RE: LPSF Newsletter - December 2018

Aubrey… are a champion.

Thank you so much. We are in good hands with Nick. But looking forward to following our mutual journeys together. I hope to visit one of these days. I signed up for the Free State Project but haven’t been able to figure out a way to do it. Maybe you’ll be the motivation. Sounds like they need help in NH. Smile

Take care and thanks again.

Michael Denny
Libertarian Party of San Francisco<><>

Strongly concur on all points! It was moving and entertaining Aubrey to read your retrospective of highlights and lowlights from your years of San Francisco activism.

  We will continue the fight here, but like Mike it's possible I may wind up in New Hampshire at some point.

Love & Liberty,

((( starchild )))

Hi Starchild, Michael, and All. Thanks for the kind comments. I will let
you know when there is something promising to report from here. So far,
the cold isn't that bad, though you definitely have to dress appropriately
when you're here. They say there are homeless here, but I don't see that
as possible because you would not be able to survive here unless you were
indoors. The lowest it's been so far is 6 (above). Everything is all iced
over now, and I don't see the snow and ice leaving until April. New
Hampshire isn't for everyone!

By the way, when I went in to the B of A to close out my account, the bank
person turned out to be a Free Stater. We had a great conversation! Turns
out there is a lot of liberty stuff going on here, not just the Free State
Project and the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. He brought over a
colleague at the bank, and she turned out to be a Free Stater too!

The Free State Project officially assigned my Mover Number as 1999, so I
guess 18,000 are still coming! I still maintain that snow and ice are
preferable to Communism any day!

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year Aubrey and thank you for all the work you did as Chair of LPSF.

Don’t forget winter began on December 22 so the worst is yet to come. I grew up in Michigan so I know all about life in the deep freeze. I remember there were weeks when the thermometer went below zero. But the weather now is not as cold as it was in the 50’s and 60’s.

Les Mangus