Adam I, Editor
ADAMSVILLE, Primoria – it has been a quiet week in the Empire. The main news we do have is that two Adammic companies – Top Hat Software and AB Animation Ltd. – have both generated their first income within the past month. Top Hat repaired the computer of Lord Sir Andrew Hall, for which £20 was given, and YouTube broadcaster AB Animation Ltd. recieved its first £20 from its network, Maker Studios. This means that the GDP in the 4th quarter, when calculated, will now be at least £40, a massive increase from the usual ~£15. This could also propel the annual projection to up to £100. In addition, this will generate £8 in company tax at the end of the 4th quarter, making the tax system a viable alternative to the Contributions scheme.
It has been reported that the remote-controlled quadcopter bought by the Ministry of Defence is not currently in stock with its suppliers, and will be delivered into the Empire at the end of November, much later than expected.
The recent relocation of the colony of Creatuxia has meant that the Transport Network Agency has re-evaluated the transport routes there, and has classified a new M50 motorway which branches from the M5 in Adammia’s first two-motorway junction.
Finally, we would like to wish a happy birthday to General Sir Guy Crossland, Knight Commander of the Order of Adammia, Slayer of the Mighty Nokia, who turned 17 on Wednesday the 5th.
Seek wisdom and honour, and long live the Empire!