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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #150 on: June 03, 2015, 11:51:00 AM »
B.O.T.

And the PayPal pay now button is located where (link?)

Try this: This link should work
I apologise.
And so he should.........

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« Reply #151 on: June 03, 2015, 01:18:48 PM »
NS1, once again you misread!

My bursary idea is no longer needed. I am not like Croesus but I was serious. Now the need has gone away for a while.

But I reckon that the tightarses here would not have been calling upon my aid because doing so would, even if only to me, require admitting to being the skint party. They'd almost certainly prefer to continue to be thought of as selfish tightarses!  :party0031:
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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #152 on: June 04, 2015, 03:00:07 AM »
NS1, once again you misread!

My bursary idea is no longer needed. I am not like Croesus but I was serious. Now the need has gone away for a while.

But I reckon that the tightarses here would not have been calling upon my aid because doing so would, even if only to me, require admitting to being the skint party. They'd almost certainly prefer to continue to be thought of as selfish tightarses!  :party0031:

Once again your self importance and perceived request for help is amazing.
 If you believe so many are cheap and that worried about the state of the site.
Why not just pay what is required to keep the place in the black?
A fellow with your means, could put this to rest and focus on issues to help the site grow and once again become prosperous:)
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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #153 on: June 04, 2015, 04:08:17 AM »
So, if you are not one of the poor folks, put your hand in pocket and hit the PayPal button. The money will still be useful.

Is it self important to offer to help people?
Must be sad in your world.
It'll get lonely again too.

And, yet again, you don't understand what you read.
You really take the biscuit when it not understanding what you are trying to read, don't you.
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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #154 on: June 04, 2015, 08:44:35 AM »
So, if you are not one of the poor folks, put your hand in pocket and hit the PayPal button. The money will still be useful.

Is it self important to offer to help people?
Must be sad in your world.
It'll get lonely again too.

And, yet again, you don't understand what you read.
You really take the biscuit when it not understanding what you are trying to read, don't you.
Andrewfi responds as if yet another poster has reading 'comprehension' issues and merely demonstrates his inability to spot one of the main reasons people are reluctant to pay up.



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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #155 on: June 04, 2015, 09:19:06 AM »
So, if you are not one of the poor folks, put your hand in pocket and hit the PayPal button. The money will still be useful.

Is it self important to offer to help people?
Must be sad in your world.
It'll get lonely again too.

And, yet again, you don't understand what you read.
You really take the biscuit when it not understanding what you are trying to read, don't you.
I believe I am poor compared to you.
Your suggestion is to support any free site that you use and gain information from. For most the is quite a few, for an internet troll like you I am sure its
in the hundreds. I am happy you can afford to support all those sites.
Making people feel guilty often gives the opposite reaction desired,
they don't pay, they leave, that likely doesn't help either.
If Manny gets desperate, I am sure he will let us know :)
I suspect he will still manage the trips to France for his favourite red wine :chuckle:
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« Reply #156 on: June 04, 2015, 11:10:06 AM »
Moby, you don't pay because you can't pay. You can make all the excuses you want but until you can do that which you say you won't nothing changes, you remain a dishonest man.

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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #157 on: June 04, 2015, 11:13:01 AM »
I visit a trade forum, and even though I post very seldom, I pay their upgraded member fee which is something like $25 a year. I like some of what is there, the bloke who owns it keeps spam and crap off the site. I think its a modest donation to help keep what is a very useful site for many going.

And back to here, someone else tipped up $50 last night.
I apologise.
And so he should.........

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« Reply #158 on: June 04, 2015, 11:15:39 AM »

And back to here, someone else tipped up $50 last night.

That's good, glad to hear it!
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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #159 on: June 10, 2015, 03:22:56 PM »
B.O.T.

And the PayPal pay now button is located where (link?)

Try this: This link should work

Seems PayPal link worked...

Michael, your donation is now complete Payment by PayPal

Confirmation number: 7E0287369G636792N. An email with your donation details has been sent to (your email adx) and you can print your donation receipt.
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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #160 on: June 10, 2015, 03:25:54 PM »
I visit a trade forum, and even though I post very seldom, I pay their upgraded member fee which is something like $25 a year. I like some of what is there, the bloke who owns it keeps spam and crap off the site. I think its a modest donation to help keep what is a very useful site for many going.

And back to here, someone else tipped up $50 last night.

Perhaps a link to the trade forum - as you seem to find it useful.

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« Reply #161 on: June 10, 2015, 05:14:18 PM »
 :thumbsup:
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Re: Site Funding. Supporting Members. Q & A.
« Reply #162 on: June 10, 2015, 11:47:44 PM »
Moby, you don't pay because you can't pay. You can make all the excuses you want but until you can do that which you say you won't nothing changes, you remain a dishonest man.

I'm pretty certain I responded to this, already - but here goes again ..


andrewfi,

Do you have access to my bank accounts? Clearly not...

But thanks - once again - for demonstrating why I CHOOSE not to pay while you feel 'safe' to repeat fibs  :chuckle:

THAT is dishonesty ...

For a man who sets such store by words, you have a propensity to shoot yourself in the foot...




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« Reply #163 on: June 11, 2015, 02:19:29 AM »
Alfy,  you can, of course, tell us you choose to not support that which you are an inveterate user of. You can, of course, choose to give any reason that you wish for not supporting that which you are an inveterate user of.

You are,  of course,  unable to demonstrate that anything I have written about your 'choice' is incorrect and absolutely unable to suggest that you are anything other than dishonest. Your diatribe rather tends to support my hypothesis.

I am sure that if you could you would,  you can't so you don't. I don't  mind,  I am happy to not have to walk a mile in your shoes.
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« Reply #164 on: June 11, 2015, 04:43:45 AM »
Alfy,  you can, of course, tell us you choose to not support that which you are an inveterate user of. You can, of course, choose to give any reason that you wish for not supporting that which you are an inveterate user of.

You are,  of course,  unable to demonstrate that anything I have written about your 'choice' is incorrect and absolutely unable to suggest that you are anything other than dishonest. Your diatribe rather tends to support my hypothesis.

I am sure that if you could you would,  you can't so you don't. I don't  mind,  I am happy to not have to walk a mile in your shoes.

That was a long speech to deflect from your assertion that I couldn't afford to pay ..

'Funny' how MY bank cards take me to places - using money I earnt - no 'handouts', inheritances' .. not on credit  .. just the fruits of my endeavours - yet you would continue to suggest 'dishonesty'.. :dh:

Once again  - I choose NOT to pay while folk like you are free to repeat lies, quoting 'reliable sources' .  :chuckle:

Off to get my bank to countersign my bank statements for a Russian Business Visa application..Russian FMS already issued and countersigned the invite...

Why don't you use one of your 'contacts' to ensure it is refused... :chuckle:

PS: They need to see my bank statements over a period of three months to check I can afford to be in Russia and the min balance is - according to Real Russia - 3 k sterling

Hardly a great deal and I WAY exceed that figure

Always glad to demonstrate how daft your assertions are  :chuckle: