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  1. TheBatman chuck it in the "fuck it" bucket

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    seeing this thread made me realize how your name is actually said. :p
     
  2. Baconheimer Berserker of Chaos

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    1948:
    D:
    James Byrne
    Strom Thurmond
    George Patton
    R:
    Douglas MacArthur
    1952:
    Douglas MacArthur
    Strom Thurmond
    George Patton
    George MacCarthy
    Winston Churchill
    1956:
    Robert MacNamara
    George McCarthy
    Strom Thurmond
    George Smathers
    Richard Nixon
    1960:
    Robert MacNamara
    George McCarthy
    Spiro Agnew
    Billy Graham
    George Smathers
    Barry Goldwater
    George Wallace
    Harry Byrd
    1964:
    Barry Goldwater
    Strom Thurmond
    Richard Daley
    Robert MacNamara
    Spiro Agnew
    George Smathers
    George Wallace
    William Westmoreland
    Richard Nixon
    Harry Byrd
    1968:
    Harry Byrd
    Richard Nixon
    Barry Goldwater
    Strom Thurmond
    Robert MacNamara
    Richard Daley
    Spiro Agnew
    Ronald Reagan
    Lyndon LaRouche
    Charlton Heston
    William Westmoreland
    George Wallace
    George Smathers
    J. Edgar Hoover
    Curtis LeMay
     
  3. Baconheimer Berserker of Chaos

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    2000s as 1900s with Same Pattern.
    2001: George Voinovich / J. Daniel Howard (Republican)
    2001-2005: J. Daniel Howard / VACANT
    2005-2009: J. Daniel Howard / Richard Lugar (Republican)
    2009-2013: Robert M. Gates/ Jack Quinn (Republican)
    2013-2021: Richard Codey / Joe Kernan (Democrat)

    Similar.
    1997-2001: George Voinovich (Republican)
    2001-2009: Jim Webb (Republican)
    2009-2013: Donald Rumsfeld (Republican)
    2013-2021: Howard Dean (Democrat)
    2021-2023: John Kasich (Republican)
    2023-2029: Karyn Polito (Republican)
    2029-2033: Christopher O'Neill (Republican)
    2033-2045: Tulsi Gabbard (Democrat)
    2045-2053: Svanta Myrick (Democrat)
    2053-2061: Johnathan Jones (Republican)
     
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  4. Baconheimer Berserker of Chaos

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    1789-1797: George Washington (Independent)
    1797-1805: John Jay (Constitutional Federalist)
    1805-1809: Thomas Jefferson (Confederationalist)
    1809-1813: John Adams (Constitutional Federalist)
    1813-1821: James Monroe (National Federalist)
    1821-1829: Andrew Jackson (Confederation)
    1829-1833: John C. Calhoun (Confederation)
    1833-1837: Richard Rush (Constitution)
    1837-1841: Thomas ap Catesby Jones (Confederation)
    1841-1845: Millard Fillmore (Constitution)
    1845-1847: Henry Clay (Constitution)
    1847-1849: Lewis Cass (Constitution)
    1849-1853: Thomas ap Catesby Jones (Confederation)
    1853-1861: Hannibal Hamlin (Constitution)
     
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    1789-1797: George Washington (Independent)
    1797-1805: John Jay (Constitutional Federalist)
    1805-1809: Thomas Jefferson (Confederationalist)
    1809-1813: John Adams (Constitutional Federalist)
    1813-1821: James Monroe (National Federalist)
    1821-1829: Andrew Jackson (Confederation)
    1829-1833: John C. Calhoun (Confederation)
    1833-1837: Richard Rush (Constitution)
    1837-1841: Thomas ap Catesby Jones (Confederation)
    1841-1845: Millard Fillmore (Constitution)
    1845-1847: Henry Clay (Constitution)
    1847-1849: Lewis Cass (Constitution)
    1849-1853: Thomas ap Catesby Jones (Confederation)
    1853-1861: Hannibal Hamlin (Constitution)
    1861-1864: Francis E. Patterson (Radical Faction)
    1864-1866: James Barrel Ricaud (National Union)
    1866-1875: Gideon Welles (Confederation)
    1875-1879: Adolph E. Borie (Confederation)
    1879-1881: Thomas Jefferson Majors (Confederation)

