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Front page...yesterday (11/29)

Postby Daniel Meyer » Wed Nov 30, 2016 4:20 pm

Now would be a good time.

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Re: Front page...yesterday (11/29)

Postby Deckard Canine » Wed Nov 30, 2016 5:45 pm

Wish I'd seen that while it was still Giving Tuesday.
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Re: Front page...yesterday (11/29)

Postby Mr Zero » Wed Nov 30, 2016 6:59 pm

Wasn't RH 'saved' earlier? Or twice? What happened? If he had enough money to get out of trouble, where did it all go? Surely he couldn't have gotten in the same debt situation again? There's probably a saying about not using a bucket after you find out there's a hole in it, but let's here more about if RH can made the pay deadline.
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Re: Front page...yesterday (11/29)

Postby Deckard Canine » Wed Nov 30, 2016 7:50 pm

Mr Zero wrote:Wasn't RH 'saved' earlier? Or twice? What happened? If he had enough money to get out of trouble, where did it all go? Surely he couldn't have gotten in the same debt situation again? There's probably a saying about not using a bucket after you find out there's a hole in it, but let's here more about if RH can made the pay deadline.

It's about monthly bills. He was saved insofar as he got covered for one month.
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Re: Front page...yesterday (11/29)

Postby Wanderer » Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:35 am

Deckard Canine wrote:
Mr Zero wrote:Wasn't RH 'saved' earlier? Or twice? What happened? If he had enough money to get out of trouble, where did it all go? Surely he couldn't have gotten in the same debt situation again? There's probably a saying about not using a bucket after you find out there's a hole in it, but let's here more about if RH can made the pay deadline.

It's about monthly bills. He was saved insofar as he got covered for one month.


Yep. Ralph's finances are, while not entirely dependent on the comics, not very strong at the best of times. I'd help myself if I wasn't still paying on so many bills.
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Re: Front page...yesterday (11/29)

Postby unclemonty » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:59 am

Yep, his power bills are literally horrific. I'd help, but my income is effectively zero. I've told the phone company to discontinue their service to my home, just to save that $50 a month. Things are tough for a lot of people these days.
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Re: Front page...yesterday (11/29)

Postby wolfie_inu » Wed Dec 07, 2016 7:29 am

I finally got my card authorized for online payments, despite the best efforts of a needlessly bitchy consultant at the bank. I think I'll rant about that experience in the appropriate thread.

I honestly don't have material/ideas for a lot of commissions, but failing a stroke of brilliance in the near future, I could always just pay above the recommended rate. Does Ralph still do streams of him completing the commissions, and is there a standard time, or can I ask him to do mine specifically on a Friday so that it doesn't matter if I stay up late to watch it? I always get notified when it's already been over for several hours, and the time-zone thing makes life difficult.
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