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Trader Will

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How's the FSP looking these days?
« on: June 04, 2010, 07:51:26 pm »

Hi all,

How's the FSP doing? Is membership moving along at a reasonable pace? Does it look like the FSP will become a reality? It seems like secession is becoming a more reasonable option with the explosion in the size of the federal government. I'm still sweating my butt off in Florida and I'm tied to the state atm with a business and RE, plus the laws on pot here suck, 20 grams is a felony.  :o  Give me the latest news on the FSP, tnx.

-Will
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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2010, 08:05:22 pm »

 
I see these kids nowadays, especially the alleged boys in HS and they look like half a woman. I'm 33 now and maybe i'm old fashioned?  ??? I'm just wondering what these kids are learning in government schools nowadays. And this is Florida, not California. Lefty culture is so pervasive, it's on the TV, and then it's reinforced in the text books. This country is in big trouble. It's starting to look more and more like the people who still believe in personal and economic liberty are going to have to get together to save ourselves from the collective (Borg?).  :o
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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2010, 09:38:32 pm »

From my perspective, it's running along like gangbusters. We have 4 FSP movers elected to the State Legislature, and they are effecting awesome change already:
http://www.freestateproject.org/intro/real-id
http://www.freestateproject.org/intro/states_rights
http://www.freestateproject.org/intro/gun_rights

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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2010, 03:56:56 pm »

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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #4 on: June 06, 2010, 09:04:40 pm »

Hi all,

How's the FSP doing? Is membership moving along at a reasonable pace? Does it look like the FSP will become a reality? It seems like secession is becoming a more reasonable option with the explosion in the size of the federal government. I'm still sweating my butt off in Florida and I'm tied to the state atm with a business and RE, plus the laws on pot here suck, 20 grams is a felony.  :o  Give me the latest news on the FSP, tnx.

-Will

more and more people keep moving in.

will be come a reality?  Nope...IS a reality.

My prediction is that by 4 years from now we will see BIG momentum.
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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #5 on: June 06, 2010, 10:31:47 pm »

plus the laws on pot here suck, 20 grams is a felony.  :o

I've been indicted and am being arraigned (June 18th) for Felony Dispensing for allegedly sharing one unlit marijuana cigarette
(approx .5 grams, they estimated the value @ $1) with an undercover officer. In New Hampshire.

http://cdevolution.org/content/sovereign-curtis-secretly-indicted-nashua-prosecutor
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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2010, 09:13:28 pm »

Hi all,

How's the FSP doing? Is membership moving along at a reasonable pace? Does it look like the FSP will become a reality? It seems like secession is becoming a more reasonable option with the explosion in the size of the federal government. I'm still sweating my butt off in Florida and I'm tied to the state atm with a business and RE, plus the laws on pot here suck, 20 grams is a felony.  :o  Give me the latest news on the FSP, tnx.

-Will

more and more people keep moving in.

will be come a reality?  Nope...IS a reality.

My prediction is that by 4 years from now we will see BIG momentum.
when it gets to the point for me to move I know it will be a big success, it takes a *lot* to get me to consider leaving the sunshine, a business, family, real estate, friends and more! and move to a cold place. I just can't stand the enslavement anymore once people realize they can leave their slavemaster they will!
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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #7 on: June 10, 2010, 02:09:29 am »

plus the laws on pot here suck, 20 grams is a felony.  :o

I've been indicted and am being arraigned (June 18th) for Felony Dispensing for allegedly sharing one unlit marijuana cigarette
(approx .5 grams, they estimated the value @ $1) with an undercover officer. In New Hampshire.

http://cdevolution.org/content/sovereign-curtis-secretly-indicted-nashua-prosecutor

It sounds like they're trying to hammer you because you're the nail that is sticking up. Good luck with the case.

I thought the NH legislature passed a law decriminalizing possession? I suppose distribution is a different matter though.
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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2010, 02:12:27 am »

tell me about it. But at least it's funny to laugh at:

http://thedailywh.at/post/641640198/teen-werewolf-of-the-day-this-is-evan-and-hes-a

and then there's the emo violin:
http://emovio.ytmnd.com/

emo kids:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_V2oayrdgo&feature=related



Teen werewolf was pretty funny. I think this self loathing crap is tied to the environmentalist nutcase idea that humans come second to the god called earth and we'd do the environment a favor if we just killed ourselves.
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Trader Will

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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #9 on: June 10, 2010, 02:16:20 am »

Hi all,

How's the FSP doing? Is membership moving along at a reasonable pace? Does it look like the FSP will become a reality? It seems like secession is becoming a more reasonable option with the explosion in the size of the federal government. I'm still sweating my butt off in Florida and I'm tied to the state atm with a business and RE, plus the laws on pot here suck, 20 grams is a felony.  :o  Give me the latest news on the FSP, tnx.

-Will

more and more people keep moving in.

will be come a reality?  Nope...IS a reality.

My prediction is that by 4 years from now we will see BIG momentum.
when it gets to the point for me to move I know it will be a big success, it takes a *lot* to get me to consider leaving the sunshine, a business, family, real estate, friends and more! and move to a cold place. I just can't stand the enslavement anymore once people realize they can leave their slavemaster they will!

Ya about the only thing I don't like about NH is its COLD! NH does look very picturesque though, and I like the small town feel of the cities; judging from pictures. I need to get up there this summer or next and check the lay of the land.
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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #10 on: June 10, 2010, 02:17:35 am »

Hi all,

How's the FSP doing? Is membership moving along at a reasonable pace? Does it look like the FSP will become a reality? It seems like secession is becoming a more reasonable option with the explosion in the size of the federal government. I'm still sweating my butt off in Florida and I'm tied to the state atm with a business and RE, plus the laws on pot here suck, 20 grams is a felony.  :o  Give me the latest news on the FSP, tnx.

-Will

more and more people keep moving in.

will be come a reality?  Nope...IS a reality.

My prediction is that by 4 years from now we will see BIG momentum.

I think you might be right. The only clear alternative I see is the Free State Project.
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Trader Will

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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #11 on: June 10, 2010, 02:18:52 am »

From my perspective, it's running along like gangbusters. We have 4 FSP movers elected to the State Legislature, and they are effecting awesome change already:
http://www.freestateproject.org/intro/real-id
http://www.freestateproject.org/intro/states_rights
http://www.freestateproject.org/intro/gun_rights

Awesome, glad to hear it and tnx for the links. I'm going to read up now.
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Re: How's the FSP looking these days?
« Reply #12 on: June 10, 2010, 06:53:54 am »


I thought the NH legislature passed a law decriminalizing possession?

I don't know whether one of the houses passed something like that, I do know it was not passed into law. I think one of the 4 NHLA members in the state House did sponsor a decriminalization bill but I don't remember what happened with it. Both houses of the NH legislature did pass a medical marijuana bill but the governor vetoed it (even after they watered down the bill to where the state would have a very tight hold on the medical marijuana business, supposedly to satisfy his demands so he would sign it), the House overrode his veto but the Senate failed to override by 2 votes so this bill also failed to make it into law.
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