Finished: 10 PM Fri 13 Jul 12 UTC
I just want somebody to play this game
18 hours /phase
Pot: 70 D - Spring, 1909, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn

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26 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1901: hurry up and make moves dont sit around forever and do NOTHING
26 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Look noob, this is an 18h deadline game, and you get upset after two hours of turn one, hammering your Russian shoe on the speaker's desk of the to-be-founded Völkerbund? Wow.
26 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Of course I'm a noob, you idiot. If you knew I was a noob in the first place, you wouldn't even have joined the stupid game. Even the name has a lot of noob in it. I am just like that, I know what a noob is, and I know the difference between a noob and not a noob. So you have no right to tell me that. And what on earth is a volkerburg?
26 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Now just forget I even said anything.
26 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Oi. Some people work/have class/sleep/have better things to do than sit on here 24/7. We'll get to it when we want to get to it.. and turn one always takes the longest because that's where all the foundations of the game are laid out.
26 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Of course. Did I say "Now just forget I even said anything." or "Let's talk about this noob stuff again."?
I can see that Austria will probably be the last one to make a move in every turn, so I'm ending this talk about the turns right now. This is for just Diplomatic Problems now, and Austria waiting until the last minute to make a move is not a Diplomatic Problem in my game.
27 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1901: You're not going to have much fun in this game if you can't accept that a.) people will not move very quickly because it is inconvenient for them to have to play every two hours; or b.) people will be dicks that take forever to make you mad.
27 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1901: ROFL, you're hilarious and I think you're going to have quite a bit of diplomatic problems in this game which you can discuss. I bet you didn't get the shoe thing neither. Just google Khruschev AND shoe AND UNO and you'll know...
27 Jun 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: What's with the pause? Who's asking for the pause, why, and for how long?
27 Jun 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: We're just bitchy - don't worry. I'll cancel my vote ;-)
27 Jun 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: Haha, gotcha. About the Khruschev affair - do you know that it's likely that it was staged? I mean, he was still wearing two shoes during the speech, so he must have brought another. Still, a pretty awesome speech, if you ask me. :)
27 Jun 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: Had my irony detector off. Must be the air here.
27 Jun 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: I just paused when others started.
27 Jun 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: Look who we are waiting on this time =P
27 Jun 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: He's trying to debate how he can get a build. I tell you, the east had the strangest opening set of moves I think ever.
28 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1902: if there is a star by a unit what does it mean
28 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1902: i know im a noob
28 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1902: england i see what your going to do there, in the next turn you'll attack st petersburg.

cant get me fooled.
28 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1902: The starred units are newly built units.
29 Jun 12 UTC Spring, 1902: I don't have to fool you because you left it wide open for me. I'm going to attack Moscow the phase after that, just so you know.

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