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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: August 04, 2009, 05:14:25 AM »
Dude... No.

Dude....Yes. Some of us like curvy women, so I post for my fellows that like girls who aren't anorexic slicone-filled mutants.

Some of us like women that are small enough to be able to pick up without straining.



Brooklyn Red Leg can like what he wants and not have to change because of what others like.

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General / Re: I hate being black sometimes...
« on: July 29, 2009, 09:46:09 PM »
But I do enjoy having a 10 1/2 inch dong, so I guess it all balances itself out.

Stop measuring from the base of the balls.

He's not.  He's measuring from the top of his ass crack.

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General / Re: Penn & Teller: Bullshit! Season 7
« on: July 28, 2009, 05:27:26 AM »
When will episode 5 come out?

They air every Thursday with no gaps, so #5 -- Lie Detectors -- was supposed to be last night, Organic Food on July 30th, then Taxes on August 6th.  I'm during one of my no-broadband phases at the moment (Gulching ain't easy - my EDGE/GPRS connection is hardly working here), but finding a torrent shouldn't be too hard...


Have they ever done one on voting?

No, and I figure that after the one on Taxes you wouldn't want them to.  I'm a pessimist to begin with, and my experience with the "skeptics" on the JREF forum shows that much of the show's target audience is pretty darn socialist - even if P&T are genuine minarchists they still can't afford to alienate them.  They'll probably do a smear-job on people like Ed Brown and the various crackpot legal theories, and end with "no one likes taxes, but ya gotta pay"...  :x


I hope they don't use some social contract arguments in this.

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I agree with that last statement about the average immigrant vs. average American.  I don't know about you but I never see people who look like immigrants applying for welfare, etc.  They sit out in the hot sun all day hoping and waiting that someone will come by and hire them, and those that are hired work hard labor without breaks.  That is SUCH a distraction from the real issue.  Yes, it is racism.  But you know what?  That was a stupid question to ask Dr. Paul, and like other pointed out it would be much better to question his opposition to illegal immigration than some supposed racist column.  I wonder if the caller even read the article that was supposedly racist?  Look, Pat Buchanan is racist as hell but I still listen to him because he makes some good points about issues such as the war, interventionism, size of gov't etc.
I thoroughly welcome freedom lovers of any color, but I still don't believe that Ron Paul has been hatin on them. Though, I don't see Mr. Buchanan as a racist, he just needs to defend the GOP line which it is made by making light of Court Justice Sotomayer.


Maybe my contact with Pat's material has been filtered, but I am not sure what about him is racist.  It seems like it's one of those things that everybody just knows to be true, but is it?

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...or maybe like in really-reality land, there is some truth in the notion that continually diluting what's left of a somewhat educated population with uneducated & unskilled peoples might not be such a brilliant idea?

You guys make it seem like the majority of immigrants are gonna move here and join the FSP, become outstanding successful people, learn to love liberty and we'll all end up holding hands in our minarchist society. Derr.. chances are it'll continue as it has- more Instant Cash Checking shacks, more Wal-Marts, more cowboy hats and pointy boots available at the flea markets (ok so maybe that's a draw..) - and a larger base for political parties to manipulate for votes.

I'd like to see welfare gone just as much as any of ya. Anyone think that's realistic though?



The market will handle excesses in certain types of people who be able to make it.  Many have already left as the housing boom came to an end.

I don't trust the state to decide what types of people are the ones to allow in. The state grows by its nature.  It will likely allow in those that want to encourage its growth if it completely has its way.

As bad as the thinking of the average American today, I think I would prefer to take my chances with the average immigrant over the average native born.

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On a side note, RP said at the Rally for the Republic that there is a place for peaceful civil disobedience. So, I hardly think he's lacking on any core principles, in case anybody forgot. You can google his speech there for yourself, but I saw it myself in person. He's got the cajones on both sides of the aisles. If you google 'ron paul rally for the republic' and get his whole speech, check out 1hr 15" 20 for the legit word, though I've listened to it all many a time.

Of course.  Ron Paul is a supporter of CD and has praised it.

He also said so to the Motorhome Diaries guys.  He added that he is too much of a chicken to do it himself and runs for office because it is safer.

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Asking the question didn't seem to cause any trouble.  The three of them responded, pretty much dismissing it and moved on.  I don't imagine that there are hard feelings.

