Documentary Casting Call

This was recently posted on the Free Keene Forum, and I thought it deserved a wider audience. Clearly, Tom doesn’t have a complete grasp on where liberty lovers who move to Keene are coming from on the issues (immigration is a good thing and I doubt many of us would consider ourselves ‘tea partiers’ or part of the ‘patriot movement’), but regardless, if you have moved to Keene as part of the FSP or will be moving, please consider this:

Hello Everyone,

My name is Tom Davis and I am casting for a one-hour documentary that will air on MTV. The show is about people who have a strong feeling that the US government is going in the wrong direction.

The show will feature the points-of-view of three young like-minded people who express doubt about the direction the government is going. There will be no narration.

Casting Call:

Age Range: Teens though early 30’s. Male and Female applicants welcome.

Are you one of a growing number of Americans that feels the government is not just on the wrong track but completely out of control and out too control most aspects of our lives? Do you feel threatened or angry at big government bailouts, healthcare reform, a sinking economy, and illegal immigration? Do you firmly believe that the government is actively working to replace the power of the people?

For this episode we are looking for young individuals who are actively taking measures to challenge this direction. Whether that be taking action by forming a new political party (such as the Tea Party), joining the Patriot Movement or looking to create their own unique society.

We want to hear from you. Please send us a description of your views and a sense of what your daily life involves and how you are taking action for change. We require a photo and location as part of the casting call. Serious individuals only please.

Ideally, we would like to follow a prospective participant through making the move to Keene and / or someone who is ingrained in the movement and working towards getting the word out to the masses.

Please write ‘Free Keene’ and “YOUR NAME” in the email subject line and send correspondence to: casting@lintonmedia.com

Serious inquires only please.

Now you can subscribe to Free Keene via email!

Don't miss a single post!


130 Comments

  1. Ok,

    I'm putting my two cents here.

    I vote for Ian,Sam I would say mark but seems like they want people like 30 or younger.

    I guess thats it Ian or sam

  2. He can come to Oklahoma and film us down here.

  3. Will you be pantsed?

  4. A casting call for a documentary? Sounds like a mockumentary to me. A real documentary doesn't need a 'casting call'.

  5. Nyah Nyah Nyah, etc.

    go lay down

  6. First – you think that those that aren't on board with your very strange version of what "freedom and prosperity" is, have to leave. Never mind that the people who want to work against freedom & prosperity are the ones you love so much to defend.

    Now you think that you get to say what a real documentary is and what one isn't. I do believe that you have some serious hypocrisy and control freak issues you need to resolve before you or your absurdly stupid opinions are to be taken even with an iota of seriousness anywhere in the known universe.

    You have too much time to waste and obviously benefit from the system as it is. Methinks that thou art a cop.

  7. one who got stuck behind a desk for being too fat or rubbing up on teenage girls or something…

  8. Viper, would I be correct in saying that your vision for the free state would be one in which the U.S. dollar no longer exists?

  9. Ngdgt, would I be correct in saying that you're setting some sort of faintly remembered troll-trap that I don't have time to be mixed up in?

  10. "Not Dark Yet" is James Callaway, owner of Brewbakers.

  11. "Ngdgt, would I be correct in saying that you’re setting some sort of faintly remembered troll-trap that I don’t have time to be mixed up in?"

    Just a yes or no would have been fine, but I see you're lacking the confidence that you'd need in your convictions to answer with a firm yes. (or no)

  12. No, actually, I'm lacking the time to argue with a dunce over an impossibility. The end of the dollar will be the end of the American Empire. The rantings of ignorant aggressors like yourself will see to that.

    Let me be clear. The government will collapse because the dollar collapses, NOT the other way around. It makes your question stupid, thereby informing me that I'm walking into another of your circular tart-trains of language.

    I'm not in the mood, sorry

  13. I know as well as you do Viper, that you are not waiting for the dollar to collapse, and hence the government.

    You were trying to replace the government with 'competing private firms'. so in your vision, the dollar would disappear because the government got replaced, not the other way around. Seriously, stop lying ok. You're not fooling anyone.

    I'm just building my dream-team for this documentary, being against the whole 'free-state' project nonsense my dream team for this documentary would be made of the 3 who would do it the most harm.

