WMT: Minnow Judgement

There are two main definitions for the word minnow – one being a small freshwater Eurasian cyprinoid fish that typically forms large shoals and the other being a person or organization of relatively small size, power, or influence – so it is easy to take this word and use it to describe the alliances listed below. You are small and smell like fish.

Last week, I reviewed alliances in the top 30 and the reaction was a lot more than I thought it would turn out to be. My alliance, The Island, was even coincidentally attacked a day after the article went live – was it because of the judgements? I don’t know and I don’t care – but if it was, I’m happy I was able to strike a chord with you. Let me take a second to write something up for liability purposes.

Before you go and get all bootyhurt about what is about to happen, just remember that this is an opinion post – that literally means that this is my opinion – nobody else’s opinion. So, when you get all bent out of shape because I am speaking from my heart and mind based off my own experiences and view of you and your alliance the only thing you should do is either agree or disagree – if you know you’re trash, be better than trash. If you don’t think you’re trash (therefore think I’m trash for thinking you’re trash) then you’re not trash. Anything beyond what this post actually is and what you perceive it to be is strictly on you and you alone. With all that being said  – let’s get this show on ze road.

Weighing in at #31 our first alliance up on the judgement block is:

United Purple Nations – Rating: Pulse Check

To be honest with you I had no idea UPN was still around – I am not crazy about following what rank I am in my alliance, which really only makes me look at ranks when I’m judging other alliances – UPN sits at #31 with about 84k score and 28 members with average score of nearly 3000 and they are only allied to Acadia (another alliance I didn’t know was still around) with an MDoAP. My first thought of UPN is something of ‘why the fuck are they still here’ but it really just goes back to the other article where you create a name for yourself and that name sticks. Although the competency and the notable government go away, people know UPN as UPN – its a shell. You don’t see much about UPN other than that CSI: UPN video they posted that got a bit of heat – I’m sure some people have daily connections with them, but they seem pretty dull – they probably need a pulse check to make sure they are still alive and if they get something – break up, do something different.


Camelot – Rating: Burning (Gay) Trash

Nothing makes me more happy than getting the chance to call Camelot trash. Why? Because they always hit me up in DMs or try to make a sly comment on the PW forums about them not being trash – don’t be hurt guys, it’s just a quick judgement. Ever since these guys fell out of the trash bin on the way to the curb, they have been in the headlines as ‘that shit alliance over there’ – either fucking up horrible with political moves, doing shit in wars, crying to theirprotectors, or behaving like absolute autistic children…they are an awful alliance. There really isn’t much more to say about Camelot than that they are a trash alliance fit for garbage people. If you’re a garbage person, Camelot might be the alliance for you. The best way to describe Camelot would be like – some kid you wen to school with who was told ‘good job’ once and then he just thinks he’s the best at everything now – hot shit – but in reality, just hot garbage….and gay! Just to give y’all an idea how how they shape up, they have just under 60 members only 80k alliance strength, and a shit average strength of 1400. #CamelotGarbage

NGL – this one is just straight up trash talk.


Knights of Malta – Rating: Eh

This is a tough one because you don’t really hear much about these guys – pretty lame to make an alliance based on knights again – I think we have plenty of Knights in this game, but to each their own. Their alliance description makes them look like a bunch of third graders; no real hyper link, random caps, grammar and punctuation all over the place – really know design there. I believe this was a merger which included United Hoods – which I was actually sad to see give up and sit in this alliance, seems like a back step. I believe this alliance will end just like all the others that get formed in this fashion – You’ll see maybe a war participation (probably not) and then they will dissolve or UH will pull out and form back up. I labeled this as Eh because they have the potential to do something, but seem to lack the motivation to do anything at all. Eh.


Yakuza – Rating: Y’alright

This is interesting – pretty much two alliances in a row that slightly made it past my harsh judgement. Yakuza, you definitely don’t hear much about these guys – at least not in my conversation circles. That can be good and bad – but looking at their alliance, they look pretty solid for their size. 26 members, 76k alliance strength, and nearly 3k average score – unfortunately protected by the Trash Knights, that will probably be their only downfall. Yakuza, get out of the IQ dump, find you some allies that you can pair with nicely, get you a better family. Y’alright for now – but I don’t want to have to judge you harshly in the future. Congrats for making it through this list.