    1881-1885: Thomas Talbot (Constitution)
    The Emergency (1885-1887)
    1885-1896: Marcus Reno (Army Faction)
    1896-1899: William Sampson (Naval Faction)
    1899-1905: Wesley Merritt (Army Faction)
    1905-1917: George Dewey (Naval Faction)
    1917-1918: Douglas E. Dismukes (Naval Faction)
    1918-1919: George Patton (Army Faction)
    1919-1921: Smedley Butler (Reform Faction)

    1921-1921: Calvin Coolidge (Liberal)
    1925-1933: John Davis (Whig)
    1933-1937: Thomas C. Coffin (Whig)
    1937-1949: Hamilton Fish II (Liberal)
    1949-1953: Robert Kerr (Whig)
    1953-1961: Joseph McCarthy (Liberal)
    1961-1965: Graves B. Erskine (Whig)
    1965-1967: Joel T. Broyhill (Whig)
    1967-1969: W. Avrell Harriman (Whig)

    1969-1977: Carmine DeSapio (Liberal)
    1977-1981: John Hospers (Liberal)

    1981-1985: Dan Daniel (New Union)
    1985-1989: Bill Clinton (Liberal)
    1989-1997: Paul Wellstone (New Union)
    1997-2001: Patrick Buchanan (New Union)

    2001-2005: Alan Greenspan (Liberal)
    2005-2009: Patrick Buchanan (New Union)
    2009-Present: Ron Paul (Liberal)
     
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    Nation: Rikj M'Kumr.

    Area:

    Background: The ancestors of the Kumr came from Wales, and the land was originally called Woodland, after Leanne Wood, first Welsh Prime Minister. The Welsh government went bankrupt, and it could no longer afford ships. It hired out Mormons to work in its mines. Over time, the two groups combined, and, as contact with earth was lost, civilization was also lost. The land became feudal, with an economy based off sheep. Eventually, the clan Bween united the land, with a kingdom of all the Kumr established. The land is not great, and most people live in towers, where they watch over their sheep. People don't mess with the Kumr, because they are renowned for their belligerence.
     
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    Your candidates:

    Virgil Goode:

    Alex Jones:

    Lyndon LaRouche:

    David L. Chicione (Agrarian League):

    Terry Jones (New Christian Party): The NCP is focused mainly on hawkish foreign policy, the abolition of all welfare, and the spreading of Christian values. He wants to declare a "War on Apostasy", and invade all non-Christian countrys. He is supported by many evangelicals.

    Donald Drumpf (Center): Drumpf, a successful New York businessman, leads the Center Party. The Center is known for being protectionist and moderate on most issues. Most people don't consider his views that radical, but the Center Party is very into killing and openly endorses prison camps for radicals and dissidents. Drumpf openly incites violence.
     
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    Tommy Reed (born October 24, 1997) is an American politician. He was born into a lower middle class family in ____. Early in life, Reed demonstrated great v intelligence. He was accepted into many colleges and became the first member of his family to go to any school after High School. After graduating summa cum laude from the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, Reed attended Harvard and got his Juris Doctorate. After Harvard, he settled in Radford, becoming a famed lawyer, winning the defense of a man accused of murder. After taking stands in support of Obamacare but against gun control, he was elected as a Democrat to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2009. In Richmond, he made many enemys on both sides of the aisle, but was popular at home. In 2012, Reed made a bid for the Democratic nomination for the House of Representatives 9th District, which he won. He faced Republican Morgan Griffith, who, despite initially appearing to be in a better position, was hit by a series of stump speeches by Reed. Reed won election with 51.2% of the vote. On Capitol Hill, Reed faced opposition from both sides for his socially conservative and economically liberal policies, but stayed true to them. There, seeing the influence of foreign money in the US economy, his protectionist streak grew. Despite little success, Reed was handily reelected in 2014. His policies often clash with his parties, and many consider him a firebrand. His biggest victory came in 2015 when Reed managed to hold off new environmental regulations that would cut coal production in West Virginia. His success in the House transformed into national recognition. In February 2015, as talk of the inevitability of Hillary Clinton gripped the Internet, a small group began to advocate for Tommy Reed to enter the race for the Democratic nomination. Reed, as of yet, has not stated what he will do.


