Forum
A place to discuss topics/games with other webDiplomacy players.
Page 1361 of 1418
FirstPreviousNextLast
Jamiet99uk (710 D)
28 Feb 17 UTC
College Softball: Turning Godly Girls to Gayness
http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2017/02/24/pro-trump-pastor-womens-sports-games-are-homo-bait-to-make-girls-into-lesbians/
37 replies
Open
Ayreon (3398 D)
02 Mar 17 UTC
KW 901
I tried to create a new Known World 901 game but I cannot found this variant, what's happened to it?
1 reply
Open
principians (881 D)
01 Mar 17 UTC
(+1)
English interview
I'm about having a job interview, but it's in english, and if this sentence is poorly written, sure my spoken english is worse.
22 replies
Open
cspieker (18223 D)
28 Feb 17 UTC
Gunboat as Austria: Suicide pact with Italy
Premise: Whenever playing gunboat as Austria and you are attacked by Italy right out of the gate, one should always give up as many centers to Turkey as possible and get your last dying armies onto the boot to drag Italy down with you. This is the only way the madness will stop.
26 replies
Open
Zollern (150 D)
01 Mar 17 UTC
(+1)
FUEL IT.
Innovation and low cost inputs are fuel for the american economic engine.
Fuel The American Economic Engine --> Make Opportunity --> Fix America --> Spread the System --> Fix The World. FUEL THE ENGINE. FUEL IT!
6 replies
Open
Durga (3609 D)
06 Feb 17 UTC
(+10)
Mafia 27: Welcome to Westworld
Game thread
3561 replies
Open
OB_Gyn_Kenobi (888 D)
25 Feb 17 UTC
I muted your dumb thread
Discuss
62 replies
Open
orathaic (1009 D(B))
25 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
Demons
And how they affect our mental health...

https://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/5vx3p1/demonic_influence_the_negative_mental_health/
44 replies
Open
c0dyz (100 D)
01 Mar 17 UTC
American Game
gameID=192901

2 day phases, Full press, low risk, High fun
8 replies
Open
abgemacht (1076 D(G))
01 Mar 17 UTC
(+1)
Salary Comparison
Curious if anyone knows better places than glassdoor and indeed to get realistic salary comparisons.
12 replies
Open
DammmmDaniel (100 D)
28 Feb 17 UTC
Help With a Calculus Problem!!!!
Proving the derivative of secant inverse is what it is.... please send help
28 replies
Open
Zollern (150 D)
01 Mar 17 UTC
how to find game
I thought I created a game, but I can't find it. Can you tell me how I can find it? Thanks.
2 replies
Open
brainbomb (325 D)
27 Feb 17 UTC
(+2)
Did Jesus have horns?
Some have described Jesus as a Satyr, a bard half goat man. Is it possible scholars were right-- jesus did in facr have cloven feet and happy antlers?
28 replies
Open
kaner406 (356 D)
25 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
When did you realise that other people had a different point of view?
see below:
15 replies
Open
WyattS14 (100 D(B))
24 Feb 17 UTC
Resolution discussion time!
Resolved: The United States ought to guarantee the right to housing.
DISCUSS!
86 replies
Open
brainbomb (325 D)
24 Feb 17 UTC
(+8)
ISIS defeated
Trump has defeated ISIS within 30 days as President as he promised. Were not sure how he did it. Were not sure how many nukes it took. Were not sure what the secret plan was. But I for one am glad ISIS is gone. Now we can move on to Anubis, Ra and Osiris. I never liked them either.
46 replies
Open
Australia (109 DX)
20 Feb 17 UTC
Lets play a game
The first word is "The" add on to the sentence. You can only add one word per post and you can only post again if someone posts after you
81 replies
Open
Technostar (251 D)
28 Feb 17 UTC
WW4 over on VDiplomacy
Over on this site's child site, VDiplomacy, we are currently setting up a 36-player game of the World War IV (v6.2) variant. As of writing, we need to fill 12 more slots in 2 days. If you are in the mood for a relatively-balanced massive game of Diplomacy, come on over!

http://vdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=30278
0 replies
Open
Matticus13 (2844 D)
28 Feb 17 UTC
Flyover showdown
The lovable rascal Matticus13 here, wanting to put together a game with my fellow Diplomancers in the "Flyover country". RR of at least 80 preferred. Game phases will be at least two days. Open to what map/bet/etc.

