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Ezio (756 D)
Mon 16 Jan UTC
aaron rodgers is a god
I told everyone
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WyattS14 (5 D)
Sun 15 Jan UTC
Med Game
http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=189125 This game is with 2 other friends of mine, and we couldn't get a full group together. We are in no way metagaming. The password is lollol
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WyattS14 (5 D)
Sun 15 Jan UTC
Posting password games in forum?
Was wondering if I could post a game's password I'm playing with two other friends in the forum? Two others couldn't join last minute
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Matticus13 (352 D)
Thu 12 Jan UTC
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Best way to learn code
I want to learn how to code, but am having trouble deciding where to start. Their are many free resources, online classes, boot camps, etc. I would prefer to teach myself, but lack the knowledge to know what language I should be learning first and so on. Any tips from the experienced code writers here on WebDip?
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taos (279 D)
Sun 15 Jan UTC
what happens when to fleets convoy the same army to the same point?
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snowy801 (283 D)
Sun 15 Jan UTC
Stalemate Gaming
Is there a rule against holding a stalemate indefinitely even though the situation is clear? I think he's hoping the rest of us give up and leave, which if it isn't against the rules yet then it should be.

http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=189100
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CAPT Brad (1129 D (B))
01 Jan 17 UTC
The Captain Will See You Now
I am starting my first long term gameID=187773 PM me for the password. It is one day turns and requires an eighty for reliability.
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zultar (3900 D Mod (P))
Thu 12 Jan UTC
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Removing Known World and Keeping World
See inside.
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CommanderByron (333 D (S))
Wed 04 Jan UTC
PPSC discussion thread:
I don't particularly care for PPSC. But saw that another thread was having this discussion as a sidebar and thought it fair to start a discussion thread. There is reasonable support for PPSC and regardless of the majority opinion the minority's should be heard.
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WyattS14 (5 D)
Sat 14 Jan UTC
Phantasmagoria?
I'm a little confused as to how you would use the word phantasmagorical/phantasmagoria/etc. I understand the words meaning, but would it be used as a negative connotation or positive connotation?
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Jamiet99uk (82 D (B))
Fri 13 Jan UTC
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Abolish Sum-Of-Squares scoring
Ok, so I understand some people don't like PPSC and don't want it back. I disagree. BUT let's talk about SOS instead. It's a terrible scoring system and is directly contrary to the rulebook.
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CptMike (1715 D)
Sat 14 Jan UTC
New varant porposal -> µVariant
I was wondering if the following Variant was not "easy" to develop and it brings a crazy number of exciting possibilities...
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Sandman99 (90 D)
Thu 12 Jan UTC
Where my Libertarians at?
Just wondering if I have any fellow Libertarians on this god-forsaken website
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VashtaNeurotic (949 D)
Fri 13 Jan UTC
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New Scoring System Proposal
I don’t know if this has been suggested but:
1. In draws have everyone alive share the pot equally (As they should because SoS is garbage)
2. In a solo, the soloist gains a portion of the pot equal to 18* divided by the number of centers controlled by the soloist or survivors (but not neutral centers or those of resigned powers) and the survivors split the remainder proportionally based on their center count.
*Or however many
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Chaqa (2839 D (B))
Fri 13 Jan UTC
Known World Realistic Speed
gameID=188977

7 days/phase to imitate how long it used to take messengers to move around. Let's do this thing. Rulebook press just to speed it up a little, and because why not
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LeonWalras (670 D Mod)
Mon 09 Jan UTC
ADVERTISE YOUR 1v1 GAMES HERE!
Is that the kind of thing that you think you might be into?
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David E. Cohen (100 D)
Thu 12 Jan UTC
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From the Creator of Known World 901
I guess I need to look in on this site more often!
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Rabid Acid Badger (98 D)
Fri 13 Jan UTC
Really want to test new map
Excites about this new map
http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=188972 password 901109
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leon1122 (188 D)
Thu 12 Jan UTC
Trump News Conference Discussion Thread
https://youtu.be/SUyAk0bYps0
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Randomizer (492 D)
Sat 07 Jan UTC
Trump wants US to pay to Build the Wall
http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/05/politics/border-wall-house-republicans-donald-trump-taxpayers/?iid=ob_article_footer_expansion

Trump wants US to pay for his wall and then try to bill Mexico for it.
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DammmmDaniel (93 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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Obama's Farewell Speech
I am a Diehard Republican believe it or not WepDip. But Obama's speech tonight has helped me realize many things tonight......

