disagreements and preferences. However, we all believe in the same thing.

[2010-11-21 17:02:22] <TurtleShroom> From the wrinkly cane-toting man to the newly-saved teenager, we all believe in Jesus.

[2010-11-21 17:02:40] <TurtleShroom> How we worship Him varies by age, and either one probably won't like the other.

[2010-11-21 17:02:45] <TurtleShroom> The preacher will take a side, too.

[2010-11-21 17:02:48] <TurtleShroom> We all do.

[2010-11-21 17:02:53] <TurtleShroom> ...-but it doesn't split us.

[2010-11-21 17:03:01] <TurtleShroom> ...-because it's not a Biblical matter.

[2010-11-21 17:03:09] <TurtleShroom> One thing you'll see real fast, my brother...

[2010-11-21 17:03:18] <TurtleShroom> people who have strongly differing preferences from you.

[2010-11-21 17:03:36] <TurtleShroom> Baptists are notorious for polarizing and dividing themselves on trivial things...

[2010-11-21 17:04:02] <TurtleShroom> ...-and as my pastor always says, /"How many churches have fallen to the color of the carpet?!"/ .

[2010-11-21 17:04:39] <TurtleShroom> On the subject of the pastor, I told about the shepherd stuff. This is an important thing to note.

[2010-11-21 17:04:47] <TurtleShroom> Unless he defies the bible, ALWAYS respect your pastor.

[2010-11-21 17:05:10] <TurtleShroom> Call him by his last name (be it Mister, Reverend, or Brother), and don't be rude to him.

[2010-11-21 17:05:44] <TurtleShroom> Your preacher is your spiritual guide. He is in his position, ordained by God, and what he speaks should be coming from the Holy Spirit with him as a mouthpiece.

[2010-11-21 17:06:16] <TurtleShroom> The preacher is a chosen leader, and the Bible makes note that preachers are to be respected and listened to.

[2010-11-21 17:06:34] <TurtleShroom> When he preaches on Sunday, he is communicating through the Holy Spirit.

[2010-11-21 17:07:05] <TurtleShroom> My pastor has talked about "well, I WAS going to preach on this, but God kept calling my back to this verse"...

[2010-11-21 17:07:24] <TurtleShroom> Baptist preachers believe that they don't write sermons.

[2010-11-21 17:07:34] <TurtleShroom> God /tells/ them what to write.

[2010-11-21 17:07:58] <TurtleShroom> Led by the Holy Spirit, they compile a moral lesson that God believes the congregation should hear.

[2010-11-21 17:08:32] <TurtleShroom> A Baptist preacher is supposed to be very connected to God. He is supposed to pray to Him whenever he drafts up a sermon for guidance, and continue praying on Sunday until it is time.

[2010-11-21 17:09:03] <TurtleShroom> For how can a preacher preach without God? That's his JOB, to communicate a Biblical message to his flock.

[2010-11-21 17:10:00] <TurtleShroom> A preacher is supposed to be a moral example for the church, to be a leader, and to be a teacher. ...-but remember, you call him "brother", not "father"... that's a Baptist thing that I believe stems from "you have no father but your Father in Heaven".

[2010-11-21 17:10:24] <TurtleShroom> Al right, it seems that you have left.

[2010-11-21 17:10:31] <TurtleShroom> I'll copy and paste this into your talk page for you.

[2010-11-21 17:10:45] <TurtleShroom> Have a glorious day, and I hope you find the church you seek.

-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) HEY YOU DANG WOODCHUCKS; QUIT CHUCKIN' MAH WOOD!! I DOMINATE! ――–――――― 22:21, 21 November 2010 (UTC)



Triskelle, is this true?! What happened?!

-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) HEY YOU DANG WOODCHUCKS; QUIT CHUCKIN' MAH WOOD!! As I always say... ――–――――― 00:27, 23 November 2010 (UTC)

RE: Irish financial crisis[edit]


Wait, so Irish politics has a mean of federal-level recall? That is to say, enough signatures of the angry Masses can force another ballot? Or, is a motion of confidence like our impeachment, in which a politician guilty of "high crimes and misdemeanors" can be stripped of office and kicked to the curb by legislative trial?