World Task Force – Rating: Keep it Up

Not gonna lie I thought there were going to be more alliances in this range that I wouldn’t like. The first thing that comes to mind with WTF is – damn – y’all still here? I’m not sure there is anything really bad to say about WTF other than why they haven’t pushed ranks higher – but maybe that isn’t in their purview. Personally, I love being in the range WTF is in, you get more action with politics and drama to keep you engaged in the game.At rank 35 of 252 alliances, they hold 22 members – which is an ideal group. They have nearly 75k alliance strength and almost 4k average score – that is a solid stat set. On top of that they keep their treaties limited which gives them points for not being super attached to a conglomerate treaty pact. I say, keep it up WTF – from my position y’all are doing the good shit.


Electric Space – Rating: Trash Bag

Oof. Where did y’all come from? This alliance seems like your average case of a random pop-up that takes on a ton of different nations, builds ranks fast with mediocre building and only rises in the ranks quickly due to the amount of members they capture. Electric Space has 73 members – too many – and has an average score of 1000. They’ve got about 30 nations above 1k score, everyone else is well-below. The alliance information section is literally cancer including a giant discord icon and the cherry on top is they are protected by Pantheon. This alliance should just merge into Pantheon or dissolve completely – here I was thinking I was going to like all the alliances in these rankings and we found our first ultimate trash alliance in this category – congratulations Electric Space.


Church of Atom – Rating: Be Better

Sure, I’ll give you the fact that Church of Atom is a pretty good-looking alliance. You get points for 16 members with a strict application process. They have nearly 5k average strength and seem to be an active bunch – as far as public perception, I can’t really say anything bad about these guys – I know a few of them, talked with a few of them and never had an issue, so there are some extra points there for y’all. The only downfall I see here is that y’all are protected while also protecting other alliances – I hate that shit. Also, the fact that you have connections with Polaris, Animal Farm, and Solar Knights…ugh and Dark Brotherhood is honestly just trash. I’m assuming y’all have these for a reason, tiering purposes? I think y’all can do better than that and I think you can be Better.


Animation Domination – Rating: Stop it. Get some help.

For the longest time, I actually admired Animation Domination, enough to be allied to them at one point during our time in Paradise. It wasn’t until the war and our dissolving of Paradise that their true colors actually showed. I don’t think they can maintain a war on their own and although they look like a no-fucks alliance, I believe they would actually prefer to just stack up the pixels and not engage in war with anyone – there’s no place for that here, we all know what happened to GPA. The best thing Animation Domination should do is to just stop – split up, join alliances within this judgement and actually learn how to play the game. Y’all have been here nearly a year, amassed 51 nations and you’re still sitting at a low average nation score and still holding onto treaties like you’re some noob alliance with most of them being Optional Defense (read back up on how they don’t want to war) – why sign a treaty if you’re not willing to jump in and help. Ultimately, being a protectorate of BK – you associate yourself with trash – therefore you become trash. Get some help.


The Enterprise – Rating: Has-Been

Honestly not much to say here that wasn’t already said in the T$ rating – either merge back together or fucking quit. There is reason for having a split alliance, but then there is just having two useless alliances when you could have one. I did hear that the ultimate goal for E$ is to end T$ – so maybe do that sooner than later? You can check out the rating for The Syndicate here. You don’t even get a gif.


The Federation – Rating: What even is you?

I’m not even sure what to say about this one – probably shoulda just done a grouping. You’re protected by Pantheon (sorry) and you have an optional defense pact with Knights of Malta. k? Y’all seem to have an active grouping – but, without careful management y’all might just become another lower tier alliance that stacks nations and remains irrelevant – I mean – are you currently relevant? I guess if your plan during your time here is to stack pixels and members under Pantheon, you’re doing the right thing – It would be nice if you guys kept growing, cut the fat, drop the weight and boost that average score and focus on becoming more of what WTF is. I don’t know what you are, do you even know what is you?


Group 1: TUE, RnR, The Revolutionary Front, Orange Defense Network – Rating: Disband

Yeah, I think it’s about that time. Time for a grouping of inadequate, trash smelling alliances. I’m not sure these guys actually give to the game other than controversies, cheating, and being absolutely inactive when it comes to politics. To me, these alliances are only holding the spot for a better alliance to push them even lower in the alliance rankings. RnR might have a pretty solid average score, but these other guys just seem to be pretty useless. If these guys were to disband, you’d have some pretty experienced members from each alliance joining (hopefully) other alliances within this ranking that could use the boost – and actually use the skills to be better. The only thing these alliances are good for is pairing up with larger alliances to be their little meatshields – just disband.


