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This is really getting on my nerves...

Simcountry: Simcountry Bulletin Board  This is really getting on my nerves...

Cajeme Leyba (White Giant)

Wednesday, April 27, 2005 - 06:29 am Click here to edit this post
These changes make perfect sense, and it is insane that you would oppose them or be frustrated by them. Let me explain.

1. A) Everybody knows that in real life, people are only willing to leave countries that are rich and have little debt. People in poor countries generally want to stay right where they are, even when their government tries to push them out in exchange for resources from others. According to W3C-funded surveys, this is because the people are so nationalistic that they are unwilling to cause wear on the national transportation systems to leave the country, as this would cause even more unneeded cost to their beloved bankrupt country. B) In the real world, psychological studies commissioned by W3C proved that people in groups under 30M were happy and were absolutely unwilling to part from each other, but in numbers above 30M they were more than eager to split up, so long as their numbers remained above 30M. The game simply tries to approximate these real-life conditions. That's how the real world works, buddy, get used to it.

2. See 1B.

3. This new change is simply a way to introduce corruption into the game. Corruption happens in real governments, and this feature is simply an enhancement that will make game-play more enjoyable. What fun is it if financial records always add up? That's not how it works in the real world.

4. It is a well established fact that, in the Real World, tax changes at rates more than 3% per month will trigger the end of the world. Nimz, damn it, I would have expected you to know thos one especially. See, the sudden accelerated movement of currency (only when changed >3%/month) induces a magnetic field that resonates in just the right way that it creates an instability in the earth core. Such an instability would, to put it simply, cause the planet to explode. Now, we don't want the politicians that play this game to get any ideas an go around changing taxes by more than 3% per month, because they would blow up the god damn planet. This is the most important one, folks, I don't want the world to blow up. Damn it. You people just don't get it.

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