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    MojoMunkeez is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Well, the curriculum here, is that Australia is its own continent and those other islands are considered....islands, or "Oceania". But "Oceania" reminds me of 1984, which has a completely different "Oceania" than the one in question. Anyways. Who cares?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakko View Post
    I always thought of Greenland like I think of Canada. Technically, part of North America, but really, part of Europe.
    It all makes sense now! I present to you, the revised continental map!


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    ^
    when i think of antarctica, i think of teh MOTHERLAND. aka Russia. needs revising.

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    Ah! Nevermind (read Antarctica as Alaska) If Antarctica is almost touching Australia - then they are on the same continent! End of story.

    Oh, and apparently I don't think Italy/Sicily and Greece count anymore.
    Last edited by Terasiel; 04-08-2008 at 05:29 PM.

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    Don't forget that you made Alaska part of Canada/Europe/(Asia?) for some reason.


    Also, for some reason, Newfoundland, Quebec, Panama, Kyushu, Italy, Denmark, and North Korea are neutral.

    P.S. - Hawaii?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakko View Post
    Don't forget that you made Alaska part of Canada/Europe/(Asia?) for some reason.


    Also, for some reason, Newfoundland, Quebec, Panama, Kyushu, Italy, Denmark, and North Korea are neutral.

    P.S. - Hawaii?
    This was all done in a hurry with little to no focus on quality. It was just a joke based on the "Canada/Europe" reference in the quote - as well as Steal's America simile. Ah, and Quebec is Purple, those are lakes.

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    Oh, I realize that. =p

    Ah, also, sorry, I meant New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, not Quebec.

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    Nova Scotia doesn't exist. Everybody knows that. The legend of Nova Scotia was invented by the Inuit with hopes that it would lead the strange European visitors away in search of false hopes and icy dreams! That and Vikings.

    It's like Wyoming. There's no such thing. You're either in Montana, Colorado, or Idaho. They just say it's there for tax purposes. Or Nebraska, which is basically just one long corn field between Kansas and South Dakota.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terasiel View Post
    Nova Scotia doesn't exist. Everybody knows that. The legend of Nova Scotia was invented by the Inuit with hopes that it would lead the strange European visitors away in search of false hopes and icy dreams! That and Vikings.

    It's like Wyoming. There's no such thing. You're either in Montana, Colorado, or Idaho. They just say it's there for tax purposes. Or Nebraska, which is basically just one long corn field between Kansas and South Dakota.
    Well, you know what they say:

    "But the age of chivalry is gone. - That of sophisters, economists, and calculators, has succeeded; and the glory of Europe is extinguished for ever." ----Apparently, Europe doesn't exist anymore, either, make that big mass Asia. They have more people, anyway.

    Man, I wanna go read some Edmund Burke now, but the bookstore is closed.

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    North Carolina doesn't exist. :P



 

 
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