The Foundation – Rating: Failing, Could be better

Overall, The Foundation is not a hugely bad alliance, but there is something lacking here. I believe Samuel Bates came into this world with a giant ego and cocky attitude which ultimately knocked him down a few pegs. They are doing it right by limiting their allies and just having their Rose protection – which means they are loyal to Rose, so we can see them staying with Rose for a while. I think the best thing they can do is stop recruiting, build up the members you have, and become an actual force in the next war. I’m not happy with the ranking you have, too many alliances like The Foundation come into this game with a flame and then immediately get stomped out. Right now, you’re failing – but you could be better. Reach out to me if you want some ideas.


Quick Judgement
Nova Riata – Rating: Disband/Merge
Yarr – Rating: Disband/Merge
Horsemen – Rating: Keep Killing
DEFCON 1 – Rating: Try Harder
The Underground – Rating: Disband/Merge
Aurora – Rating: Disband
Raeiska – Rating: You’re new, I’ll catch you next time.
The Hanseatic League – Rating: Disband
Animal Farm – Rating: Trash/Quit
Rough Riders – Merged with BC
InfoWars – Rating: Merge
Valinor – Rating: Who are you? Disband
Hyperborea – Rating: Disband
The Empire of the Moonlit Sakura – Rating: Disband

I did a special edition of our new judgement series for Oblivion. You can check out our Oblivion judgement by clicking here.

The reason I’m doing this is not to trash talk alliances or make you feel bad about yourselves. The reason I’m doing this is to maybe motivate some more action, get people talking, and open up a dialogue to relieve some tension. We should be talking smack about each other because this game is a competition. For the most part, everyone is competing to be the best in one way or another – so why not share your opinions? What you think about an alliance shouldn’t be hidden behind closed doors.

I have my opinions on alliances based off my personal experiences with alliance members and alliance connections – if you are labeled as trash, it is likely because I think you’re a useless alliance, that doesn’t necessarily mean that I think you are trash in real life – if you choose to take the opinion of one man and take action against it, I applaud you for doing something. Don’t sit on your hands.

Thanks for reading.

WMT: To Oblivion and Beyond!

Back at it again with a special edition of the judgement game – hosted by your favorable host and only writer because nobody knows how to write words, but will write essays on discord, Max! Today we are going to take an in-depth look at Oblivion – that alliance everyone always forgets about until they are destroying your nations and then disappear into…..Oblivion.

Oblivion isn’t some new alliance that has blessed this game with affirmative action – no – they are boring old news. They’ve graced this world with their presence back in the good days of PW and have come back, maybe with a little bit less grace than before, but definitely are here to go against the grain and shake things up a bit – generally to just do shit that other alliances in this game are afraid to do and that’s bash some skulls and go back home. In this lovely and exciting game of PW that keeps us all insanely engaged and at the edge of our seats, we deal with alliances that really don’t do shit while promoting they are being ‘dynamic’ and that ‘changes are happening’ – but they are really just sitting on their hands while stacking nations on false promises and clogging the progression of the game.

Lets take a super quick look at Oblivion before we progress even further into this trash fest. Oblivion is ranked 63 out of 248 alliances – anything past that 30 mark is probably already trash and then anything past that 50 mark you just know is a pile of stinky garbage, so we can get that one out-of-the-way fast – Oblivion is trash – at least by community standards. The best thing about Oblivion is they are a 7 nation alliance and they still manage to fuck larger alliances up – sure – those alliances can claim they only attack inactive nations who ‘weren’t ready’ (*cough* Fulcrum from BC) but when you look at the thtatithtics of the matter there really shouldn’t be an argument against Oblivion – regardless if they hit inactive nations, it was YOUR choice and your choice alone to keep inactive nations sitting in your alliance, you know inactives are free game for raiders. When Oblivion went on the offensive and hit BC – for what seemed like an opportune hit, they did a good chunk of damage. Let’s take a  look.

