Wow. That is.... one heck of a provocation. I mean, I'm British and I winced at that. Very cool symbolism, but that would do it to endlessly poison relations.- After the British destroyed Hamilton, D.C. and saw the constitution used a cigar wrapper, the Americans have held limitless animosity for the British.
I'm guessing they probably have something to do with Niassa, which is also a one party state and almost seems like a Portuguese Rhodesia.Speaking of Southern Africa, I wonder what's up with "Kafuestroom" capital "Bergharen" and "Grootmyn" capital "Theronberg." those are afrikaans or german sounding names. they are marked as "one party states" like SA Federation. Possible these are deeper Boer settlements that got independence for just the euro-settled areas?
While we are on the topic, how's Matt Groening doing ITTL. I know that @CosmicAsh doesn't like doing pop culture stuff, but here's the basics. He was born in Portland, OR, and wrote the underground comic Life in Hell before creating The Simpsons and Futurama.Sounds like they were visited by Bender from Futurama.
I posted the picture on the discord, and @CosmicAsh wanted to canonize it, so I did a quick writeup.
I can confirm this piece is canon material. The British Museum obtained their extensive collection during the 1850s during the sack of the District of Columbia.
You missed the opportunity to have the POD be the US getting their ass handing to them in a much more brutal War of 1812, with New England seceding from the Union and joining the British Empire as a protectorate.After the British destroyed Hamilton, D.C. and saw the constitution used a cigar wrapper, the Americans have held limitless animosity for the British.