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Screenshot 2017-04-06 03.27.52I hold three fundraisers per year, and ever since my last one began (which, as you may recall, got kicked off in the early morning hours of November 9, 2016) there has been much discussion in the mainstream media about how to financially stifle dissident voices, such as by intimidating advertisers into dropping them.

Yet, it must be frustrating for the goodthinkers that I’ve been able to scratch out a living for quite a few years from the generosity of my (more or less) satisfied readers.

So, once again I’m turning to you, in this first of three iSteve fundraisers of 2017.

It’s not just that I need the money, which I do, it’s also that I like the money.

Screenshot 2017-04-06 03.00.33Getting paid for writing is encouraging. It makes me want to write more. Blogging is a self-starting business, which might be one reason why practically nobody else is doing it anymore after all these years. If I’m practically the last blogger standing, it’s due to your support, intellectual, moral, and financial.

I want to thank everybody who helped fund last year’s home improvement project.

As you can see, the blue dome makes a very nice addition to my house. I hope you someday have a chance to admire it (from the other side of the moat, of course).

No, actually my new-fangled garage door (with a motor and a remote control and everything) is a big help. Also, I got the house painted for the first time in this century, which the neighbors greatly appreciate. (Me, I’m on the inside looking out, so … meh).

I want to thank everybody who made generous offers of hospitality a few fundraising drives ago in the summer of 2015 when I mentioned how I wanted to travel more. I really do hope to take you up on them someday. It’s just that Events intervened (starting with Ms. Merkel in the late summer of 2015) and I haven’t done much since then except blog.

Screenshot 2017-04-06 03.38.06I did get to San Diego in 2016, though. (The blue dome picture is me lounging on the U. of San Diego’s lovely campus.)

Here’s the somewhat less attractive U. of California San Diego’s brutalist Geisel Library, designed by William Pereira, the prominent SoCal sci-fi architect who did so much to make modern California look like a Planet of the Apes set, and paid for by the fellow with a drawing board in the foreground and his friend in the hat.

Here are seven ways for you to contribute:

First: You can use Paypal (non-tax deductible) by going to the page on my old blog here. Paypal accepts most credit cards. Contributions can be either one-time only, monthly, or annual.

Commenter Lot adds:

For paypal, you can currently avoid all fees on both sides of the transfer by (1) selecting the “friends and family” feature (2) using your bank account rather than credit card.

Second: You can mail a non-tax deductible donation to:

Steve Sailer
P.O Box 4142
Valley Village, CA 91617-0142

Third: You can make a tax deductible contribution via VDARE by clicking here. (Paypal and credit cards accepted, including recurring “subscription” donations.) Note: the VDARE site goes up and down on its own schedule, so if this link stops working, please let me know. Don’t forget to click my name.

Fourth: You can use Bitcoin:

I’m using Coinbase as a sort of Paypal for Bitcoins.

Message to the SPLC intern reading this: The IRS has issued instructions regarding Bitcoins. I’m having Coinbase immediately turn all Bitcoins I receive into U.S. dollars and deposit them in my bank account. At the end of the year, Coinbase will send me a 1099 form for filing my taxes.

So, SPLC intern, tell Heidi she’s out of luck again. And ask her how long until you get paid, what with Morris having piled up a $303 million endowment.

Payments are not tax deductible.

Below are links to two Coinbase pages of mine. This first is if you want to enter a U.S. dollar-denominated amount to pay me.

Pay With Bitcoin (denominated in U.S. Dollars)

This second is if you want to enter a Bitcoin-denominated amount. (Remember one Bitcoin is currently worth many U.S. dollars.)

Pay With Bitcoin (denominated in Bitcoins)

Fifth: if you have a Wells Fargo bank account, you can transfer money to me (with no fees) via Wells Fargo SurePay. Just tell WF SurePay to send the money to my ancient AOL email address steveslrAT aol.com — replace the AT with the usual @). (Non-tax deductible.) There is no 2.9% fee like with Paypal or Google Wallet, so this is good for large contributions.

