[Coco] Router Outage

Ward Griffiths wdg3rd at comcast.net
Tue Sep 6 11:32:31 EDT 2005

On 09/06/2005 01:52 pm, Ray Watts wrote:
> Hey, Ward,
> Where in New Ham(p)ster are you planning to move ... and ... what kind
> of restaurant are you planning to open?  Maybe I can talk Dave & Susan
> Poitris into meeting me there as four of your first customers.

Presently considering Tilton if I can find a good site.  (Wanted Laconia, my 
mother's home town for a dozen generations and where I lived in my teens, but 
it's really too far from I-93).  The specialty will be chili and the sundry 
side dishes that go with it.  There is no chili fit to eat in the whole state 
or those on any side of it.  (Either it's "mildly seasoned" and/or it 
contains beans and usually ground meat).  My market tests with a hundred or 
so attendees at the Porcupine Freedom Festival some weeks back imply I can 
make a profit, both from locals and libertarian immigrants.  Proposed name of 
the place is simply "Fire!".
Ward Griffiths    wdg3rd at comcast.net

Let's get real. According to the CBO's report, in the current fiscal 
year the U.S. government is gorging on some $2,142 billion of revenues, 
consisting of taxes, fees, charges, fines, and other species of 
extractions from the people's purses. This sum works out to 
approximately $7,500 for every man, woman, and child resident in this 
country, or $30,000 for a family of four average persons. Perhaps some 
of those people feel they are getting benefits worth at least this much. 
I myself don't have that feeling.   --  Robert Higgs

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