No more gifts: Keith Henson
From: Keith Henson <email@example.com>
Date: 12 Jul 2000 01:25:26 GMT
My bankruptcy lawyer says the cult got an order that I have to
keep a log of every gift I get and turn it over to the cult.
So, while I *really* apprecitate the support you folks have
been providing, please don't send any more. I will return any
which are in the mail (and I can figure out how to return them).
We might be able to figure some way around this requirement,
but for now, please send what you would have to me to the LMT.
From: ptsc <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11 Jul 2000 18:39:26 -0700
Keith Henson wrote:
> We might be able to figure some way around this requirement,
> but for now, please send what you would have to me to the LMT.
Simple. Start a religion.
Does this sound like a joke? It isn't. Any donations to the
religion must be earmarked as only for the purposes of the ministry,
with use for any other purposes, secular or otherwise, to be
strictly forbidden in terms on any checks donated to the religion.
The ministry, of course, is educational in nature. The checks
should not be donated to you, but to the ministry. Of which
you are, indeed, only the servant, and can only obey the
dictates of the parishioners. Volunteer minister Keith
Henson, forbidden even to buy a soda for his own personal
use, ministering for no pay, but of course ministries cost
money, the RevMobile has to stay running, pamphlets have
to be printed, signs as well.
It is purely a matter for solicitors and accountants.
I await your opinion on the religious angle. It might
be tough to make it stick, but boy I bet you can make it
stick. You are currently dealing with high-level memetic
matters which rise above mere secular politics, and
here, brother, we are talking religion.
Rev. Keith Henson, Xenu Ministries, Doctor of Xenology,
Order of the Zen Druid, Tsathogguan Hierophant,
and Meme Wizard, KSC, KoX, SP7.