The new community and the tech driving it #99

The crypto-market went off the deep end, literally. The new community and the tech driving it, where we’re headed with Swarm City and similar technologies. It’s not all clear cut w/ this farmer in CA. Immigrants are coming, thanks to POTUS, but is it really a bad thing?

May 30, 2017 Ep 99 The new community and the tech driving it.

The crypto-market went off the deep end, literally. The new community and the tech driving it, where we’re headed with Swarm City and similar technologies. It’s not all clear cut w/ this farmer in CA. Immigrants are coming, thanks to POTUS, but is it really a bad thing?

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The new community and the tech driving it

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Author: Josh

Building a community, starting in 2020, likely in New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project. Looking for like-minded, non-wackos to join in this freedom endeavor. Not everyone wants to farm and that’s alright, but imagine a nice community without the over bearing role of an HOA where you could live near a working farm and enjoy the atmosphere, but maintain a regular job. That’s what we’re working towards and I’m looking for good people to join me.

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