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If you've contributed to our support — and hundreds of people have — I thank you very much!

If you want to donate, you can do it online via PayPal or Amazon.com's Honor System, or you can send us a check. If you're out of work or money's tight, read for free: I wish you luck.

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What you get: We're not a non-profit, even though we don't expect to make one, so you can't deduct the donation from your taxes. But you will gain our deepest gratitude and the satisfaction that comes from doing a good deed. (Such as that is, of course.) And if we stay alive, you'll get more cool stories. Plus who knows who else?


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