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David Neilson has been at 1 events

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Christopher Cantwell35,150At midnight, the United States Federal Government will run out of cash. It's agents have taken to the airwaves to tell us how horrible a place the world will become, without our national parks and other "non-essential" personnel, but we're pretty sure we can do without them. So let's celebrate the beginning of the end, for our enemy, the State! "As politicians and main stream media outlets scramble to convince Americans that the sky is indeed falling, others are making hors d'oeuvres, chilling champagne, and preparing playlists. They plan to party like it's 1776." http://www.christophercantwell.com/2013/09/28/americans-celebrate-possibility-of-government-shutdown/Countdown to a Government Shutdown, Party!2013-10-01 01:00:00154  

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