In filing motion of no confidence, does this force your head of state (LOL at Chief Leprechaun) to step down, or to run for election prematurely? Will this motion receive the needed votes, and does it require a supermajority to engage in, or does a fifty one percent "aye" instate it?

Upon recall of the Taiosearch, what will happen next? How long can the satte go without a Taiosearch, and how in the universe does said head of state have the authority to dissolve a legislature? How is such power handed to one man (or woman)?

Where I come from, the legislature can not be dissolved or removed by the President. A Congressman can not be fired by anyone but their constituents. On the flip side, a President can convene the Congress, that is, call it to lawmaking qurom for a needed session, but he can't stop them from convening on their legislated meeting dates.

Why exactly is your Taiosearch taking the fall for this bailout? I have no idea where the balence of power falls in a parliamentary system as yours, but it seems that your legislature hold more power than the rest of the branches combined. Why then, is it the Taiosearch's downfall and not the Dail's? Is he connected to the legislature, or is he more like our president?

The parties you referenced, Fail and Green... what exactly do you mean by when you say the Taiosearch runs a "Fail/Green" government? Is this to say that the head of state's power is rested on the majority party? How can two parties share a majority?

Where I come from, only one party can have a majority. In our lower house, that would be the Republicans: they control the House- our lower branch -by a majority (meaning more than 51%), and the minority Democrats are out of luck for now.

I am assuming Ireland has more than three viable parties. Here, we've got Demcorats, Republicans, and Libertarians. The third one has never held an extremely high office, instead garnering one million votes in a single election as the most ever. So, actually, we're a two-party system. So, this Green Party and the Fail Party... combined, do they hold fifty one percent of your Congress, the Dail? Or, are they in some sort of strange alliance or voting bloc to oppose the other parties?

It seems you're going to need to explain who does what in your country, because I am confused as to why the Taiosearch is receiving a vote of no confidence if the Dail is the one that crafted the bailout... -and if the EU has the authority to veto any Irish legislative action, what have they done here to make the mess? Indeed, it's the government's fault, but to whose does the blame fall?

I apologize for making you explain the absolute basics of Irish politics (I'm sure a school kid could tell me how this works) in order to teach me about a bank bailout, but your government and mine are radically different.

You see, where I come from, it's cut and dry. Our bank bailout worked like this:
  • The banks began to collapse because the housing market was mandated to hand out high-risk loans for big mansions to any hobo that walked in and asked for it. They couldn't pay, and the foreclosures began, knocking first the real estate agency, then the service market, and pulling the banks- who couldn't collect the loans -with them, which was when the Feds stepped in to bail them out.
  • As the banks collapsed, Congress began to draft an appropriations bill. An approproations bill is a bill that permits government money to be spent. This bill was to go to the banks. It passed.
    • Literally, our bailout was a loan. The banks were ordered to pay it back (and they actually are returning it!). Already, AIG has given back four billion of its debt.
  • All bills passed by Congress go to the President for his Signature, making the bill a law.

In the United States, lawmaking is simple. Even though it's sort of pokey to fight back and forth in two houses and wait for one man to scrawl his name, it keeps our government accountable in my eyes. To Congress to committe to debate to passage to President.

This is why I'll need a quick run of Irish politics to understand your plight. Your system is radically different from mine, so you're going to have to start with the basics.

If this isn't possible, I'll try and look at it myself.

Have a glorious day.

