You’ll never know who you’ll come across just by chance at Porcfest. I had a conversation with a Virginian who went to Keene and got himself a physical copy of the Shire Society Declaration. Hey, any piece of parchment paper is just as good as another, right? But in all seriousness, the government’s use of fancy pieces of paper with words on them, is part of their game to get the people to see their organization as acceptable. The Shire Society can beat them at their game.
You can’t say too much about cryptocurrency. Yes, I’ve got more cryptocurrency content. Dogecoin was heavily promoted. This video proves it:
There were multiple Bitcoin ATMs at Porcfest. Thanks to Lamassu. I didn’t need any Bitcoin, but I threw a 5 dollar bill in there just for the experience. It felt good when I was done.
We took a group photo on Saturday. Presumably, the goal was to assemble as many people together on to the field and photograph them to show a how much Porcfest has grown. Now you can’t herd cats, and some attendees weren’t there on Saturday, so in this year’s and every year’s photo you only see a portion of the people who went to Porcfest.
Speaking of herding cats, Vermin Supreme came to the group photo with a megaphone. It seems that he has sympathies with some of the goals of the Free State Project, and would like very much to grace us with his presence. He called on the crowd to chant: “I say ‘Zombie’ and you say ‘Power!'”, “I say ‘Mandatory’ and you say ‘Toothbrushing!'” They gladly complied. Me too. Mandatory toothbrushing was one of his campaign talking points in 2012, when he ran for the Democratic presidential nomination.