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Do feel free to e-mail me. My address is firstname.lastname@example.org. You might like to read How Not To E-Mail Me before you compose your message, though. If you're interested in sending me something to review, check out this page.
And if you haven't read and been bored by this page already, please read on.
You don't even have to sign up for a PayPal account to donate; in many countries, PayPal will let you make one-off payments via credit card or bank transfer:
It's also easy to sign up for a PayPal account, and not risky, either, as long as you use a good password and don't leave large amounts of money in the account. And it's handy, too; PayPal has been scientifically proven to greatly enhance the ease with which you can purchase useless bric-a-brac on eBay.
If you've already got a PayPal account, you can just Send Money to Jeffrey.Wilson@murraystate.edu
It's free to sign up - they charge your credit card one US dollar (or some similar amount in another currency, if you don't set up a US dollar balance as your default) as part of the validation process, but you get that amount as your starting balance.
How much do I want from you? Anything'll do. I suggest a mere one US dollar, but if you bought a hundred Berkshire Hathaway shares in 1977 and haven't sold them yet, be my guest and give me a bit more. The first guy to drop something in my hat gave me $30.00. You don't want to look cheaper than that.
Why am I doing this, because I want to live a good life and live the American Dream? there must be
Anyhow, if that's the kind of e-mail you were thinking of sending me, and if you've got a spare dollar, pound, Deutschemark, Pa'anga or other currency of unit value roughly approximating that of a cup of coffee:
The Fine Print
It's free to send money via PayPal. If you donate $25, for instance, exactly $25 is what PayPal will take out of your account.
But, again, you'll pay nothing more than the amount of your donation, whatever it is. Which is likely to be a small price to pay to have the chance to just give me money as if I were some kind of common panhandler. It costs a lot more to demean most peopleontent