-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) Dubya dubya dubya dot... As I always say... ――–――――― 01:30, 24 November 2010 (UTC)

P.S.: Banks can be responsible with their loans. While AIG was stupid in using theirs as bonuses to executives (STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID), they turned around and began to pay, which is nice. I have confidence in banks because my father is a banker. Although, I will never hesitate to point out that he works at a credit union, which is small and NOT a bank. (In fact, credit unions thrive mainly because of the distrust in for-profit banks. Indeed, my father calls his for-profit counterparts "fat cats" and feels that the banking system shouldbe catered towards the people, hence his job and all credit union's one-man-one-vote doctrine.)
P.S.S.: If you ever need to get a bank account, and you will, go for the credit union. They are more accountable, smaller, non-profit, and perform most of the services of a bank... -but remember that they can't broker stocks, bonds, or certificates of deposit. They can loan, deposit, withdraw, check, and run credit, but not much else. Now is a better time than ever to back away from the banking system and embrace your small time credit union. Both occupations are called bankers, but the only similarities are the money, the name, and the suits.
P.S.S.S.: To learn more about credit unions, ask me.

RE: RE: Economic bailout[edit]

Okay; NOW it makes sense.

So the bank you're bailing out isn't an Irish bank? If that's the case, then indeed, you're giving the shirt off your back and the shoes off your leprechauns.

In America, the banks we saved were American. I feel sympathy for you and your people if you have to bail out someone who isn't your own.

Also, your call for a debt-free Irish Pound (I see you like to go old school, good for you) would require an abolition- or nationalization, your choice -of whatevery your equivalent of the Federal Reserve System is. ike my people, yours seem to have their money supply regulated by a semi-privatized banking service of questionable motive.

I'm not a big Federal Reserve fan. While I disagree with conspirators when they say that they're purposely bankrupting and messing us up by printing money for us (the Mint is under the FRS) and then making our government buy it at interest, I do agree that it needs a proper audit. While some audit features are in place, there hasn't been a complete and total audit since 1913, when the system was created.

Where I come from, the Federal Reserve's purpose in law was to regulate and prevent inflation, and loan money to banks that fail- that's the Reserve, they keep reserves of money set aside for that exact purpose -to ensure that they don't go out of business (and take every customer's checking account with them). That was their purpose. However, both conspirators and sane men note that they're doing more than that. My problem with the FRS isn't so much that it exists (though removing it would be nice), but that it exists in secrecy. A group vested with our money supply should not be able to hide what it does with it. The FRS needs transparency.

Our Constitution says this about our money.

[Congres shall have the Power] To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures;

[Congres shall have the Power] To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and current Coin of the United States;
— Article One, Section Eight, United States Constitution

Anti-FRS arguements state that by delegating power the power to "regulate the power" of our money to the Federal Reserve System, they are breaking the Constitution's decree, quoted above, that only they can do that. Only Congress can regulate money and its value, the argue. ("Coin" in that clause refers to creating money denominations, not printing it. The Mint is constituional because it makes the actual coins, but doesn't "coin" the coins.)

As an American, I'm not too fond of government going where it doesn't belong. However, I believe that the creation of money and maintenance of currency is a responsibility of government, like paving roads, making schools, or defending the nation, and therefore, only the government should handle it.

To note, abolishing the Federal Reserve won't abolish the bank saving systems that prevent bank runs and bank failures like the FDIC. It also won't abolish banks or credit unions. It just takes the power of controlling money from the bankers. So too with your case, if you give the power of currency back to your Dail or whoever is vested with it, you won't be harming banks, just stabilizing your currency.

Oh, and one last thing... in America, our banks needed to be bailed. As sad as it is, a bank that big has so many people's life savings, pension, accounts, and deposits, that if it went bankrupt, it would impovish a lot of people!

George Bush said it best:

I've abandoned free-market principles to save the free-market system.
— George W. Bush

As sad as it is, we needed that bank bailout.

Now, a for the CARS...

— The Masses, on the auto industry bailout

I will never understand why we needed to bailout GM.

-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) Dubya dubya dubya dot... As I always say... ――–――――― 18:50, 25 November 2010 (UTC)

RE: End times[edit]

Someone has seriously done their research!

However, consider these rebuttals. Excluding the WMDs, all of the signs you referenced have happened or have been happening for centuries.

