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Russell Kanning

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Re: Moving to NH?
« Reply #15 on: November 22, 2005, 08:21:40 am »

sledge, filth, half- :-[, clueless, insane, dishing syllogisms ...and I thought I was having a good time.
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Re: Moving to NH?
« Reply #16 on: November 22, 2005, 09:35:28 am »

If the truth irritates you, then you've got a problem coping with reality.
However you've got delusions of grandeur in your current strategy- -meanwhile you have yet to frame a logical argument against mine.That's why you have to dissolve into sledge and filth.
However the notion of pulling up stakes for a half-assed move into a new life without the slightest clue as to what you're going to do-- or even doing-- is pure insanity.
And the fact that you're dishing a perfect Constitutional syllogism, is only proof of that.
The reason there have been no "logical" arguments against you is because you refuse to believe anything anyone says counter to you can be logical.  "You can't argue with someone who is always right"
My understanding of the Free State Project is it is merely a call to action, leaving the participant to decide on what exactly that action is.  If you want plans, try the NH Underground.  Or maybe just simply ask people what they plan on doing, instead of assuming that they plan on doing nothing.

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