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    March 23rd, 2015 | CNN.com
    Virginia Congressman Thomas "Tommy" Reed today announced Monday that he is running for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency. In his speech at ____, Reed expressed his patriotism and support of protectionism as well as other positions that do not resonate with the liberal wing of the Democratic party. He stated, however, that "We are at a crossroads in our history, and we must decide if we will take the path that will transform our country into an oligarchy or whether we will ____

    Reed is the first Democrat of any stature to enter the Race for the WHite House. As he admitted in his announcement, his chances of winning are slim, but his purpose in running is to expose the corruption and problems of the modern day Democratic party.

    Reed is a controversial figure within the Democratic Party, having been chastized by many Representatives for his support of socially conservative laws. Elizabeth Warren, a likely opponent for Reed in the primaries has stated that, in her opinion, he "Is intent on bringing back the Dixiecrats."

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    PPP Polling for the Democratic Nomination - United States
    Sec. Hillary Clinton (NY) - 41%
    VP Joe Biden (DE) - 11%
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren (MA) - 8%
    Gov. Andrew Cuomo (NY) - 5%
    Sen. Bernie Sanders (VT) - 3%
    Sen. Mark Warner (VA) - 2%
    Rep. Tommy Reed (VA) - 1%
    Other/Undecided - 29%
     
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    1935: Wallis Simpson, in an affair with the Prince of Wales, dies in a car crash. The Prince is disconsolate.

    1936: King George V dies. His son, Edward, Prince of Wales, is coronated on January 20th. A bachelor, his Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin suggests he marries. Edward rejects all proposals to the governments discontent.

    1939: War breaks out when the Germans invade Poland on September 1st. Britain declares war on Germany on September 3rd. Poland is overrun by the Soviets and Germans by the end of September.

    1940: Germany invades France. It sweeps the country, defeating it quickly. The British Expeditionary Force is trapped at Dunkirk and encircled, leading to the capture of nearly 4/5ths of its force, _____ men. The Earl of Halifax becomes Prime Minister following the resignation of Neville Chamberlain. Halifax sues for peace and gets it. Britain loses no territory, but joins Germany as a co-belligerent. The British government is given control of several French colonies after its forces, alongside trhe Germans, take them.

    1941: Germany and Britain invade the Soviet Union on June 30th. They make great gains. However, this move is disheartening to the British populace, that is not happy with their country joining with fascists. The Japanese need poil, so attack the US fleet at Suvla Bay on July 4th. President Roosevelt asks for a declaration of war on July 5th. Hitler declares war on the United States the day after. Hitler has a fear that the United States will occupy Ireland, using bombers from there to bomb Europe. Halifax reluctantly occupies Ireland, declaring it a protectorate of the United Kingdom. The fighting is easy, but the dominions are outraged. Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, and South Africa declare themselves under the rule of ____ and are for the ascension of ____ to the throne. The United States, deciding Britain is its enemy, declares wae on Britain on July30th. American and Canadian forces land in Ireland on September 3rd, easily liberating it with the help of the local forces. They march into Dublin without a shot on October 5th. Bernard Montgomery, the British commander in Ulster, defects to the American side, agreeing to form a new Free British Army.
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    add part on Unionst party endorsing Montgomery in 1949/51

    The first Presidential election in the British Republic, like in so many others, was hardly a race but a coronation. On March 1, 1949, Britons went to the polls, voting 6 to 4 to abolish the monarchy of near a thousand years and replace it with a Republic. On March 15th of that year, Edward VIII, the King, abdicated the throne, and the Republic of Britain was declared. A Constitutional Convention was hastily convened in London. Representatives of the counties decided upon a Constitution that created a system similar to the one of the United States, with a proportional House of Representatives elected by counties. The British Senate would comprise of two Senators from fifteen regions. The executive under this system would be a President, elected by popular vote who would serve for a two year term. The new Constitution was ratified on April 10th, and elections were set for July 1st.