  • There will be progress made toward a global government.
    • Nazi Europe, the French Empire, the UN, USSR, the League of Nations, and those New World Order schemes have plaugued us for at least seventy years. Many have sought to rule the world. The EU is but one, and the second-most successful (the first being Soviet Russia). That's just the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
      • BONUS: If the NWO must have ties to the original Roman Empire, get this: the Nazi eugenic plan was led by the so-called "Aryan" race, considered descendents of the Roman empire. Remember that Hitler was the "THIRD Reich". One of those OTHER Reichs was ROME, the other a large German empire called the Holy ROMAN Empire. The EU does not have any ties to Rome except instating Italy as a part of it. The Vatican, which is at the heart of Rome and right where the empire was ruled, is not Eurozone to my knowledge.
    • The Bible specifically states that the Beast will conquer the entire planet, BAR NOTHING. In fact, that "Antichrist" is called the "prophet" in the Bible. He acts for the actual Beast. The "prophet" is given power by the actual Beast to perform miracles and animate statues. The Beast itself will be the head of state, the "prophet" his sidekick.
  • The capability will exist for an army of 200 million soldiers to be formed.
    • This has been the case since the 1940s, and there are probably over two hundred million soldiers in our world. Combining every armed force on the earth under One World Order.
  • Technology will exist capable of tracking the world's population, finances.
    • A bit tricky, but doable in 1999 if wanted.
      • BONUS! The "mark of the beast" could be an implanted chip on a human, a compulsory barcode, a wristband, or a piece of removable technology mistaken for a mark by a primitive first century viewer. Remember who saw these visions. It is written that "no man shall be able to buy or sell without the Mark of the Beast on them", and easily, the Mark could be what I mentioned if it was made compulsory.
    • However, this would require coercion and servitude. In the United States, that is banned under our Thirteenth Amendment. The New World Order prophesized would need to somehow convince the public that they NEED the Mark of the Beast. It can't just make them, because the Bible says they will choose to don it, or die. Many countries abolished the death penalty. The NWO would also need to make that back: by decapitation, no less!
  • There will be signs Earth's environment is in trouble
    • In the 1970s, it was global cooling. In the 1890s, global warming. 200s, back to global warming.
  • There will be wars and rumours of war.
    • Where to begin? How about since the dawn of time? Or, more recently: THE COLD WAR.
  • Many Christians and church doctrines will depart from the faith.
    • Catholics once cited the Protestant Reformation as that very thing. The Church of England called the Puritans that very thing. We call the Mormons that very thing. The Jehovah Witness is a cult.
  • There will be signs in the heavens.
    • Look up the past lunar eclipses, comets, and other instances of celestial wonder.
  • Wonders in the earth.
    • Pompeii, Krakatoa (1800s), Mount Saint Helens (1980s), Yellowstone National Park (the whole thing is one big dormant volcano due to explode).
  • Israel will be surrounded on every side by enemies.
    • Since Israel escaped Egypt (1000s BC).
  • The possession of Jerusalem will be the source of international conflict.
    • Since the Crusades of the 1200s! Even earlier, when the Jews settled Caanan!
  • The world will be desperately seeking peace.
    • Since the League of Nations, 1930.
    • You could also count most any treaty and summit in the past thousand years.
  • Earthquakes will be occurring globally.
    • San Francisco. 1906. 1970s Alaskan fjord tsunami (world's highest). Island landslides in 2004. Latin America, twentieth century.
  • There will be warfare all over the globe.
    • In all of known history, only a total of less than 225 years have ever seen no major skirmish. World peace has never existed.
    • After the Black Death (bubonic plague pandemic), Europe's map was completely rewritten and warfare scattered the serfs all over.
  • Mankind will have the capability to destroy all life on the planet.
    • Since 1945.
  • Deadly diseases will be rampant.
    • You think our little AIDs issue is a problem? Two words: BUBONIC PLAGUE. People thought Revelation was dawning there.
  • Mankind will deny God once flooded the earth.
    • O_O
    • You should have seen my face (O_O) when you specifically cited that in the Bible. I can't believe that's actually directly referenced.
      • Since the 1960s.

