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General / Re: Ways to Celebrate Independence Day
« on: July 02, 2009, 08:18:33 PM »
Remind people to call it Independence Day whenever they say the 4th of July (or July the 4th or The 4th).


Or Secession Day.

Get people thinking about secession.

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General / Re: Mark Edgerton is a fucking murderer.
« on: July 02, 2009, 01:30:48 PM »
Mark may not have been the actual guy that killed Ballapuran, but didn't he admit to doing burglaries?

Would that be so much different than someone stealing someone else's stuff at porcfest? Because that happened.

If you are looking for reason to bash Mark, you will find them I am sure.

Put in a situation where I have to give the keys to my house to someone - and the list to choose from includes Mark and a whole boatload of FSPers......chances are I would go with Mark. I'd name names....but I'll leave that for the Drama in the Freestate thread.  :o

I'm not looking to bash Mark.  I just get the impression that the bashing of Jesse is a bit excessive.

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General / Re: Excellent breasts.
« on: July 02, 2009, 01:28:09 PM »
What's with the Asian obsession?


Apparently a good amount of it is an obsession that Asian women have for white men.  I image that white men would like a variety of white and Asian and throw in some other types for more variety.

I also saw something that said that there is a general perception of Asians being more feminine and whites being more masculine.  This could explain the white male / Asian female attraction but not the Asian male white female attraction.  Some gay guys go for Asian males though.  (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rice_queen#Rice_queen)

I think some of the stereotypes of Asian women can make white men more confident around Asian women leading to more attraction from the Asian women.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asian_fetish


Found in the footnotes:

http://www.smh.com.au/news/opinion/love-thy-neighbour-australias-shameful-fetish/2008/11/18/1226770444567.html

http://web.archive.org/web/20060212132003/http://www.audreymagazine.com/Sep2005/Features03.asp


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General / Re: Mark Edgerton is a fucking murderer.
« on: July 02, 2009, 12:00:01 PM »
Mark may not have been the actual guy that killed Ballapuran, but didn't he admit to doing burglaries?

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General / Re: PorcFest hotties undeterred by storm (sexy dancing)
« on: July 02, 2009, 11:29:43 AM »

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How about you shut the fuck up about your remote Montana cabin? 

People can do whatever they want, I never suggested otherwise, and I'm fully prepared for that sort of behavior.  It doesn't mean I have to like it.  And when you get down to more personal settings like a bar or other types of smaller groups, and someone warns you to not take their picture again, I doubt very much you'd carry on with your litany of what you're allowed to do. 


I also doubt very much that I would.  If I am among a bunch of other people where some of the others have cameras, I am more likely to take pictures.

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General / Re: Mark Edgerton is a fucking murderer.
« on: July 02, 2009, 11:23:53 AM »
I'd still trust Mark with a gun over AnarchoJesse.

Why?  What is Jesse doing to make you bring him up?  Maybe he did something a while back, but is he still?


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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 02, 2009, 01:24:00 AM »
I don't know 'cuz I wasn't there. But muttering and smelling bad are two hallmarks of creepiness in my experience

OK, I'll have to work on those traits.  Maybe I can be really creepy by the next one.

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General / Re: PorcFest hotties undeterred by storm (sexy dancing)
« on: July 02, 2009, 01:21:50 AM »
Yes, a lot of people had cameras there.  I took pictures of a lot people I didn't know.
Could the FSP make it any easier for the feds?

I was talking specifically about Ridley.  I would probably enjoy his vids more if he didn't treat his audience as if they were drooling morons. 

As far as taking photos of people, thats really not cool.  I know I don't like it, but in public theres not much argument you can make, since these people like to argue their public rights horseshit with such vehemence. 

Photographing people without their consent is just plain rude.  I've known a lot of people who do that, and I always thought it was an ignorant habit.  It always makes me think they're some kind of a rat or a nark - I don't care what their real purpose is.  Especially when people are either completely unknown to them, or passing something around. 

It will happen, even if not on purpose.  I think if a person is so paranoid about the feds identifying him through a picture like that, he should maybe not go to events like this or any public events.  Maybe even live in a remote shack in Montana.  Don't mail bombs, and no one will likely find out who you are.

