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Episode 128 - The Road to Hell (Good Intentions)

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Sat, 2014-08-30 17:10 +0000

w/Lauren and Britt

Are environmentalists thinly veiled eugenicists?
Who let the dogs on this lifeboat?
Agenda 21 is coming.
Organic, natural, carbon footprints
Nature's rights and the Ecuadorian Constitution
Child pornography and our boobs
Quimming vs. Cumming

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 127 - Trust Farting Unicorns

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Thu, 2014-08-21 21:20 +0000

w/Lauren and Poezebel

Trust, a confident expectation
Bitcoin, trust and anonymity
"Do what we say and no one will get hurt."
Secrets in a stateless society
Antigone's embarrassing dolls

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 126 - Anxiety and Tension (Robin Williams Is Dead!)

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Thu, 2014-08-14 19:20 +0000

w/Lauren and Matt

Tension vs. Anxiety
"Smile, asshole-face!"
Matt's Racist Face
Tense Silence
Maslow was an Anarchist
Too Anxious to Dine Alone

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 125 - Asexuals and Other Deviants

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Sun, 2014-08-10 23:00 +0000


Birthday Reunion
Kellie is not asexual; Janeane Garafalo is.
IOIs: Indicators of Interest
Sexy Parabolas
SLA Ahead of the Curve
Asexuals and cats

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 124 - I Prefer Not To

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Thu, 2014-07-31 00:45 +0000

w/Lauren and first-time guest Poezebel

Passive Aggressive Behavior in the DSM3
7 Reasons Why
Is passive-aggressive behavior more common in women because outward aggression is against cultural norms?
Tardiness as control
DEFOOing as passive-aggressive
The State

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 123 - Lovey Dovey

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Fri, 2014-07-25 02:45 +0000

w/Lauren and Brittany

Love definitions
Unconditional love (unhealthy love?)
MGTOWs - What are they?
Giving up on love, reaction to feminism
Love/partnership being the ultimate human experience, building each other up
A certain resentment with Objectivists/libertarians that love is not logical
I ain't saying she's a gold digger
Feminism and hypergamy

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 122 - High Tech Flirts and Fails

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Fri, 2014-07-18 02:30 +0000

w/Lauren and Brittany

Antigone on Tinder
Facebook and FetLife
Flirting fail stories
Changing attitudes towards online dating
Break-Up Boxes
Drunk Facebook chats
Conflicted listener calls in!
Caller protocol reviewed

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 121 - Breaking Up Is Easy To Do

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Thu, 2014-07-10 05:30 +0000

w/Matt and Cecelia

The Free Divorce Project
Redefining the Friend Zone
Dating and Social Media
Sex in Cars
Breaking up with friends
The Creepertarian Panel at PorcFest
Bad Break Up Stories
Matt & Antigone's Teenage Son

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 120 - Consumerism, The Band-Aid For Trauma

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Fri, 2014-07-04 03:45 +0000

Jostling Amusement Park Rides
Henry Ford and Slavery
Betty Crocker Cake Mix
Crystal Pepsi
Women as the Super-Majority Marketing Targets
Insanity/Masturbation link in Fiction

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 119 - Turduken (Porcfest Week)

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Wed, 2014-06-25 17:35 +0000

Carlos Morales of Truth Over Comfort Podcast joins Antigone and Lauren to discuss the human turducken, abortion and eugenics. Boy, government sure does kill a lot of people.

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 118 - Prisons

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Fri, 2014-06-20 17:35 +0000

w/Matt and Theresa

Join us to talk about U.S. prisons. How people (particularly women) get there, and what this system does to American society. We also talk about Orange is the New Black. Only mild spoilers.

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 117 - Spontaneity

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Sun, 2014-06-15 20:00 +0000

w/Matt and Theresa with a super special guests!

Greek philosophers: 0, Urban Dictionary: 1
Spontaneity, socio-economic status, and depression
Getting too old for spontaneity
Homelessness and off-the-grid living
Spontaneous sex is illegal
Spontaneous sex and porn
Spoiler alert - Next week, we're discussing Orange is the New Black

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Episode 116 - Entitlement

Sex, Lies, and Anarchy - Fri, 2014-06-06 00:45 +0000

w/Matt and Cecelia

Louis CK - Everything is Amazing and Nobody's Happy
Stem cells, chips in brains, and other technologies
Happiness, a goal or a natural state?
Can corporations and the media manufacture desires?
Nice guys, creeps and sexual tension in friendships
Free Will is Antigone's religion

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

US Census worker spying on people living in Manchester

Free Manch - Mon, 2014-04-07 11:42 +0000

On Sunday April 6th, 2014 a US census worker approached the Rebel Love studios in Manchester NH.  She appeared at the door in order to gather information for the United States government on intimate details about the people that allegedly live at this location.  The following video is the interaction between myself and the agent of the state.

Watch this video on YouTube.

Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

New Show out of Manchester

Free Manch - Sat, 2014-03-29 01:03 +0000

Watch this video on YouTube.

This April the Rebel Love Show launches with myself and Free Manch blogger Joel Valenzuela.

The goal of this show is to convey what is going on in the Free State from a Manchester perspective.  The format will be a friendly casual manner with guests from the community on weekly. Our objective is to highlight what an amazing community and free society we are building together in New Hampshire.  Hopefully, this show will inspire others to follow our foot steps and make the move as soon as possible.