    Almost immediately, a cabal of liberals and conservatives pressured Bernard Montgomery, leader of the Free British Army in the Second World War to run. A party, the Republican Party, was quickly formed as a vehicle for Montgomery to acquire the Presidency. Montgomery was popular amongst nearly all the population and relied heavily upon the working class, especially veterans, in his campaign. Twelve other candidates made the national ballot, representing every political position from Communist to Monarchist but mostly leftist, even pro-Soviet views. Montgomery barnstormed the country through May, using his heroic image as the Liberator of Britain to portray himself as the only choice for President.

    Few pundits were shocked when Montgomery won a majority of votes in the election. His opponents were essentially non-factors as none received more than seven percent of the vote. Most notable was the performance of Robert Barton, the Sinn Féin candidate, who managed to ____ 4.5% of the vote, representing a majority of the Northern Irish electorate. Barton campaigned on a platform, like the Sinn Féin of the Royal era, of the union of Ulster with the rest of Ireland. His supporters were invigorated, capitalizing on the bigotry and oppression they experienced under the Churchill government.

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    Montgomery proved to be a popular and able President despite his ____ personality. He cultivated a strongman personality, wearing his beret and military fatigues at many public occasions. There were some who thought that the Presidents persona was anti-democratic and threatened the integrity of the Republic, but his administration was marked by a popular and relatively moderate agenda. Parliament (the thought of calling it a Congress couldn't be stomached) was controlled by the Republican Party. Only a few seats were in the hands of left-wingers and independents, and they couldn't provide a united front against the Republicans. It was clear that this ____ was an untenable position, and would lead to Republican dominance. A meeting of the left-wing parties (Very few of which actually had any elected Representatives. Fewer had any of any importance) took place in London on November 6, 1950. All manner of Marxists, Marxist-Leninists, Trotskyists, Social Democrats, and even Anarchists arrived at the convention. The conventions chair, Jack Lawson, of the British Labour Party, the largest left wing party, hoped to forge a national left-wing party that could challenge Montgomery and the Republicans in Parliament and for the Presidency. Lawson was unsuccessful. The London Conference ended with an agreement to run a single left-wing ticket for the Presidency, but there was so much disagreement about policies that it was decided the parties would run seperate candidates for Parliament. Lawson and the left-wing intelligentsia came away disgusted, knowing that there was a very slim chance of winning control of Parliament with the left-wing vote split so many ways.

    Meanwhile, the Republican Party hit a bump. James Salter, a Republican MP and head of the House Budget Committee abridged a section of the Budget, suggesting that funding be taken away from rural needs and diverted to the rebuilding industrial Northeast. Several rural MPs voiced their _____ of this proposal, but found Salter backed up by the party heads, most of whom were urban intelligentsia and gentry. A rift developed, with the rural MPs threatening to leave the party. Finally they did so in February 1951, forming the Country Party. The Country Party was headed by ____ and would advocate for one-nation conservatism and rural needs, as opposed to the big-tentism of the Republicans. Despite initially talking about running a candidate for President, Montgomerys popularity made winning the Presidency nearly impossible, and many feared that it would tarnish the new partys reputation. It was decided that the Country Party would stand candidates throughout Britain while endorsing Montgomery for President.

    The campaigning season lasted from early May to July 1st. Montgomery faced off against the Popular Front's (the name for the left-wing alliance) Arthur Horner, a Welshman and member of the Communist Party as well as Sinn Féin's Robert Barton. Montgomery and his surrogates portrayed Horner as a radical and suggested he was in league with the Soviets. Republican campaigners made a few stops in Northern Ireland to convince Protestants to vote for Montgomery. There, they made a big deal out of Montgomery's support for the continued British rule of Northern Ireland.