I imagine he is playing to the people in Texas with his immigration stance, just as Rothbard and many at the Mises Institute do now, even thought they contribute much to the movement.  I think Hoppe has contributed a lot, despite his immigration views, and he is someone that I am not as certain about when it comes to racial issues influencing it.  I think it is interesting to see the foreigners living in the US complaining about the immigrants.  As for Hispanics, I know of a Hispanic guy in the local Ron Paul Meetup that I was a part of who seemed to always have a border patrol hat on.

As for what is currently being published under his name, the man in charge of what articles go onto the Campaign for Liberty site is a complete open borders market anarchist.

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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: July 12, 2009, 03:01:51 AM »


That doesn't look very safe.  It actually looks more dangerous than anything I have heard Anarcho-Jesse be criticized for.

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General / Re: I'm not a porcupine anymore
« on: July 12, 2009, 02:57:54 AM »
Also, ignore Boner Joe's posts.  He is just a shit stirrer with nothing of value to say.

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General / Re: I'm not a porcupine anymore
« on: July 12, 2009, 02:56:55 AM »
Go do whatever will work.  I won't deny that Zug or seasteading may be better, but is there any movement in Zug?  And how long until seasteading can accept mass migration?  You don't have to live out your last days in New Hampshire.  There is a movement in parts of New Hampshire.  You can go there and get involved and then move on to something better when it comes along.  Go to Wyoming, Montana, Colorado or Arizona if they are more suitable to you.  But you will get some immediate benefit from being around like minded people.  And more will be accomplished with concentration.  An actual decreasing of the state is not the only accomplishment to note.  Creating more liberty minded people is notable.


Some of you criticize the people who claim that they see NH as the only solution, but this doesn't meant that it is necessarily the freest.  It just means that it is the only place where they see any movement of significance.  Zug may be freer, but what movement is there?  I don't think Mark has denied that there is anything happening anywhere else.  He just says that he hasn't seen it.


I see 1% committed non complaints as being very effective in undermining the system.  That is very reasonable to have in some parts of NH within a few years.  There are also many people who will move after there are visible changes made.  I imagine these people number many times those who will go to try and make the initial changes.


I don't think there will be any decrease in state power of any significance until the national government loses much of its power, which it gets from the dollar.  There will need to be a great devaluation or collapse of the dollar before significant changes for freedom can be made.  I think a collapse and rejection of the dollar is likely necessary, not just a great devaluation.

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General / Re: Female Freedom!
« on: July 11, 2009, 02:06:01 AM »
That product is just wrong.  Women are supposed to pee like this:






;)

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General / Re: NH medical weed bill veto'd
« on: July 11, 2009, 01:38:39 AM »
I wonder if placing a provision in the bill that would make it effective only after passing a referendum would have made it more likely to pass.  I wonder how mush of this is the governor being afraid of looking like he is pro-marijuana.

Of course, the pressure from those whose existence is based on marijuana prohibition has to be the largest factor.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 05, 2009, 03:23:33 AM »
What party?


The Keene Pooping Party

It's been decided that in order to increase Pooping Liberty, a mask must be worn in the act of pooping.

That is all.

the question is, do you support open pooping on private property as well as public property?

Of course, but the property owner may forbid it.  Then the party poopers would have to go elsewhere.

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General / Re: I'm not a porcupine anymore
« on: July 04, 2009, 01:39:16 AM »
On the whole, the free state project fails because of one thing, I think: this strange demand that you sign up. I would never do it just because the whole idea of joining a 'group' to support 'freedom' is at its core an incorrect notion. I am an independent, free thinking individual; I do not subscribe to the joining of any, ANY, group in the name of freedom. I subscribe to direct action on your ideals. Joining a group to simply label yourself such a thing is sort of sophomoric and of the old 'red team--blue team' mind set.

I am a liberty activist; I am not moving to NH because my partner does not want to even consider it. It's an automatic kind of thing, that strong of a rejection of an idea within a committed relationship. You can't disregard it.

I most certainly would entertain the notion of moving to NH if I could. But if I did, I would never, EVER, join the FSP.


I think you miss the point of signing up with the FSP.  People want to move where there is a concentration of other liberty activists.  Signing lets others considering the move know that there are more people intending to move also, thus encouraging more people to move.  Once in NH, you don't have to be a part of the FSP.  You are then just a liberty activist living in NH.

It is important to show progress to encourage others to also move.

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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: July 04, 2009, 01:18:52 AM »

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