Hai Loxodont (< what does it 'mean'?)
thank you very much for that first welcome to me here ! (and a E-guitar-friend too, like me)
My experience with giving a bit of money to people who do good things, or in special
privacy-related uses (with 'free sender data') in letters are OK - no disappointments so far
(even to other countries, in letters that look nice or funny, but not 'interesting' for ...).
To look at donation infos was one of the first acts, when we discovered Pale Moon (for W7/64)
a few years ago.
> The first time we could use our lovely little 'Lanova' (S205 dual 1,65gHz) for watching YT.
1080er videos without 80-95% CPU (FireFuzz) but with only ~50-65% 'thru' Pale Moon! <
Some years later (last year? - not sure) a colourful letter with colourful content made a big
(means 'great') man in scandinavia smile a little.
Our eMail-provider 'OWNBAY.NET' (a cool privacy-tipp) - where we did our registration here
- got his 15,- for one year from a friends bankaccount - but we had the choice to send a letter
to Malta (on our own risk, that's clear). We prefer to loose 20,30 or 50,- EUR, better than breaking
our 'standards' related to 'blacklisted companies'... (our virtual blacklist in brain & ! heart).
So that is the background, which - I hope - makes clear, why/that we do not pay anything with PP. !
Metre Lefebvre answered our mail, asking for a maybe possible donating by sending money in a
letter, that it would be 'impossible' (don't remember his words exactly) because of something
strange about irish tax (system?) and so on ... (we thought, it could be easy to send it to france)
- maybe a diplomatic way to say '...thank you, but for only 50,- we will not show any adress
(of noone ? we asked for 'someone' to receive it ).
You see, there have been enough related thoughts and happenings, before writing these words
you answered so friendly and helpful - Thank You.
Do you play guitar, _is_that_You_ ?!? - or are you 'just a fan' of what I see on your avatar ?
(if it's too much here, please tell me, or shift this somewhere, if it'll go on ...)