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pyroelectricity

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Society
Nationality Flag-China.jpg Chinese
Date of birth December 2008
Date of death Mar 08, 2010[1] (est)
Residence Asturias
Sex Male
Faith Flying Spaghetti Monster Worship
Politics
Congress member of China
February 2009 – March 2009
Served under Chinese Equality Party
August 2009 – September 2009
Served under People's Republican Party
Military
Military rank Icon rank Commander**.png Commander**
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Early eLife

Pyroelectricity was born in late December 2008 in California. After inconspicuously reaching level 7, he joined the USWP. A few days later, he decided to leave the USWP and go to the CVP, (former RFC) where he would stay for about a week and a half. After Desertfalcon lost the presidential elections, he decided that the CVP wasn't the place for him. He joined the Nationalist Party where he remained until he left the United States.

Media

Pyroelectricity ran the newspaper Civilization Intl., formerly known as The Hold Hand Grenade and Pyroclastic Flow. It had 101 subscribers. Pyroclastic Flow had an article reached the top 5 for the first time on February 2, 2009. Despite the fact that pyroelectricity was living in Indonesia, the newspaper was published in the USA.

After the population of the US topped 10,000, things began to get much more complicated. Pyroelectricity decided that he had gotten off to a great start in the US, but he could not stay there forever. There were just too many people, and Uncle Sam had been elected president. Pyroelectricity was not exactly a fan of the Uncle Sam. Pyroelectricity subsequently moved to Thailand and planned to move to China when liberated.

Pyroelectricity later lived in Anhui, China, and was elected for Congress under the banner of the Chinese Equality Party in February 2009. Later he was elected in Congress under People's Republican Party (successor of CEP) in August 2009 as well.