    Like in 1949, Bernard Montgomery swept the nation on election day. He received a commanding 65.9% of the vote, an increase from before attributed to his popular policies and his oppositions rather extreme leftism. Once again, _____ _____ came away with ____%. Montgomerys victory and the sense of celebration across Britain quickly changed on July 3rd when a mob stormed the Londonderry City Hall after allegations of the Protestant ruling class rigging the voting came to light. Soldiers of the ______ from the Ebrington Barracks returned order to the city, but as news spread throughout Ulster, sectarian tensions ________. came to a head

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    The Northern Irish Emergency was the largest and dominant issue of the Presidential Election of 1953. After the Storming of the Londonderry City Hall on July 3rd, 1951 by a Catholic mob, sectarian tensions spread like wildfire throughout Northern Ireland. A few isolated incidents were reported in July, and in London and Belfast, it looked like the rebellion could be a dud. The hopes of the Republics establishment were proven wrong on August 4th, when Seán Cronin and 125 members of the Irish Republican Army launched an attack on the Abercorn Barracks. The Nationalists managed to break into the _____, placing explosives on _____ and making off with several trucks and _____ of ammunition and mortars. The mortars were dispersed throughout Ulster to other ____ of the IRA. These mortars wreacked havoc on the British Army and RUC, with _____ casualties recorded following mortar attacks. The biggest movement came on November 10th when the Nationalists inflitrated Stormont Manor, assassinating Basil Brooke, Prime MInister of Northern Ireland. Montgomery authorized the deployment of 50,000 troops to Northern Ireland. Perhaps his most famous quote: "Ulster is British!", came during a speech to a joint session of Parliament. The newly deployed men were a mixture of grizzled World War Two veterans and green youngsters on National Service.

    The newly deployed troops met significant resistance from Nationalist forces and volunteers from America, mostly Catholics from Massachusetts who had seen what their cousins faced while deployed in Ulster during the Second World War. The War in Ireland was not anything like what moist of the British officers expected. They faced partisans, willing to fight in unconventional ways. Casulties came at a great cost to national serviceman, most of whom had little interest in fighting for Ulster. THeir distinterest was matched by ferocity of the Royal Ulster Constabulary, Ulster Protestant Action, and Special Air Service- groups that were all accused of increasing atrocities. Public opinion for the War in Northern Ireland remained positive throughout Montgomerys second term. This can mostly be attributed to the BBCs rather restrictive policy on reporting the war. Montgomery tactlessly in June 1952 asked President Dewey to cut down on weapons imports from the United States to the Irish Nationalists. Montgomery received a rather weak answer from Dewey, which effectively stated that he would try but was not certain that anything would change. The United States-Britain relationship was strained but quickly recovered.

    Montgomery sought other ways to advance his popularity. He advocated for a series of articles in newspapers to higlight the growth in Leeds. Pictures of a reindustrializing Britain reached America where it enhanced Montgomerys popularity. Montgomery unvieled the British Nuclear Project in December 1952, revealing that a device had been tested in the Pacific. That made Britain the third power to have a nuclear bomb, showing that Britain was a force to be reckoned with. In November 1952, the United States elects Dwight Eisenhower President. Eisenhower led the US Army in Europe during the Second World War and his election confirms the rebirth of the alliance between Britain and the United States.

    Everyone knew Montgomery would be reelected in 1953. The question was, by what margin? Labour managed to purge its most radical elements at a meeting in Cardiff, nominating ANeurin Bevan for the Presidency. It was thought that Bevan could keep the coalition together, but his attmepts to do that were futile. The communists nominated Arthur Horner again. Sinn Féin chose James McSparran (Robert Barton was interned somewhere in Long Kesh prison). The swing vote was the Unionist Party. In 1949 and '51 that party had endorsed Montgomery who they knew supported the retention of Ulster. There were fears amongst Unionist hardliners that Montgomery was not fully committed to what had become known as "The Northern IRish Emergency". Word of a possible Unionist candidate reached the ears of the Republican elite who pressured Montgomery into using Unionist rhetoric in his campaigning. On April 3rd, the Unionist Partyt under Edward Warburton Jones endorsed Montgomery. Though a split between the Republicans and Unionists would have probably had negligable effects on the actualy popular vote count, Warburton Jones endorsement was a victory for the Montgomery campaign. Montgomery trounced his opponents with 61.3% of the vote. Labour received 7.2%, with the Communists receiving a humiliating. 2.1%. Sinn Féin was reduced to 3.8%, which was likely because the violent events in Ulster kept many from turning out to the polls. All other contenders had less than 5% each.