Oblivion launched 20 offensive wars on Bad Company and received a whopping 5 retaliation wars – in this little battle, Oblivion hit BC for $1.9 billion worth of damage while only receiving $435 million. BC asked allies for help in the matter, but The Island was still recovering from war and surprisingly enough, a war with Oblivion – who knocked us the fuck out. So, when you go on the PR offensive saying that Oblivion is shit and they only did that much damage because they attacked inactive nations – well, take a look at this gif of my good friend DJ Khaled – you played yourself. Now, the reason I’m writing this up is because Ockey mentioned that I didn’t judge his alliance or call him trash and although we might have a history with each other – there is nothing really trashy about him or Oblivion.

You could say that attacking innocent people in the game is trashy, but that shit has gone on since the beginning – take a look at all the pirate alliances that popped up, arrgh is trash now, but they used to be something. Y’all old folks remember princess bubble gum and and MAGA alliance? Good shit. You also might think that the image to the right is what I think of Ockey coming back and starting an alliance again and using the same damn theme without an ounce of creativity or public presence, but that’s actually me. Creating a few alliances that were seemingly good, but with bad decisions failed miserably – the only alliance that I like out of my creations were InGen (bad mistake turned Nuclear Knights turned garbage) and The Island which I already labeled as a ‘should merge’ judgement. I believe Ockey is the proof that it is difficult to come back and hold your ground – but it is possible to recycle and old alliance and just do what the fuck you want when you want to which many others have failed at (tEST).

Related: WMT: Large Alliances in PW

During our recent war with Oblivion, Arrgh asked them to come help because they couldn’t do it on their own. Without Oblivion’s help, they would have just been mounted by us and that would have been the end of that. Oblivion swoops in at a moments notice, does damage quick, and is gone before you can even put your war paint on.


Final Verdict
Oblivion – Rating: Apex Champion

There are very few alliances that I will talk highly of. In my rundown of the top 30 only one made the cut, Church of Spaceology led by Ripper and now Oblivion – who’s in the 60s.

Tune in next time for WMT rippin’ through alliances 31-60 – this is gonna be some micro fun.

WMT: Large Alliances in PW

Before anybody gets upset, there will be several gifs and images relating to a group of people who are considered whales, which often translates to being fat, hefty, thiccc, so don’t take it personally. We are talking about alliances in a game called Politics & War and why they are fucking awful.

Before we start our whaling trip, I’d first like to mention that these thoughts are from me – nobody else – which makes it pretty much an opinion. If you choose to take what I say seriously you are 1. awesome for agreeing with me or 2. way to invested to be triggered by what I’m about to say.

In this article we are going to pop through the top alliances and discuss how they are impacting this game – if you are reading this and you’re not familiar with Politics & War – PW is an online nation simulation game where you can ‘build’ up a nation, join friends in a group called ‘alliances’ and engage in pretty stale politics and awful war scenarios that are trashed by shit mechanics. The real fun of this game comes from the community & all the events the community hosts for itself. You can check it out right here.


Black Knights – Rating: Trash Compactor

Back in the earlier days of BK the alliance was the dankest, most fun, and most entertaining alliance in Politics & War. I never had the chance to be a part of that community, but from the outside it was amazing. The constant propaganda, the theme, and the leadership led something that was different in this world. [insert all good things end cliché here] – Black Knights is a trash compactor. They continually take in trash, compact it, and build their high walls of trash, with trash. Never have I met such a cocky, aggro’d group of people in this game – I know a lot of people point to KT for being a toxic community, but when you look at real toxicity and what actually ruins a community from all sides – BK takes the cake. It is one thing to have pride, but whole other thing to be a complete pile of garbage and that is what Black Knights is and will continue to be.


New Pacific Order – Rating: Nothing Special

Honestly not much to go on here other than they are a waste – nothing special. There are some pretty cool people in NPO and they have a system for economy that works. I’ve tried all types of economic systems within PW and the best one happens to be a high tax system and distribution to those in the alliance – in The Island we run a selective system of the same sort – running 0/0 nearly all the time and when we want to build up we pump it to 100/0 and work our magic inside that system with specific details. I don’t see anything wrong with an alliance that bases their economy on that – in made up worlds such as this one, you have the ability to make socialist/communist policies actually work – this just happens to be the only place where they work (cuz its made up). My real issue with NPO is the giant size of it you’re talking 157 total members – imagine if some of these people in these massive size alliances broke off to make their own thing. Spreading knowledge and experience throughout the world instead of keeping it all crammed in one damn place – just more political dynamic and maybe, just maybe, a bit more argument within the war spectrum of this game.


