Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 11:09:17 -0800
To: fishbreath@somewhere.net
From: ef
Subject: Re: i need some help
Reply-To: fishbreath@somewhere.net

 

From: Canela

I don't ever have much money, but I will give what I can. I mean: if a little bit really does help, cuz a little bit is all I ever have, and giving means less. Giving just a tiny bit, I mean. But you didn't say how to do that, e. And I wanna help you help them.

thanks, canela.

and canela, i too only have a little bit. but all the little bits i manage to gather gathers into a bit that's a little bit bigger.

so i really really appreciate all little bits. no matter what size of a bit it is.

tell me the bit, and then hang on to it for now. on wednesday i will know what happens. and then what i will do is to gather all the little bits together, and then either wire it there (to probably zoli's name) and then he will try to rent them a place with it. wiring stuff only takes an hour... on the other hand, if i do a bank transfer it takes 4 days, i mean i can put it into the account where the food money goes. but then the reverend noemi has to be the one to withdraw it. so i'll take zoli's lead on this. as to the wisest course of action.

probably what i will do is say, you can afford 5 bucks or something. i will then, when i know, put that in on your behalf, into the bitbucket, haha. and when i send the bitbucket, i'll put it on my credit card. and then you can send me your bit and i'll pay it back to the creditcard. this is how we did the Geek Rescue. worked real good.

i am thinking, wiring. since this is a one-time thing... (the food thing is ongoing but we have that covered). but we cannot afford to keep renting them the place, this will be a jumpstart only, hopefully enough for 2 months. zoli says he will make an effort to help mihaly find a job so after that he can keep it up himself. cause i know it is not good to get people dependent on you... one has to try to help in a way that allows people to help themselves.

-e

 

 

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