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PaxOku Community Meeting August 8, 2009 PaxOku City Who and What do they do?: For those that don't know who everyone is and what they do, I created a little list instead of the normal attendance I do on these write-ups. Ares [OkuB], Blue Guard Guildmaster / City Council Member Bam Bam [PaxO], Mayor of PaxOku City Niva The Savage, [T_T] Savage Guild Guildmistress / Viceroy of Kijustsu Anei Gareth [PaxO], Adviser / City Council Member / Deputy Caretaker of PaxOku City Merik [uOSS], Oku News Network Leader / Uo Stratics Reporter EM Vladimere, Chesapeake Event Moderator 1
OOC: My guild, Kingdom of Inethria, holds lecture nights at our Academy. We are looking for the great/prominent and interesting lecturers. Please leave me a personal message here (or just reply to this post) if you are interested. The only stipulation is that you remain in character. If your character is a shard famous treasure hunter, talk about your experiences in that, not about how UOAssist helps.
OOC: My guild, Kingdom of Inethria, holds lecture nights at our Academy on the Catskills shard. We are looking for the great/prominent and interesting lecturers from all shards to come lecture to us. The only stipulation is that you remain in character. We would prefer role-players, but doesn't mean you have to be. We would only ask you stay In-character for the duration of the lecture (dont talk about how long you played UO, your skill numbers, etc). If your character is a shard famous treasure hunter, talk about your experiences in that, not about how UOAssist helps. Please leave me a
WASHINGTON(AP) President Bush, bracing for more street protests and a Senate showdown on immigration reform, called Saturday for legislation that does not force America to choose between being a welcoming society and a lawful one. "America is a nation of immigrants, and we're also a nation of laws," Bush said in his weekly radio address about the emotional immigration issue that has driven a wedge in his party. Bush sides with business leaders who want legislation to let some immigrants stay in the country and work for a set period of time. Others, including Senate Majority Leader Bill Fri