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To: SirFishalot
I donated 1 cent to them, on that site, using a creditcard. The transaction processing cost for them should be about 35 cents netting them a 34 cent loss for my donation. I'm more than willing to help them pick up some more donations like that so I encourage everyone to help with a penny. LOL

What a 'flippin cheapskate you are! I donated .03.

I'm hoping I get on a junk mail mailing list with lots of prepaid mailing envelopes. I have got it down to a science on packing those envelopes with as much scrap paper as possible and sending back...

28 posted on 07/15/2006 4:27:11 AM PDT by Fury
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To: Fury

I like putting about a pound of lead sheeting in the envelope and dropping it in the mail. That has to cost them a nice wad of money. LOL


31 posted on 07/15/2006 4:31:52 AM PDT by SirFishalot
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To: Fury
"I'm hoping I get on a junk mail mailing list with lots of prepaid mailing envelopes. I have got it down to a science on packing those envelopes with as much scrap paper as possible and sending back...

LOL...I am a retired stockbroker. Back in the early '80s, before the regulators made it virtually impossible to make a positive statement about an investment, I acquired new clients through direct mail with postage paid return postcards.

Some unknown person got a cardboard box, filled it with rotten lemons, probably from an orchard here in SoCal, taped my return postcard to the box and took it to the postoffice and mailed it to me.

I forget what it cost me but it was a few dollars...

63 posted on 07/15/2006 7:43:19 AM PDT by Positive (Nothing is sadder than to see a beautiful theory murdered by a gang of brutal facts.)
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