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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 04, 2009, 01:17:20 AM »
What party?


The Keene Pooping Party

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General / Re: I'm not a porcupine anymore
« on: July 03, 2009, 01:04:20 PM »
Americans coming into Zug would be far more easy to get rid of than Americans moving into NH.

I don't think that the NH FSP is the only answer.  But I do think that consentrating together is the answer.  I think multiple areas is a fine idea.  Move to Wyoming, Zug or Costa Rica if you think that is better.  Help the seasteaders if you want, but I don't expect anything with that for at least several years.  People can be in NH working on things and building workable ideas by the time the seasteaders have any firm plans.  You could go join them after helping out in some place like NH or Wyoming.  You pretty much have to live on land for now, so pick a good place.

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General / Re: I'm not a porcupine anymore
« on: July 03, 2009, 12:57:07 PM »
Maybe the FSP is a pipe dream (it is the pipe dream of an expert at least)
I hope you are not talking about Jason Sorens.

Jason Sorens isn't an expert?
Maybe he is on some things, but not at running an organization. Him being the chair of the FSP BOD has been a disaster.

I wouldn't know. As I have said I think that there are some big problems with how the FSP is run. That is why I have been working on an outbound calling program to reach the 20,000 mark. Once the 20,000 mark is reached the FSP leadership becomes irrelevant.
But you can't get a calling list, right?

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General / Re: Ways to Celebrate Independence Day
« on: July 03, 2009, 12:26:33 PM »
My 5yo want to make the classic round bombs.



I'm thinking paper mache over a balloon, home made black powder, and cannon fuse.




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General / Re: One of my facebook friends shared this with me.
« on: July 03, 2009, 12:16:32 PM »
Oh and Lance, I can assure you that I am neither being "paid to disrupt this forum and others", nor am I "uninformed about reality." In fact I am much more informed about reality than you guys are, to be frank. You guys are going through a phase in your lives that many people go through, and that's the cause of why you are saying and doing what you are saying and doing. One of the Keene city councilors, as a matter of fact, explained exactly what is going on with you. He is an older gentleman named Fred Parsells who had lived through the 60's, and he saw many groups like you spring up during the 60s which was a time of social turmoil. Fred said this group here sprang up because of the social turmoil that is happening now in the 00's, and because of the phase you are all going through in your personal lives. But after the 60's social turmoil had settled down, the 60's groups dissipated. Fred said that you would eventually likewise dissipate just as the 60's people dissipated, after the current social turmoil has calmed down, and after this phase that you all are going through in your lives is over.

You mean they will sell out and learn to love the evil state because they are able to use it to steal things that they want?

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General / Re: One of my facebook friends shared this with me.
« on: July 03, 2009, 12:15:02 PM »
I'm sorry, but Harry Browne was Harry Clown. Hardly anybody voted for him, because hardly anybody found his message attractive. What the American people want most of all is a strong defense policy that will crush the enemies of the United States that threaten the United States and them. Even Obama has this figured out now. He has it figured out that he'd better stick it out in Afghanistan and Iraq if he wants to get re-elected, because if he loses the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq it will simply embolden our enemies to attack us again, just like they did on 9/11. Nobody like Harry Clown will ever be elected because Harry Clown didn't have the guts to do what it takes to defend the nation.


Oh god, it is one of the sheeple. Bah bah bah, kill brown people, bah bah bah, they hate us cause of our freedoms, bah bah bah bah, I am incapable of forming my own opinions Fox News does it for me, bah bah bah, Ronny Reagan was the best prez evar, bah bah bah.

I go back and forth between thinking that Luke's being paid to disrupt this forum (and others) and thinking that he's really just uninformed about reality.

For example, that crappy drawing in his signature shows a commie and a hippie stabbing a US soldier in the vietnam war.  He must not realize that US interests made massive profits by arming the North Vietnamese.  That type of activity seems like it was a heck of a lot more damaging to the US soldiers who fought in Viet Nam than some hippie protests.

I realize that the drawing is crappy, but it is 100% true.

The claim that US interests armed the North Vietnamese is simply false. North Vietnam was and had always been under Soviet influence since pretty much after the Dien Bien Phu defeat of the French. Before then, it was part of the French Indochina overseas colony.

As for the hippie protests, they were more than just protests. They often involved violent actions, such as those done by the Weathermen, to destroy the war effort, and they emboldened their friends in Congress to create the Case-Church amendment, which is what caused the pullout, even after Nixon had basically won the war with the Christmas bombing campaign which forced the North Vietnamese to sign the Paris Peace Accords.

What's wrong with destroying the war effort?

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 03, 2009, 11:48:05 AM »
I am all for shitting in public, as long as "public" is the middle of the woods.

Dogs get to do it in public.  Why not people too?

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 03, 2009, 02:16:25 AM »
How does the Free State feel about public pooping?


