Saturday, July 22, 2006

A Generous Guest

I've got good news, and bad news:

First, I want to thank the person who used the donate button. Although the sum was small, it was something they didn't have to do and I appreciate the use of the tip jar.

Here's where it gets funny. The amount was 25 cents. Here's what I learned as a result:
  • The donate button works
  • Paypal charges 1.9-2.9% + 30 cents for each donation.
So the real question is, does that donation mean I owe paypay a nickel?

Thanks again, anonymous donor. And fuck you, paypal, for shamelessly raiding children's piggy bank.


Jon Blake said...

Good point!

yellowdog granny said...

i would dontate sweety, but im so poor i cant even pay attention...


Gabriela said...

That was entertaining. I don't know how the donation button works, but at least it works.
Thanks for your comment on my blog.


allan said...

The question is, did they know it would cost you 5 cents when they donated?

Kinda like leaving a penny tip to insult a slow waitress.

Nah, I guess not.

Sara said...

yah but who else can you download money too? other banks can't do what paypal does

yah I like my tips, but no matter the amount a tip is a tip so smile and ask if we want fries with that :)

Bill said...

Thanks for your comment, I just moved the 1st of the month from West Yarmouth on Cape Cod to Waltham and I had not been to Revere Beach for quite some time about 25 yrs. I was really suprised when I saw all the sand sculptors and very glad I had my camera with me. I see your blog when I am surfing blod mad and blog explosion and check it out all the time I think it is very good reading. Keep it going Thanks again Bill

Ellie said...

you can donate on my site if you feel like really being in the hole to the susan g komen foundation!