Comment below with where you reside in "Flyover country" and what you prefer to undecided aspects of the game.
2 replies
Open
chluke (12393 D(G))
19 Feb 17 UTC
mobile press view window problem?
Did the format for mobile press display recently change? Press text on my Android Galaxy S7 Edge no longer fits in window and is now cut short on the right hand side. Is anyone else suddenly having this new problem?
10 replies
Open
Condescension (10 DX)
25 Feb 17 UTC
Germany attacking Austria in 1901 Spring
Is there any rationale for doing this under any circumstance? I've seen this more often in my newer games and it really perplexes me. Can there be any justification or situation where this is worth doing?
Same goes for Austria attacking Germany in 1901 Spring.
I'm talking full press.
8 replies
Open
Fluminator (1500 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
Intersectional Feminism
see below
Fluminator (1500 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+2)
I've been thinking, and I just think about the fact that in feminist discourse you can say things like "this analysis should be more intersectional". This phrase usually means the analysis comes from a lens of middle or upper class white person without consideration for WOC or queer and trans individuals. But how is the rich, white woman not an intersectional identity. In fact, shouldn't all human beings be intersectional? How is a rich, white man less intersectional than poor, black woman? Unless intersectionality rest upon the presupposition that certain ontological categories are inherently oppressive and inherently oppressed, and an individual's aggregate oppression or oppressiveness is the sum of the ontological categories that make up one's identity. But this notion of being more or less intersectional breaks down when you ask a question like "which analysis is more intersectional the upper middle class, black, woman professor's or the poor, rural, white woman". The universality of these intersectional categories often breaks down when you take into account more than one category, which I thought was the very essence of what intersectional theory was attempting to solve.
Fluminator (1500 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+3)
(I'm super woke if you can't tell)
Valis2501 (2840 D(G))
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+3)
https://www.care2.com/causes/what-is-intersectionality-and-why-is-it-important.html
Durga (3609 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+3)
If you don't know what intersectionality is you should maybe not talk about it Flum.
abgemacht (1076 D(G))
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+3)
So if I don't fully understand something I should never speak of it and live in ignorance? Is that the argument you're making in response to Flum's post, DO?
Durga (3609 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+5)
You should probably try to understand it first. Flum didn't write that, he copied and pasted it to start shit.
brainbomb (325 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+2)
I am trying to figure out if the op is a question or a statement of lack of knowledge about the op..
Valis2501 (2840 D(G))
23 Feb 17 UTC
@abge...wut? Those aren't the only two options.
TrPrado (461 DMod)
23 Feb 17 UTC
Intersectionality should've been more central to third wave feminism long before now tbh
abgemacht (1076 D(G))
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
Oh, I thought he wrote it. Never mind
stupidfighter (253 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+2)
I'd like to address something nobody has touched on yet. Sometimes "intersectionality" is used as code for "quiet whitey." However, we should not condemn an idea because some bigots have abused it.

At it's best, intersectional feminism is not about competing over who is more oppressed. I'm by no means an expert, but I see it as a way of acknowledging that different demographics have different experiences, different needs and goals as feminists. Acknowledging that the woc who can't get a job because of stereotypes suffers from more and varied prejudice, does not have to take away from the story of the well-off white mathematician who isn't given the credit she deserves by the old boy's club.

TrPrado (461 DMod)
23 Feb 17 UTC
Intersectionality is supposed to include broader perspectives, so stupidfighter nails it. It hasn't been around for very long, so the ones abusing it as a means of silencing perspectives hopefully will learn their errors before the whole becomes something for opponents to delegitimize.
All serious accounts of intersectionality acknowledge even the most privileged position, when broken down, as intersectional. The problem often talked about is when a particular (often privileged position) is treated as universal, and ignores the particular intersectional issues that others face.
goldfinger0303 (3157 DMod)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
I normally disagree with Soc Dis, but currently can't +1 him harder
Durga (3609 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
Lol gold, it doesn't mean your rich white man problems need an equal amount of attention. Because they don't.
I'm glad for the +1, but if you normally disagree with me, and agree with me here, i've probably not expressed myself well :P.

What I meant is that obviously everyone possesses an intersectional position, and all seriously developed accounts, no matter how radical, acknowledge this. A major reason that people (reasonably) bring up the need for intersectionality, however, is that the intersectional issues of systematically disadvantaged people is far too often overlooked.

