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February 2nd, 2009

12:00 am: PIPEHAMMER
Hi Livejournal. It's been a while. So I'm finishing up school in a few months, and still completely and utterly directionless. What next? If any of y'all have any suggestions I'll take them.

Got some new sounds recorded. Have at them and let me know what you think. Tim Kenney & Spencer Neff



September 27th, 2007

09:57 pm: Message from Ron Paul
Frankly, I'm floored. And very, very grateful. Our $500,000 online fundraising goal for the end of the quarter was reached so fast it took my breath away. But we can't stop now. So I am raising the bar to $1 million by midnight, September 30th. I am so grateful for all you have done. Would you help me with this?

Whenever I face a hit piece on tv, or a smear in a newspaper column, I remember my secret weapon: you. In establishment politics, people make campaign contributions because they want something: a contract, a subsidy, a special-interest deal. But the thousands of people who contribute to this campaign want no favors from big government -- which must come at the expense of their fellow citizens, and sometimes our soldiers' lives. They want only what is their God-given, natural, and constitutional right: their freedom.

What a difference from the other campaigns. What a refreshing change from politics as usual. What a sign of the reborn American freedom that can be ours, and our children's, and our grandchildren's.

Aggressive wars, income taxes, national IDs, domestic spying, torture regimes, secret prisons, Federal Reserve manipulation -- we don't have to take it any more.

And the next step to not taking it is that $1 million goal. Please give www.ronpaul2008.com/donate/ as much as you can, before midnight on Sunday, September 30th.

There are two reasons: 1) We need the money. As we move into the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary, then South Carolina, California, Texas, and all the rest, we need your support. We can't duplicate the spending of the big boys, and we don't have to, thanks to the internet and our magnificent army of volunteers.

But we need constant website improvements, phone banks, voter registration and get out the vote efforts, mailings, travel, printings, many small offices, targeted TV and radio ads, legal and accounting help, and 101 other things. And without donors like you, we can't do a darn thing.

2) I want to make the mainstream media sit up and take notice. They did when we beat John McCain for cash-on-hand in the last quarter. This quarter, we can really shock them -- if you help. Our total can show the sort of enthusiasm, organization, and grassroots support that will chill every big-government backer, and warm the heart of every lover of freedom -- and open the eyes of the media.

Please, help me win a victory for liberty with your most generous gift. You and I are engaged in an historic enterprise. It is growing in power and influence by the day and by the hour. But it will stutter to a stop without people like you. I need your help. Our cause needs your help. We can make $1 million. We can win this thing. Please help me do it. See our progress and donate today: www.ronpaul2008.com.

Sincerely,

Ron

November 16th, 2006

04:46 pm: Milton Friedman
Milton Friedman died today, at 94. I learned a lot from that dude. Everybody's dyin'.

http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&q=milton+friedman&btnG=Search+News


In other news, the new Tom Waits is incredible.

Current Music: Tom Waits - Fish in the Jailhouse

September 9th, 2006

11:32 am: Update
I'm a Bostonian and I like it here. I do miss some of you after all.

Matt did it too.Collapse )

April 26th, 2006

01:12 am: BU
I'm going to Boston University.

April 17th, 2006

02:40 pm: Suppose I were to invent a new word, "zaxlebax," and define it as "a metallic sphere, like the Washington Monument." That's the definition — "a metallic sphere, like the Washington Monument." In short, I build my ill-chosen example into the definition. Now some linguistic subgroup might start using the term "zaxlebax" as though it just meant "metallic sphere," or as though it just meant "something of the same kind as the Washington Monument." And that's fine. But my definition incorporates both, and thus conceals the false assumption that the Washington Monument is a metallic sphere; any attempt to use the term "zaxlebax," meaning what I mean by it, involves the user in this false assumption. That's what Rand means by a package-deal term.

Now I think the word "capitalism," if used with the meaning most people give it, is a package-deal term. By "capitalism" most people mean neither the free market simpliciter nor the prevailing neomercantilist system simpliciter. Rather, what most people mean by "capitalism" is this free-market system that currently prevails in the western world. In short, the term "capitalism" as generally used conceals an assumption that the prevailing system is a free market. And since the prevailing system is in fact one of government favoritism toward business, the ordinary use of the term carries with it the assumption that the free market is government favoritism toward business.

And similar considerations apply to the term "socialism." Most people don't mean by "socialism" anything so precise as state ownership of the means of production; instead they really mean something more like "the opposite of capitalism." Then if "capitalism" is a package-deal term, so is "socialism" — it conveys opposition to the free market, and opposition to neomercantilism, as though these were one and the same.


--From Robert Long's Rothbard memorial lecture

March 2nd, 2006

11:54 pm: Harry Browne
Thank you, Harry Browne. For the last four years you helped shape who I've become today, and for the last thirty you contributed as much to America as anyone else I can think of. You will be sorely missed, but liberty lovers will never forget your work and charming presentation.

http://harrybrowne.org/TopicalIndex.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Browne

Current Music: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Shuffle Your Feet

February 6th, 2006

08:05 pm: oops
I just accidentally deleted my whole AIM buddy list. I don't know how. So, if I ever talk to you, please send me a hello so that I can add you again.

January 23rd, 2006

06:41 pm: Joy and the Henry Co. Lumberjacks
A Silent Regret
My Better Side
FlightLine Drive
Fat Aggression
A Bag of Dank


I really need some help getting flyers into LHS. If anybody will volunteer, I'd be mighty appreciative.

January 18th, 2006

12:48 am: Neffer's, Take 7
Spencer Neff and Neffer's presents,
Saturday, January 28
6pm - who cares:

The Henry Co. Lumberjacks
A Silent Regret
Flightline Drive
Midwest Syndicate


Bluegrass, rap, punk, and reggae.
From Illinois straight to fucking Citrus County.
$5/door. Can be applied to bowling lane rental.

Details to follow.

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