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« on: March 16, 2012, 09:42:25 pm »
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Welcome to the office of attorney general Fuzzybigfoot.    

If you have any questions or concerns, please post them here.  If you are filing a case, please PM the AG with the details.    

If this involves cake, please come in and share it!  Cheesy  



Thanx!



-Fuzzy
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« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2012, 12:33:22 am »
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Congratulations on your confirmation- despite our minor disagreement on the issue I raised in your hearing I look forward to our mutual action... I want you to know that I will soon be putting a bill forward which will give the Senate the ability to reverse DOJ action if it overules regional or municipal policies...this relates to my question to you in the hearing
Want to put this on your radar screen...
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« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2012, 10:53:16 am »
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The Attorney general is currently dispatching his minions to investigate the apparent plot to steal purified plutonium in Eastern Nevada.  



...........



Stay tuned.
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« Reply #3 on: March 26, 2012, 02:23:53 pm »
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Fuzzy!!!!!!!
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« Reply #4 on: March 26, 2012, 07:02:26 pm »
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Fuzzy!!!!!!!

Cheesy  Napoleon!
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« Reply #5 on: March 26, 2012, 07:23:15 pm »
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« Reply #6 on: May 21, 2012, 10:02:09 pm »
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The statute page on the wiki will undergo maintenance in the coming days, FYI.
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« Reply #7 on: May 21, 2012, 10:04:25 pm »
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Go Fuzzy! Cheesy
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Yeah, after four years of being a non-disruptive poster on the forum, never considered a troublemaker, even someone who was liked well enough to be elected Atlasian President, Napoleon should be allowed to stay.


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« Reply #8 on: May 23, 2012, 10:12:42 pm »
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For the sake of national security, I will be writing down the licence plate numbers of all the Muslims.  Do not question my authority.  Angry
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« Reply #9 on: May 24, 2012, 01:20:21 am »
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For the sake of national security, I will be writing down the licence plate numbers of all the Muslims.  Do not question my authority.  Angry
STRONGLY APPROVE
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« Reply #10 on: May 24, 2012, 01:26:45 am »
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What?
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« Reply #11 on: May 24, 2012, 02:01:46 am »
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Now it is 1984
Knock, knock at your front door
It's the Fuzzy registration secret police
They have come for your muslim niece
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« Reply #12 on: May 24, 2012, 04:29:18 pm »
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Now it is 1984
Knock, knock at your front door
It's the Fuzzy registration secret police
They have come for your muslim niece


This is sig worthy!  Grin
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« Reply #13 on: May 24, 2012, 04:50:29 pm »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.
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« Reply #14 on: May 24, 2012, 05:03:34 pm »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.


Someone is now a suspect!
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« Reply #15 on: May 24, 2012, 05:21:25 pm »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.


Someone is now a suspect!

Of? Being a Muslim? Larceny? Tax fraud?
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« Reply #16 on: May 24, 2012, 05:25:48 pm »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.


Someone is now a suspect!

Of? Being a Muslim? Larceny? Tax fraud?

Maybe all, now that you mention it!  Mwahahahaha
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« Reply #17 on: May 24, 2012, 05:55:58 pm »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.


Someone is now a suspect!

Of? Being a Muslim? Larceny? Tax fraud?

Maybe all, now that you mention it!  Mwahahahaha

I assure you, I am not a crook and I did not have sexual relations with that woman. The DoEA is seriously concerned if being a Muslim is considered a crime... That may alienate some countries...

On an unrelated Justice-related note, is there any sort of functional Supreme Court?
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« Reply #18 on: May 24, 2012, 07:54:21 pm »
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In more serious news, The Atlasian Mountaintop Removal Ban Act, Atlasian Arts Advocation Act of 2012, and the Corporate Governance Reform Acts have all been logged in the wiki.
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« Reply #19 on: May 25, 2012, 11:40:22 am »
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Please tell me you took the text labeled as "Final Text" and not what was in the OP. Tongue
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« Reply #20 on: May 25, 2012, 11:43:33 am »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.


Someone is now a suspect!

Of? Being a Muslim? Larceny? Tax fraud?

Maybe all, now that you mention it!  Mwahahahaha

I assure you, I am not a crook and I did not have sexual relations with that woman. The DoEA is seriously concerned if being a Muslim is considered a crime... That may alienate some countries...

On an unrelated Justice-related note, is there any sort of functional Supreme Court?

As soon as it get's set up, we may just have fried Fuzzy to celebrate the start of our first oversight committee.
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« Reply #21 on: May 25, 2012, 01:35:26 pm »
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Please tell me you took the text labeled as "Final Text" and not what was in the OP. Tongue

Don't worry.  Tongue
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« Reply #22 on: May 25, 2012, 01:37:32 pm »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.


Someone is now a suspect!

Of? Being a Muslim? Larceny? Tax fraud?

Maybe all, now that you mention it!  Mwahahahaha

I assure you, I am not a crook and I did not have sexual relations with that woman. The DoEA is seriously concerned if being a Muslim is considered a crime... That may alienate some countries...

On an unrelated Justice-related note, is there any sort of functional Supreme Court?

As soon as it get's set up, we may just have fried Fuzzy to celebrate the start of our first oversight committee.

But I'm an endangered species! 
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« Reply #23 on: May 25, 2012, 04:28:47 pm »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.


Someone is now a suspect!

Of? Being a Muslim? Larceny? Tax fraud?

Maybe all, now that you mention it!  Mwahahahaha

I assure you, I am not a crook and I did not have sexual relations with that woman. The DoEA is seriously concerned if being a Muslim is considered a crime... That may alienate some countries...

On an unrelated Justice-related note, is there any sort of functional Supreme Court?

As soon as it get's set up, we may just have fried Fuzzy to celebrate the start of our first oversight committee.

But I'm an endangered species! 

Precisely why fried Fuzzy should only be consumed on special occasions, such as this one.
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« Reply #24 on: May 26, 2012, 03:21:33 am »
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Statement on the Recent Initiative Launched by the Attorney General

The Department of External Affairs is strongly opposed to the recent move by Attorney General Fuzzybigfoot to record the license plate numbers of all Muslims currently residing in Atlasia. The Department finds this action to be unnecessary, illogical, and detrimental to the relations of the Atlasian government with the Islamic community both here and abroad. In particular, the Department finds important allies such as Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia will be less likely to trust and work with Atlasia due to the Attorney General's actions, casting doubt as they do upon the loyalty and trustworthiness of Muslims. The Department of External Affairs would like to remind the Atlasian populace and the international community that they are not supportive of this action, and that the actions of the Attorney General do not necessarily correlate with our ability to co-operate with other nations. We hope that Atlasia can continue to work with Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, and Pakistan in order to constrain Iran, despite this incident.

Figured I should post this here too.


Someone is now a suspect!

Of? Being a Muslim? Larceny? Tax fraud?

Maybe all, now that you mention it!  Mwahahahaha

I assure you, I am not a crook and I did not have sexual relations with that woman. The DoEA is seriously concerned if being a Muslim is considered a crime... That may alienate some countries...

On an unrelated Justice-related note, is there any sort of functional Supreme Court?

As soon as it get's set up, we may just have fried Fuzzy to celebrate the start of our first oversight committee.

And you spelled gets as "get's"!  Only a foreigner would do such a thing!!! Shocked  Add 1 to the list, boys.  Wink 
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