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Our own private NH Club for Growth

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  • Tim Condon
    Hey Gang. Here s an idea. Christmas is coming up. We all gets lots of junk we don t want and don t need, right? What if you just told everyone Look, I ve got
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 21, 2009
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      Hey Gang. Here's an idea. Christmas is coming up. We all gets lots of junk
      we don't want and don't need, right? What if you just told everyone "Look,
      I've got all I need. If you insist on spending some money on me, just give
      cash." See, I've been thinking lately (always a bad idea).... How about a
      group of us---no more than 10 or 15, I'd say---pledge, each of us, to put
      aside $1,000 by the end of the year. Stash the $1K in a separate bank
      account, or under a cushon or mattress, or wherever you like. Then, over the
      year...well, think about this....
      Have you ever thought "Damn, I'd really like to help that
      (candidate)(organization)(movement)(gathering)(cause)(individual), but I
      just don't have the cash. I mean...I could send them $10, but that would be
      a pittance, and really wouldn't make any difference at all." And so you
      don't do anything.

      But wait! If there were 10 (or 15) of us, solidly pledged to pitch in, say,
      $10 each---for a total of $100 (or $150)---for whatever or whoever we wanted
      to help over the year...we could do that 100 times! Or we could each throw
      in $100, for a total of Big Money $1,000 (or $1,500) TEN times a year.
      Whatever. Either way, we could make it an excuse to get together (either in
      person or on the Internet), and choose people and movements to help. Perhaps
      make it so that any one of the 10 (or 15) of us could "blackball" any
      suggested donation (which would only mean you could give your own money, but
      the group wouldn't all pitch in together on that particular cause); thus,
      only if all 10 or 15 of us said "heck yeah!" would a deserving candidate or
      cause get a nice little chunk of money. It would be fun. We could drink beer
      while deciding who to help and who to blackball! New Hampshire causes and
      candidates only, of course. Get together to drink beer and mull over causes
      and candidates only in New Hampshire of course. But...what do you think?

      Who'd like to do it? I'm in if at least nine others are. Who's in with me?
      Email me.

      Timothy Condon, Esq.
      12 Liberty Lane, Grafton, NH 03240
      207-956-9041
      Office: 307 S. Fielding Ave., Suite #2
      Tampa, Florida 33606
      813-251-2626 Fax 813-200-3395
      Email: tim@...

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    • Tim Condon
      LOL Dante. The best stupid hobby is advancing common sense (i.e. libertarian-leaning) conservatives in their campaigns against vicious, parasitic socialists
      Message 2 of 6 , Oct 21, 2009
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        LOL Dante. The best stupid hobby is advancing common sense (i.e.
        libertarian-leaning) conservatives in their campaigns against vicious,
        parasitic socialists and other statists. But that's just me.... :--)
        ---Tim


        On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 10:22 PM, Dante <throc@...> wrote:

        > I would gladly play your game, but since I had no plans of buying you
        > anything to begin with, can I just keep the money for my stupid hobbies?
        >
        > Dante the Scrooge.
        >
        >
        >
        > *From:* fspcondon@... [mailto:fspcondon@...] *On Behalf Of *Tim
        > Condon
        > *Sent:* Wednesday, October 21, 2009 8:39 AM
        > *To:* RLCNH; FS FSP
        > *Subject:* Our own private NH Club for Growth
        >
        >
        >
        > Hey Gang. Here's an idea. Christmas is coming up. We all gets lots of junk
        > we don't want and don't need, right? What if you just told everyone "Look,
        > I've got all I need. If you insist on spending some money on me, just give
        > cash." See, I've been thinking lately (always a bad idea).... How about a
        > group of us---no more than 10 or 15, I'd say---pledge, each of us, to put
        > aside $1,000 by the end of the year. Stash the $1K in a separate bank
        > account, or under a cushon or mattress, or wherever you like. Then, over the
        > year...well, think about this....
        >
        >
        >
        > Have you ever thought "Damn, I'd really like to help that
        > (candidate)(organization)(movement)(gathering)(cause)(individual), but I
        > just don't have the cash. I mean...I could send them $10, but that would be
        > a pittance, and really wouldn't make any difference at all." And so you
        > don't do anything.
        >
        >
        >
        > But wait! If there were 10 (or 15) of us, solidly pledged to pitch in, say,
        > $10 each---for a total of $100 (or $150)---for whatever or whoever we wanted
        > to help over the year...we could do that 100 times! Or we could each throw
        > in $100, for a total of Big Money $1,000 (or $1,500) TEN times a year.
        > Whatever. Either way, we could make it an excuse to get together (either in
        > person or on the Internet), and choose people and movements to help. Perhaps
        > make it so that any one of the 10 (or 15) of us could "blackball" any
        > suggested donation (which would only mean you could give your own money, but
        > the group wouldn't all pitch in together on that particular cause); thus,
        > only if all 10 or 15 of us said "heck yeah!" would a deserving candidate or
        > cause get a nice little chunk of money. It would be fun. We could drink beer
        > while deciding who to help and who to blackball! New Hampshire causes and
        > candidates only, of course. Get together to drink beer and mull over causes
        > and candidates only in New Hampshire of course. But...what do you think?
        >
        >
        >
        > Who'd like to do it? I'm in if at least nine others are. Who's in with me?
        > Email me.
        >
        >
        >
        > Timothy Condon, Esq.
        >
        > 12 Liberty Lane, Grafton, NH 03240
        >
        > 207-956-9041
        >
        > Office: 307 S. Fielding Ave., Suite #2
        >
        > Tampa, Florida 33606
        >
        > 813-251-2626 Fax 813-200-3395
        >
        > Email: tim@...
        >
        >
        >
        > NOTE: The contents of this e-mail and attachments are intended solely for
        > the addressee(s) and may contain confidential and/or legally privileged
        > information. If you are not the intended recipient of this message or if
        > this message has been addressed to you in error, please immediately alert
        > the sender by reply e-mail and delete this message and any attachments. If
        > you are not the intended recipient, you are notified that any use,
        > dissemination, distribution, copying, or storage of this message is
        > prohibited.
        >


