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Vancouver at capacity

September 12, 2008 by

We are so sorry that we can’t accept any more registrations this weekend’s conference in Vancouver here. It’s full.


John Delano September 13, 2008 at 3:38 am

Maybe you should have more of these conferences in other cities. How about the Chicago area for the next one?

Do you have to have a corporate sponsor to hold an event outside of Auburn or Houston? Or is that just an added bonus for the institute on this one?

Matt Stiles September 13, 2008 at 11:53 am

Huge disappointment! I had to wait until the last minute to make sure there was not going to be a conflict on my schedule. Now I’m shut out.

Looking at the bright side, there are more liberty minded Austrians in Vancouver than I was aware!

Maybe there’s hope for humanity after all! ;-)

DixieFlatline September 13, 2008 at 7:37 pm

I had hoped to go to this, sadly I couldn’t arrange it from the East Coast.

I wish that these conferences were recorded and uploaded to the web.

Hopefully the next time is on my side of the country.

John Delano September 14, 2008 at 12:53 am

DixieFlatline, aren’t these events typically recorded and uploaded eventually?

Matt Stiles, I have thought that setting up Austrian economics Meetup groups would be a good idea. You could then meet all those people living near you that you didn’t know existed. I don’t know how much interest there would be in something like this. There has been one recently started in the Chicago area.

Jay Jardine September 14, 2008 at 9:48 am

Great conference, very topical remarks by all in the wake of Fannie/Freddie socialization errr, conservatorzation. Hope to see MI north of the border again, although it must be a hassle lugging “Enemy of the State” merchandise past the customs goons.

And Matt, there’s a surprising number of Austrian/liberty fans out here in Van!

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