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Re: Good Article Review
Not at all, it's what I'm here for! I've made a few minor tweaks, but overall it is a very good article. I suggest some information about the 8 citizens - perhaps with a photograph of a meeting of the Grand Council - where are they from, what's the prevailing age range and religion, etc? Austenasia (talk) 08:42, 28 May 2016 (BST)
Well, 5 of the 8 citizens are original members of the defunct proto-micronation Drew Star Line. Because many of the members met in elementary school, and are now at different colleges, physical meetings of the Grand Council are temporarily impossible: we use a Facebook Group to communicate and vote. We are all from Havelock, NC, and all but one of us (Emily Paige) were once citizens of the DSL-Starland legacy. In fact, 3 of our members were Presidents of DSL-Starland at some point: Diego Bell (1), Suzuki Akihonaomi (founder, 2, 5, 7, and founder/president of Sandover), and Jericho Gilmore (4). The prevailing age of our members is 19, with Paige being the youngest (18) and Akihonaomi being the oldest (20). New Starland has no official religion, and our members are very diverse: Akihonaomi was raised by a Lutheran and a Buddhist (but considers herself atheist), d'Andre Elder is the son of a Baptist preacher, and Rose Griffin is a self-defined "Hellenistic." We have 4 males and 4 females, and we all speak English... Is that the kind of information that should be added? DNSgov (talk) 20:57, 28 May 2016 (BST)
- Well, maybe not that much detail, but certainly something along those lines. Just something to let people know what sort of people make up the population and where they live (so in this case, Havelock NC) if not in the land claims. Austenasia (talk) 22:47, 28 May 2016 (BST)
See User talk:Austenasia#How_do_you_put_multiple_redirects_in_an_article.3F. Let me know if I misunderstood what you were going for. Überstadt (talk) 07:44, 29 June 2016 (BST)
I saw your comment that Jonathan was helping out, but I'll keep an eye on things in case there are any further problems. Maybe next time we can do without insulting the other party to a dispute. Überstadt (talk) 01:33, 19 December 2016 (UTC)
By reading your website we were able to observe this quote : " as well as a counter to what she feels is a growing threat from the Popular Union of Occitania. Occitania's leader, President Babou Chkaya, has publicly condemned Sunþrawegaz for claiming the Kerguelen Islands of France, and has labeled Clingersmith as a "defiant disturber of public order" for refusing to renounce her micronation's land claims." This is absolutely false, because according to Occitanian constitution, Chapter 4, art 1, "the President of Occitania can during the State of Emergency, have full powers." In this context was adopted by the Codex Occitania the Persona non grata Act who says " The president may by decree prohibit access to the territory to a particular person." So your theory that it is for " refusing to renounce her micronation's land claims" is absolutely false, because the president does not have to justify himself. These are only vulgar thoughts. We urge you in an ethical way to remedy it. Cordially. And someting more, I'm not the Occitania's leader, I am the President of Occitania, please, respect the Occitanian people and their democratic values.Babou Chkaya (talk) 11:47, 14 August 2016 (UTC+1)
- Didn't Emperor Thomas tell you to leave me alone? If there is some kind of a language barrier going on here, I know French. I speak, read and write it almost as well as English. Heck, I even know somebody that can translate stuff for me into real Occitanian, the language of southern France, a region that has spent many decades vying for a real Occitanian nation. Is that what I'm going to have to do to get you to back off? Get a translator in here that can put you in your place in whatever tongue you speak? Or should I contact members of the real Occitanian independence movement and have them give your micronation a visit? I may be some fickle blonde in America, but I have wonderful contacts all over France, and I am not afraid to ask any of them for a favor if you don't stop this nonsense. DNSgov (talk) 10:16, 14 August 2017 (UTC)
First off, I managed to change your name! :D
After discussion with the admin team, I have decided to lift your ban on the forums. However, this was not a popular decision, and I must stress that any further infraction of the rules will be met with a permanent ban which I have assured the other admins will not be lifted. Please ensure you read over the rules again just to make sure you're up to speed. I look forward to seeing you contribute once again! Austenasia (talk) 16:27, 17 October 2017 (UTC)
- Yes sir! I shall be good! And thank you very much for lifting the ban. I promise I'll make the most of this opportunity. Suzuki (talk) 23:41, 17 October 2017 (UTC)
I have no idea who you are, and you have no idea who I am...I just wanted to laugh at/with you after reading Austenasia's talkpage and how much you harass him - politely albeit. It's not too passive, not too aggressive, just a nice middle ground I like to call... ILoveNy (talk) 20:49, 28 October 2017 (UTC)
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