You're also forgetting the last ingrediant: a complete and total collapse of any and all remaining human morality That's not going to happen in my lifetime.

We still have enough anti-slave measures, gay marriage bans, prostitution criminalization, incest barrings, temperance, moderation, fetish curbing, crackdowns on human trafficking, pure acts of kindness, charity, outlawing of decapitation, freedom of religion, porn bans, and "just say no to drugs" to prevent the Messiah from returning for now. In my lifetime, I'll probably have to see gay marriage and other gay rights come to pass, and if I'm really unlucky, national sanctioning/legalization of both abortion and prostitution... -but EVEN THEN, there will STILL be good in mankind, somewhere.

It'll take generations after me to completely dissolve all morality as we know it. THAT is a specified requirement. Mark 13, I believe, has some of the requirements for Revelation.

Triskelle, you and I both anticipate the day we shall see our Lord's face. We each want to enjoy the Beatific Vision and live eternally in Paridise with our Father. We each see signs of the end every day and believe that Jesus Christ of Nazareth will return sometime.

HOWEVER, remember that folks have been crying doomsday in the peak of the Black Death, at 1000 AD, 1666 AD, 2000 AD, 2012 AD, 06/06/06 AD, the 1940s, during the Cuban Missile Crisis, and in any huge social collapse... -but we as mankind pulled through without the Messiah coming back.

Triskelle, rest easy: no man knows the day nor the hour. I don't think He's returning any time soon. Jesus COULD if the Father wants Him to, but by the prophecies and ancient scriptures, I doubt that it's within my lifetime. It COULD BE, though, so "always be watchful", because it'll come when you least expect it, "like a thief in the night, in a blink of an eye".

Your Brother in Christ,
-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) Dubya dubya dubya dot... As I always say... ――–――――― 03:08, 29 November 2010 (UTC)

P.S.: Enter politics when you're old enough and try to save Ireland! You're a bright and (now) holy man with smart ideas and patriotism to spare! The world needs good men like you to rise up!


This is how I understood it, so no one correct this or hold me to any of it:

"On the official yet off site forums, a bunch of users led by Agent Johnson (The Leader), decided that a shakeup of the admins was needed. Without calling an offical on site vote, one of them (AJ ceapaim) began a promotion and demotion spree. TS saw this, and had a bit of a rant, and used some language that was most unlike him. He later apologised for that, but was still angry. AJ then banned him for one day, for repromotin people. Then I arived, confused. I was annoyed that had demoted lots of peeps and promoted himself. This left a bad taste in my mouth. TS unbanned himself, and repromoted me. And then there was many IRC arguments and the like."

That's all I know. --Sheep|No junk mail please! (Better sig soon!) 12:25, 1 December 2010 (UTC)

Excuse me...[edit]

It has come to my attention that there are several redlinks in Twilight and Shadow. Can you please fix these? Oh, and that Lilyglove charachter was a really good one. Can you please remake it? I could help you once you remake it.--XTUX is on teh job! 02:27, 3 December 2010 (UTC)

P.S. Keep up your epicness! We're going to need it if we can survive.

Excuse me...[edit]

It has come to my attention that there are several redlinks in Twilight and Shadow. Can you please fix these? Oh, and that Lilyglove charachter was a really good one. Can you please remake it? I could help you once you remake it.--XTUX is on teh job! 02:27, 3 December 2010 (UTC)

P.S. Keep up your epicness! We're going to need it if we can survive.


I think Lilyglove was deleted on the old wiki, so I can't import it, as my admin powers on this wiki aren't avalible on the old wiki.--XTUX is on teh job! 02:38, 3 December 2010 (UTC)

HP Lore[edit]

Hey, I saw that you were revamping some of the old High Penguin lore. I was wondering if I could help out by making some pictures and other stuff. That okay? --Austin8310 16:07, 4 December 2010 (UTC)

About today's IRC meeting[edit]

Hey, Triskelle, I have some questions about today's IRC meeting:

  1. 1: Where is this IRC channel located?
  1. 2: Should I get there early?

