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General / Re: I dont think I have ever been so pissed off
« on: July 11, 2009, 09:04:30 PM »
... but I know I wouldn't let my kid browse unattended...

If more parents held this sentiment methinks this would be a better world.  kudos to you sir.

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O God, ease our suffering in this, our moment of great dispair. Yea, admit this kind and decent woman into thy arms of thine heavenly area, up there. And Moab, he lay us upon the band of the Canaanites, and yea, though the Hindus speak of karma, I implore you: give her a break.

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General / Re: PorcFest hotties undeterred by storm (sexy dancing)
« on: June 30, 2009, 11:10:49 PM »
is that anarcho jesse oggling the ladies @ 30 seconds?
I didn't see a dipshit that can't carry a gun correctly in the video so probably not.

It is jesse.
He did more the oggle.
His finance doesn't know.

Oh shit drama in the free state. 

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: June 30, 2009, 11:09:08 PM »
He wrote "one", not "fed". Perhaps he meant not the only one Dave, or not the only one creepy dude waving guns around, spilling beer, running from cameras, and asking people he hasn't met about their illegal activities.

Precisely.  It was intended to be open ended, ambiguous.  I cannot prove he was anything other than a creepy dude/douche bag.  I personally feel that a someone with such horrendous gun safety + intoxication is liability not worth having in my company.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: June 30, 2009, 06:30:15 PM »
Dave

1) Extremely poor gun safety ranging from carrying it in his pocket to pulling it out and charging it then pulling the trigger to release the charge in the middle of a camp circle.  (He was demonstrating that he could charge the weapon without loading a round.)

2) Shouting in a group of unknown people, "Anyone know where I can get some marijuana?"

3) Overheard in a debate with a known liberty activist, this gentleman took all of the standard state loving positions.

4) He was seen frequently and quickly moving from one group of party-goers to another almost randomly.

5) Just a generally creepy dude. 

He wasn't the only one but he was certainly the most prominent.

Wow - do you hear what you're saying? Sounds stupid, but where do you get the fed thing from? Seriously. Don't know the guy, don't need to.....but this labeling people as feds is getting just ridiculous.

If there was a fed among us.....it would probably turn out to be someone that you'd least expect.

Are you fucking blind?  Where did I say he was a Fed?  Way to jump the gun and make yourself look like a fool.  Fool.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: June 30, 2009, 11:23:05 AM »
Official Word:

Apart from THE FED (tm), there was very litle in the way of drama at PF.

That is all.



Dave

1) Extremely poor gun safety ranging from carrying it in his pocket to pulling it out and charging it then pulling the trigger to release the charge in the middle of a camp circle.  (He was demonstrating that he could charge the weapon without loading a round.)

2) Shouting in a group of unknown people, "Anyone know where I can get some marijuana?"

3) Overheard in a debate with a known liberty activist, this gentleman took all of the standard state loving positions.

4) He was seen frequently and quickly moving from one group of party-goers to another almost randomly.

5) Just a generally creepy dude. 

He wasn't the only one but he was certainly the most prominent.


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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: June 18, 2009, 11:42:50 AM »

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: June 18, 2009, 05:59:31 AM »
Rebel I've met you a few times and you seem like a cool dude.  So why are you giving Jesse this power over you?  Allowing his actions and verbiage to directly influence and shape your future.  Add to that all the good things that are going on here and all the positive people and I'm left wondering how this one person can create such an impact.  Its 5 card stud and you're holding 4 kings, yet you fold because the fifth card is a deuce.

As a related tangent of sorts...

What a lot of individuals don't understand is that fearing and hating another person is giving power to that person.  You could be the happiest guy in a room until that person walks in and then your mood changes, your happiness dulled because of the negative thoughts that now stream through your head.  That person just altered you, because you gave them the power to do so.  Are there times when fear and hate could be justified? Certainly, one can justify anything they put their mind to.  Perhaps I am too much of an idealist but this is the principle I follow when conceptualizing other people: no fear, no hate.  I'm not saying I love all people because in actuality I love very few people.  What I am trying to say is that while I don't want to control someone else, their decisions or life, I don't want someone else to controlling mine either.

Peace

JJ

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