Adventure at Porcfest XI, Part III

Dogecoin, the cryptocurrency which is a derivative of Litecoin and is based on the internet fade known as "Doge" was accepted at multiple shops at Porcfest.

Dogecoin, the cryptocurrency which is a derivative of Litecoin and is based on the internet fad known as “Doge” was accepted at multiple shops at Porcfest.

A variety of food items were available for Dogecoin, including bacon, burgers, beans, fries, paleo cereal, fruit juices, and pancakes.

In the sky! It's a drone! Don't worry though, we're non-aggressionists. Or libertarians? anti-statists? anarchists? kindergartenists? voluntaryists? what? But anyway, whatever, point is- it's not weaponized.

In the sky! It’s a drone! Don’t worry though, we’re non-aggressionists. Or libertarians? anti-statists? anarchists? kindergartenists? voluntaryists? what? But anyway, whatever, point is- it’s not weaponized.

I showed up to the campsite on Saturday night (the 21st) which was technically before PorcFest started, so the food options were low, because most of the people who set up shop for Porcfest did not show up until late Sunday. I intended to spend Bitcoin as much as I could during PorcFest. However, the first place I ate at only took dollars. I got chicken tenders and fries and they were terrible. Good news, is, later on, better food options opened up and the food was good from Sunday evening all the way to the end of the event next Sunday morning.

There were drones, presumably being flown for photography purposes. Which central Free State Project authority managed this? Silly question, Porcfest is full of people acting on their own. Who knows whose drone it was? Who cares? People step up and provide their own ideas and talent; that’s the Porcfest way.

You may be cool and you may be having fun, but you will never be as cool and as fun as someone who is makin' bacon pancakes.

You may be cool and you may be having fun, but you will never be as cool and as fun as someone who is makin’ bacon pancakes.

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  1. […] blog shares a six-part “Adventure at PorcFest XI” series: Part I, II, III, IV, V, […]

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