Like What You've Seen?
From the hundreds of
testimonials I've received, and
the many emails of gratitude sent on a weekly basis, I know
this site is serving a purpose in explaining some of the
shenanigans going on in our world.
If you've been enlightened by what you've
seen, please would you consider making a donation?
* Here's why you should:
Typically people prefer a fair "give
and take" in their relationships. Thus, if someone helps
you too much, you may feel indebted to that person. Such a
feeling of indebtedness is clearly uncomfortable. I've
poured my heart and soul into creating this site, and since
I'd hate to be responsible for making you uncomfortable, the
easiest solution is for you to give a large donation, in
direct proportion to your discomfort;
The site costs on average $1,200 per year
to keep running, including sending the free email
newsletter. The detestable adverts you see cover an
infinitesimally tiny proportion of the costs, the rest of
which comes out of my dwindling reserves. When that's
gone, the site goes. Imagine how guilty you'd feel if
you were the last person to ever read the insights presented
here - you'd be responsible for censoring something you know
should be shared;
More than one hundred years ago, in 1869,
Swetchine said, “We are rich only through what we
give, and poor only through what we refuse.” So it's
perfectly correct to reason that you will only be as wealthy
as you're prepared to donate, and if you refuse to donate
you will become poor. Let's avoid this unhappy outcome
by simply sending a donation today!
* The reasons presented for you to consider donating are
obviously tongue-in-cheek, whereas the need is a very real
one. I hope you'll take my attempt at easing the
embarrassment of having to ask for money in the light-hearted
manner it was intended.
Now send me your money!
(I've left the amount field blank on the following screen, but
may I suggest an amount of $15?)
"A hundred times every
day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depend on the
labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert
myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received
and am still receiving. "
"The value of a man
resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of
receiving." - Albert Einstein