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Consul in Los Angeles

Ladonia has now a consul in LA. Our consul is here presenting herself:

My name is Theresa Villeneuve and I’m happy to be the Consul of Los Angeles.  Here I am wearing the shaming sticker of my people on election day.  This tells the world, “I’m better than you because I voted” and it is used shame others into getting to the polls.  I’m so happy to be a new citizen of Ladonia, where we don’t have to resort to such tactics for involvement in the bigger issues, such as “The dark side” – I’m looking at you, Carlos Andrés –and “gravity” — James Castleden!

In my spare time I enjoy tournament style Texas Hold’em, hanging out with my family, walking my dogs Cleo and Leila, and gardening (doing a lot of all of those things lately thanks to the pandemic).  When we’re not in the midst of a worldwide health crisis, I also enjoy traveling.  In my real world job I’m a film professor and I have had the opportunity to teach in London and Japan for semesters abroad.

I look forward to serving as your Ladonian liaison and tourist trap advisor if you ever come to Los Angeles.  I can tell you things to avoid (like wooden nickels and mystery puddles) and things to seek out (like the ocean, which is also a mystery puddle but on a very grand scale).

My name is Theresa Villeneuve and I’m happy to be the Consul of Los Angeles.  Here I am wearing the shaming sticker of my people on election day.  This tells the world, “I’m better than you because I voted” and it is used shame others into getting to the polls.  I’m so happy to be a new citizen of Ladonia, where we don’t have to resort to such tactics for involvement in the bigger issues, such as “The dark side” – I’m looking at you, Carlos Andrés –and “gravity” — James Castleden!

In my spare time I enjoy tournament style Texas Hold’em, hanging out with my family, walking my dogs Cleo and Leila, and gardening (doing a lot of all of those things lately thanks to the pandemic).  When we’re not in the midst of a worldwide health crisis, I also enjoy traveling.  In my real world job I’m a film professor and I have had the opportunity to teach in London and Japan for semesters abroad.

I look forward to serving as your Ladonian liaison and tourist trap advisor if you ever come to Los Angeles.  I can tell you things to avoid (like wooden nickels and mystery puddles) and things to seek out (like the ocean, which is also a mystery puddle but on a very grand scale).

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Lars Vilks

Lars Vilks is the artist behind Nimis and Arx, the Founder and State Secretary of Ladonia. He is also the Editor in Chief of the Ladonia Herald.

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  1. Hi Consul Therese of Los Angeles

    Welcome to the exclusive ‘Consul Club’ of Ladonia! We always need intelligent, well educated cultural ambassadors like your good self to represent Ladonia to the world. I have never been to LA but you have already inspired me to make a trip there soon!

    Best wishes and good luck!

    David

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