The Syndicate – Rating: Has-been

T$ has had plenty of ups and downs throughout PW history – mostly related to big names departing the alliance/game – names that made the alliance what it actually was. More recently, Partisan left the game after growing T$ back to an ideal place and setting foundation back into the political realm of the game – but now he’s gone. Luckily, I got that guys snapchat – him and I go back pretty far and I’ve always admired his and other’s leadership within T$ – but that doesn’t mean we can’t label T$ as a has been. One of the biggest issues in games like this is you build an alliance up to a strong recognition point and the only thing that continues to support their place is that recognition – when in reality – the alliance is a shell of what it used to be. T$ sits in 3rd of all alliances in this game and has less than half the members of NPO and Black Knights – alliances like T$ who get great leaders and then cycle them out for not so great leaders really end up being a shell. Members within these alliances should take everything they can from the alliance, get knowledge, get experience and then leave to form their own communities that have space to be vibrant.


Pantheon – Rating: Honestly, Just a Joke.

Before you get your panties in a twist about me calling Pantheon a joke and kinda calling them gay in that gif to our left – you first have to understand that Pantheon is in-fact a joke and if you’re in Pantheon you’re probably a home of sexual. These are facts and facts don’t have feelings – so please keep your feelings at bay while reading this judgement. Thank you in advance. The best thing about Pantheon is the fact that I personally have history with them – back when we ran InGen we actually were a protectorate to Pantheon, funded them thousands of dollars (cuz millions weren’t really a thing back then – yeah I’m old) to stay alive and it was a good time. Shortly after I was even a part of Pantheon as some IA joke, made forums – yeah, forums – only plebs uses forums these days, and it was gucci. The thing that happened to Pantheon was the fact that they grew quickly and then immediately castrated themselves. Pantheon was sitting all high and proud without a sack – which makes you what? A joke….or that bald soft-spoken nutless guy from Game of Thrones, either way we arrive at the same spot. Pantheon enters war, leader rage quits, Pantheon becomes a shell, quickly flip through the next empty pages of their history, and we arrive with their leader coming back – someone who I like, but shouldn’t be leading Pantheon. Pantheon gets a quick spurt of energy and back to the ball-free pit of despair. Its laughable because you would think larger alliances such as Pantheon and the ones before this would offer something for a community, but what they ultimately do is stack a bunch of players with promises and literally slow down the progression of the game – stopping overall game growth and further conflict down the road. You get these shell alliances paired up with a ton of other alliances and then they sit on their hands – fucking everything up for everyone else. Pantheon, you are a joke – there is no coming back – I call for all Pantheon members to join/create their own alliance – do something better because your home is dead..just like your gods.


Short Intermission

Breaking up this block of facts to allow all of y’all who are pretty triggered right now. You either have a lot of pride for your alliance, your alliance family or you are a gov member who gets really upset when members are told to leave – this intermission is for you. I’m just hear to remind you that nobody cares about your feelings. Not providing a sensible environment for your members just makes you selfish. The promise of pay, strong community, activity, is just a ploy – on top of that most of y’all slap on a fine for leaving. OH OH OH you can’t leave till you pay back everything we gave you.
This is a game, the idea is to continually develop and grow the community, not lock people into a system that doesn’t allow freedom. I have a day job and so do many other people and those that don’t go to school – everyone has a life that they are trying to escape, which is why they come here to hang out, engage in the game and the people they are with.

If you are a member of an alliance that you feel trapped in, reach out to ORBHAHA we are here to assist you. ORBHAHA stands for ORB Helps Against Homo Alliances – we will do what we can to get you out of that prison.

Back to the review.


Church of Spaceology – Rating: It’s OK

Really nothing rings a bell when it comes to CoS and them being a shit alliance – I’m sure they got some shit people in there, but Ripper is an alright guy (minus his moderation abilities cuz thems all shit tbh) I think there smallest nation has 10 cities, they are currently invite only, they have a pretty unique theme and utilize that theme uniqueness publicly. They are pretty much a whale sized alliance – average score is roughly 5k, sitting at #5 of all alliances with 43 members. Keeping an alliance on a restricted membership base, accepting those that you want in is the way to go in my book. You don’t take on all these shit nations or new nations that are just looking for some help, you allow them to join other alliances and those that join you are joining for a reason and understand the reason of your alliance. Although there is whaling and although they are a top alliance…..and should probably break apart to add a bit more to the game political realm, they are OK in my book.


