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General / TODAY ONLY: Download "Voluntary Islam" by Davi Barker for FREE
« on: February 19, 2013, 02:20:22 PM »
Today's the day! My first book, "Voluntary Islam and Other Essays" by Davi Barker has been released!

For today only you can get the Kindle version for free:
http://www.amazon.com/Voluntary-Islam-Other-Essays-ebook/dp/B00BHLAQG4/

Also the paperback is $10.96:
http://www.amazon.com/Voluntary-Islam-Essays-Davi-Barker/dp/1938357027

I'll also be signing books at Liberty Forum.

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General / Re: Illuminopoly - The Game of Monetary Collapse
« on: June 15, 2012, 11:11:07 PM »
I just noticed the link is broken. This should work:

http://plainboards.com/Illuminopoly

Also, here's the download link for the Rules document and Printable PDF of the game:

http://speedy.sh/PA4zn/Illuminopoly-Rules.docx
http://speedy.sh/t9wxv/Illuminopoly-Multipage.pdf

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General / Illuminopoly - The Game of Monetary Collapse
« on: June 14, 2012, 07:04:33 PM »
The vision of Illuminopoly is to be a fun way to demonstrate fiat currency and hyperinflation. The game will be available as a printable pdf, so it will stay free. But, game design is not my area of expertise. That's where you come in. I'm calling on the genius of internet to develop and improve the game. I created an Illuminopoly forum at Plainboards where I've published everthing I've done so far. If people would like to discuss the published rules, or make suggestions, or help me game test it, everything you need is there.

https://plainboards.com/!Illuminopoly

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General / Re: Anti Fed Super Hero Contest - Win a V Mask
« on: April 23, 2012, 01:33:33 AM »
That is not very fair. That guy was real.
All the best heroes are.

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General / Nominations Open for the Zoe Award
« on: April 22, 2012, 02:09:47 PM »


Zoe Taylor is the badass heroine of the upcoming animated thriller romance, Silver Circle. There’s going to be a sneak preview of the film at PorcFest this year. At the screening of the film we’ll be giving out the Zoe Award for exceptional courage, principle and virtue in female liberty activism. Taking nominations now. Here are the details.

http://silverunderground.com/2012/04/nominations-open-for-the-zoe-award/

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General / Re: Rebel Contest - Win a V Mask
« on: April 22, 2012, 02:07:25 PM »
You guys ought to try. I got my prize in the mail yesterday. Special thanks to Davi.  :D
Awesome! Glad to hear it.

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General / Rebel Contest - Win a V Mask
« on: April 19, 2012, 10:02:52 PM »
We want to see the best you got. How do you fight the Fed? How do you fight the State? How do you resist? We’ll take whatever you’ve got. May the best Rebel win.

http://silverunderground.com/2012/04/v-weeks-of-v-rebel-contest/

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General / Anti Fed Super Hero Contest - Win a V Mask
« on: April 17, 2012, 12:03:40 PM »
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has launched some “Educational Resources” that include a crappy little animated series called Currency Crusaders of Justice.” The animation is choppy, the voice acting is terrible, and when their hero flies around the world the world spins the wrong way. Seriously, it isn’t worth the exorbitant amount of time it takes to load each episode.

Here’s the contest. We want you to design an anti-Fed super hero to vanquish this venal and virulent vermin. Give us a sketch, or a short story. Anything you like really. If you want to get really ambicious maybe you can repurpose an old super hero costume and give a short video. The more creative the better, and the best story wins a V mask.

http://silverunderground.com/2012/04/v-weeks-of-v-super-hero-contest/

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General / Silver Transaction Contest - Win a V Mask
« on: April 06, 2012, 04:23:45 PM »
We want to know what happens when you try to spend silver into the economy. Have you ever tried to buy a cup of coffee for Mercury dime? Have you ever offered to trade a troy ounce for a hot meal? How did people react? We want to hear about it. Tell us about a past experience, or head out this weekend and give it a try. The best story wins a V mask.

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General / Re: Protest Sign Contest - Win a V mask
« on: April 06, 2012, 02:25:58 AM »
Someone won before I even knew about the contest, damn.

This was the third of 5 contests we're calling "V Weeks of V". Here's the newest one.
http://silverunderground.com/2012/04/v-weeks-of-v-silver-transaction-contest/

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General / Re: Protest Sign Contest - Win a V mask
« on: April 05, 2012, 05:21:20 PM »
Be like Fawkes don't obey Fox!
Depend on Depends not the State!
The only difference Between a Cop and a John is a Cop never Pays!

alaric89 won
http://silverunderground.com/2012/04/protest-sign-contest-winner/

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General / Protest Sign Contest - Win a V mask
« on: April 03, 2012, 11:34:52 AM »


Silver Circle put together the weirdest Guy Fawkers they could find and blanked out their picket signs. They're named “Fawkes News,” “Granny Fawkes” and “Sailor V.” You can win a V mask by entering what you think their signs should say.

http://silverunderground.com/2012/03/v-weeks-of-v-protest-sign-contest/

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General / Re: Fiction for an 11 year old.
« on: December 19, 2011, 03:33:31 PM »
It's already been said, but the Hitchhikers Guide the Galaxy is excellent, and I'd recommend the whole 5 book trilogy and everythinkg else by Douglas Adams. They are hilarious, and I think they tricked me into learning critical thinking.

If you have trouble getting a kid to read a book their parent recommends you can do what my parents did. They asked me to read the first five pages and if I wasn't hooked I didn't have to read it. I read the whole first book in a weekend. The first book I ever read voluntarily.

I'm not sure if it's right for an 11 year old, but within a couple years the works of Robert Anton Wilson are excellent too.

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General / Elizabeth Schulte doesn’t decide who belongs at Occupy
« on: October 29, 2011, 04:21:47 AM »
Some pontif over at socialistworker.org named Elizabeth Schulte has published a diatribe titled “Ideas that don’t belong at Occupy” that’s making the rounds. In it she explains why welcoming libertarians into the Occupy Movement is counterproductive. Not only is this vitriol contradictory and factually incorrect, It’s also divisive, destructive and vindictive tripe and I hope people summarily reject it. She’s got an opinion. She thinks socialism is the way to help the poor. That’s fine. There’s lots and lots of socialist Occupants. But conflating libertarianism, Ron Paul, the Tea Party and Herman Cain and drawing a big circle around mainstream conservatives and the liberty-minded Occupants on the ground is just intellectual laziness at best and ad hominem at worst. If Ms. Schulte wants an ideologically pure movement that excludes everyone she disagrees with than the Occupation is not for her.

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