WahooBob

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Society
Nationality Flag-USA.jpg American
Date of birth 7 February 2009
Date of death 2010
Newspaper Weekend Update
Politics
Congressman of Thailand
Military
Military rank Icon rank Lt Colonel.png Lt Colonel
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman
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Dead citizen

WahooBob was born as a citizen of the United States, who spent time in Thailand. He has been a hard working employee of the Constructions industry, and was a co-owner of ML Burger, a Q1 food company. In his spare time, Bob publishes Thailand Today and lingers in IRC trying (unsuccessfully) to get involved in Government.

Early Days

He wondered what fun it would be to log in every day for 10 minutes to work, train, and eat. Luckily, he stumbled across the USA forums and IRC where he began to meet people and read about the exciting history of the USA.

Career

Construction

When Bob first joined eRepublik, he began to look for a job that would pay for his food. The best paying skill-0 job was, at the time, in constructions for a corporation with over 700 workers skill 2 and below. Bob continued in the Constructions industry for nearly 50 days, earning a skill level 4 in the industry.

Manufacturing

In late March 2009, Bob moved to Thailand. There, he partnered with ChrisDF0 to open ML Burgers, a Q1 food company in Thailand.

News Paper

As Bob got to know his way around the game, he enjoyed reading the news articles most. The Jewitt Report, The Word - Now, The Economist, and The Picanune were his favorite, bringing a blend of news, humor, and entertainment. Most surprisingly, none of these papers payed him for endorsement, as some noob papers have tried to do. Instead, they won his readership by being the best at what they do.

The USA Today

By the time he reached level 8, Bob knew that he too wanted to run a newspaper. On the 22nd of February, 2009, he published the first edition of The eUSA Today. The paper strives to report news that is brief enough to keep the readers attention while long enough to make it worth reading.

Thailand Today

After moving to Thailand at the end of March 2009, Bob changed his newspaper to fit his new home. The eUSA Today went out of print, replaced by Thailand Today. In keeping with the more relaxed island mentality, Thailand Today is less structured than The eUSA Today was, though it still strives to be accurate, compelling, and brief.

References

Scott Coyle

" He is a dedicated Patriot and one of the most trusted individuals in America today, even though he is quite young he is well respected by Americans at home and abroad. He will be great in the near future! I would trust him with the life any day! " - Aug 5th 2009