Some people like pictures and videos that aren't stages and just document what happened.  I don't think it is ignorant.

You don't think it's ignorant?  Your whole response to the simple explanation is ignorant, right down to equating a persons unwillingness to be surreptitiously recorded to a Ted Kaczynski. 

Maybe you can be a paparazzi.  Those guys are classy. 

Nope, it's just that almost everybody has a camera handy now days, so the only way to avoid being unwillingly photographed is to avoid the types of people who take pictures.  A remote shack in Montana seems to work fine for this.

I didn't take pictures of people who were doing certain things (that I know of), but there wasn't anything to stop someone from doing so.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 02, 2009, 01:14:28 AM »
Dude, that guy creeped me out the first time I saw him, and continued to get creepier as the weekend went on.

I think Jason said it best: either he's a fed, or the biggest douche ever. Either way, it was fucking hilarious.

I'm sure I creeped you out more.

Uhh... why?

Were you towering over me while I was sitting in a chair staring at my rack? Because this guy was. Now... I've got no problem with dudes checking out the rack, but do you have to be hovering over me just leering? Can't you at least try and be a little sly about it? This doesn't even begin to touch on this weirdos creepiness through out the whole weekend.

I'm kind of joking.
I don't know that I ever got close enough to do what you are saying this guy did.  I'm just not the most social person.  I did talk to a lot of people.  I'm just not that likely to approach them if there are a lot of people around.  That is probably the reason I didn't talk to you.  I think one night I laid down on one of the picnic tables in the picnic pavilion while people were talking and stuff.  It was only for a few minutes, but it was weird though, right?  Maybe you didn't notice me.  Oh well.

You need to mutter and smell bad more.

Did that guy mutter and smell bad?





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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 02, 2009, 12:50:54 AM »
Dude, that guy creeped me out the first time I saw him, and continued to get creepier as the weekend went on.

I think Jason said it best: either he's a fed, or the biggest douche ever. Either way, it was fucking hilarious.

I'm sure I creeped you out more.

Uhh... why?

Were you towering over me while I was sitting in a chair staring at my rack? Because this guy was. Now... I've got no problem with dudes checking out the rack, but do you have to be hovering over me just leering? Can't you at least try and be a little sly about it? This doesn't even begin to touch on this weirdos creepiness through out the whole weekend.

I'm kind of joking.
I don't know that I ever got close enough to do what you are saying this guy did.  I'm just not the most social person.  I did talk to a lot of people.  I'm just not that likely to approach them if there are a lot of people around.  That is probably the reason I didn't talk to you.  I think one night I laid down on one of the picnic tables in the picnic pavilion while people were talking and stuff.  It was only for a few minutes, but it was weird though, right?  Maybe you didn't notice me.  Oh well.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 02, 2009, 12:42:59 AM »

I also remember talking to him about the guy that was chased away from the bonfire after a woman screamed at him for stalking her. 

The guy appeared to be macking on the girl that was screaming at another guy for stalking her. I cannot say for certain that he was macking but from the snippets that I overheard it appears to be that way.

As for the guy that appeared to be stalking that woman I did see a second incident with her and that guy the day before. He entered her campsite and she started screaming at him to leave her alone.

I was about a row or two over from that and wondered what was going on.  Someone told me about it, and it seemed like she was overreacting.  I later talked to her after the second incident, and there appears to be more to it.  I had a talk with him, and I am not convinced he is going to stop.  He said he is going to some event in Las Vegas where the woman is going to be too.

I did not talk to him or her. Both times I saw her yell at the guy she was talking to other people and I did not want to get involved with any of that drama, if they were alone I would have stepped in to make sure no one was physically hurt. I also heard that there was at least one more incident that I was not present for that occurred at porcfest between those people. Three incidents between those 2 during porcfest definitely raises some questions in my mind and I think someone needs to sit down with them and mediate a resolution.   


I also remember talking to him about the guy that was chased away from the bonfire after a woman screamed at him for stalking her. 

The guy appeared to be macking on the girl that was screaming at another guy for stalking her. I cannot say for certain that he was macking but from the snippets that I overheard it appears to be that way.