Group 1: Knights Radiant & Rose – Rating: Leftovers

Legit though – I know plenty of you from both of these alliances, hell, I’ve been in TKR a few times and enjoyed the hell out of my stay – minus Sargun who literally can’t get along with a fucking brick wall #trashpeople – but there is a time to keep going and there is a time to call it quits and that time expired for y’all a long time ago. You might give me shit after reading this like “how many times are you gonna create an alliance Max?” and to answer that question, all I have to say is at least I tried something new – different – and enjoyed every second of it. Y’all just merge together and create a giant shell alliance like everyone else or better yet, just fucking disband your shit and allow your member some fucking freedom.


Group 2: Knights Templar, The Commonwealth, Seven Kingdoms, Empyrea – Rating: Motel 6

If the previously judged alliances were 4-5 star hotels, this group would be the Motel 6 of Politics & War. Most of these guys had or have a lot of potential but throw it away by being complete garbage people or trying to maintain some old standards of what you used to be – if you had to pick one alliance out of this bunch who would you join and why? Personally, I’d join KT because at least Keegoz has balls and the alliance fights – I’d probably end up killing myself or deleting because the community is a like a bunch of pre-teen retards fighting each other for a puff on a 50 nic juul and all they really want to do is touch each others lips. In all seriousness though, if you want to join any of these alliances you’ll honestly be doing exactly what the guy in the gif is doing here – don’t do that, pass over these alliances and join something a little bit more provocative.


Polaris – Rating: Burnt Out Loser

I literally fucking hate Seth – but I used his gif anyway to show you how burnt y’all are. To be honest I’m not sure why y’all are still here – Vanguard bloc is the most dysfunctional group of people, even when BC was involved. I think the only good alliance in that bloc is OWR – honestly were the only talkative bunch when The Island was trying to get to know you. You honestly remind me of some spoiled little bitch who can’t stay away from daddy (IQ) because he’s got access to your credit cards and gives you your weekly allowance – might as well just dissolve. Spread your members throughout the world and stop existing. Ya Burnt!


Guardians of the Galaxy – Rating: Gutter Trash

Pictured to the right is GoG trying to walk tall with the rest of the IQ family – it just isn’t meant to be. IF you’re new to the game or not and you’re setting you sights on GoG think again. There are better places to be, better people to hang out with, and better opportunities for you out there – GoG ain’t it.


Guardian & Acadia – Rating: See Group 1


Alliance 16-30 Speed Round

Alliances in the speed round will be listed with OK, Disband, Merge, Trash. All fo those words mean exactly what they are supposed to mean – and if those words are confusing to you, I’d advise leaving this game entirely. Here we go.

16. Bad Company: Merge

17. Fark: Disband

18. Solar Knights: Trash

19. The Fighting Pacifists: Trash

20. Order of the White Rose: OK

21. Ming Empire: Disband

22. Arrgh: Trash

23. Egyptian Empire: Merge

24. The Golden Horde: OK

25. Grumpy Old Bastards: OK

26. Camelot: Trash

27. Typhon: Trash

28. Dark Brotherhood: Trash

29. Afrika Korps: Merge

30. Brotherhood of the Clouds v10: Disband

Alright folks, there you have it – even included a speedround to include all you not so large, but larger enough to matter alliances. Before you start running over to pw dot com to check out my nation and alliance let me just tell you – my nation still has improvements that I haven’t filled in since rebuilding from the war – I don’t care about my nation build – My alliance has 9 people in it – we aren’t a high number alliance, we don’t accept anyone in – and these 8 people with me are the coolest fucking 8 people I’ve had the pleasure of spending time with in an alliance. Whats my rating? Probably Merge. We have been here just under a year, its been an amazing run trying something completely new and I’ve enjoyed it, but it would make more sense for us to join a larger group considering we are all larger nations who mostly been here since the beginning. So, don’t think I’m sitting high on a pedestal of greatness – I just have the time to judge you and I did. I hope you enjoy this – if you have any questions or want some advice, always seek me out – I have a weird way I view the world and can offer some awesome tips.

Thanks y’all.