Porcupine Day 2022 Speeches: Carla Gericke & Jeremy Kauffman

This weekend, the Free State Project celebrated “Porcupine Day”, the annual commemoration of the FSP reaching its goal of 20,000 liberty activists pledged to move to New Hampshire. That goal was reached on February 5th, 2016, making this the sixth annual Porcupine Day. Approximately 140 people packed Murphy’s Taproom in Bedford last night to celebrate and “Queen Quill” Carla Gericke and Odysee co-founder Jeremy Kauffman spoke. Here are both of their speeches:

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14 Comments

  1. Every year it’s the same speakers. They spew the BS freekeeners love to hear. The 20,000 people is such a joke. I know there are people who have signed that “pledge” that will never move to New Hampshire.

    You have absolutely no way of knowing if anyone will be moving to New Hampshire. It’s another scam of freekeene and who ever else is tied in with them.

  2. JJ you sound like a dope

  3. Coughman. Says racist stuff so,and is unrepentant regarding it ., So he should be ousted and that he isn’t doesn’t speak well of the fsp

  4. David Crawford – You are a moronic idiot. Take out that finger you have shoved up your nose.

  5. I know you are, but what am I!!

  6. “I know there are people who have signed that “pledge” that will never move to New Hampshire.”

    That’s quite a outlandish claim there, Jumping Jacks. Do you have any proof? My sources are telling me that while you may well know someone who signed the pledge. that person did already relocate to NH. By the way, my sources are also telling me that your Doctorate Candidacy and your ownership of medical rehab centers is bogus. Say it ain’t so Jacks 🙁

  7. Yeah, his claim is pretty outlandish, lol

    Once you sign, you have no choice but to come out to NH. Otherwise Ron Paul visits you in your sleep and heckles you until you until you buy gold bullion and freeze dried emergency rations.

    I signed in 2011 (I signed few times actually) and I had no choice but to pack up and move. It was rough, I tell you what. Fortunately, with the powers of communism I was able to just move away.

  8. Yeah. I’m totally with ya on this one, Karl.

    Jeepers. It seems so long ago. But I remember way back when – before I was born it turns out – when I signed that “social contract” you libtard weirdos are always yammering about. You know, that thing you’re always holding over my head whenever you spazzes start talking about how I have to do everything you guys say no matter what?

    Anyway, thank goodness I had access to the fine works of Frédéric Bastiat and Murray Rothbard and Ludwig von Mises and stuff to rid me of your guys’ stupid notions, huh Karl?

  9. “I signed in 2011 (I signed few times actually) and I had no choice but to pack up and move. It was rough, I tell you what. Fortunately, with the powers of communism I was able to just move away.”

    A FEW times?! Holy shitballs, you’re living on the edge there my friend. Me, I signed zero. I guess makes you more libertarian than I, eh Marx? 😉

    But tell me something? I thought freedom of movement was a libertarian/human rights thing, not a Marxist/Communist thing? Mind explaining that one to me?

  10. Ya know Intrigare, now that Karl here’s admitted he’ll lie multiple times on a statement of intent, do ya think he’d be willing do the same thing with say election ballots? My bet’s that he would. 😉

  11. For sure, for sure Silvia. Say, I’d bet Nobody’s campaign for governor even owes our him a debt of gratitude. What do you think?

  12. I think Karl’s into kinky stuff and his safe word is “MORE!” Gross, right? 🙂

  13. Apologies if these thoughts are off-topic, but not sure where best to post them, so here goes…

    The new format for posting comments here on Free Keene is nice in that they are now numbered (making it easier to reference particular comments), but not so nice in that they all run together so that it’s hard to quickly look at a page and determine who’s saying what. Especially when people sign comments with sentences and such rather than their names!

    I think there may be some pretty easy fixes though – include a blank line between comments, and have the signer’s name or whatever, and the date, appear in bold. These two changes would make it a lot more readable.

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