Re: [porcfest2007] Re: PF Theme
> HUH? I have to strongly disagree... I've seen little about hippiecommune, and certainly not even Time reported it that way.
Locally, yes. Concord Monitor, NH Sunday News, I forget what other local
ones -- I don't have any clippings. Hmmm, perhaps I should start keeping a
scrapbook, now that you mention it.
> WHAT? As a former NH Info coord, I never once heard that. It's Cold,yes, I need a job, yes... but "It's too hippie"?
I get the "I need a job ones". But, yes, within NH "I don't want them
turning the state into a hippie commune", and out of state "run out the
moonbats", and other folks along those lines, although I forget the exact
quotes. And one memorable one on the F1K feedback list to that effect, that
I won't quote here, lol. I agree with you on the reality, it's just the
misperception and sometimes the misrepresentation.
> Um, is that a yey or nay on the poster idea?It's a nay on the Woodstock parody, I'm sorry, Seth, lol.
If anything, the self-sufficiency makes it more like, uh, that other "thing"
in the desert which shall remain nameless, lol.
- Here's the last post I have on the theme issue. :)
On 1/7/07, Rich Goldman <rich1@...> wrote:
> Okay, I've made a decision. The theme/subtext of PF07 is Discover
> New Freedoms, New Communities, and New Beginnings! . I've refrained
> from using one of the 7 Days lines. That can be decided/used later
> by whomever designs a poster and/or t-shirt.
Andrea L. Roher
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