    So I'm thinking

    1) Meg, she'll get caught in a new lie every 10 minutes of airtime
    2) Viper, joined up without realizing the dollar would be gone
    3) Sam, loses his temper every 30 seconds

    tkok would be a good candidate if he speaks even remotely similar to the way he types.

  14. @ Ian,

    really

    wow.

  15. I know as well as you do Viper, that you are not waiting for the dollar to collapse, and hence the government.

    You were trying to replace the government with ‘competing private firms’. so in your vision, the dollar would disappear because the government got replaced, not the other way around. Seriously, stop lying ok. You’re not fooling anyone.

    Sure, that's my vision. What I stated above is reality. My vision would be much less painful for people than reality will be, but you don't care about that, do you?

    Also, I don't want to replace government. i want to eliminate it and let folk govern themselves.

    Got any other bullshit you wanted to get out, or are you done? I am rather busy, but I don't like being called a liar by a prick who doesn't love his neighbors or respect anybody but himself and his 'betters'.

    You're such a tool. I hope for your own sake that you're being paid for this

  16. No, for this particular sake (the documentary), having someone who joined up without even realizing the dollar would be gone is quite damning to the cause. because it gives the impression that free-ststers can't think 2 steps ahead.

    "Also, I don’t want to replace government. i want to eliminate it and let folk govern themselves. "

    How would this self-governance be structured, What do you mean by 'themselves' ? Just curious.

  17. Why would there need to be a specific structure? By themselves, I mean 'themselves'.

    thanks

  18. you mean each person governs himself alone, there would be 0 hierarchy?

  19. And you still continue to reveal confidential information, Ian. You lose an arguement and your true nature comes out. You are a hack and a slimeball. No one will miss you when you slide back under a rock or back to your parents basement, like your buddy Sam.

  20. Is hierachy a prerequisite to society? My answer is no. So no, no hierarchy wanted or needed in my book.

    Do you think hierarchical structure is necessary in order to have society? If so, why?

  21. you're a very angry person, aren't you, not dark yet? Maybe you should calm down, or….

    go lay down

  22. Did Ian enter into a confidentiality agreement with you when you signed up for freeKeene.com? If not, then you're just a whiny blowhard

  23. "go lay down"

    *Go lie down.

  24. You first

  25. Your identity is not confidential – you revealed it when you signed up for an account. Are you afraid to stand behind your words?

    Embarrassed to be an apologist for the violent monopoly? I can't blame you, James. You tried changing your name when you called into my show, but I called you out then, too.

    You are the one defending slimy aggressive violence. As usual, all you really have are personal attacks.

  26. Just helping out your grammatical skills.

    If you're going to try to insult someone, at least try to do it correctly.

  27. I do believe a hierarchy is necessary. Some people just need to be controlled, for example mental patients, kleptomaniacs, pedophiles, sloppy drunks.. the list goes on. Society will be better off IMO when these people are under control. And for there to be any legitimate way to force control upon those that do not wish to be controlled, there has to be a hierarchy.

    How they decide to structure the hierarchy, and who/what gets to be on top are all issues that need to be worked on, but that in no way means there need not be any hierarchy.

  28. "Your identity is not confidential – you revealed it when you signed up for an account. Are you afraid to stand behind your words?"

    When was a name or place of employment required to sign up?

    "Embarrassed to be an apologist for the violent monopoly? I can’t blame you, James. You tried changing your name when you called into my show, but I called you out then, too."

    Ha. Says the man who has been living under a pseudonym for years.

    Since when is wanting to keep your identity private a bad thing? I thought you were all about keeping your private life private, Ian Bernard?

  29. Also, I didn't lose anything to you. I wasn't arguing. You had made the assertion that I consented to taxes. I asked questions regarding the proof of this obligation, which you were unable to answer.

    The best you can do is say I agreed to cover a pro-rated tax bill in order to close the sale. That's as far as I will agree with you. That is not consent to further taxes, as I did not sign an agreement with the "city" or "state". Therefore, I have no obligation beyond the fact that they have men with guns and cages on their side.

  30. "they have men with guns and cages on their side."

