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Boston T. Party's revamped website, new novel

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Molon Labe, Jan 25, 2004.

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  1. Molon Labe

    Molon Labe Member

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  2. Jeff Thomas

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    I've met "Boston", and he is a very decent guy. Looking forward to his book ... thanks for the heads up.

    Regards from TX
     
  3. Wildalaska

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    Yeah just love that book on how we dont have to apy taxes :rolleyes:

    WildguesseveryonesentitledtowritestuffAlaska
     
  4. seeker_two

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    Yep...

    seeker even people who don't use the spacebar and misspell "pay" two

    ;)
     
  5. Travis McGee

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    I know his new book is about a "Wyoming Free State Project" that goes up against the fedgov, but are there any excerpts from it posted on the web? I'd like to read a little bit of it before I send my $$.
     
  6. Griff

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    Thanks for the linkage; bought a book.
     
  7. Jay Kominek

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    The end of Boston's Gun Bible has a couple of pages from Molon Labe. Nothing I found particularly compelling. I ordered it because all his other stuff is just so good.

    The first Free State Project website also had some more excerpts from his book, but after Boston wrote his first letter about why New Hampshire was a bad choice, the FSP apparently cut out all mention of Boston on their website. Perhaps the excerpts are floating around elsewhere.
     
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    Ah another one joins the imitation is the sincerest form of flattery club

    Wildalsoanothermemberof theifyadontlikethemessageyaattackthemessengerclub?Alaska
     
  9. seeker_two

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    Nope...

    seeker when the opportunity for a little friendly ribbing comes, I can't resist (& I don't care for BTP either) two

    ;)
     
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    2007 UPDATE:

    Free State Wyoming is doing well, with dozens of relocators
    already there, and hundreds more pledged to move. Many
    knots of local FSW friendships have developed, and some
    are active in local politics.

    Our 2007 Jamboree had about 130 attendees who enjoyed three
    shooting ranges and live music of Jaylan Crossland.

    In October I dropped the $25 membership fee, and new FSWers can post
    their Statement of Intent on our forum.

    Molôn Labé!, for all its shortcomings, continues to sell well
    and inspire a Wyoming future in many readers' lives.

    Merry Christmas to all on THR!

    Boston T. Party

    http://www.javelinpress.com (Boston's books)
    http://www.freestatewyoming.org (FSW website)
    http://www.fundamentalsoffreedom.com/fswforum/index.php (FSW forum open to all)
     
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