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    Once again a tragedy for Britain came soon after an electionm. July 25th was V-E day. TO commemerate it, a parade was held in LOndon. The parade was sure to have most of the government in attendance. The IRA decided that would be a perfect time to knock off President Montgomery. Preperations for the assassination began early in the year. Montgomery would sit with the Cabinet in a grandstand in front of the ______. THe IRA would put a bomb under the grandstand, which owuld go off, killing the President and Cabinet. IRA gunmen would open up from the crowd to kill any survivors. The operation moved smoothly throught the lanning phase, and the bomb was planted. July 25th came and the Ministry of Intelligence did their sweep, finding nothing suspicious. A workman, however, moved the item containing the bomb. At the allotted time, the bomb went off. Its new location considerably lessened the damage caused. President Montgomery was not killed, though the explosions proximity to a pile of wood created a cloud of sawdust. The IRA men in the crowd went forward with their part of the plot, opening up with submachineguns on the survivors of the blast. Due to the bombs movement, many of Montgomerys guard remained alive. The assailants were quickly dispatched by the overwhelming British firepower. President Montgomery, meanwhile, was rushed to ____ and holed up with heavy security. IRA attacks and bombings quickly followed all over London. Brixton Prison was raided, while Nelsons Column in Trafalgar Square was levelled by a car-bomb. The casualties were many, though the IRA killed more civilians, and strategically, the attacks were a failure.

    The Evening newspapers that day screamed for blood.
     
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    Dramatis personæ:
    Richard Nixon- President of the United States, 1969-1977
    Spiro Agnew- Vice President of the United States, 1969-1977
    William Westmoreland- United States General
    Charlie Wilson- Democratic President from Texas
    Denis Healy- British Prime Minister
     
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    Fear and Loathing in Jamaica, c. 236 IC

    RANK Baxter Irwin Reed III, TITLES reclined in his leather chair, riding boots dirtying the maps on his desk when RANK2 Lewis Windrip had the nerve to enter the RANK's study. Windrip was hit with a blast of smoke from the joint the RANK was smoking. Hearing his ____ interrupted, the RANK slowly opened his eyes, blinking because of the bright light that came through the (type of tropical windows). Finally, he began: "Well, Windrip, what is it?"

    The lower-ranking man, used to communicating with superiors in a stupor calmly spoke: "Sir, revolts all throughout (where are the revolt?). They say ____ has been taken and communication has been lost with ____.[/COLOR]"

    The RANK muttered an oath as he casually threw the joint to the ground, before stamping it into ash. He sat scratching his beard, before asking: "Do we have orders to move?"

    The subaltern wryly smiled. "No, sir. I have heard told that the Expeditionaries will deploy."

    His interest piqued, the RANK asked: "How many will go?"

    His RANK2 delivered a shocking blow as he said: "All of them, sir."

    "And when will they move?"

    "Within the week."

    A grin spread over the RANK's face. His eyes glazed over as he imagined the flag of Jamaica proudly waving over Kingston, the hated Expeditionaries slaughtered as they fled into the sea, and, best of all, himself crowned as Tsar of Jamaica. He suddenly spoke: "Windrip, prepare my horse. I will inspect my men within the hour."

