I'm amazed and humbled by the way you guys have pitched in to help support TR since our call for donations this past week. We're building up a pretty nice war chest between Amazon and Paypal, and we've sold quite a few shirts and mugs, too. Thanks a million to each of you who contributed. Please let me know if you gave $15 or more and you still don't have access to our contributors-only forum, The Smoky Back Room, where we are currently discussing all manner of secretive, enthralling topics about which the rest of the world can only dream.
I should clarify a couple of things, because even though I tried to make things crystal clear the first time around, some folks seem to be fretting. Here's the deal:
Finally, in case you were wondering, it's probably best to donate with PayPal if you don't mind using them, since Amazon holds back a bit more of a fee for its service.
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