Dominant privileged groups assume a universality about their view, which is not fitting. For example, when rich white women talk as if they are speaking for all women, and ignore that really they are speaking about issues that pertain to their particular intersectional location; ignoring the fact that other particular intersectional groups (in this case poor women of color) are in a different position and that different considerations may apply for them. Or rich black men ignore the class issues affecting poor black men. Or poor white men ignore the race issues faced by poor black men. etc.,

A (poetic) way of putting the problem is that the particular (intersectional) privileged groups masquerade their points as universal issues, and ignore the fact that the systematically disadvantaged have a different particular (intersectional) standpoint, to which this fake-universal shit doesn't attend to.
JamesYanik (548 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
@DO

"Lol gold, it doesn't mean your rich white man problems need an equal amount of attention. Because they don't."

actually they do. the problem is that other demographics can have a higher multitude of problems, which altogether require more attention.

problem for problem is the way to go.
TrPrado (461 DMod)
23 Feb 17 UTC
I'm the problem.
Durga (3609 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
Problem4problem. Like4like.
JamesYanik (548 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
except maybe economic problems: if a poor person gets 100$ stolen or a car stolen, it'll affect them MUCH more than the millionare

that said, all else must be equal in the situation. i don't want racial prioritization or that crap.

hell, even economic priority sounds sketchy to me in terms of basic rights... but it sounds rational as i'm saying it. post game analysis later
Durga (3609 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
If you can conceive that economic problems have imbalance why not others?
JamesYanik (548 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
because monetary problems directly effect expenses and necessities for survival

race and sex are only affected by obscure social ideas by only a certain faction of the population, and do not always convert into tangible effects.

furthermore to my economic point, it is extremely contentious to limit one person's rights to prioritize another person's
brainbomb (325 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
Can you describe instances where this contentious limiting of someones rights hapoened to prioritize another? Who are you referring too?

To be honest ive heard people use your argument to say affirmative action is exactly what you described.
brainbomb (325 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
Oh and those people against affirmative action are out of touch and selfish by the way. Lol
Lethologica (203 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
"actually they do. the problem is that other demographics can have a higher multitude of problems, which altogether require more attention.

problem for problem is the way to go."

As these two perspectives (one group's problems are bigger vs. one group has more problems of equal size) amount to the same thing, I'm not sure what the point of this disagreement is.

I'm sure you can rephrase economic problems in the same way, too. Both rich and poor men have the equal-sized problem of being out $100, the poor man just also has the problem that he's no longer able to pay the utility bill for this month.
JamesYanik (548 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
@brainbomb

the problem is that if two people report 100$ missing, one poor one millionaire, it'd be better to prioritize the poor person (this example is weird)

with affirmative action in colleges specifically, they not only help the poor, they HURT the more well off. they identify a minority who is oppressed: and set quotas.

the colleges will count off Chinese kids, even first gen. immigrants, a certain number of point form the SAT. this is not simply supporting a wrong done against a more afflicted party, it is collaterally hurting non-aggressor bystanders.

i see no justification in that.

@Lethologica

it's probably me being a petty bitch again in semantics that in no way should ever be argued :\
No Soc, you explained well enough the first time. Still got another +1 out of me the second time.
VashtaNeurotic (2394 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+2)
But if our goal is more intersectionality in feminism. Shouldn't we install more traffic lights, stop signs and crossing guards?
Well aren't you the best Gold! Sorry for doubting you :P
MajorMitchell (1143 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+2)
Is it limiting rights of some to promote the rights of others, sweetypie & others, or prioritising differing individual needs of people with equal rights but varying degrees of advantage and disadvantage ? Eg every patient entering Accident and Emergency Dept has equal rights, but differing needs so the multiple gunshot wounded patient gets priority in access to treatment ahead of the ingrown toenail sufferer ? (or is it based on who has the best health insurance ? Or other reasons Like the medical chap who led the way in blood transfusion, but later in life was refused medical treatment on the basis of race with fatal consequences for him ? )
Just asking.
MajorMitchell (1143 D)
23 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
As to those godless rich white folk, lol, just saw one of them stand for election against another, for one his sexism was treated as just him being a lad, bit of a locker room type of guy, not that serious, while the other was pummelled by constant gender related offensive abuse...both rich white folk, but one was clearly "protected, his sins largely excused" and the other was subjected to malicious, vexatious harassment, imho.
pastoralan (100 D)
26 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
@JamesYanik: basic facts might be in order here. Quotas have been illegal in the US since 1977.

