SamWystan

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Nationality Flag-USA.jpg American
Date of birth January 2009
Residence Rhode Island
Politics
Secretary of Fun of USA
April 8, 2009 – Present
Military
Military unit US Mobile Infantry
Rank Icon rank Private.png Private

SamWystan is a citizen of the United States of America. He is also the first Secretary of the Department of Fun.


SamWystan is the editor of The Fieldist News Magazine. He was born in Rhode Island as a late part of the V1 boom. He coined the phrase "Operation Taco Bell" which was used to describe the US Invasion of Mexico. During the March 2009 congressional campaigns, he tied for second in his bid for Rhode Island Senator as a candidate from the AAP. He fought in Germany-Austria during the War of Austrian Secession.

Following his unsuccessful bid for Rhode Island, SamWystan spearheaded the campaign to recreate the Department of Fun by act of Congress. A bill was put into processing by Ananias and when the bill stalled, Ananias suggested that President scrabman appoint Wystan as Secretary of the Department of Fun.

Wystan was a Lieutenant in the 3rd Division of the US National Guard during his original days. He resigned that position following a hiatus.

In November of 2010, Wystan came out of retirement to continue writing The Fieldist. He rejoined the US Armed Forces entering the Training Corps and then joining the Mobile Infantry, the successor unit to the USNG's 3rd Division. Recruited by CRoy to join the Libertarian Writers' Guild, Wystan joined the Libertarian Party. Following CRoy's loss to Josh Frost in the December elections, Wystan joined the Counter-Revolution against the Frost Regime. By the end of this period of American history, Wystan had been hired to write for the White House, but was only utilized once.

He rejoined Haliman's White House as Director of Fun. However, he subsequently quit on SamWystan's Day.

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