“I pledge by my life and my love of it, that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine.”


Lets see:

I live in Portland Oregon

I am a proud member of the VRWC.

I’ll also add this. Do you remember the old black and white Lone Ranger Show?

I was one of those kids who had the hat, the boots, the toy gun/holster and the family dog who faithfully sat down to watch every time it was on.


18 Responses to “About”

  1. Nati Curutchet said

    I am from Argentina, I am a hippi and I fuck you dirty english speaking pig!!!! Fuck capitalism and the english language!!!

    • naticurutchet said

      PLease cancel those insulting words you put down using m my name.Its not me who write that .Please put those coments out of my sight,I have never write such a coment using bad words-thanks

  2. fritoy said

    Nati Curutchet –
    Thank You for the endorsement.
    At this point in time I have not said one word for or against Hippies.
    Oh and did you realize your isp service provider is from Frisco TX?
    “Fuck capitalism”
    And thanks for sending your money to the USA.

  3. rickyragg said

    I am hippi and i love everybody who pay for mi food and ok me smoke the weed and no make me pay taxes or worry ’bout nothin’


    God, I love blogs. The comments are usually the best part. This guy takes the torta.


  4. Galen said

    Are you at all familiar with the expression “Don’t feel like the Lone Ranger.” which you sound almost like you think you are?

    You are not. I used to watch Mr. Moon, and Mr. Duffy, and Heck Harper, and (from up in Seattle) Wunda Wunda.

    Do you know what I have in mind for your (eternal) future, BOY???

    You know what the C really stands for don’t you? CHOP is what you’ll get, on the BONE (your head).

  5. fritoy said

    Galen: I might be a bit thick headed but do you mind explaining your your last comment?

  6. I want to THANK YOU! Truly Thank you for including my blog “The Alligator” among your Blogroll of Nutroots. I can’t think of a better compliment! Your views are so wildly extreme that you stand to the right of Mussolini- talk about right wing nutbags. I don’t really see any thoughtful analysis of any issue on your blog- just spewing the robotic ramblings of the the radical right. So – AGAIN – THANK YOU!

  7. fritoy said

    Randy Allgaier
    Your welcome and Thank you for the Compliment.

  8. Apologies for the off-topic comment, but how did you get the COBRA blogroll in your sidebar? I tried to join, but I can’t figure out how to add the javascript to my sideber. It doesn’t work in either the blogroll or Text widget. I’m using WordPress, too. (

  9. fritoy said

    I see you now have the blogroll on your site now. Just so you know wordpress doesn’t allow us to use blogrolling (via wordpress support) Use to keep it up to date.

  10. Thanks, Fritoy. (Great blog, BTW!)

  11. Matthew Schottland said

    Dear Antihippies Blog Manager,

    I am writing you in the hopes that you might be able to help me with a research study I am conducting as part of my research training in psychology at New York University. I would be very grateful to you if you could possibly post to your blog the link to a Web survey I am conducting as part of this study. I detail the research question we are trying to address below, but I would first like to assure you up front that this is not to sell anything, make a profit, or promote any sort of political agenda. What we are doing is conducting what we think is rather ground-breaking scientific research in the hopes of better understanding voting behavior from a psychological perspective. The survey we are conducting is not aimed at changing respondents’ opinions in any way, and this study is not being funded by any interest group or any of the candidates – rather, funding comes from a National Science Foundation grant for social psychological research.

    Along with a team of students headed by Professor Yaacov Trope (NYU faculty), I am working on a model that will hopefully help us understand how the information people use to inform their voting behavior changes across space and time. We would like to know if people tend to rely more on information that is general vs. specific, abstract vs. concrete, defining vs. incidental when thinking about voting in a far-off context (e.g., when the date of voting is far into the future, or when the candidate is far away in terms of likelihood of winning), as compared to when thinking about voting in the immediate situation. We predict that people will think about the candidates in a more abstract way when they are far away psychologically, and that incidental details that may be less important to the voter will play a larger role when the candidate is psychologically near (such as when the elections are a few days away). We are also interested in whether or not the various aspects of pe ople’s evaluations of a candidate are more consistent in a psychologically distant context. I would be more than happy to answer any questions about this research or provide references if you are interested in learning more about what we are doing.

    Again, I would immensely appreciate your help with our project. The only thing you would have to do is post the URL in your blog (hopefully in the near future, as we are interested in how people reason about the four candidates, while at least 2 out of 4 are still competing for a party nomination).

    Also, if you are able to post the survey link, I would ask you to please 1) block any comments on the posting of the survey, and 2) not include the research description and hypotheses I provided above (that was meant to help you decide if you wanted to post the survey or not, but it should not be provided on the blog). I realize that this is a bit of a pain, but it is a necessary precaution we have to take, the reasons for which are briefly outlined below.

    Both knowing about the research question and listening to others’ reactions to survey may compromise the quality of the data we collect through your posting. If people know what we are looking for before taking the survey, they might be more likely to respond in a way consistent with our predictions, if only to please the researchers (implicitly). Previous respondents’ reactions to the survey, in the form of posting comments, can also easily affect how new respondents approach the survey. This effect is very common is psychology research, which is why most researchers do not describe their predictions, or even their topic, in detail to respondents until after they have completed the survey. Thus, we do not want skew our results by letting people read about the survey in advance. Since people can drop out at any time while taking the survey if they don’t like some of its content, this isn’t meant to withhold information but rather to impose a sort of control on the way in whi ch people approach the questions. Once they complete the survey, they can read about what we are doing on the debriefing page at the end.

    I hope that this does not deter you from posting the survey, which should be easy to do and would really help us recruit some politically savvy respondents, which we badly need!

    Here is the link to the survey:

    If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to let me know! I really hope you’ll be able to help, since there is a lot to learn from this research. I’d be happy to contact you later with the results of the study, if you’re interested.

    If you are able to post the link to our survey, please let me know. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Best wishes,

    Matthew Schottland

  12. fritoy said

    2) not include the research description and hypotheses I provided above (that was meant to help you decide if you wanted to post the survey or not, but it should not be provided on the blog)

    Matthew, Then maybe you should have emailed me rather than posting this on the blog.

  13. saig94 said

    Wow, you get alot more nut cases than I. You must be doing something right…

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  15. Jack said

    There is hope

    I moved from PDX back in 2000, and I didn’t realize how bad Portland had gotten, until every year at Christmas…YES…CHRIST-MAS!!!! I looked at the Oregonian and saw the slide__________slipping to the left

    But your blog reminded me that there are pockets here and there. I live in a pocket to the north of the Seattle bubble and south of the Bellingham ( aaghh! makes me shudder)

    I really felt intrigued by the Col. Crockett article

    Keep up the good word,

    I was more the Scooby Doo age….

  16. fritoy said


    Thank you, I’m trying and there are a few conservatives here in Portland. Besides I prefer to think of it as a target rich environment. 🙂

    Also I think I need to update this page.

  17. Vusal said

    Please could you write something why we are against hippies just 3 arguments( It’s for my debate at school dealing with skinheads and hippies)

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