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  1. Your Personal Pop Culture DYSTOPIA Timeline

    I should note my comment wasn't really a serious post, it was supposed to be a joke about my personal dystopia being the worst possible outcome as opposed to stuff I like getting canceled.
  2. Your Personal Pop Culture DYSTOPIA Timeline

    My pop culture dystopia is a nuclear war happens so there's no pop culture because everyone is dead.
  3. Thousand-Week Reich - A 'realistic' Nazi victory scenario

    It's probably because of the discord update. It's happened in every thread that used them.
  4. The New Order: Last Days of Europe Thread II

    Well, there is a slight difference in some of the paths, namely around how the people view themselves. You can go full asshole and get the locals to hate you in exchange for maximizing profits and making the Japanese love you, which is a path that is unlikely to survive the GAW, but if you...
  5. The New Order: Last Days of Europe Thread II

    Philosophical question: Which is ultimately more cyberpunk? To play Guangdong as awfully and exploitatively as you can in the time it has, bringing your corporation huge profits, or try to make it a somewhat functional state where the Zhujin concept becomes an actual cultural identity and the...
  6. The New Order: Last Days of Europe Thread II

    Germany wins in Europe, Japan wins in Asia, the US wins in South America and Africa and everyone wins one of the proxy wars in the middle east maybe?
  7. Your Personal Pop Culture Utopia timeline

    We keep seeing it in movies because it is unfortunately a reflection of reality.
  8. The Star-Spangled Expanded Universe of "What Madness Is This?"

    I agree, but awkward parallelism is the whole point of this exercise no? It's supposed to be a sort of reversed Carolina in every way.
  9. These Fair Shores: The Commonwealth of New England

    Again though, I don't understand why national size would result in lots of parties. By that logic tiny countries should have only a few parties but they often have some of the most fragmented political systems. It is entirely possible for a large nation to end up with a relatively small amount...
  10. These Fair Shores: The Commonwealth of New England

    Size does not necessarily correspond to political party quantity. You can look at the US and its two parties or conversely countries like Belgium or Lithuania which have a fairly large amount of parties despite being small.
  11. The Star-Spangled Expanded Universe of "What Madness Is This?"

    Another idea: Carolina in WMIT is notable for having a very wide but not tall shape, leading to the appearance that it's kind of jutting into the side of NUSA. What if instead this alternate Georgia ends up being very tall but not very wide, having a large part of the coast but losing territory...
  12. The Star-Spangled Expanded Universe of "What Madness Is This?"

    Another (non-serious) idea: this Georgia/alt Carolina is generally very racially tolerant, but for some strange reason is incredibly racist towards Koreans specifically
  13. "What Madness Is This?" Volume III: The Pinnacle Future

    I think it's been said multiple times that a lot of the people we see are genuinely good and heroic and would do a lot of good in our world, it's just that growing up in this world has altered their understanding of what "good" means.
  14. The Star-Spangled Expanded Universe of "What Madness Is This?"

    Not racist, has a history of getting screwed over by wannabe aristocrats and has therefore developed an incredibly powerful "nation of the common man" cultural identity. Rather then being permanently stuck in the 50s has a 1960s hippie wave aesthetic.
  15. Your Personal Pop Culture Utopia timeline

    Honestly I have no idea. Your guess is as good as mine.
  16. Your Personal Pop Culture Utopia timeline

    The moon was basically just a rock. If Venus is truly habitable by humans that would get a totally different reaction I think.
  17. Your Personal Pop Culture Utopia timeline

    I feel like the realization that another planet in the solar system is fully capable of supporting human life would have such profound impacts on culture and politics that these sorts of predictions are basically just 100% conjecture. For one the development of space technology would happen very...
  18. Your Personal Pop Culture Utopia timeline

    The presence of a Venus on which humans could comfortably live would probably inspire more investment into space colonization yes, but beyond that we really can't know what kind of world it would be, too many butterflies.
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