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MK

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Re: Why NH?
« Reply #45 on: January 31, 2009, 01:53:37 am »

Well, with Alaska at about 1 person per square mile, and NH at like 145, I consider that being fairly densely populated.  Granted I'm from the midwest, and apparently you people aren't. 

But hey, I'm not saying it's a bad idea.  A bunch of Libertarians living together would be great.  I'm just not willing to live back east.  I've been there and everything is just too close for comfort.  It's like Boulder, CO, but all over the place.

Oh, and I don't know why you call yourself "Peacemaker" and then fumble around with words whilst attempting to insult.
Exactly what did he say to insult you?

Thanks J.S., I miss read who was saying what...Posting while preoccupied (PWP) 
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Re: Why NH?
« Reply #46 on: January 31, 2009, 02:07:15 am »

Well, with Alaska at about 1 person per square mile, and NH at like 145, I consider that being fairly densely populated.  Granted I'm from the midwest, and apparently you people aren't. 

But hey, I'm not saying it's a bad idea.  A bunch of Libertarians living together would be great.  I'm just not willing to live back east.  I've been there and everything is just too close for comfort.  It's like Boulder, CO, but all over the place.

Oh, and I don't know why you call yourself "Peacemaker" and then fumble around with words whilst attempting to insult.

Are you saying you'd be willing to live in Alaska year round?   

Just so you know there are Free Staters from the Midwest, as well as many points beyond.     

But I say, if you think you know how to better do it, then please feel free to start your own Liberty State Project (and we will all truly root for you).

PS: I chose Peacemaker to represent the classic Handgun.


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Re: Why NH?
« Reply #47 on: February 03, 2009, 12:21:32 am »

Jimbo Christ makes a good point about the density.  He is looking at it from an engineer's perspective.  Heck, I can live on two acres of land in Alaska!  Try that in CA.  The density actually works against us in the beginning, but it helps us once we get our numbers up.  Moreover, being densely populated will keep us voting for freedom and squeezing out the socialists.   
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Re: Why NH?
« Reply #48 on: February 03, 2009, 11:29:57 am »

voting for freedom...

Voting for freedom. Is that kind of like gang banging for peace? Or maybe making a toast to sobriety?

I shouldn't post these topic derailers, but some things, I just can't bite my tongue like I should.

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Re: Why NH?
« Reply #49 on: February 03, 2009, 01:32:53 pm »

voting for freedom...
Voting for freedom. Is that kind of like gang banging for peace? Or maybe making a toast to sobriety?

Yup. 

You should join us for Temperance League, this Friday, in Manchvegas (not a liberty-oriented event, per se, but a large number of liberty-minted folk typically attend).  We have determined to rid the world of the evil of Demon Rum, by the incredibly inefficient method of drinking it all...

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Re: Why NH?
« Reply #50 on: February 03, 2009, 03:46:32 pm »

Well, with Alaska at about 1 person per square mile, and NH at like 145, I consider that being fairly densely populated.  Granted I'm from the midwest, and apparently you people aren't. 

But hey, I'm not saying it's a bad idea.  A bunch of Libertarians living together would be great.  I'm just not willing to live back east.  I've been there and everything is just too close for comfort.  It's like Boulder, CO, but all over the place.

Oh, and I don't know why you call yourself "Peacemaker" and then fumble around with words whilst attempting to insult.
Exactly what did he say to insult you?

Thanks J.S., I miss read who was saying what...Posting while preoccupied (PWP) 

Your welcome
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