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      • GaryT
        A question: Does the FreeState Project have any kind of dating service, like eharmony or OKcupid? Part of my plan to move to Manchester (is that the right
        Message 3 of 6 , Oct 23, 2009
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          A question:

          Does the FreeState Project have any kind of dating service, like eharmony or OKcupid?

          Part of my plan to move to Manchester (is that the right place to go for effective participation in the FSP?) is to buy a house, and maybe start a new family.
          A dating service, or whatever it would be called, would be a pretty neat thing. I findi it almost impossible to find potential mates that are of the libertarian ilk, and that are adventerous enough to be activist in it.

          Gary T




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        • Chris Lawless
          There is no FSP dating service that I am aware of. I know of   3 FSPers who married other FSPers and at least 2 more FSPers who married NH natives that think
          Message 4 of 6 , Oct 25, 2009
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            There is no FSP dating service that I am aware of.

            I know of   3 FSPers who married other FSPers and at least 2 more FSPers who married NH natives that think the same way.

            Any city/town you move to has places for activism... it depends on what you want to get involved with.

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            I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!

            --- On Fri, 10/23/09, GaryT <garyonthenet@...> wrote:

            From: GaryT <garyonthenet@...>
            Subject: Re: [FSP] Re: Our own private NH Club for Growth
            To: freestateproject@yahoogroups.com
            Date: Friday, October 23, 2009, 4:14 AM






             





            A question:



            Does the FreeState Project have any kind of dating service, like eharmony or OKcupid?



            Part of my plan to move to Manchester (is that the right place to go for effective participation in the FSP?) is to buy a house, and maybe start a new family.

            A dating service, or whatever it would be called, would be a pretty neat thing. I findi it almost impossible to find potential mates that are of the libertarian ilk, and that are adventerous enough to be activist in it.



            Gary T



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          • lrdan4th@aol.com
            I have stopped fooling around with women so as to give you younger guys a shot at the few libertarian chicks that are here. ... From: Chris Lawless
            Message 5 of 6 , Oct 26, 2009
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              I have stopped 'fooling around' with women so as to give you younger guys a shot at the few libertarian chicks that are here.





              -----Original Message-----
              From: Chris Lawless <dreepa@...>
              To: freestateproject@yahoogroups.com
              Sent: Sun, Oct 25, 2009 7:53 pm
              Subject: Re: [FSP] Re: Our own private NH Club for Growth

























              There is no FSP dating service that I am aware of.



              I know of 3 FSPers who married other FSPers and at least 2 more FSPers who married NH natives that think the same way.



              Any city/town you move to has places for activism... it depends on what you want to get involved with.



              ****************************************



              I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!



              --- On Fri, 10/23/09, GaryT <garyonthenet@...> wrote:



              From: GaryT <garyonthenet@...>

              Subject: Re: [FSP] Re: Our own private NH Club for Growth

              To: freestateproject@yahoogroups.com

              Date: Friday, October 23, 2009, 4:14 AM







              A question:



              Does the FreeState Project have any kind of dating service, like eharmony or OKcupid?



              Part of my plan to move to Manchester (is that the right place to go for effective participation in the FSP?) is to buy a house, and maybe start a new family.



              A dating service, or whatever it would be called, would be a pretty neat thing. I findi it almost impossible to find potential mates that are of the libertarian ilk, and that are adventerous enough to be activist in it.



              Gary T



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            • GaryT
              I guess vaguely implied in my message, was the idea that if there wasn t such a service, perhaps someone ought to start one? ... From: Chris Lawless To:
              Message 6 of 6 , Oct 26, 2009
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                I guess vaguely implied in my message, was the idea that if there wasn't such a service, perhaps someone ought to start one?

                ----- Original Message -----
                From: Chris Lawless
                To: freestateproject@yahoogroups.com
                Sent: Sunday, October 25, 2009 7:53 PM
                Subject: Re: [FSP] Re: Our own private NH Club for Growth


                There is no FSP dating service that I am aware of.

                I know of 3 FSPers who married other FSPers and at least 2 more FSPers who married NH natives that think the same way.

                Any city/town you move to has places for activism... it depends on what you want to get involved with.

                ****************************************

                I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!

                --- On Fri, 10/23/09, GaryT <garyonthenet@...> wrote:

                From: GaryT <garyonthenet@...>
                Subject: Re: [FSP] Re: Our own private NH Club for Growth
                To: freestateproject@yahoogroups.com
                Date: Friday, October 23, 2009, 4:14 AM



                A question:

                Does the FreeState Project have any kind of dating service, like eharmony or OKcupid?

                Part of my plan to move to Manchester (is that the right place to go for effective participation in the FSP?) is to buy a house, and maybe start a new family.

                A dating service, or whatever it would be called, would be a pretty neat thing. I findi it almost impossible to find potential mates that are of the libertarian ilk, and that are adventerous enough to be activist in it.

                Gary T

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