Daily Archives: May 12, 2017

Thank You Very Much for the Donations!

Note to the readers of this blog.

Robert has done a great job on the Delphi murders. I just read posts by John and Brenda that support the current theory. Robert’s theory is based on information/rumor from Delphi locals. I assume John and Brenda are also local to the area.

Thanks, Robert, for all you have done to explore this crime. The blog has been fascinating from the very beginning.

Everyone reading this should consider sending Robert their appreciation by donating to his blog through the link he provided. I think he asks his regular commentators for a minimum of $10. If you click on ‘contact’ at the top of the page, that will take you to a page where you click on the word ‘contribution’.

Or just go to the top of blog, and click Contribute, which will take you here.

And actually I request $10 minimum from all regular commenters. But Delphi commenters are exempt from this as I am getting so much new traffic from those posts and I do not wish to scare commenters away. A lot of people give more than $10 and some even contribute regularly, nearly every month, often $40-50.

Thank you very much, Mer! You all can rest assured that you are not making me rich or lining the pockets of some rich guy. I just repaired my car today with much-needed repairs. The bill was $553, and I was only able to pay it due to the recent donations that came in, which totaled $710! The rest mostly went to pay this month’s bills.

Thank you so much everyone!

You all really are hiring me when you contribute.

If you enjoy the hard work that goes into this website, please consider a contribution to support the continuation of the site. Donations are the only thing that keep the site operating.

 

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A Word or Two on “Begging” or “Handouts”

You all really are hiring me when you contribute. It’s like hiring and electrician or a plumber to come work on your house. You are hiring me to write about this case. If I was rich, I might not ask for a dime, but I’m low income and right now this is my only income source. You all are paying my salary to work on this case. And now you have paid for 2 weeks work at a 9-5 job. And I have to put in the time seeing as you all are hiring me.

I get really tired of being told that I am begging here. A beggar sits there with his hand out and asks for money. On the contrary, I am a worker! This stuff is hard work and I put in many hours on this case and other stuff regarding the site. Even when I have women over visiting me, I have to go work on the site when I am supposed to be vacationing with her. They don’t like that too much, but it goes to show you that this is a job that I need to work on most every day, including Saturdays and Sundays. And when I go fly somewhere to stay with some woman for a couple of weeks, I actually continue to work on the site when I am staying with her.

I am asking to be compensated for my labor. All workers ask this. A plumber asks to be compensated for his labor time, as does an attorney, physician or even dishwasher. I am no different from any of them. This is real work, and it’s actually harder than a lot of regular jobs people get paid to do.

According to the beggar theory, I suppose attorneys, physicians, dishwashers, plumbers and electricians are all beggars looking for handouts when they ask to be compensated for their labor time! It’s a pretty unbelievable way to think. Why work for free? You know anyone who works for free? Next time you see a physician, attorney, plumber, electrician, or even dishwasher, why don’t you ask them why they don’t work for free? I dare you to get in their face and accusing them of begging or asking for handouts by the fact that they request to be compensated for their labor.

If you enjoy the hard work that goes into this website, please consider a contribution to support the continuation of the site. Donations are the only thing that keep the site operating.

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