DammmmDaniel (93 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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He was a great president. I am more than willing to put aside my political differences to acknowledge just how much Obama has contributed to this country. Whether or not we believe in the policies that he preached; that he enacted... he did it for the greater good. President Obama has done his best to help ALL Americans prosper in what he thought would be the best way possible.

In his speech tonight he put aside party differences (except for subtle jabs that would've existed anyways). He pulled together a heart wrenching speech that really helped me see just what HE was striving to accomplish as a person. it really helped me realize just why President Obama did what he did. I still am and probably always be a Republican, but Obama's speech tonight has helped me gain a new-found sense of respect for the Republican party and Obama personally.

His respect for his wife his staff and his daughters was deep and emotional. He showed that despite his 8 years in office he still found parenting to be the greatest honor ever.

The Obama that I witnessed tonight was one that may have existed from the beginning but I only saw just right now. Maybe it is the fact that this was the first president that I saw existing from office, but I really truly have gained a newfound sense of respect for the man.

I guess what I am really trying to say is that I can proudly say that I am glad that President Obama served for these past 8 years. He may not have been the president that I personally wanted but he did a damn good job.

Thoughts?Opinions?
leon1122 (188 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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#fuckObama
WyattS14 (5 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Very constructed speech. Well done Leon. I am impressed... an obvious step up from your other posts
leon1122 (188 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Behind that mask of charisma is a dark and evil heart.
DemonOverlord (439 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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leon said DARK, just because he's black. smh. racist
WyattS14 (5 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
How dare you bring up a color in a WebDip thread. This deserves an instant ban
DammmmDaniel (93 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Mods I want to report Leon on the grounds of racism please.
On a more serious note why do my threads always serve as a rallying point for immaturity....
I <3 it
slypups (650 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Nice thoughts DD, giving respect to an impressive leader. Although I'm not a Trump fan, I hope he can do the same to move the country forward and improve the lot of Americans overall. Not optimistic, but still hoping he'll succeed.
DammmmDaniel (93 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Really enjoyed the part about how it is essential for former presidents to help new presidents into office regardless of parties (he mentioned bush helping him in)
And Slypups even though I identify from a different party I respect Bipartisan efforts and good leaders overall. Obama has championed what is best for the people and I can honestly respect and agree with actions like that. He also has great leadership skills which are hard to miss.
Tyran (747 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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A dark and evil heart. Completely unlike our next president who has never stiffed hard working people of pay desperately needed to feed their family. Or assaulted multiple women. Or had 3 marriages. At least he's not a lizard muslim. Smfh.
SantaClausowitz (219 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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I thought the speech could have been better. The best farewell addresses delve into difficult, controversial, truths that implicate the speaker as much as the audience. They are the speeches we remember, not because they were civil, but because they are raw and honest. The two most memorable ones? Washington's entangling alliances, Eisenhowers military industrial complex. This was not that speech, it could have been, and probably should have been.
Jeff Kuta (2155 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Obama delivered a great farewell speech. He did not need to warn us of the growing dangers we face like Washington or Eisenhower. Those are obvious.

The American people needed something else right now. So Obama ended where he began: With a message of HOPE.
Tolstoy (2033 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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There's no denying Obama is a fantastic speech-reader, but there's also no denying he has been the second-worst president of this century.

The only positives in his eight years at the helm were some uplifting speeches and normalizing relations with Cuba. Aside from that, all he did was perpetuate all the worst policies of Bush II - endless wars, uncontrolled debt, hundreds of billions of dollars in graft disappearing into the hands of God knows who, a totalitarian police state that claims the legal right to murder its own citizens, extralegal prisons where people are held indefinitely without trial, destabilized an entire region resulting in the deaths of millions of people, armed American police better than most third-world militaries and then wondered why they're killing so many people, sicced federal "regulators" on businesses that failed to support him, had the IRS target political opponents, did nothing as his top officials lied to congress and the public over and over, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera...