There is no official position but  many are big supporters of the act.  There is a planned pooping party in Keene this month.  Watch for the Ridley Reports on this.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 03, 2009, 02:12:07 AM »
So, am I the only one who enjoyed the fact that porcfest was ivy-free?

I've never met her, but I was looking.  I planned to only say say hi to her.   I think all the stuff that has blown up on the interwebz kept her away.

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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: July 03, 2009, 01:14:49 AM »
Thank Cthulhu I don't notice it with my boyfriend.   :lol:

So no wearing Japanese schoolgirl outfits, watching tons of anime etc? :lol: :wink:

Nahhhh.  He tells me he thinks Asian people look like fish.  I'm sure he'll chime in later when he reads this for himself.  :lol:

They really do. A lot like Catfish. When I look at an Asian person, I see this: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d8/Channelcat.jpg

Umm.....wow.  You're a douche.


For thinking that Asians look like Catfish? Well... They just do, to me. There are plenty of people who find fishy things attractive. I'm just not one of them. If I struck a personal nerve, I apologize. I hope you have a wonderful weekend, Rillion.

For some reason I have never noticed any kind of resemblance.  I'm not sure if I heard anyone express that similarity before I saw Gran Torino.  Feel free not to find them attractive.  There are plenty of people who do find them attractive.

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General / Re: Ways to Celebrate Independence Day
« on: July 02, 2009, 11:09:55 PM »
One word now probably wouldnt stay in the back of their mind for years. People would rather sit on there ass drinking a beer watch some tv and live within there comfort zone. If things get so bad to the point where they are forced out of that zone then maybe they would actually consider otherwise they'll soon as forget what you said the next day, week, or month depending on the person and whether or not they consider you insane and how "patriotic" they see themselves.

We have to keep talking about it.


Happy Secession Day

Secession Day


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General / Re: Ways to Celebrate Independence Day
« on: July 02, 2009, 08:34:17 PM »
Yea cuz thats gonna get secession going for sure. Great plan kalmia. You may just save our freedoms yet.

It will take a lot to get it going.  People have to think about it for a long time (years?) before they actually consider doing it.

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General / Re: I'm not a porcupine anymore
« on: July 02, 2009, 08:32:28 PM »
I think it will likely reach a tipping point.  I don't know when that will be, but I think there are a lot of people who will be willing to move or agree to move once there are enough people already there and doing stuff.

Being around the people there is likely one of the best immediate benefits.

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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: July 02, 2009, 08:28:02 PM »
Thank Cthulhu I don't notice it with my boyfriend.   :lol:

So no wearing Japanese schoolgirl outfits, watching tons of anime etc? :lol: :wink:

Nahhhh.  He tells me he thinks Asian people look like fish.  I'm sure he'll chime in later when he reads this for himself.  :lol:

They really do. A lot like Catfish. When I look at an Asian person, I see this: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d8/Channelcat.jpg

Didn't Asians think that white people had eyes like dogs when they first saw them?  I once heard a black person say that white people smell like wet dogs when they get wet.

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General / Re: I'm not a porcupine anymore
« on: July 02, 2009, 08:23:12 PM »
Its not like your missing much.

If living in New Hampshire coincides with your other plans, then I would recommend being engaged in the NH liberty movement, however the idea that NH is somehow some holy grail of freedom (liberty in our lifetimes LOL), or even some last bastion of American liberty is a joke, and entirely out of touch with the facts on the ground.

Its been nearly 10 years since foundation, and only 720 people have actually moved, hundreds who were already living in NH at the time. The deadline to get 20,000 sign ups by 2006 failed, the deadline to get the first 1000 by end of 2008 failed.

The fact that only 300 or so libertarians in New Hampshire (0.02%) actually signed up for the FSP tells you all you need to know about the raging hard-on voluntaryists and their grandiose grand standing.

The whole idea was to get such a concentration of libertarians that they could actually make a meaningful change. Now NH libbers are still carrying the whole mantra that the FSP is OH SO IMPORTANT, when the whole dynamic has changed.

It failed, get over it.

Now there can still be an NH liberty movement, but the aims need to scale to the reality. You're looking at maybe 500 people a year (at the most optimistic), or even less, given that a large percentage of FSP sign ups are likely to be unfulfilled.

This is not Liberty in your lifetime, its a bunch of libertarians together, trying shit and not getting very far, just like there are all over the country, all over the world, so give up the fucking hero complex.

 The best you can hope for is to re-arrange the deckchairs (i.e. aim for weed decrim or some other fringe liberty), while the Fed goes to town on your liberties, or move country.

wait.....

THEY STOPPED THE SEATBELT BILL!!!!!!!

in short : ignore the faggots who are going to act like you're shitting on the world because you won't join their happy fun club.

So what are you doing?  Or do you not really care that much to do anything?

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