As for the guy that appeared to be stalking that woman I did see a second incident with her and that guy the day before. He entered her campsite and she started screaming at him to leave her alone.

I was about a row or two over from that and wondered what was going on.  Someone told me about it, and it seemed like she was overreacting.  I later talked to her after the second incident, and there appears to be more to it.  I had a talk with him, and I am not convinced he is going to stop.  He said he is going to some event in Las Vegas where the woman is going to be too.

Jeebus Criminy. If I had a dime for every chick who accused me of stalking them...

If you ran in to a chick that started screaming at you every time you were in 30 feet of her wouldn't you attempt to avoid her, and when I say screaming I mean top of the lungs yelling about a cease and desist order and a whole litany of crap.

I bet they have crazy sex

Well some of the most crazy bitches are wild in the sack and will try some of the weirdest crap. The woman did appear to be truly upset about the guy being around her.  


After I sat down and talked with both of them separately, I don't see any reason to bring them together for mediation or anything.  He just needs to make a real effort to avoid her.  I get the feeling that he is choosing to attend  events because this woman is there.  I kind of agree about the 30 feet, except I would make it much greater than that.  I told him to check any event that he plans to attend in the future and see if she is going to be there (He already is doing this anyway.), and if she is, avoid the event completely.

I told him to think about it logically and realize that nothing positive will ever come from him having any contact with her.  I told him he is just going to get a reputation from more and more people.

She said that she moved and made sure that her new address was not listed anywhere, and this guy was showing up at her new place and sending her flowers and food. 

Also, she probably had the two meanest dogs at that event.  They scared the shit out of me.  I was getting to where I was afraid to move through the crowds without knowing where the dogs were.  I made efforts to walk out of my way to avoid getting near them after they lunged at me.  All the big dogs were one thing I didn't like there.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 01, 2009, 03:02:58 PM »
Dude, that guy creeped me out the first time I saw him, and continued to get creepier as the weekend went on.

I think Jason said it best: either he's a fed, or the biggest douche ever. Either way, it was fucking hilarious.

I'm sure I creeped you out more.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: July 01, 2009, 03:02:07 PM »
I also remember talking to him about the guy that was chased away from the bonfire after a woman screamed at him for stalking her. 

The guy appeared to be macking on the girl that was screaming at another guy for stalking her. I cannot say for certain that he was macking but from the snippets that I overheard it appears to be that way.

As for the guy that appeared to be stalking that woman I did see a second incident with her and that guy the day before. He entered her campsite and she started screaming at him to leave her alone.

I was about a row or two over from that and wondered what was going on.  Someone told me about it, and it seemed like she was overreacting.  I later talked to her after the second incident, and there appears to be more to it.  I had a talk with him, and I am not convinced he is going to stop.  He said he is going to some event in Las Vegas where the woman is going to be too.

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General / Re: PorcFest hotties undeterred by storm (sexy dancing)
« on: July 01, 2009, 02:56:59 PM »
oh my, a bunch of them.  Yes, I know these people knew they were having their picture taken.  At least I hope they did.




Gotta love the guy in the kilt with the sword, pistol and AR.

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General / Re: PorcFest hotties undeterred by storm (sexy dancing)
« on: July 01, 2009, 02:45:42 PM »
Yes, a lot of people had cameras there.  I took pictures of a lot people I didn't know.
Could the FSP make it any easier for the feds?

I was talking specifically about Ridley.  I would probably enjoy his vids more if he didn't treat his audience as if they were drooling morons. 

As far as taking photos of people, thats really not cool.  I know I don't like it, but in public theres not much argument you can make, since these people like to argue their public rights horseshit with such vehemence. 

Photographing people without their consent is just plain rude.  I've known a lot of people who do that, and I always thought it was an ignorant habit.  It always makes me think they're some kind of a rat or a nark - I don't care what their real purpose is.  Especially when people are either completely unknown to them, or passing something around. 

It will happen, even if not on purpose.  I think if a person is so paranoid about the feds identifying him through a picture like that, he should maybe not go to events like this or any public events.  Maybe even live in a remote shack in Montana.  Don't mail bombs, and no one will likely find out who you are.

Some people like pictures and videos that aren't stages and just document what happened.  I don't think it is ignorant.

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