The basis for affirmative action is simple. There are significant differences in measures of academic performance due to race in the US--even when you control for economic factors. There are two possible reasons for this: either white people are naturally smarter than black and Latino people, or the measures are biased. Affirmative action policies are a way to correct for that bias. People who are opposed to affirmative action policies talk about finding "the most qualified." Affirmative action looks to find the most capable.

One of the reasons affirmative action policies aren't well defended is that the people defending them are the same people who create and perpetuate the biased system we have. So rather than saying "the system we created makes white kids look smarter than they really are," they use fuzzy language about the importance of having a diverse range of perspectives. That's crap--affirmative action should correct for bias.

If they were serious about this, they could pretty easily figure out specific corrections to measures of academic performance based on race and gender. One of the advantages of this system is that it would be neutral based on race and gender. If a disadvantaged group stopped being disadvantaged, the numbers would demonstrate it and the advantage would be dropped.
Lethologica (203 D)
27 Feb 17 UTC
^ see also: stereotype threat
JamesYanik (548 D)
27 Feb 17 UTC
@pastorolan

"@JamesYanik: basic facts might be in order here. Quotas have been illegal in the US since 1977."

outright quotas do not exist, but if you don't think there is a basic discriminatory practice that is mathematically tabulated (sounds suspiciously like a quota, doesn't it?) then you're burying your head in the sand

https://www.forbes.com/sites/stevecohen/2015/07/06/the-secret-quotas-in-college-admissions/2/#587ddd843ad7

"There are significant differences in measures of academic performance due to race in the US--even when you control for economic factors."

yes, this is true

"There are two possible reasons for this: either white people are naturally smarter than black and Latino people,"

i think we all agree this is ridiculous.

"or the measures are biased."

really? these are the only 2 possible options? the MEASURES are biased? massive drop out rates for black kids in high school, and you're attack the bias of what? facts?

how about the highest dropout rates being in underfunded inner city (predominately democrat controlled) public schools? what's your explanation... the liberals are racist? we've had school systems turned on their heads trying to stop "racist" statistics showing that black kids aren't doing as well in school, with little effective results.

(maybe we should ignore cultural problems, like how there are 3x more gang members who are black than white, despite being a smaller population. or maybe ignore the 70% single motherhood rate, which even is 30% higher than the hispanic single motherhood rate [and they have even HIGHER rates of kids going into gangs] no no no, none of this can be it... because then we can't blame racism!)

"Affirmative action policies are a way to correct for that bias."

a bias on statistics... jus making sure that point is reiterated. you believe the measurements of black children doing worse in high school and on national tests is racist. or... do you mean college admission rates? maybe the reason why a smaller proportion are getting into college (in relation to their population size) is because of.. you know. HOW READY THEY ARE FOR COLLEGE.

"People who are opposed to affirmative action policies talk about finding "the most qualified." Affirmative action looks to find the most capable."

no it doesn't. it works of the presumption that math tests and english tests are racist against blacks (oh sorry, the statistics are wrong) and then put out an arbitrary number to correct for that.

also: unless if you're asian. why are you ignoring this again?

"One of the reasons affirmative action policies aren't well defended is that the people defending them are the same people who create and perpetuate the biased system we have So rather than saying "the system we created makes white kids look smarter than they really are," they use fuzzy language about the importance of having a diverse range of perspectives. That's crap--affirmative action should correct for bias."

alright, that's something i can get behind, though you'd have to admit, quantifying bias is an extremely hard thing to do. you're attempting to determine whether the end results of "qualified" or "unqualified" was simply due to preferential leaning, or bias.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6lyURyVz7k

John Oliver isn't my favorite political comedian, but he's pretty damn accurate here. we need to reconstruct our education system.

"If they were serious about this, they could pretty easily figure out specific corrections to measures of academic performance based on race and gender. One of the advantages of this system is that it would be neutral based on race and gender. If a disadvantaged group stopped being disadvantaged, the numbers would demonstrate it and the advantage would be dropped."

once again, there's a differentiation between "disadvantaged group" and "disadvantaged individual" that i think is much more important to define.

Furthermore, you're going to have to identify where the "disadvantage" comes from: is it localized culture, or is there a discriminatory aspect?

