More importantly, this event is a fundraiser for Ross Ulbricht. He’s been accused of running the Silk Road black market website, and he needs your help to avoid life in prison. Whether or not you attend the party, you can give to Ross’ legal campaign here.
If you don’t have your Keenvention badge with you, please have at least $10 (or BTC) to donate to Ross at the door of HALLOWKEENE to get entry to the party. See you on Saturday, 11/1 from 9p-Mid. Boo!
Shire Sharing was founded in 2011 by Free State Project early mover Amanda Bouldin. She and other activists come together to feed hundreds of families on Thanksgiving each year. First they raise thousands of dollars, then put together bags full of food that are customized to the dietary needs or the receiving family, and finally deliver them in time for Thanksgiving!
AKPF #1, a series that began bringing the internet to the television over one year ago, celebrates this week its revolutionary anniversary episode. With DPRK fireworks erupting over opening credits, the scene unfolds from the People’s BBQ in Central Square, which was enjoyed on Friday, March 9 between five and seven pm. With approximately thirty tacos distributed to the people, a strictly regimented battalion of STOP FREE KEENE!!! silent protesters picketed the barbecue, facing traffic at the head of the grassy roundabout. What occurs is street preaching, sociological analyses, and fetishistic disavowal. Following the feature, we cut to two days prior, as local business Phat Stuff is pillaged by the Drug Enforcement Agency operating at the behest of the federal department of justice. Be sure to stay tuned until the show’s conclusion for a brief Obamacoin presentation.
A couple of weeks ago, Free Talk Live host Mark Edge pledged to donate $10 to St. Jude Children’s Hospital for every signer of the Free State Project received by the end of April. I pledged to match his $10, as did FTL listener Michael January. The FSP racked up 52 signers in the timeframe, so now over $1,500 is being donated to St Jude! Thanks to everyone who signed up for the FSP – see you in NH!