    I thought you advocated for the right to own guns, now you're faulting people who utilize that right?

  31. It's not a bad thing to want privacy, Annie. You just have to put effort into it. Ian Freeman is my chosen legal name, not a pseudonym. Ian Bernard is my birth name.

    They call me Ian Freeman in court, but my old name is no secret, and I'm not hiding it from anyone.

  32. I have neither confirmed nor denied who I am. I do not believe I ever put my name on anything to do with this site. I do not see Ian listing anyone else's personal information. He is simply a hack and a slimeball. Freedom will win in the end. Ian is a loser. Stick with him. See how far you get.

  33. I advocate the right to own anything, so long as you don't aggress against peaceful people.

    I fault those who aggress, and I'm pretty sure you know that much about me by now.

  34. "It’s not a bad thing to want privacy, Annie. You just have to put effort into it"

    Oh, so if it's easy for me to find out information about you, it's morally alright for me to reveal it to the world?

    "Ian Freeman is my chosen legal name, not a pseudonym."

    Only as of very recently, as I understand it.

    "They call me Ian Freeman in court, but my old name is no secret, and I’m not hiding it from anyone."

    So? How does that justify you in revealing personal information about other people?

  35. I guess i just don't understand the negative anger.

    peace

    still like the bread tho.

    🙂

  36. Wow, NDY – we finally agree! Freedom WILL win in the end, and clearly I am a loser. I mean, look at this failure of a website and my dismal performance in the radio business. Obviously I have gotten where I am by double crossing, lying, and cheating.

  37. He revealed the information when he signed up for this website. No one forced him to give his email or IP address, which mind you, I have not revealed. I merely identified who he is.

  38. David, I understand the negative anger. James is very invested in his viewpoint about government. He sees me and the other activists here as a threat to the legitimacy of the government. The ideas presented here, in order to accept them as true, he'd have to admit he was wrong for probably his whole life. It's tough for humans to do that, so it's easier to lash out in anger and call people names.

  39. Yeah I always think 'loser' when I think of a guy who built a national radio show and a successful web site with just an idea and perseverance.

    Jealous much?

  40. "He revealed the information when he signed up for this website.No one forced him to give his email or IP address, which mind you, I have not revealed. I merely identified who he is."

    You didn't answer my question. Does signing up for this website make it morally ok for you to reveal personal information to the general public which he obviously had no intention of doing?

  41. "It’s tough for humans to do that, so it’s easier to lash out in anger and call people names."

    yeah, because no 'liberty activists' ever lash out in anger, or call names.

  42. I didn't claim that, Holy. Everyone makes mistakes and should be forgiven. James just keeps making them.

  43. I didn't reveal anything except my conclusion about who he is.

    While I have no obligation not to reveal his email or IP, I have not revealed it, so his privacy is protected. Only his identity has been alleged.

    After all, I could be wrong about who he is. Maybe it's you, Holy, and you just used Dad's email to sign up for another account.

  44. Though you don't tend to call people names, so it's a safe bet it's him, but it could be anyone. Maybe someone else at Brewbakers?

  45. You still didn't answer my question, Ian.

    Is it morally right for you to reveal information about people who clearly have no intention of revealing it for themselves?

  46. maybe Lpviper and canoli should lay/lie down to gather. 😛

  47. "so his privacy is protected. Only his identity has been alleged."

    Ha, please. Like revealing someone's name and/or location doesn't compromise his or her privacy.

  48. James doesn't need to be jealous – he is successful in his own right. He owns a very popular coffeehouse.

    James is not jealous, he's just angry. He's like a conservative masquerading as a liberal coffeeshop owner – he's angry at the prospect that things could change here in Keene. I am a visible component of that change, so he attacks me personally with insults, as supporting the violent monopoly is a morally indefensible position to take.

  49. "supporting the violent monopoly is a morally indefensible position to take."

    Please answer my question about morality, Ian, since you seem to claim to be so well-versed on it.

  50. david in keene on Thu, 6th Jan 2011 4:02 pm

    ——————————————————————————–

    maybe Lpviper and canoli should lay/lie down to gather.

    ————————————————————

    I am married, so I conclude that we definitely should not. Why, is she hott?

Care to comment?