And on top of that, he drove health care costs through the roof with Obamacare - giving us all the worst of both socialist and semi-capitalist health care systems, and requiring all Americans to pay a penalty for the heinous crime of existing.

Thanks, Obama. The saddest thing about you is that kids like Daniel think you're great, because you're the least terrible president they've ever known.
Tolstoy (2033 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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"This was not that speech, it could have been, and probably should have been."

Obama is too consumed by the narcissism of his generation to do something like that. Good leaders come from hard times, our last three presidents all missed out on those.
VashtaNeurotic (949 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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"Second worst president of this century", so the best president of this century...got it
Tyran (747 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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Just wait 4 years. He will be the third worst of the century.
bo_sox48 (4105 D Mod (G))
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Bill Clinton was the President for like a few weeks into the century.
Tolstoy (2033 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
"so the best president of this century...got it"

Haha, you're so clever... not.

If you think being not quite as bad as Dubya is something to be proud of, you are part of the problem.
JamesYanik (447 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
BAD: Smug man, not caring about any unification
GOOD: Economy has improved in the last 8 years
BAD: Gives zero shits about debt and has hurt our economy for years to come
GOOD: Symbol of peace in the world
BAD: By pulling out on any threat he gives foreign leaders. Also Benghazi. And ISIS's rise to prominence. And red line in Syria. And not inviting Israel to anti-terror conferences, but inviting Turkey. And leaking Israel strategies from state office. And seeing ZERO connection between Islam and Terrorist motives. At all. Not even 1%.
GOOD: Equality in gay rights!!!
BAD: By violating states rights, and also forcing churches to do ceremonies, and also... there's still gay discrimination in 39 (i think it is) states. so yeah
GOOD: socialized healthcare...! (is this good???)
BAD: Gives zero shits about debt and has- wait I typed this already. Oh.
GOOD: first black President!!!
BAD: led to first Orange President

end on GOOD:

he's at his end ;)
Randomizer (492 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Reagan - Turned tail and fled Lebanon at first major terrorist bombing, traded arms for hostages with Iran - showed the MidEast that the US would cave in at the first sign of trouble. Also his CIA hired Osama bin Ladin.

Bush I - Explained to Saddam Huissen how US spy satellites worked - Made it possible to hide during Gulf War I.

Clinton - Got the budget to run a surplus, increased US business sales abroad

Bush II - Got us bogged down in Iraq and Afghanistan
Jeff Kuta (2155 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
I frequently visit another website, Fark.com. One person there posted a great list of Obama's accomplishments in the comments thread regarding last night's farewell address. There's a link to it below. The comment by "hugram" (#15) has a lot of information.

Maybe it will put Obama's presidency into better perspective for people with an open mind.

http://www.fark.com/comments/9434748/The-greatest-president-of-millennium-gives-his-farewell-speech-in-Chicago-He-turned-country-around-after-8-years-of-recession-war-Its-your-Official-President-Barack-Obama-Farewell-Address-Discussion-Thread-9PM-ET-on-all-networks
JamesYanik (447 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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@Randomizer

government surplus, but DEBT DEFICIT. The way they measured gov't holdings was different back then. over Clinton's 4 years, the national debt GREW.

http://www.craigsteiner.us/articles/16

I'm not all the hateful on Bill, but this idea that he helped our economy is getting out of hand. seriously.

Also he smoked pot and fucked secretaries. of course Hillary was his wife, so I dont blame him for either one.
JamesYanik (447 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2010/sep/23/bill-clinton/bill-clinton-says-his-administration-paid-down-deb/

for some reason, debt you owe to yourself, and PAY interest on. doesn't count as "normal" debt. it's bullshit. MOST of our debt we owe to ourselves, which is STILL A PROBLEM.
JamesYanik (447 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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@JK

I saw the charts, YOU THINK THAT WAS ALL OBAMA?

WHAT?

WHAT?

