Talk:Pobl lla Gum

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Isn't "Brithenig-speaking Countries worldwide" a rather expansive claim? As far as I knew there was only ONE Brithenig speaking country...Kemr. And that there were communities but not whole nations. BoArthur 00:53, 19 Aug 2005 (PDT)

the notion of countries of IB is a tab fluid so semi-autonomous entities and colonies could probably fall into it. In any case, there are bound to be at least one of 2 sovereign cambriophone nations were haven't discovered yet.--Marc Pasquin 07:20, 19 Aug 2005 (PDT)
Yeah. Two of those semi-autonomous entities are of course Ter Mair in the NAL-SLC and New South Kemr in Australasia. Then we have Kemr New in Riu de l'Argent. There is Cambrian Guyana and there are lots of islands with are or were colonies of Kemr. Of course, of all these Kemr is probably the only truly sovereign state, but like Marc said, that doesn't matter much in IB. Not even to mention the fact that we still might discover new countries... Well, the whole problem can be solved by replacing the phrase "Brithenig-speaking Countries worldwide" by the politically more correct "Brithenig-speaking world". --IJzeren Jan 05:55, 20 Aug 2005 (PDT)
Don't forget Rhodesia. --Sikulu 07:30, 15 August 2006 (PDT)

Great Gobs a'Googly! What've I done! I've introduced PC to IB! BoArthur

Isn't this Ceredigi, not Defed? Or am I wrong, as usual??? --Quentin 04:30, 15 August 2006 (PDT)
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