Nation States Issues : Bullet Time

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Today I’ve got this Issue on my Nationstates (


Bullet Time

Regular traffic congestion within NATIONSNAME’s interstate highways has resulted in a flurry of petitions being sent to you demanding the development of a Maglev bullet train connecting the nation’s major cities. Apparently there was going to be a demonstration outside your front door as well, but the protesters got stuck in traffic.

I’ve encountered with many choices

1. Moments before you are about to go home after a long day at work, an intruder intercepts you at your front door. His face is a deeper shade of red than the sunset outside your window. He yells at you: “Eight hours! Do you have any idea how it feels to sit in traffic for eight hours? Be quiet! How can I do good work when the commute takes the whole day? Listen, most other developed nations already have high-speed, high-efficiency railway systems, and not having one is not doing us any favors, economically or for our mental health. We Need Bullet Trains! Give us Bullet Trains!”


2. “That angry fellow is correct, you know…” says Marleen Head, an agreeable businesswoman who gently guides the furious commuter to the back door, “but who is to say the burden of the cost should be on the government’s back? Me and my colleagues in Budget Rail Incorporated can get NATIONSNAME high speed connections with no cost to your taxpayers. We’ve got suppliers of nearly-new metal, fairly decent quality second-hand trains, engines that almost passed emission standards. We’ve even identified which arable land owners you’ll need to force to sell to us to make this service fast and profitable. Just sign, quickly, here, here, here, and umm… initials here…”


3. “You can’t do it!” groans Kendall Mistletoe, ecologically minded pop-musician with the recent #1 hit I Hugged A Tree and I Liked It. “Mother Nature gives us love, and look at how we treat Her. We’re binding her flesh with steel rails. I mean, forests, the trees, all that… they give us oxygen and stuff. Dodge the bullet, save the world!”


4. “Slow down, now. Slow down, all…” says Imogen Christensen, a villager visiting the capital for the first time. “More railways is a fine thing for all, but why have fancy high speed trains that zoom past all the interesting places on the way? I think you should be building a LOW speed rail, that stops at all the picturesque hamlets and towns, and brings visitors to them. Stop by Little Droppings – that’s my own town, by the way – and I’ll brew you a nice cup of tea.”


5. Dismiss the issue


Option 1. sounds nice so I choose it.

The result saids ‘In life full of care there is no time to stop and stare.’


In result, my nation get a boost of this qualities.

Sector: Manufacturing

Gooback-Jerbs Productivity Index 8.4%

Public Transport

Societal Mobility Rating 6.2%


Kardashian Reflex Score 1.8%

Ideological Radicality

Paul-Nader Subjective Decentrality Index 1.0%

Economic Output


Average Income


Civil Rights

Martin Luther King, Jr. Units 0.34%

Government Size

Bureaucratic Comprehensiveness Rating Scale Index 0.33%

Recreational Drug Use

Pineapple Fondness Rating 0.27%


Cheeks Per Square Mile 0.24%


Workforce Participation Rate 0.20%


Quips Per Hour 0.14%


Effective Tax Rate 0.08%



And decline in this qualities

Human Development Index

Human Development Index 0.09%


Years 0.30%


Tourists Per Hour 0.56%

Foreign Aid

Clooney Contribution Index 0.63%

Public Education

Edu-tellignce® Test Score 0.63%


Safety Net Mesh Density Rating 0.63%

Business Subsidization

Gilded Widget Scale 0.63%


Dolphin Recycling Awareness Index 0.63%

Public Healthcare

Theresa-Nightingale Rating 0.63%


Snufflebottom-Wiggendum Pentatonic Scale 0.95%

Social Conservatism

Bush-Santorum Dawning Terror Index 1.1%

Environmental Beauty

Pounds Of Wildlife Per Square Mile 1.7%


Meters Of Sunlight 1.8%

Industry: Automobile Manufacturing

Henry Ford Productivity Index 3.3%




This choice is moderate.


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