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*Above all, be sure to '''[[HRWiki:Standards#Be bold, but know when not to be|be bold]]''' and have fun!
*Above all, be sure to '''[[HRWiki:Standards#Be bold, but know when not to be|be bold]]''' and have fun!
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== Just joined, contributed a few bucks to the cause... ==
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Well, I've read this site off and on over the last year or so, and this week I finally made myself an account and added a couple of edits... then I saw the fundraising drive and dug into my (virtual) pocket and decided I could spare $5 or so. After all, I haven't contributed to Public Radio yet this year, or to Wikipedia... and I feel the charity itch. Though it's not really 'charity', is it, since we're definitely benefiting, from the entertainment and sense of community of the site...
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Anyway, I feel better having given something, even if it's not much (it's about equivalent to what I make, after taxes, in half an hour of working at my job). But i guess every little bit counts.

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The information above is provided as a service upon registration. Once you have checked out all the links, please feel free to delete it.

Just joined, contributed a few bucks to the cause...

Well, I've read this site off and on over the last year or so, and this week I finally made myself an account and added a couple of edits... then I saw the fundraising drive and dug into my (virtual) pocket and decided I could spare $5 or so. After all, I haven't contributed to Public Radio yet this year, or to Wikipedia... and I feel the charity itch. Though it's not really 'charity', is it, since we're definitely benefiting, from the entertainment and sense of community of the site...

Anyway, I feel better having given something, even if it's not much (it's about equivalent to what I make, after taxes, in half an hour of working at my job). But i guess every little bit counts.

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