well I went down to my bank to send some money to this account but they told
me it would cost $50 for the service and I thought this was not a good use
of my funds so can I send you a check? I'll trust you not to buy drugs or
I was sitting at home on t-giving in my house with rooms I rarely even visit
and more food than we will be able to eat in a week and I thought about the
Gabor family and then we had the ritual, what are you thankful for, and my
pc children said they were thankful for mom and dad and chocolate, and I
reciprocated of course. But what about the Gabors? Should I be thankful that
I am not in their situation or thankful that I could if I wanted pay their
rent every month?
This afternoon I bought a book by Derrida about the giving of gifts. It
seems that you can never give without incurring a debt, for the other.
Imagine, I teach a course called "Doing good." Imagine that.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ef <firstname.lastname@example.org> [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 8:00 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: site and account
> oke, i made a site about all this:
> and i also set up a bank account... this is the info for deposits:
> account: 00380 0033782
> code: 00380
> Broadway & Ontario
> Vancouver, B.C.
> the bank address (in case they ask):
> Broadway at Ontario Streeet
> 1 West Broadway
> Vancouver, B.C.
> V5Y 1P1
> the latest i know is that zoli's boss refused to give him the day off
> tomorrow so he can't go to court with them. but he thinks an
> acquaintance of his who lives in vasarhely will go in his stead.
> unfortunately this person is some kind of christian fanatic
> (westminster reformed or something) but according to zoli, except for
> being given to raving about bibles and such he is a good guy.
> i called the family to tell them this. the father was drunk. they are
> petrified that they will get 48 hrs to leave the premises. i told
> them to insist on a 2 week delay for the hearing so we can find them
> a lawyer. i will know tomorrow what happened.
> unfortunately, chances are they will indeed be evicted, a lawyer
> might only gain them some time. but in the meanwhile maybe we can
> find them another place to live. melinda has already applied to the
> city but the waiting list for places to live is 3 years long.
> yesterday, iren, the mother of the family with the phone... they are
> the only ones with such a luxury... had a heart attack and is now in
> the hospital. so now her 18 yr old daughter will go to the hearing in
> her stead. iren's husband is away in hungary, working.
> so we wait. until tomorrow.
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