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Coral Kingdom is taking in new residents!

#1
/t spawn Coral_kingdom now has a residential area with multiple available plots. The town doesn't tax its residents and the plots are free! There are a limited number of plots so if you're interested don't wait too long. My name in discord is Conservation Timmy and my name on the server is Conservation_Tim.
 

Flameillusion

Well-Known Member
#3
I'm boycotting this town for their support of the metric system, but other people should still join.
 

DeadDaySam

Known Member
#4
Tim every 5 seconds: you know what you could do? Check out the 65 exhibits at /t spawn coral_kingdom!
 
#6
I'm boycotting this town for their support of the metric system, but other people should still join.
little that you knew that America does use metric from design & manufacturing to the numerious "science" stuff to everywhere but end products consumers will see :p

Meanwhile the UK uses both due to generational differences.
 

TheDiamondPanda

Well-Known Member
#7
little that you knew that America does use metric from design & manufacturing to the numerious "science" stuff to everywhere but end products consumers will see :p

Meanwhile the UK uses both due to generational differences.
xD i didn't understand nothing lmfao
but great town, highly recommend.
 
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Flameillusion

Well-Known Member
#8
little that you knew that America does use metric from design & manufacturing to the numerious "science" stuff to everywhere but end products consumers will see :p

Meanwhile the UK uses both due to generational differences.
Little did YOU know, but there is another DEEPER layer of measurement. Behind even the manufacturing layer, things are measured in KILOKELVINS, a system of measurement so efficient that it can't be pronounced with a British accent.
 
#9
Little did YOU know, but there is another DEEPER layer of measurement. Behind even the manufacturing layer, things are measured in KILOKELVINS, a system of measurement so efficient that it can't be pronounced with a British accent.
Wanna bet? ;)