Hey, I have thought of making a page such as an NCR national radio channel and was wondering that, once I get my other articles more developed, I could have a show or two for my NCR character Martin Wheeler that is currently in the works. Just a thought. He'd have a show on NCR politics and history, talking about the corruption, bloodshed, the Brotherhood war, etc... and a special program that was played for about a year with him talking about his stories among the wastes in which he travelled (not he isn't a desert ranger who took an entire raider tribe with a revolver, he uses mercs and has multiple close calls that will soon give him survivors guilt) and such. Just wondering if I'd have the OK. -- Lieutenant113 (talk) 13:34, January 4, 2018 (UTC)

Go ahead. Keep in mind that NCRPR is a propaganda outfit, so they don't typically point out the bad stuff about the NCR. Just something to keep in mind.--OvaltinePatrol (talk) 22:40, January 4, 2018 (UTC)

Alright. Though my character is supposed to be a sort of leftist philosopher/writer who exposes the corruption within NCR, he is also a historian of sorts. If it is ok, I think he will tell stories about the history of the NCR and such. With him being a writer, could I have him write some sort of story that relates to the old American Southwest? Something that compares the old "How the West was Won" but with the NCR and their expansion north and, perhaps, some about the Mojave. Just a though because, well, I have entire chapter novels planned for this kind of stuff hehe. -- Lieutenant113 (talk) 14:18, January 5, 2018 (UTC)

Anything left-wing will be deleted. — NecrusIV (Talk) 15:14, January 5, 2018 (UTC)
Heh, your thinking isn't too bad Necrus. -- Lieutenant113 (talk) 16:00, January 5, 2018 (UTC)
Marxism, the "creation-science" of economics, amirite? — NecrusIV (Talk) 15:50, January 5, 2018 (UTC)
Yeah, I mean everyone uses it. -- Lieutenant113 (talk) 16:00, January 5, 2018 (UTC)

The stories would be good, but again, NCRPR isn't in the business of giving anti-NCR sentiments airtime. Cat Chat is a bit different because at least from the network's perception, the hosts had no credibility, but they wouldn't want to give a sober, educated individual a chance to say negative things on their dime. However, if the host shared stories that one could draw inferences from, that would be cool.--OvaltinePatrol (talk) 17:24, January 5, 2018 (UTC)