On Sun, 08 Jul 2001 10:14:07 -0400, Ed <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>BTW, it might be a good idea for you guys to give details of
>the best way for people outside of Canada to send money to the defense
>fund. Do Canadian banks accept American checks without taking out a
The banks charge very little for exchange, and money goes about 1.5 times as far here. Money Orders and checks to: Temple of At'L'An Refugee Committee
2237 Munns Ave
L6H 3M9 These will clear the bank in 10 days. Personal cheques will clear in 41 days. Or the fastest method is to use p*a*y*p*a*l ( without the asterisks of course) The Temple of At'L'An p*a*y*p*a*l account is: email@example.com Alternately, you can use my personal paypal account, firstname.lastname@example.org Money sent there will be reported to the bankruptcy court, but not who sent it. Arel is picking up my mail, so checks, money orders or cash sent to Arel Lucas
Palo Alto, CA 94306 will also reach me. Most, but not everything of interest gets posted to the net. I have been thinking about a private email list for anyone who has donated to me at any time in the past. I don't know for sure I will have time to do a lot with this list, but if you have donated (honor system, I don't keep track of who did for good reason!) send a note to me, email@example.com with the subject Donor. Put in a little about your connections to the critic community and who would vouch for you if you are not well known in the critic community. I don't believe this list can be obtained legally by the cult since it is in Canada. But the cult may spend the money to get it illegally. I really appreciate the donations. They have made a world of difference. Unfortunately it is hard for me to reg people even when I could make extremely effective use of the money to shorten the time when CoS goes into the ditch and we can go back to whatever we were doing when this soap opera by John Grisham and Gore Vidal (with overtones of Steven King) came into our lives. Keith Henson PS, best, because it is going to be a drawn out fight, is to send a small amount on a regular basis. Extra special thanks for those already doing so.