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  1. mymatedave10

    These Fair Shores: The Commonwealth of New England

    The mix of condescension and security rules in the pamphlet for rich tourists really is a delight.
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    Jimmy Two: America in Carter's Second Term

    Okay, hope you had fun and take your time. Looking forward to when it's ready.
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    Gipper Falls: An Alternate 80s and Beyond

    Honestly I can seriously see Bush handling the AIDS situation so much better than Reagan, he'd be much more rational about contraception and even needles than a ideologue like Reagan would be, not surprised it's annoying the religious conservatives though.
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    The Dead Skunk

    Poinsett reminds me somewhat of a quote from Yes Minister, "You have to get behind someone before you can stab them in the back." Necessary, I imagine he thinks given everything, but still a betrayal.
  5. mymatedave10

    These Fair Shores: The Commonwealth of New England

    This is also a very curious set up, but I can understand how it was developed.
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    These Fair Shores: The Commonwealth of New England

    Goddamn, Darwin's practically a one party state, and it looks like it's dominated by the Chinese population. 40 years of party governance is a hell of a thing.
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    WI: a SR Russia and Long America - The Century of the Common Man

    Nice to see this back again, looking forward to it.
  8. mymatedave10

    Eric Flint has died

    Sad to hear this news, like many here his 163x books were what got me into alternate history. RIP.
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    The Falling Rain: A Graphics Timeline

    Nice, and I see the author is also a fan of a RPG web series run by voice actors.
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    The Assassination of Tony Blair - A British TL

    Don't worry about it, RL always comes first and best of luck with the exams.
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    The Assassination of Tony Blair - A British TL

    You've just hit on why a militarised surveillance state, once developed, can never truly be abolished. Even if the people running the organisation would be willing to set aside such power, if there was ever any future attacks that could have even hypothetically been avoided by having retained...
  12. mymatedave10

    The Assassination of Tony Blair - A British TL

    Funny. Although less a scandal and more of a cringe sound bite.
  13. mymatedave10

    "A Very British Transition" - A Post-Junta Britain TL

    missing word after a Nice work though, still lots of space for all sorts of shenanigannery.
  14. mymatedave10

    Discontent And Deviation: The UK in the 1970's

    So not tired, but still emotional. ;)
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    Discontent And Deviation: The UK in the 1970's

    Is George here still an alcoholic?
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    Discontent And Deviation: The UK in the 1970's

    Well it looks like "tired and emotional" may be linked to a Tory MP, leader even, rather than Labour's George Brown. I noticed the news media is different as well, no Murdoch than?
  17. mymatedave10

    These Fair Shores: The Commonwealth of New England

    Thanks for the English version, and very smart of all the diplomats to use Quincy as a scapegoat for the war, this way they might be able to negotiate without losing face.
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    "A Very British Transition" - A Post-Junta Britain TL

    I don't think there's supposed to be two SDPs, but I am still really liking this TL, keep up the good work.
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