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Author Topic: Keene Full Slate  (Read 1525 times)

Neal Jiutai

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Re: Keene Full Slate
« Reply #15 on: January 17, 2007, 09:00 PM NHFT »

Thanks Ian. ;D

When I was up last year for PorcFest I visited Manchester, Concord, Hanover, Keene, Hampton Beach, Lancaster, and Portsmouth.

Of those Portsmouth and Hanover were my favourites. I loved downtown Portsmouth; it seemed quite lively. The beach wasn't far away either, which is a big draw to a Sarasota native.

Hanover has a big student population, and the possibility of going to graduate school. I'd also have the chance of running into Bill Bryson. (Damn, looks like he's moved back to England.)

I didn't have a chance to explore downtown Keene, other than for getting Chinese takeout. We mostly just hung out at Russell and Kat's place. The city seemed quite nice, but a bit too small for me.

I wasn't sure of the full scope of FreeKeene.com, and I imagined KeeneFullSlate could be a website completely devoted to the candidates and campaign action items. Let me know if you like the idea though.
« Last Edit: January 17, 2007, 09:07 PM NHFT by naconner »
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FTL_Ian

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Re: Keene Full Slate
« Reply #16 on: January 17, 2007, 10:30 PM NHFT »

I didn't have a chance to explore downtown Keene, other than for getting Chinese takeout. We mostly just hung out at Russell and Kat's place. The city seemed quite nice, but a bit too small for me.

What features are you looking for in a city?

Yes it is smaller than some others in NH, but it is growing... consider it a ground floor opportunity!
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Pat McCotter

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Re: Keene Full Slate
« Reply #17 on: January 18, 2007, 09:55 PM NHFT »

I didn't have a chance to explore downtown Keene, other than for getting Chinese takeout. We mostly just hung out at Russell and Kat's place. The city seemed quite nice, but a bit too small for me.

What features are you looking for in a city?

Yes it is smaller than some others in NH, but it is growing... consider it a ground floor opportunity!

Gotta kill that growth! This is New Hampshire, y'know! Keep it the way it is!!!!!!!!
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Re: Keene Full Slate
« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2007, 11:40 PM NHFT »

Yup, small is good when trying to change an obnoxious gov't, with all its vested interests.  Truth is I like larger cities as well.   :-X
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