Keeping things platform agnostic for a 'whenever,' the stages of love that a country shows for its citizens is one of those things that presents itself when we reflect: which is to say, when we stop hungrily reading news about other countries.
Not reading news about other countries at all puts us at a disadvantage, because we're then either hoping for eventual greatness or resigning ourselves to insignificance.
Resignation is not a bad thing. The matter is knowing that you're capable of it. This is a far better description than the shape of pegs and holes.
For some, their love is not for the land, but for what's in it. These will be most offended by a country's decision to place education about power.
Init Theory has been placed on hold.
The fact is, if we don't get an acknowledgment by those who are being educated that this is the Theory of Fun, then they are creating a problem for themselves for when frothy piss becomes more interesting to them than anything modern.
Game machines don't have an apparent filesystem: this aught to demonstrate what init may do.
Our dismay of the Direct that came after the Active had something to do with Multitasking and something to do with Full Screen Mode. And the synchronization of sound and motion gets those who complain about the country's priorities to 'down tools.'
In our deepest ignorance we talk about Geometry.
Well, now you know we may talk about the shape of the heart if we get to look at the blue-prints of an unpowered fuel-pump. If I allow myself to look away from that little thing that some would no doubt have called, badly designed, I'll have to describe a constitution.
And that's just what the islanders may boast they don't need.