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time4liberty

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Re: The bottomline for my father
« Reply #45 on: December 05, 2009, 03:06:31 pm »

Here's a list of some PYO farms: http://www.pickyourown.org/NH.htm#listings

And here's a calandar listing when some fruit/veg comes in: http://www.pickyourown.org/NHharvestcalendar.htm
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Re: The bottomline for my father
« Reply #46 on: December 05, 2009, 09:44:12 pm »

I would recomend you go to the New Hampshire Underground.

http://nhunderground.com/forum/index.php

 A good chunk of the Graftonites are on that forum.  Let them know you are coming to visit. 
They would love to show you around.
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Re: The bottomline for my father
« Reply #47 on: December 06, 2009, 06:48:45 pm »

I went out to my farm today to show my brother-in law around, told him he could hunt out there.  He instantly fell in love with the place and as me and dad did also.  I felt mysef wavering over the idea to come to NH just by being out there. 

Thats why I was glad to hear of other people leaving things behind.  I hadn't been out there in over 2 months and just seeing it again made me sad. 

But maybe Ill just see something in the Grafton area that makes me happy!

Only 18 more days! YAY
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Re: The bottomline for my father
« Reply #48 on: December 11, 2009, 03:03:03 am »

Dad and I had a rather intense confrontation tonight. 

I wouldn't have blatantly brought up the subject of freedom but he mentioned our security guard who is a sheriff's deputy, who had to escort somebody from the building today.  He just kept going on and on about how he's just a talkative and funny guy until you cause trouble.  After he went on about it several times I interupted him with "Dad he's nothing but a thug.  He hurts people and gets away with it because he has a badge."

This stopped dad in his tracks.  He gets offended every time I attack any of the security people because they're all his friends.  So I say to dad, "Basically, if I explained to the man that it's wrong for him to use force on people who aren't hurting anybody, then I consider him educated.  If he continues to choose to use force on people, they have a right to defend themselves.  As far as I am concerned, if the man shoots at somebody defending themselves or their property, then he deserves to be shot the same as a robber who robs me at gunpoint.  He's not a hero or a victim, he's a thug armed with a gun. 

The peaceful movement will just hug him, or smile and continue to remind him that what he does is wrong, because peaceful resistance is the most effective method of going against government.  But inherently what he deserves is to have force equal to the force he used, metered out to him.

Dad said I needed to see a psychiatrist and get medicine. 

I told him "Well that's where we need to part ways"

He took that poorly.  I have a feeling that when the time comes, I'll be moving to NH minus the father.
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