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« on: March 10, 2004, 02:21:02 am »

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« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2005, 03:38:15 am »

Outreach opportunity in Atlanta

Hey Everyone

The Free State Project is looking for volunteers to work a table at the Van’s Warped Tour in Atlanta, GA on 8-3-05.  If you would like to help, email Dan Patrick ASAP at dpatrick@otelco.net

The FSP has tables at the Van’s Warped Tour stops in Buffalo 7/26, Pittsburgh 8/1, and Boston 8/15.  We are not yet approved for the Atlanta show, but we still need volunteers, incase we do get approved.  Your help will be greatly appreciated.  For more info, email Dan Patrick ASAP at dpatrick@otelco.net

http://www.warpedtour.com/8-3.html
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Re: Georgia
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2005, 06:08:56 pm »

Hey Georgia Porcupines,

There's going to be a large protest at Fort Benning Nov. 18-20. This would be a great way to expose a lot of people who don't like current U.S. foreign policy to the FSP. If anyone is willing to attend and pass out some FSP fliers, please let me know at events@freestateproject.org and I can have a supply shipped to you. Thanks!

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Re: Georgia
« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2005, 09:20:45 pm »

Hey Georgia Porcupines,

There's going to be a large protest at Fort Benning Nov. 18-20. This would be a great way to expose a lot of people who don't like current U.S. foreign policy to the FSP.

Protests should be directed at those who establish the policy. Protesting at Benning can't be seen as anything other than anti-military, thus anti-soldier. Lots of people claim to support the troops but oppose the war; protesting at a military base show opposition to the troops themselves.

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Re: Georgia
« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2005, 09:32:13 pm »

I am anti-military, and I suppose that makes me anti-soldier.  I did my four years in the USAF before I realized I was a libertarian.  I have several nephews currently in uniform despite my best efforts.  (I'm not good at preaching).  A couple of my nephews are in line to come back in body bags that the fedgov won't let pictures be taken of, though I wish my nephews all the luck whatever gods may grant them.

I would like this country defended.  At the moment, I am illegally in better shape to defend my town than any other forces authorized by the US Constitution.  Can't count on the town cops, they'd lose a shootout with the NYPD.
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Re: Georgia
« Reply #5 on: April 23, 2008, 10:20:04 am »

I know there's at least one other Freestater in GA other than myself.  I just created an Atlanta FSP Meetup Group (http://fsp.meetup.com/93/).  Come one, come all!
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« Reply #6 on: April 23, 2008, 11:20:37 am »

I'm originally from GA. However, I spent most of the last 8 years in L.A. which is so steeped in socialism and traffic that it helped encourage me to consider the FSP. I actually went back to GA for a little while to see if I might want to stay there, but once I attended Porcfest, I knew it was time to move.
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Re: Georgia
« Reply #7 on: May 29, 2008, 01:19:11 pm »

I'm originally from GA. However, I spent most of the last 8 years in L.A. which is so steeped in socialism and traffic that it helped encourage me to consider the FSP. I actually went back to GA for a little while to see if I might want to stay there, but once I attended Porcfest, I knew it was time to move.


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Re: Georgia
« Reply #8 on: May 29, 2008, 09:41:41 pm »

I'm originally from GA. However, I spent most of the last 8 years in L.A. which is so steeped in socialism and traffic that it helped encourage me to consider the FSP. I actually went back to GA for a little while to see if I might want to stay there, but once I attended Porcfest, I knew it was time to move.

Hmm.  I spent my first 15 years (from birth) in L.A. then moved from there straight into a New Hampshire winter (and 70-71 was colder than average).  Then when I graduated Laconia HS, I headed down to Georgia Tech where it was (1) warmer and (2) cheaper out-of-state tuition than UNH in-state.  Couldn't afford to finish first year, wound up in the USAF.  Who moved me back to Califnordia.  After a few years around the Bay Area and in Las Vegas, I wound up back in L.A. for pretty much all of the 80s.  Presently, I've been stuck in Jersey for 16 years and that has got to change.
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