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    Excerpt from Imperial Papers on Colonel Irwin Baxter Reed, III

    Born October 1, 200 IC. Parents Irwin Baxter Reed, II & Jessica Clemetson. Father Lieutenant Colonel in 3e Jamaican Rifles. Father died in combat in Acapulco June 1, 212 (SEE FILE ON JUAREZ REVOLT OF 211). Educated at Imperial Armed Forces Preparatory Academy, Rugby. Graduated 1e in class, disciplined for possession of kegs of alcohol & brutality to fellow students. Attended Imperial Officers College, Beijing 219-224. Prefect 223-224. Captain of Polo Team 222-224. Capped in Polo, Riding & Fencing. Involved with suspected drug ring. Assigned as 2e Lieutenant w/ Kingston Fusiliers August 224. Acheived distinguished service medal in skirmish with Haitian smugglers January 225. Deployed with Kingston Fusiliers to Mexico to quell Juarez Revolt of 224 (SEE FILE ON JUAREZ REVOLT OF 224). Given 3 distinguished service medal & Purple Heart for action in which all superiors up to Lieutenant Colonel were killed. Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel June 3 225. Returned to Jamaica with Kingston Fusiliers for garrison service. Served garrison service in Atlanta, Rome, China, and Puerto Rico between 225 and 229. Promoted to Colonel upon retirement of predecessor (SEE FILE ON DEVERE, JONAS - IMIN 1456 7809 6719 1051 1). Brash personality led to disputes with other officers in Kingston mess. Deployed with rest of CCXI Division (JAMAICA DIVISION) to Saigon January 231 (SEE FILE MONTAGNARD REVOLT 228). Trapped at Muang Sam Tai with CCXI Division. Became highest ranked officer in Muang Sam Tai pocket. Appointed officers to vacancies. Garnered popularity w/ troops of CCXI Division. Led 100 mile march to Thanh Hoa with CCXI Division June 232. Shot by sniper 6 mile from Thanh Hoa. Sent to hospital in Singapore, developed infection, state critical. Acquired opiod addiction. Promoted to Major General of CCXI Division December 232, returned to Jamaica with Division. Clashed with Expeditionary General Allen Marcus (SEE FILE ON MARCUS, ALLEN - IMIN 1789 7098 1231 7689 6). Gen. Allen & Governor Sharif requested psych. exam. Given psych. exam. by Dr.s Amir

    (SEE FILE ON AMIR, PAUL - IMIN 6790 5610 7823 3240 9) & Chung
    (SEE FILE ON CHUNG, VLADIMIR - IMIN 7678 0001 7643 3201 8). No results bc. Dr.s Amir & Chung killed by Jamaican Resistance carbomb December 3, 234. Major General Reed curr. commands CCXI Division in Kingston. Highly neurotic, megalomanical tendencies. Styles self as "Colonel". Has habit of riding white horse "Bucephalus" & carrying a cavalry sword.

    PURPLE CLEARANCE REQUIRED TO CONTINUE

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    Vietnam 14

    CSA: (1-5 Full US Breakup) (6-35 Successful) (36-100 Unsuccessful)

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    Roll to Modernize: (1-11 Full Conquest) (12-50 No) (51-75 Partial) (76-100 Successful)

    Japan 42
    Korea 85
    China 34
    Vietnam 14

    CSA: (1-5 Full US Breakup) (6-35 Successful) (36-100 Unsuccessful)

    8 CSA Independent

    Austro-Prussian: (Prussia Modest Victory 1-40) (Prussia Great Victory 41-60) (White Peace 61-70) (Austria Modest Victory 71-95) (Austria Great Victory 96-100)

    3 OTL

    Franco-Prussian:
    (Prussia 1-70) (France 71-100)

    94 France takes Saarland, gets option to buy Luxembourg, some of Western Germany reverts to independence

    Buy Luxembourg: (1-67 Yes) (68-100 No)

    64 Yes

    Anarchism, Communism, Socialism, Rural Socialism?: (1-4)

