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Simcountry is an Online Digital World where you are the President of a country.
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5T in development aid (Little Upsilon)

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Andreja Gligorijevic (Little Upsilon)

Wednesday, October 1, 2008 - 11:01 pm Click here to edit this post
I am going to do my best to get in touch with as many of my fellow president, n00b's like myself, that I have some lines of communication open with, and will get them to start voting "for" proposals.

But, I fear, it is all doomed to failure. There are too many presidents out there that do not visit this forum, or main chat, so that the only people that see these, are likely to have voted "for" in the past, and will do so in the future.

Again, I apologize for my earlier stance (mind you, it was only 2 votes, and from what I saw, they would've been shot down anyhow).

1 Vote FOR, for any proposal that makes it past the security council is now assured. :)

Too bad, most are defeated by a margin of 100 or more :(

Which kinda makes no sense; from what I see, there is a fraction of that number of presidents in this forum, and the main chat always has, roughly, the same people - for the record, while my main intro to the game was from the wiki and documentation, I could not have gotten anywhere without help received on chat - again, not enough when you count all of (us) n00b's that are not engaged in the game.

I wish there was a way for people to see who voted for, and against the last few resolutions. That is the way it works in the UN - you raise your hand, and are counted; it's NOT anonymous. Which I think, is the problem. Presidents that constantly vote against, cannot be contacted, and asked "why", or "for what reason".

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