I believe that is all. Thank you for your time. Happy New Year From Ponyo Fan! 17:59, 28 December 2010 (UTC)

Happy New Year[edit]

Happy new year, Triskelle!

I just wanted to pop in and tell you that Snowzerland has withdrawled from occupying Freezeland and the Viking Empire as of November 2010. Thus, I gave it back to you since you have you are free to continue the great nation on your own. Swiss Ninja is not going to invade Freezeland any time soon anyways...not unless if you wanted them to. BTW, I also used King Triskelle in my story Travelling All of Antarctica since he came to greet the Hochstadt Travelers.

-User:Swiss Ninja

Acutally, i saw the coup story taht you wrote, so you are saying that SN invades Freezeland again in 2014?

-User:Swiss Ninja

I was banned because of a silly thing I said. i was a little upset about being demoted because of that mass demotion thing. I got upset, and i wanted to rebel. I then wanted to take over the wiki, a plan that would never work and a plan that I wouldn't do, but I said it anyways because i was really angry. The users took taht seriously and eventually boom, a battle for the bans occured. I'm serious, if you look at the block log, you will see taht I am the ONLY person who was banned on the wiki. It truely is embarrassing....and not only taht, the first two times were made by Dan because he mistook me for a walrus, but later that day he found me innocent. Now these guys kept fighting about my ban length, which ranged from infinite, to 10,000 years to a couple months to two weeks. Obviously, I have been overwhelmed by this, but eventually I was freed today, New Years Eve. Meanwhile my absence, I was talking with EternalMagma and Iceflower over skype, and I discovered some music that I liked. Anyways, I'm back and i'm going to hopefully make new and better stories for this coming year. I hope for the best!

Happy New years!

ps. I lost my admin powers for some reason, so please disregard the signature. I'm going to update it real soon.

--User:Swiss Ninja Come Talk to me. I'll Respond....Eventually.Swiss Siggy Bureau.png 05:24, 1 January 2011 (UTC)


I recommend you go on right now; the meeting's about to start. ----Icmer In Nyc (Just Tell Me!) 18:51, 1 January 2011 (UTC)

Your plans[edit]

So then, can I have a general idea on your plans for the future of Freezeland, King Triskelle, his children, and the involvement with the Snoss?

--Swiss Ninja Signature.png User Talk SN.png 01:42, 2 January 2011 (UTC)

Mwa Mwa Problem?[edit]


-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) SNIGGLEBARF! LAUNDRY APARTHEID! ――–――――― 02:39, 8 January 2011 (UTC)

RE: Twilight and Shadow[edit]

Triskelle, as in the past, you have won the Internet with your work. I especially like the Mwa Mwa Penguin bit, that was quite funny, and the Queen's wit was a bonus. - "Has never been pwicked."/"I can see why." | "-and this is why Freezeland is an anti-Mwa Mwa state." - Genius! I also like some vague Fourth Wall references, especially with Ocapus, and your references to the Nachos and the ACP. For these, I commend you.

However, what I really wanted to see was the Dorkugal speech and the nerd's reaction. You never did write that part. What will Ocapus or a minion do when they get on stage? What was the speech he was going to deliver? How will Dorkugal be freed? Will CEO Stevens ever receive commendation from a fellow king (Triskelle) for his bravery against Malcur and Ocapus?

Also, you said that you'd enjoy "my additions". What exactly do you want me to do?

-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) Oh biscuits. HI AL GORE! ――–――――― 00:27, 14 January 2011 (UTC)

Avatar: The Last Airbender[edit]

You like it do you? Well so do I! Actually, that's quite a coincidence that I had to read that today, 24th January. I actually bought the live-action movie today in a Blu-Ray and DVD pack. I was lucky enough to watch the Blu-Ray one on a plasma screen television, so it looked just great! So have you seen the new The Last Airbender movie? What did you think of it if you did? --Happy Too does not wear a tootoo! 11:37, 24 January 2011 (UTC)

On your Religion[edit]

Me and TS have this discussion going on on about our various beliefs (It's on the Forums, Private Messages.)