    2 Communism is main revolutionary ideology

    Roll for Nations:
    UK 49 Colonizes less land than OTL
    France 85 Strongest power
    Netherlands 27 Worse than OTL
    Belgium 28 Smaller Congo colony
    Prussia 32 Suffers a bad time, remains conservative, wants to unify Germany
    Austria 69 Does about OTL
    Bavaria 85 Liberalizes, considered premier German state, gains a few areas and is ready to fight Prussia
    Sweden 77 Gets a few colonies
    Russia 59 Does OTL
    Italy 47 OTL
    Portugal 77 Gets Green map
    Spain 24 Carlist Wars, _____ installed, Philippines and Cuba lost
    Ottomans 68 Does better than OTL
    Greece 42 Gains little land
    USA 59 Does alright
    CSA 11 Texas secedes, US reconquers North, South becomes puppet of ______
    Brazil 63 Alright
    Boers 75 Better than OTL, remain independent
    Mexico 15 Collapses, loses Rio Grande and Yucatan
    Korea 20 Does badly but modernized
    China 19 Worse than OTL, Manchuria to Russia
    Japan 77 Independent, but undeveloped
     
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    Location:
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  18. Baconheimer Berserker of Chaos

    Joined:
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    Location:
    Former Confederate Republic of Virginia (FCROV)
    1861-1865: Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) / Hannibal Hamlin (R-ME)
    1860 def. OTL
    1861-1865: Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) * / Andrew Johnson (R-TN) *
    1864 def. OTL
    1865-1877: Ulysses S. Grant (NP-OH) / VACANT
    1868 def. Horace Greeley (R-NY)

    (Claimants of the 17th Presidency:
    Gideon Welles (R-CT) - 1865
    Fernando Wood (Democratic - New York) - 1865-1867)

    Parties:
    N-P - Non-Partisan
    R - Republican

    Annotations:
    * - Assassinated
     
  19. Baconheimer Berserker of Chaos

    Joined:
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    Location:
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    Alabama: Heflin (D)
    Alaska: Stevens (R)
    Arkansas: Pryor (D)
    Colorado: Armstrong (R)
    Delaware: Biden (D)
    Georgia: Nunn (D)
    Idaho: McClure (R)
    Illinois: Simon (D-GAIN)
    Iowa: Neal Edward Smith (D-GAIN)
    Kansas: Landon Kassebaum (R)
    Kentucky: Huddleston (D)
    Louisiana: Johnston (D)
    Maine: Cohen (R)
    Massachusetts: Bulger (D)
    Michigan: Levin (D)
    Minnesota: Spannaus (D-GAIN)
    Mississippi: Evelyn Gandy (D-GAIN)
    Montana: Baucus (D)
    Nebraska: Exon (D)
    New Hampshire: Humphrey (R)
    NJ: Bradley (D)
    NM: Domenici (R)
    NC: Hunt (D-GAIN)
    Oklahoma: Boren (D)
    Oregon: Hatfield (R)
    RI: Pell (D)
    SC: Thurmond (R)
    SD: Pressler (R)
    TN: Wilder (D-GAIN)
    Texas: Paul (R)
    VA: Warner (R)
    WV: Randolph (D)
    Wyoming: Simpson (R)
     
  20. Baconheimer Berserker of Chaos

    Joined:
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    Location:
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    Just a century earlier...

    3. Arthur St. Clair (1801) *
    4. John Jay (1801-1809)
    5. Henry Dearborn (1801-1813)
    6. Joseph Bloomfield (1813-1821)
    7. Jeremiah Morrow (1821-1823)*
    8. John Brooks (1823-1825) *
    9. John Quincy Adams (1825) **
    10. Louis McLane (1825-1829)
    11. Caleb P. Bennett (1829-1833)
    12. Martin van Buren (1833-1845) *
    13. Thomas Benton (1845-1853)
    14. James Monroe (1853-1861)
    15. Edward Everett (1861-1863) ***
    16. Louis Wigfall (1863-1869)
    17. William M. Gwin (1869-1873) ****
    18. William B. Williams (1873-1877)
    19. James Milton Smith (1877-1881)
    20. Newton Booth (1881-1889)
    21. John Hancock (1889-1893)
    22. Thomas James Churchill (1893-1901)
    23. Hugh Berry Hancock (1901-1909)
    24. Albert J. Hopkins (1909-Present)

    * - Died
    ** - Secretary of State, ascended to Presidency
    *** - Assassinated
    **** - Resigned