April fundraiser alert: it’s here, it’s near, get used to it! [sticky; new posts below]
Times are tight for all of us, but the truth is, house building and moving doesn’t happen magically. And even if it did, those are skills I possess, having never once communed with the Devil to learn the dark arts.
Well, except for that one time when I was trying to get a date with Jamie Gertz. But hey, I was just a kid — and besides, all I was able to raise was something claiming to be a “demi-demon” who called himself Eddie and was dressed like one of the dudes from Modern English.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give.
Also, been meaning to mention this, but lack of time and focus has let it escape me: both Bill Quick and Doug Ross have new books out. I encourage you to check them out and hopefully support conservative / libertarian authors engaging their creative sides. Bill is already a very accomplished novelist. Doug is an excellent writer, and he’s written a crime novella.
I just hope whoever did it is a sniveling leftist prick. For the justice.
update: just got word that one of my cars has a “major” oil leak. Joy! I’m beginning to think that I’m never going to make it to the new house. The stress is going to get me first.
update 2: Last day of the fundraiser. Unfortunately, I’ll be spending it trying to figure out how I’m to be taxed on baseball card purchases, because now the federal government is all up in PayPal’s ass, too, looking at people’s money movement, which is going to mean I have to separate out and show the provenance of every single PayPal transaction for last year, then give an accounting on the “worth” of my baseball card “inventory” once I’ve separated out all my other, non-card-related purchases.
It’s a fucking nightmare, is what it is. But then, that’s our state of the union, in this, the progressive golden age: GE pays nothing, I get taxed on a profit I made selling a Mike Trout card for $10 more than I bought it for.