I just received a glitch message from Wikia showing some old edits to watched pages of mine, and one of them was your "Jesus Loves You!" page. I was surprised to learn you consider the Second Creation to be literal. Co-incidentally, me and TS are just discussing that.

Then I saw some other messages, from Mexitric (or however that's spelled. You know the one.) Apparently they're a Buddhist, and they were asking you some slightly disrespectful and odd questions, but all in all quite OK, I thought. Then SN came along, and was quite ridiculous. He abused Mec-thingy, partly for supporting my old Demon Penguin article, which he seemed to despise for some quasi-religious reason, and partly just for being a Buddhist. Then he went on about ignoring advice regarding religion, in case it is somehow tainted. All slightly disturbing. However, guessing that you had not joined him in bigotry, I decided to contact you, to invite you into My/TS's discussions.

(This wasn't a new idea. TS suggested I set up a similar dialog with you before, and I had been planning to ask you some Q's anyway, I really don't know much about your faith since conversion.)

Then I arrived on your Talk, here, to find TS refuting some clichéd, Revelation-based, apocalyptic arguments of yours. Now, Revelation, and Apocalypse-related arguments in general, are something of a hobby of mine. So your arguments were depressingly familiar (please don't be offended by my condescending tone. I'm all too used to feeling superior to cultists, "rapture-ready" types and so on. Not that you are any of those. Or that there's any thing wrong with ... well, OK, if you are one of those, there IS something wrong with it, but not with you. Obviously.)

So, basically, would you mind discussing your beliefs with me? (hopefully not arguing, at least not yet.) As I already pointed out to TS, I'm unlikely to be convinced, but if you have anything with scientific evidence - flood geology, say, or Intelligent Design - I am absolutely open to it. I try, anyway. Religious matters, less so, but still. I'm sure TS would simply love it if you saved a soul in your first year of Christianity (I'm already a Christian, mind, so it won't be easy.) But TS mentioned you as having an impressive grasp of scripture and theology (at least I think that's what he meant) so I may be biting off more than I can chew.

Anyway, I'm basically asking you to join our discussion. It's really barely begun, we haven't even agreed on a list of topics yet, but I can send you the backlog if you like.

Please say 'NO' on my talk, or PM me. Whatever.


Please respond[edit]

I left a role-play invitation on your character's talk a while ago for my Expedition 3FR00TS story, but you never responded. Perhaps you never noticed, but now I need your word to use your character or not. ----Icmer In Nyc The best way to eat pie is to throw it at someone's face. My contributions 17:55, 6 February 2011 (UTC)



I made a big Archet tale for you at AJEL v. State!!!

It is part of a project to write all about Archet's lousy political situation. I hope that you and I can work together on that and write a good story. I have always wanted to work alongside you once more, and this is it! Read that article thoroughly and tell me what you think!!


-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) He had the gall to write his name on my mother! ...-but forget about that. Now we shall make play by doing the typing of the articles, yah! ――–――――― 02:38, 15 February 2011 (UTC)


...-and the winner is....



...-and you got what you wanted, my friend.

Fail lost FIFTY NINE SEATS in your legislature.

Labor, Gael, and Fein seem to be joining in a Coalition. Gael has enough to sweep a majority already, with a little help from Labor. New Vision and United Left seem to have gained one seat and five seats, respectively!

Your Prime Minister (Taoiseach?) is apparently going to be a Gael, with coalition from Labor and Fein.

Now for the big question.


--† TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!! †  :)  :) Infidels don't know 'bout my nukes. I have OFFICIALLY DECIDED that poet Anne Sexton is emo. ――–――――― 02:42, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

P.S.: Is this election happening because the legislature No Confidenced the Fail? Or, does Ireland have a normal election in 2011? When Parliament is dissolved, what exactly does that mean? Is it literal, in that the legislators lose their jobs and have to run for election again? Or, is it a term for ceasing lawmaking?
P.P.S.: You're not moving out of Ireland, ARE YOU? O_O

Did you ever get this message? How could you miss it when it's THIS BIG? *makes gesture expressing the size of the message* -- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) Infidels don't know 'bout my nukes. I have OFFICIALLY DECIDED that poet Anne Sexton is emo. ――–――――― 23:43, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

RE: Error[edit]


Triskelle, I don't think that CP is pandering to the Mwa Mwa base. Correction, THEY'RE NOT.

