He literally had a ceiling fall on him.
Eric’s fine, but he and his wife have to move out again while they fix the problem, and there are health issues involved, and… you know. It’s been a week/year/decade. He’s a good dude and writer (his book just came out!): I can happily vouch for his character.
Uncle Hugo’s was the iconic genre bookstore in Minneapolis that rioters destroyed a couple of weeks ago; this GoFundMe was first created by a fan, and was transferred over to store owner Don Blyly later on. It’s legit, and while the contents of the bookstore hopefully might almost be covered by insurance, the building’s a different matter entirely. Hence, the GoFundMe; and I tossed in.
…his wife’s car got totaled, and money’s tight for them. I threw in some, but if you were inclined to toss money my way in the near future I’d take it as a personal kindness if you tossed it theirs instead. This ain’t a really great economic time for folks right now, not that I’m telling any of you stuff that you don’t already know.
Plan your fundraising activities accordingly, because while GoFundMe might want you to give them some of your filthy conservative money, they certainly don’t want you doing anything that would hurt the Left. By the way: I’m not surprised that this happened. I’m actually a little surprised that the corporation lasted this long:
GoFundMe’s old policy on crowdfunding may not have been enough to justify its decision last weekend to kill campaigns on behalf of a Christian-owned florist and bakery — but its new policy is.
The website quietly expanded its list of banned crowdfunding activities this week shortly after The Washington Times questioned GoFundMe’s reliance on its policy against campaigns in defense of “formal charges of heinous crimes” to pull fundraisers for Arlene’s Flowers and for Sweet Cakes by Melissa.
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