maxfaraday wrote:SirSebstar wrote:i would like to see a seperate scoreboard for Nepal.. lets get it done
Let us not forget Tibet.
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macbone wrote:But Changsha, until HK, China, and Taiwan unite their three different Olympic teams, and citizens of each of those three distinct political entities are allowed free movement across their borders, it doesn't really make sense to combine the three into one scoreboard, or even to lump the HKSAR in with mainland China.
True, Taiwan is viewed by the UN as part of China, but Taiwan asserts its own independence (though these days not quite as loudly), and it's a member of the WTO. When the US sends its surplus jets to Taiwan, is it in fact sending them to the People's Liberation Army? Hong Kong residents aren't allowed to join the PLA, either. I think the HK and China scoreboards are active enough to stand on their own without necessitating a combination of the two.
Mr Changsha wrote:DoomYoshi wrote:Mr. Changsha, it might be a better idea for you to ask the various Chinese, Taiwanese, etc. players if they prefer/don't care/don't want this change. It doesn't affect 99% of the players here. You see there are only 10 serious players, so if you can get 10 prefers/don't cares and no don't wants, I will pop this into [Submitted] regardless of the result of this poll.
So my current plan of challenging the leader of the Hong Kong faction to a one-off dubs on the Hong Kong map to determine sovereignty, is not the official, or the correct, way of going about this?
Chariot of Fire wrote:maxfaraday wrote:I say let's set up a quads game with the PACK against the Chinese.
Let's see who eats who.
The winner will then decide.
You should know the Chinese will eat anything. You lose
Symmetry - ever thought of setting up your own web site where you can administer to your heart's content?
DoomYoshi wrote:I think at this point, the scoreboards are starting to sound like a funhouse.
CC has no control over the flags that are shown. So, rejected. Sorry Mr. C.
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