See, I can recognize Moderators and I know their names by heart.

So, unless you see...

  • Rsnail
  • Gizmo
  • Happy77
  • Billybob
  • Or those listed on CP's staff page(s), then any penguin you see with the Badge is using it illegitimately. CP lists its moderators, and if they do not, you can ask them through the tech support. That penguin isn't on there.

That's not a Moderator, and if it wasm why didn't you show us his or her Player Card, so that the badge is in plain sight?

Penguins don't wear bras, so you're not seeing a bra strap, ya ding-dong.

I'm a well-seasoned censor. I'm looking through the Catalog for indecency as I type.


Do you speak of the item on the cover?

What you're seeing isn't a bra. It's a tank-top with a purple veil wrapped around it. Look down from the "straps" and where the penguin's coin purse lies. That is part of the thing you saw. You just overreacted, friend, that's a full shirt with a shawl-like thing around it.

It's not slutty in the slightest, and if you think CP's officially E-rated clothing selection is unholy, then I worry for you. After all, the professional censors certified the game as for all ages.

Mwa Mwa Penguins are not part of the game, and they do get banned when reported.

It's like that time you saw the Rapture in the EU. Be careful before you jump to conclusions! Don't end up like me!

-- TurtleShroom™! Jesus Loves You and Died for You!!  :)  :) Life's a bowl of cherries, and nobody's merrier than me! GOVERNOR SCOTT WALKER IS TEH ÜBERZ ――–――――― 01:22, 8 March 2011 (UTC)

Great Darktonian Pie War[edit]

Sorry, internet broke out and I disconnected from IRC so I'll write it here.

Basically, since my year old secret is out in the open you are now able to claim GDPW and Darktan as yours. I trust them in your hands. I have no use for GDPW or Darktan or any of the Darktan army articles anymore, so I give them all to you. That means yes you are allowed to change GDPW, Darktan, or whatever you see fit. Zone 02:11, 15 March 2011 (UTC)

Triskelle, I made a video for you[edit]


Join the club --THE SHEEP! |FIGHTTHEPOWER! Crazy sheep.gif (Stuff I did and stuff) 15:09, 18 April 2011 (UTC)

Political Compass[edit]

  • Where I stand: [1]
  • Closest to: no one, but Kevin Rudd is exactly at my Y-axis and far off my X, while Ehud Olmert matches my X but misses my Y.

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Eurovision Parody[edit]

Yes, I have definitely heard of the Eurovision Contest; I liked the one from Belarus from whatever year it was. I do like the idea of a parody, but instead of calling it Antarcticvision lets call it something like Freerovision or Something but that could work too. So all the contestant countries will be like the parodee; all the AU, Freezeland, Dorkugal, East Pengolia, and the MAI. Since we dont have a Azerbaijan parody, we'll have the host city this year be in the MAI. Sounds good?

--Swiss Ninja Signature.png User Talk SN.png 15:39, 11 March 2012 (UTC)


The wiki is doing outstanding! We've abolished COC, and replaced it with Project:Policy. Fanon is no longer the black sheep of the CPWN, instead it is CP Shops Wiki.

We have 2 network staff representatives, Agent Johnson and me. Activity is high, and we're working on getting even more users via the partner system. We've also seen the return of old users, like AeroNachos, Zone, and Speeddasher. Currently, Swiss and I are away, so PenblooeR is the temp bcrat. --Happyface(talk|blog|contribs) 03:37, 14 July 2012 (UTC)


Hi. --Unknown4|Talk 03:39, 14 July 2012 (UTC)


If you could, get on. I'd like to talk to you again! :) --Happyface(talk|blog|contribs) 04:04, 15 July 2012 (UTC)