He isn't the entire arbiter of our economy, he is a part of fiscal policy, and he hasn't one well there. What, did you think there WASN'T going to be a recovery after 2008, and Obama is the ONLY reason we went back up??? bullshit. he did get us some stimulus boosts, but he's caused quite a bit of damage. Employee price index is going VERY high. Where's THAT?

whatever. see what you want
DammmmDaniel (93 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Shoot all this debate is bringing the Red out of me... Come on guys lets give the man a little respect... Running a nation isn't the easiest job out there. He deserves some credit. Sure he made some mistakes but didn't every president do so?
JamesYanik (447 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Oh.

relative to other Presidents I'm giving him a 7/10
JECE (1072 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
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Tolstoy: No, you're part of the problem. The first half of your rant made harsh, valid critiques that those in the left make. You could have continued by accusing Obama with harsh realities like extending the Bush tax cuts. Instead you delve into the world of conspiratorial Fox News fantasy with accusations that the Obama administration manipulated regulators and the IRS.

We need to be honest with ourselves about where the Democratic establishment has failed us if we don't want to be stuck with maniacs like Trump for years to come.
MajorMitchell (1048 D)
Fri 13 Jan UTC
Firstly I'll bet pal Putin is laughing all the way from Kremlin to Swiss banks. He could probably buy the "Trump financial Empire" with chump change from his $US 40+ billion private fortune.
It'll definitely be interesting to see how the Republican party in full.control of Congress and Senate & Trump go over the next four.( or eight years ?) and how that plays out.
For example, after say two years of Trump, is there a response at State level, will elections for state governors show a continuation of support from Republicans or will there be a swing to the Democrats at that level, or with the big city councils...the levels below Federal might be where the Democrats have to build strength in before recovering at the Federal level ?
slypups (650 D)
Fri 13 Jan UTC
Expecting the Trump formula to play out: lots of bluster and looks good in the short run (midterm elections), but bankrupts everything in the end (maybe in time for 2020).


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Chaqa (2839 D (B))
Fri 06 Jan UTC
Going Away Game for the World Map
I wasn't a huge fan of it, but we should do a going away game for the World Map, similar to the Inaugural Known World 901 game we're running. Same deal, we get a mod to make the game the last one before they officially shut it off.
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slypups (650 D)
Thu 12 Jan UTC
Bug in attempted Known World move
This game: http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=187862
Attempted Daju to Makuran with Al-Qatta'i support. Somehow, the support is showing as cut, even though no unit attacked Al-Qatta'i. Also, the orders page is showing an error. Please help.
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The Diplomancer (55 D)
Thu 12 Jan UTC
Is it just me, or is it dumb that you can retreat into other people's territory?
I know it's the rules of the game and all, but I feel like it would make more sense if you could only retreat into your own territory or neutral territory.
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slypups (650 D)
Wed 04 Jan UTC
So Long World Diplomacy IX
As some of you may have heard, the flawed World Dip IX map is going away. I made a game if you're interested in taking a final swing at this sucker: http://www.webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=188080
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breaca (433 D (S))
Thu 12 Jan UTC
Which is more balanced 1-1?
How are the two 1-1s shaping up in terms of balance? The consensus on AvF seems to be that Austria usually wins. What about IvG? Do we have any stats to suggest which is a more balanced match?
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ssorenn (2563 D (G))
Thu 12 Jan UTC
Press between two countries
Is there a way to pull past press between two countries without going through everyone's.
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Chaqa (2839 D (B))
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Concede button for 1v1
We need a concede button on the 1v1 games.
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DammmmDaniel (93 D)
Wed 11 Jan UTC
Call-Me-A-Dirty-So-N-So Legacy Edition!!!
Hey Kiddos someone has to carry Krellin's weight around here! Join up for the greatest So-N-So game yet!!!! No safe spaces,no bitching or crying allowed! Leave your feelings at the sign up button because they will get destroyed!!! We need to continue the legacy of helping bring people closer together via insults!!
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lamson (80 D (B))
Tue 10 Jan UTC
New game, no join button?
Hello, I have an issue setting up a game for those I work with and was wondering if any of you have experienced it also. Trying to use the KW901 map. More in reply.
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