The Rebel Love Show is a once a week broadcast every Wednesday night at 9 pm EST this April.  The show will be available on YouTube and as a podcast.   Stay tuned to for future content.

Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

Minimum Wage is Too Damn High

Free Manch - Thu, 2014-03-27 02:18 +0000

On Tuesday March 25th, 2014, five activists from Manchester including myself and Free Manch blogger Joel Valenzuela drove to Nashua New Hampshire to protest the rally to raise minimum wage.  According to the Nashua Telegraph, Vice President Joe Biden was to be speaking at the event.  Unfortunately, Joe Biden did not show.  However, neither did anyone else.  The crowd consisted mostly of activists from Manchester, a friend of the Free State Project (who none of us had ever met), and the local media. The most interesting part of the event was how the “show” went on.  There was no real reason to do a political presentation to just protesters, yet they did it anyways.  The Union Leader interviewed us and mentioned the protest in their article.

Watch this video on YouTube.

Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

What happens when you exercise your rights at the Manchester airport

Free Manch - Fri, 2014-03-21 19:05 +0000

I’m always excited to read the latest edition of News. Yesterday morning, a few friends and I thought the passengers might enjoy reading the message of liberty after their complimentary molestation, so we went to the airport to hand out some papers.

John Adams, Facilities Director at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, did not like the fact that I was handing out free newspapers to passengers. I handed out about five newspapers when Mr. Adams approached me with three cops following behind him. He was very rude, told me that I had to get a permit, stand in one of the two designated soliciting areas (at either outside end of the terminal), and stop handing out material. When asked if I could talk to other people in the public areas, I was told “no,” and the conversation was over. He refused to answer my questions, and refused to talk with me for the remainder of my visit. Hey, I figured he really must be some big-shot if he can override the Constitution.  What authority does this man have that he thinks he can control individuals with his voice? That’s right … “Facilities Director.”

Apparently, the debate wasn’t over. My first act of defiance toward this petty tyrant was to simply to start waving and wishing passengers a safe flight. Hmmm, nothing happened. Maybe this dog was more bark than bite.

After establishing that the airport was public property, yet being told several times that I was not free to be free — end of story — I started asking what would happened if I continued on my heinous crime spree. The debate wasn’t over and finally when asked I was told “If you interfere with the flow of passengers, you’ll be arrested.” SWEET!!! Back to passing out newspapers!

Credit where credit is due, Mr. Adams directs a lovely building. He was even kind enough to provide police escorts for us, the rest of our time in the building. The officers following us around told us they were instructed to follow my every move because I was also exercising my Second Amendment right by carrying a rifle. They seemed to be the only ones alarmed. A lady even came up to me laughing while saying, “You know you are in New Hampshire.”

While I walked around the airport, I wondered: how much taxpayer money goes to Mr. Adams? How can someone in charge of such an operation be totally unaware of the Constitution? It’s really not that hard to figure out. Individuals have a right to assemble and express themselves on public property. That’s it. Mr. Adams was very upset that his words and policies could not stop people determined to exercise their rights.

What happens when you exercise your rights at the Manchester airport? They order you to stop, they harass you, they intimidate you, and they follow you around. Since it’s obvious people are so confused it’s important to stand up and clear things up a bit. Yes, I like the Manchester Airport. I think I’ll go back.

In Liberty,

Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

Open Carry and Free Speech Activism at the Manchester Airport

Free Manch - Fri, 2014-03-21 07:26 +0000

On the morning of March 20th, 2014, Joe “Liberty Carrots,” Nemi Jones, Riaz Kahan and I went to the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to support the First and Second Amendments to the United States Constitution.  Joe was the creative star of this activism effort, stopped multiple times by airport security and threatened with arrest for handing out free copies of the monthly liberty newspaper FPPNews from Free Press Publications.

No airport security agents or police questioned the fact that Joe was open-carrying a rifle. They did, however, take great issue with our exercise of free speech and expression:

Watch this video on YouTube.

Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

Critical Mass

Free Manch - Sat, 2014-03-15 01:04 +0000

If there’s one thing the liberty movement at large needs, it’s critical mass. Enough people in one place to actually accomplish something. The Free State Project was founded for precisely that purpose: to bring a critical mass of liberty-loving activists to New Hampshire so that we may have liberty in our lifetime.

Well, if you’ve been around Manchester lately, it’s beginning to look an awful lot like critical mass.

We’ve got a large activism center, the Quill, which is frequented at all hours of the day and night. We’ve got Area 23, an event and classroom space, in constant use throughout the week hosting events and classes on everything from ballroom dancing to home brewing to self-defense.

And don’t even get me started on the Bitcoin community here. Manchester’s Bitcoin meetup has outgrown the biggest establishments in town. The community is big enough, in fact, that I managed to live for a week off of only Bitcoin, while barely trying.

With the right idea and the right motivation, great things can happen. All we need is critical mass. In this area, Manchester is definitely leading the way.

Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

Temporary Time-Off

Meg McLain - Thu, 2013-12-19 02:05 +0000

I have had to take some time off from my activism (and to a lesser extent, my graphic design work) to care for my elderly grandfather.  I hope to return to full time activism and design freelancing eventually; however, my family is my primary focus at this point in time.  While I appreciate those who have contacted me with various projects, I am just not in the position to put my full focus on my work at this time, which isn’t fair to those looking for quality work.  My apologies to anyone who feels they have been overlooked.  I hope I can respond to everyone, but please do not take it personally

Hope I can return soon!

Categories: Blogs, New Hampshire

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