99 times out of a 100 it will be a combination of both, and quantifying to what extent it's one or the other, i can't say with confidence we have the capacity to do.
Lethologica (203 D)
27 Feb 17 UTC
Hey James:
"maybe we should ignore cultural problems, like how there are 3x more gang members who are black than white, despite being a smaller population. or maybe ignore the 70% single motherhood rate, which even is 30% higher than the hispanic single motherhood rate [and they have even HIGHER rates of kids going into gangs] no no no, none of this can be it... because then we can't blame racism!)"

We can address those cultural problems as long as we also take time to address some others. Like long-term self-reinforcing wealth accumulation gaps, such as differential need for extended family financial assistance, or differential access to the miracle of compound interest (fewer relatives conversant in investing + historically justified distrust of white-owned banks), or neighborhood-level residential segregation (which has oodles of other implications--schools are more segregated now than in the late '60s).

Or how about we discuss perhaps *the* seminal work on the issues of black family structure, Moynihan's 1965 paper "The Negro Family: The Case for National Action," and about his attribution of cause:

"What then is that problem? We feel the answer is clear enough. Three centuries of injustice have brought about deep-seated structural distortions in the life of the Negro American. At this point, the present tangle of pathology is capable of perpetuating itself without assistance from the white world. The cycle can be broken only if these distortions are set right."
https://www.dol.gov/oasam/programs/history/webid-meynihan.htm

In short, we can address cultural problems as long as we're clear that "cultural problems" goes beyond blaming blacks for having inferior black culture. I'm sick and tired of that shit.
Lethologica (203 D)
27 Feb 17 UTC
The overview of past research in the following article helps to inform my comments about wealth accumulation gaps. Note: link downloads a PDF.
https://www.aeaweb.org/conference/2015/retrieve.php?pdfid=603
JamesYanik (548 D)
27 Feb 17 UTC
@Lethologica

"We can address those cultural problems as long as we also take time to address some others."

sure

"Like long-term self-reinforcing wealth accumulation gaps,"

generally due to low competition and poorly constructed welfare systems, but yes that needs to be addressed.

"such as differential need for extended family financial assistance,"

um... that's more localized welfare problems, but yes another good point.

"or differential access to the miracle of compound interest (fewer relatives conversant in investing + historically justified distrust of white-owned banks),"

it's not JUST historical disinterest. one example of racism which i use AGAINST conservatives is the bank discriminations from like 8 years ago.

"or neighborhood-level residential segregation (which has oodles of other implications--schools are more segregated now than in the late '60s)."

yes but that's because of anti-poor people, less anti black. still, a major problem to be sure.

"Or how about we discuss perhaps *the* seminal work on the issues of black family structure, Moynihan's 1965 paper "The Negro Family: The Case for National Action," and about his attribution of cause:

"What then is that problem? We feel the answer is clear enough. Three centuries of injustice have brought about deep-seated structural distortions in the life of the Negro American. At this point, the present tangle of pathology is capable of perpetuating itself without assistance from the white world. The cycle can be broken only if these distortions are set right."
https://www.dol.gov/oasam/programs/history/webid-meynihan.htm"

those distortions being... what? racism by people with direct power over them, the inability to access better job markets due to localized geo-economic constraints? i mean... a 1965 paper probably has a LOT more to address than today, but i understand that.

"In short, we can address cultural problems as long as we're clear that "cultural problems" goes beyond blaming blacks for having inferior black culture. I'm sick and tired of that shit."

less against the culture, more against the effects. Still, I don't even blame black people for the start of gangs, the initial gang movements were because kids felt a since of comradeship, and when put in a crucible with racist police: a pretty dangerous cycle got spun up.

nonetheless, i always feel a bit weird when saying "black culture" because many black people have quite different cultures.

overall i don't have a problem with what you're saying, but my initial argument was against affirmative action. it has the right mindset, but its implementation has been riddled with faults.

plus we're living in a world right now where ANY self-critiquing of a movement can lead you to be ostracized from your own constituency, and then you get called an "apologist" by the opposition.

your complaints go unheeded, and nothing good gets done.
Lethologica (203 D)
27 Feb 17 UTC
"generally due to low competition and poorly constructed welfare systems"

Please elaborate.

Family need is a local problem for a given individual, but there are pervasive differences at a collective level that inhibit wealth accumulation (because someone who acquires wealth statistically has to spend significantly more of that wealth helping out relatives).

I think we basically agree on banks. But I'm surprised that you downplay the racial elements of residential segregation; even our illustrious president has a history with redlining, and the particular impacts of segregation on black and Latino communities is documented. That there is *also* classist residential segregation is an issue worth remembering, but not to the exclusion of race.

