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Sim 10 Commandments (White Giant)

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sfo Treasurer (White Giant)

Tuesday, June 3, 2008 - 11:40 pm Click here to edit this post
Sorry it took so long to reply between posts.....
(I was reading the thoroughly entertaining "Flewis" thread}

I'm still waiting on him to bring his check to the Treasury for cashing.

Who knew a feeble little n00b could spark some interest into White Giant that we haven't had in awhile.

1) I see no war declarations from you. Skeered?
2) If I want to know your assets I can gather them pretty damned quickly. You are such a dumbass. I do the stats for White Giant on a regular basis and you aren't even worth the batting of a single eyelash from Jo. (Though her eyelash trick works well on me) For fun I will gather all your info and share here. Stand by.......

"Peoples Republic of Marco Doda"
Country score is 844
Level 1
Secured Mode (duh)
Population Size 10,194,713
Indexes (They all suck)
Federation: International Federation of Socialist Worker State
Nuclear Power: No (We knew that already)
No CEO account

Now for the nitty-gritty...

employment in corps: 2459988
unemployed laborers: 3427226
Employment Index: 79.6
Finance Index: 0
Assets Index: 0
Business Index: 103.2
Total Income: 37,554,934,168
employed officers: 86934
employed soldiers: 268562
Total employed army: 355496
Country Secured Assets: 1
Total Production Value: 34,673,525,913
Total Assets : 8,383,229,511,905
Value of Military Assets: 0 (haha, all mouth)

So you see, there are no secrets in this game. Information can be obtained at any time you dumb ass. Your secret strategy to kill us with your mob of unemployed citizens is priceless.

Doing the reconnaissance on you was a waste of a good five minutes of my life. Go away little boy. This is BIG BOY territory.


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