Just checking-in. I have had so little time lately, I recently started a new career while completing a move from Utah county to East Salt Lake City after a crazy situation where I was evicted through no fault of my own (it's a long story) and due to the move, my only opportunities to go online are through brief moments using the wifi at a local coffee shop. Believe it or not, still working my way out of a lot of debts, economic and otherwise, from that brief and hectic time volunteering as prez. of this fabulous FSP.
On the activist front, I have managed to befriend an owner of a talk radio station and being active with the Utah LP, which recently had a convention which I worked hard to change around in their constitution, mostly unsuccessfully, however. I have also been meeting a few high-profile libertarians as the opportunities arise, including Boston T. Party. Any other time is spent on putting up signs and giving-out bumper stickers for the Richard Mack for governor campaign; and yes, dropping word of the FSP at every step along the way.