Moynihan uses 'distortions' in terms of black family structure. What you describe would be part of the historical injustices giving rise to those distortions. (I have more reading to do to find out the extent to which calling them 'distortions' is accurate.)

I think we agree that affirmative action is *ultimately* a band-aid over deeper structural issues. The thing about band-aids, though, is that they don't *have* to be the ultimate solution to be helpful. Encouraging networks of education and opportunity is part of the path out of those 'cultural problems', after all.

I don't think your counterargument is very strong. I'm sure many white students were hurt to some degree by enforced school desegregation, non-aggressor bystanders to national triage efforts on behalf of racial justice, but to argue against desegregation on that basis would have been poor prioritization. So, as one of those Asian-Americans you're holding up as a blunt instrument against affirmative action, I think you have more work to do to make your case.
JamesYanik (548 D)
27 Feb 17 UTC
"Please elaborate."

low wage jobs from uncompetitive markets, and gov't programs deterring people getting full time jobs (even at low wages)

"Family need is a local problem for a given individual, but there are pervasive differences at a collective level that inhibit wealth accumulation (because someone who acquires wealth statistically has to spend significantly more of that wealth helping out relatives)."

this is true, though there is a major work problem. children are going into debt to support their parents (quite honorably), rather than the other way around.

"I think we basically agree on banks. But I'm surprised that you downplay the racial elements of residential segregation; even our illustrious president has a history with redlining, and the particular impacts of segregation on black and Latino communities is documented. That there is *also* classist residential segregation is an issue worth remembering, but not to the exclusion of race."

oh there is definitely racism in housing, but most laws i see now specifically and outright mention income levels.

"Moynihan uses 'distortions' in terms of black family structure. What you describe would be part of the historical injustices giving rise to those distortions. (I have more reading to do to find out the extent to which calling them 'distortions' is accurate.)"

we'd need to start another thread for that

"I think we agree that affirmative action is *ultimately* a band-aid over deeper structural issues. The thing about band-aids, though, is that they don't *have* to be the ultimate solution to be helpful. Encouraging networks of education and opportunity is part of the path out of those 'cultural problems', after all."

yup

"I don't think your counterargument is very strong. I'm sure many white students were hurt to some degree by enforced school desegregation, non-aggressor bystanders to national triage efforts on behalf of racial justice, but to argue against desegregation on that basis would have been poor prioritization. So, as one of those Asian-Americans you're holding up as a blunt instrument against affirmative action, I think you have more work to do to make your case."

wait when was i arguing against desegregation? my "non-aggressor bystander" comment was about college admissions.


39 replies
Deinodon (379 D(B))
26 Feb 17 UTC
(+3)
TIL getting to know the other players in Global is a bad idea.
Intricate, fun, risky plans are made.
Other player totally on board.
Sudden, horrible stab utterly destroys me.
7 replies
Open
yaks (218 D)
26 Feb 17 UTC
Ftf in NYC
The biggest city in America. And yet, I can't find any Dip groups that play Ftf here. Does anyone know of any groups in NYC, or if we can get enough people, to make one?
3 replies
Open
captainmeme (1584 DMod)
24 Feb 17 UTC
(+1)
CasualDip 1 - 4 Player Voice-Chat Diplomacy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mphhSbCUG38
32 replies
Open
ilailailaila (180 D)
25 Feb 17 UTC
Players wanted!
http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=192450
password: itsasecret

Join this big map for a fun time!
3 replies
Open
Sevyas (973 D)
17 Feb 17 UTC
Fall of the American Empire, full press, 48 hours, RR 90+
I don't care about the scoring method and have a slight preference for anonymous games. Bet 25 - 150. Who's in?
14 replies
Open
PeaceLovingNiceGuy (0 DX)
25 Feb 17 UTC
How do you get a password to play?
Sorry for the newbie question, but how do I get a password to play?
3 replies
Open
Condescension (10 DX)
25 Feb 17 UTC
(+3)
Spiked DHS report indicates that there is no national security rationale for Muslim Ban
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3474730-DHS-intelligence-document-on-President-Donald.html

I wonder what mental gymnastics Brad and ND will use to get around this?
2 replies
Open
Qualtagh (192 D)
24 Feb 17 UTC
AI disbands
How does this site determine which units will be disbanded if a player doesn't enter orders for a build phase?
7 replies
Open
Page 1361 of 1418
FirstPreviousNextLast
Back to top