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Re: California to New Hampshire
« Reply #30 on: August 06, 2009, 02:17:11 am »

When I've gone around the seacoast, there have been numerous help wanted signs, and many businesses who will hire almost anyone who doesn't have a criminal record.  Granted, lately more are looking for part timers, but there is work available out here.

Two part time jobs sounds as good as one full time job to me. Maybe better, unless they both need you at the same time. The last time I tried being in two places at once I tore a ligament.
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Re: California to New Hampshire
« Reply #31 on: August 08, 2009, 09:42:14 pm »

It's also better to take two part time jobs because you can network with more people.  Networking is critical to landing jobs elsewhere, and to getting a side business going.  Whether you plan to do roofing, plowing, residential wiring, surveying, real estate, or consulting, you'll need to network a lot when you arrive.  That's something that you should be doing from the start.
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Re: California to New Hampshire
« Reply #32 on: August 11, 2009, 01:34:14 pm »

I wanted to throw this out there in case CA_Libertarian, rdata2009, or anyone else is interested.  For those of us still stuck in the Bay Area, we have a lunch (formerly breakfast) gathering of liberty activists, anarchists, libertarians, etc. where we get together and talk about our projects and strategies in San Jose.

http://fr33agents.ning.com/events/bay-area-voluntaryist-resource-1

The next one is this coming Sunday Augusts 16th.

We're planning on having the Motorhome Diaries guys with us for the Nov 1 lunch.

- Peter
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Re: California to New Hampshire
« Reply #33 on: August 14, 2009, 04:55:41 am »

I wanted to throw this out there in case CA_Libertarian, rdata2009, or anyone else is interested.  For those of us still stuck in the Bay Area, we have a lunch (formerly breakfast) gathering of liberty activists, anarchists, libertarians, etc. where we get together and talk about our projects and strategies in San Jose.

http://fr33agents.ning.com/events/bay-area-voluntaryist-resource-1

The next one is this coming Sunday Augusts 16th.

We're planning on having the Motorhome Diaries guys with us for the Nov 1 lunch.

- Peter

Haven't been on the forums in a few days, and now it's too short notice, as my weekend is booked. I'd like to try to make it next time, though. It would be great to meet some liberty-minded people!
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