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Denoch96

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Future plans of FSP
« on: February 02, 2016, 05:37:22 am »

Hello, as a 19 year old about to begin attending college, it is simply an economic impossibility for me to move at this point or in the near future. I was just wondering if the FSP will still be accepting new movers in around 5 years time? Or will I miss the party, so to speak?
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Re: Future plans of FSP
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2016, 07:32:54 pm »

At 19, I saw the FSP when it was just an idea and was going to choose a state.
I wish I had moved then, as soon as NH was chosen.
Life will not present an ideal time. You make it a priority, or you don't. I always had a something stopping me; and always would.
No more excuses for me. I agreed to the 20k number and that is what it will take for me to stop making excuses.
The FSP has simple guidelines for participation: I don't see it mattering when you sign or move.
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Re: Future plans of FSP
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2016, 12:58:49 pm »

No, we will set up a border patrol checkpoint to stop you from coming here and helping us LOL
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Re: Future plans of FSP
« Reply #3 on: February 03, 2016, 11:14:51 pm »

19 is easy, but 29 years old, a wife, 2 kids, a house and a job is much harder.  Move the second your done your education, trust me.  Or better yet 19 is a good time go to Dartmouth, UNH or SNHU or maybe a near by college in MA.  You'll be happy you did.
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Re: Future plans of FSP
« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2016, 11:14:47 am »

Second Bazil's thoughts above.

Something to think about is the fact that NH will always be getting libertarian migrants, from now until the sun explodes or Donald Trump becomes Supreme Emperor and puts us all in the gas chambers. ;) We have close to 2000 movers now, plus over 2500 local "Friends," and in five years we'll probably have 5-10 times that many movers. NH will just get freer and freer, and more and more libertarians from around the world will want to move here.
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Re: Future plans of FSP
« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2016, 04:39:20 pm »

Yes, of course you can always move in the future. At the age of 19 though, I would think it would be easier to move sooner rather than later, but I don't know what your exact circumstances are. Is there anyway you could attend college in NH?
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Re: Future plans of FSP
« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2016, 10:54:45 pm »

Hello, as a 19 year old about to begin attending college, it is simply an economic impossibility for me to move at this point or in the near future. I was just wondering if the FSP will still be accepting new movers in around 5 years time? Or will I miss the party, so to speak?

I would not think of this as a "one shot" proposition......YES, we are going to get to work and work to increase freedom and liberty, but this is a never-ending work that will continue for generations.....so while we would love you here NOW, another 5 or even 10 years from now would be good too because we will need the fresh energy, ideas and vitality.....

But I concur with many of the others when they suggest that moving here at 19 might be easier since you might have fewer roots or golden handcuffs holding you back.....but have no fear, the movement will be here and will welcome you when you DO come to NH!

-Quentin
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Re: Future plans of FSP
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2016, 06:36:16 pm »

moving at 19 is easier than later

but ridley is right ... if you come 10 years from now we will have rolled up the red carpet :)
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