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orion

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Moving to NH
« on: August 15, 2009, 09:17 PM NHFT »

I am moving to New Hampshire this month for college and I have two questions:

1. If I am dorming at UNH, does that count as moving for the FreeStateProject?

2. Where are the best techno/trance clubs near Durham, NH?

Your thoughts are appreciated.
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Re: Moving to NH
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2009, 09:23 PM NHFT »

1)  Yes
2)  Boston
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Re: Moving to NH
« Reply #2 on: August 16, 2009, 10:03 AM NHFT »

what do you consider "participating" with the fsp?
do that and you will be as much of a "mover" as anyone else :)

after a while we might have a few at unh
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Re: Moving to NH
« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2009, 07:59 PM NHFT »

1. Yes

2. Forget the clubs.  Go for the underground parties.
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Sam A. Robrin

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Re: Moving to NH
« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2009, 08:29 AM NHFT »

I wrote this to deal with that frequently asked question:

WE'RE ALL FREE STATERS NOW
COPYRIGHT 2009 by Sam A. Robrin or whoever the hell it is who writes these things. Go ahead and use it, but if you make a little money on it, I want some!

We made the move for freedom--
Knew our rights, and guaranteed 'em!
But abnormal psychology
Infects the terminology.

There's a certain group of purists
Acting like voir dire'd jurists,
Clucking tongues and standing firm
When you use a certain term . . .


Activists act like they have an edge
When they've signed up to that Free State pledge;
Then they're thrown for quite a loop
When others classify the group.

Random freedom agitators
Are referred to as Free Staters.
Natives, drifters, all are carryin'
The label of the Free State libertarian.

Carp all you like, Jason, you can't fight it,
Trademark, patent, or copyright it.
We could sort it all out, but I wouldn't know how.
Accept it--we're all Free Staters now!


There are locals, and folks from exotic places,
Painters and poets and video aces,
Stoners and farmers and business types,
Wavers of Gadsden, or stars and stripes,

Anarcho-hyphenates, huggers of trees,
Constitutional devotees--
There are thinkers and doers of every kind,
Regardless of whether they've moved or signed.

Carp all you like, Jason, you can't fight it,
Trademark, patent, or copyright it.
We could sort it all out, but I wouldn't know how.
Accept it--we're all Free Staters now!


Scribes in the print and broadcast news,
Approving or appalled,
Need a convenient tag to use--
So Free Staters is what we're called.


It seems to speak for the grand design
That lots make the move, but wouldn't sign.
Don't dwell too long on what that may prove:
A lot more sign the pledge, but never move.

The ones you can count on to always come through,
Who are mobile, and active, and Do! Do! Do!,
Love freedom's tenets, and see that they're kept
Can come join the effort, however yclept.


Carp all you like, Jason, you can't fight it,
Trademark, patent, or copyright it.
We could sort it all out, but I wouldn't know how.
Accept it--we're all Free Staters now!
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Re: Moving to NH
« Reply #5 on: August 17, 2009, 06:19 PM NHFT »

 ;D 8)
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Re: Moving to NH
« Reply #6 on: August 17, 2009, 06:36 PM NHFT »

If you move as a signed FSP participant than you are a signed FSP participant.  I'm pretty sure that's what you doing.  You won't be the first FSP mover at that school.

Welcome on finally making the move :)
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Re: Moving to NH
« Reply #7 on: August 17, 2009, 07:50 PM NHFT »

Congrats! Or rats doing the conga. Whichever makes your day a little brighter.
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