Welcome Dianne. Have you decided on a place to live yet? If not, are you coming to Porc Fest 2005 this July? I have a tent space you are more than welcome toMessage 1 of 4 , Jan 25, 2005View SourceWelcome Dianne.
Have you decided on a place to live yet? If not, are you coming to
Porc Fest 2005 this July? I have a tent space you are more than
welcome to share the space with m if you wish to come. There will be
tours of different towns and cities during the PorcFest you might want
to take part in.
On Tue, 25 Jan 2005 10:54:51 -0000, Dianne Lynn <mistrsshadow@...> wrote:
> I'm Dianne from Salt Lake City,Utah. 0r as we sometimes call it,
> Mormonville, USA.
> I'm hoping to move to New Hampshire ASAP, but, as I'm sure is the
> case with many, employment is an issue. Transitioning to my chosen
> gender, has cost me most of my past life, and this will really be
> starting over for me.
> I also moderate A transgender support group, on Yahoo with 1200
> members, please feel free to join, it's open to all, GLBT and
> straight alike. Our mission statement is on our homepage.
> Be blessed and be free,
> Dianne Stoltz
> Yahoo! Groups Links
"The State is said by some to be a necessary evil; it must be made
unnecessary." -Benjamin R. Tucker, "Liberty's Declaration of Purpose"
"Even if we are all doomed to live under the state, it doesn't follow
that there is, or even can be, such a thing as a good state." - Joseph
Sobran, "The State: Evil and Idol"
Jim C. Perry
Want to restore constitutional liberty?
"...Liberty does not require a majority to prevail, but a rather
irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds."
-- Samuel Adams
Constitutional Scholar, Michael Badnarik: Lighting the fires of
Liberty, one heart at a time!
Sign up for his course today @ www.ConstitutionPreservation.org
Dear Jim, Thank you for your wonderful offer. The decision to attend would be solely based on financial aspects. There is not lack of desire to attend, that sMessage 1 of 4 , Jan 25, 2005View Source
Thank you for your wonderful offer. The decision to attend would be solely based on financial aspects.
There is not lack of desire to attend, that's for sure! Sounds like a great vacation away from the Utah heat.
Do You Yahoo!?
Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
Hi there - I m a new FSPer in Beaverton, OR (suburb of Portland). I just joined the FSP and have no idea as to a potential move date. I just moved back homeMessage 1 of 4 , May 31, 2005View SourceHi there - I'm a new FSPer in Beaverton, OR (suburb of Portland). I
just joined the FSP and have no idea as to a potential move date. I
just moved back home to OR last year after a few years in TX, so any
move is still going to be at least a couple years off. Anyhow, I'm
hoping to visit NH in the summer of '06. I just started a thread on
the FSP message board about gay/lesbian acceptance in NH, so if
has any insights on the matter, please feel free to reply there.