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  1. Pictures here!
  2. And I'll let that pass as simple misunderstanding of what I meant and what you meant.
  3. Minorities in this case implied Hillary / Trump supporters. There aren't many of them, but they make enough noise to look like they're the majority.
  4. Aside from not being old enough, I also am a permanent resident. I know: it's a coincidence that my naturalization date matches pretty closely with my legal voting age. Back to the topic though. I doubt they'll average more than 50% of the presidential votes. Minorities are typically the most vocal types of people.
  5. Oh my God, man! Amazing!
  6. I can't vote yet, have three years left before naturalization.
  7. Poor decision on your end. I suggest to simply not vote in the Presidential election, but rather vote for Congress lads. Fortunately, Congress are the ones deciding what goes through or what doesn't. The Presidents are simply public figures.
  8. Version 1.5.0

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    REQUIRES CUSTOM MAP THEME. DOWNLOAD HERE. Laramie is a city and the county seat of Albany County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 30,816 at the 2010 census. Located on the Laramie River in southeastern Wyoming, the city is west of Cheyenne, at the junction of Interstate 80 and U.S. Route 287. Laramie is on a high plain between two mountain ranges, the Snowy Range, about 30 miles (48 km) to the west, and the Laramie Range, 7 miles (11 km) to the east. The city's elevation above sea level is about 7,165 feet (2,184 m). The Laramie River runs through Laramie toward its confluence with the North Platte River east of the Laramie Range. The hunts road junction connections Wyoming Route 59 with Interstate 80. The map contains oil and ore, and very little vegetation. Mostly just plains and hills. For better immersion, use Medium graphics settings or above. I worked a lot on this map, and I hope you guys like it.
  9. Version 1.0.0

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    Laramie is a city and the county seat of Albany County, Wyoming, United States. The population was 30,816 at the 2010 census. Located on the Laramie River in southeastern Wyoming, the city is west of Cheyenne, at the junction of Interstate 80 and U.S. Route 287. Laramie's total precipitation averages about 11 inches (279 mm) a year, and the average number of rainy days per year is about 86. The city experiences a day that is 90 °F (32 °C) or warmer 2.2 times a year. The average temperature in December is 21.1 °F (−6.1 °C), and in July it is 64.0 °F (17.8 °C). Annual snowfall averages 48 inches (122 cm). Because of the high elevation, winters are long, and summers are short and relatively cool. The growing season is short, as the average window for freezing temperatures is September 14 through June 6, while for accumulating (≥0.1 inches or 0.25 centimetres) it is October 5 through May 12. Laramie has a semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification BSk) with long, cold, dry winters and short, warm, somewhat wetter summers. - Wikipedia. I put a lot of effort into creating this theme and making it as realistic and close to my personal experiences in the area as possible. Enjoy. NOTE: The cliff texture is not realistic, I know. This map also uses custom textures, so please pardon for lag. Report any errors / bugs / lag to me personally.
  10. That's the problem. It seems to only happen on roads connecting to that specific godforsaken AREA!!!!!! I mean, it does happen less on the six-lane one-way roads, but then the cars decide to merge lanes like there's no tomorrow. I think the only possible thing I can do is have three two-lane one-ways coming out in different directions, and then the middle one split into two highways? I tried something similar and it obviously didn't work.
  11. In my city, which is fairly small, at only 70-ish thousand population, I have been having a traffic nightmare at one of my intersections. The cars randomly stop in the middle of the 3-lane highway, creating traffic jams that stretch all the way to the high-rise area sometimes. It's not even that big an area, it's about two times smaller than my high-rise area, and is simply industry, commercial, and low-density residential. Pictures attached. So I have only one question to ask: whatdo? http://imgur.com/a/3TTzq
  12. Version 1.0.0

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    Fictional map loosely based around Trindade Island. The island is located about 120 miles West of Ensenada, Mexico. Before the Spanish-American war, the island has sustained a populace of 5,300 people. However, during the war, America has completely taken over the island, and unfortunately, only 50 settlers were left by the end of the war due to rampant rebellion against American rule, forcing the US armed forces into murdering most residents. The island in the center of the waterfall has served as the downtown area of the Spanish settlement. No infrastructure, however, was left by the end of the war, due to the fact that most roads were unpaved, and no railroad was established. The harbor has been disassembled and recycled in 1955, and so were the most houses. In 2013, a highway has been built connecting the island to San Clemente Island near California. The highway is part of an American-Mexican off-coast highway, connecting Los Angeles, California, and Ensenada, Mexico. In 2015, the island has gained a lot of popularity amongst Californians, and the first official settlement was established on the island. The name "Las Kardes" it derived from the word kardex, which is Spanish for "archive" or "filing cabinet". It has been named as such due to the fact that colonization of the island post-Spanish-American War has been left off for a very long time. The island's total land area is 10.2 squared kilometers. It is fairly mountainous and contains a fertile delta in the West. The delta is quite dated, having formed only after several thousand years of rock breakdown. Geologists predict all island breakdown around the delta in approximately 4,190 years. The rest of the lake will become saltwater by the end of the next 200 years. The mountains contain a limited amount of ore. On the north of the island is a waterfall with a limited amount of fertile land. Animal life is present, dwelling primarily near the fertile areas. NOTE: High possibility of a default highway circulating around the island. Why? Because Americans love highways circulating around things, and because it's a very island-ish thing to have.
  13. Version 1.0.0

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    This is my attempt at a desert theme. It doesn't include any special buildings or anything like that, although that may come in the future. Look at the screenshots to determine whether I failed or not. It's basically the tropical theme with different visuals.
  14. Version 1.0.0

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    The Islas Marías ("Mary Islands") are an archipelago of four islands that belong to Mexico. They are located in the Pacific Ocean, some 100 km (62 mi) off the coast of the state of Nayarit. They are part of the municipality of San Blas, Nayarit. As of 2011, the islands are still being used as a penal colony, containing the Islas Marias Federal Prison. The islands have an aggregate area of 244.970 km². 1,116 people lived on Isla María Madre as of the census of 2005. The other islands are uninhabited. The next two largest islands are Isla María Magdalena (70.440 km²) and, further south, Isla María Cleofas (19.818 km²). They were named after three women called Mary in the Biblical New Testament: respectively, Mary, the mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and Mary, the wife of Cleopas, and are referred to as the Tres Marias. A smaller island, Isla San Juanito (not visible/accessible in this map), with an area of 9.105 km² lies off the north coast of Isla María Madre. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islas_Marías This map includes a piece of Isla Mariá Madre, Isla Mariá Cleofas in its entirety, and the main focus of the map, Isla Mariá Magdalena. Mariá Cleofas is not usable, and only a piece of Mariá Madre is. Mariá Madre unrealistically contains oil and a railway connection, created to ease the gameplay, as the map is hard enough already. You're more than welcome to abandon the highway and play the game realistically, starting off with a harbor rather than a road connection. Both air and ship lines are available. The map prioritizes Mariá Magdalena significantly, and in stock gameplay, you'll face a difficult choice regarding where to expand. The map is medium difficulty, but harder than my Maio, Cape Verde map. No animals here, European theme. Have fun.