Sixth: if you have a Chase bank account (or even other bank accounts), you can transfer money to me (with no fees) via Chase QuickPay (FAQ). Just tell Chase QuickPay to send the money to my ancient AOL email address (steveslrATaol.com — replace the AT with the usual @). If Chase asks for the name on my account, it’s StevenSailer with an n at the end of Steven. (Non-tax deductible.) There is no 2.9% fee like with Paypal or Google Wallet, so this is good for large contributions.

Seventh: send money via the Paypal-like Google Wallet to my Gmail address (that’s isteveslrATgmail .com — replace the AT with a @). (Non-tax deductible.)

Here’s the Google Wallet FAQ.

From it: “You will need to have (or sign up for) Google Wallet to send or receive money. If you have ever purchased anything on Google Play, then you most likely already have a Google Wallet. If you do not yet have a Google Wallet, don’t worry, the process is simple: go to wallet.google.com and follow the steps.” You probably already have a Google ID and password, which Google Wallet uses, so signing up Wallet is pretty painless.

You can put money into your Google Wallet Balance from your bank account and send it with no service fee.

Or you can send money via credit card (Visa, MasterCard, AmEx, Discover) with the industry-standard 2.9% fee. (You don’t need to put money into your Google Wallet Balance to do this.)

Google Wallet works from both a website and a smartphone
app (Android and iPhone — the Google Wallet app is currently available only in the U.S., but the Google Wallet website can be used in 160 countries).

Or, once you sign up with Google Wallet, you can simply send money via credit card, bank transfer, or Wallet Balance as an attachment from Google’s free Gmail email service. Here’s how to do it.

(Non-tax deductible.)

Whichever you choose …. Thanks!

Commenter Lot adds:

Google Wallet works with any bank that has a debit card. Perhaps called a cheque card in the UK.

 
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  1. Done. Happy Easter.

    Thank you for writing one good thing after another.

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  2. Dear Steve, I read your blog every day.
    How can I cheaply send you UK money, i.e. pounds without incurring a swinging transaction fee into US dollars from the bank(st)ers

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    • Replies: @dearieme
    Me too; I've read Steve for years.

    Steve, it's time I sent you something but I will not use Paypal. My only non-UK bank account is no help here.

    If enough Britons sent you sterling cheques would it be economical for you to deposit them en masse?

    (My own experience in Britain has been varied: I've deposited cheques in NZ dollars and US dollars at trivial cost but been charged nastily for an Irish cheque in Euros. Happened at different banks though.)

    , @Jim Don Bob
    You might be able to buy a prepaid Visa card denominated in USD and then mail it to Steve. I found some links googling "buy USD visa card in uk"
  3. Your house-painting aside is interesting. Why? Because it’s my theory that it’s a barometer for social cohesion or whatever it’s called when people feel connected to those around them. Here in good-thinker-Europe million dollar plus homes don’t get painted anymore or have much work done like fixing broken gates or weeding. It’s not like they don’t have the money, people are doing very well.

    It’s because all of that is for other people. . You don’t make your little area of the world look presentable because you want to show off. You make that effort out of empathy. Ugliness and decay is aggressive, it makes people who see it feel worse. It’s a middle finger to everybody outside.

    Anyway, you’re the best writer in the world and long may you continue.

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    • Replies: @verylongaccountname
    Very true. One of the most jarring things about moving to Northern California from the East Coast was the poor condition of many of the houses in nice neighborhoods. The least expensive houses in my neighborhood are around 700K (or they were a year ago, not who knows as we seem to be in housing boom 2.0), but you'd think you were in the hood based on their condition. Some people are house poor, but there are an awful lot of houses which are very poorly maintained and which have 100K cars out in front.

    Part of that is the low quality of construction in California in general, but I think you are right that much of it is a consequence of the lack of social cohesion.
  4. I had an argument once with somebody about the building in the picture, and similiar ones like it. He was really into modern architecture and liked it and I said it was part of the Planet of the Apes school of architecture. Glad we think alike! Keep up the great work!

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  5. OT: Proof that French often works better than English on Twitter:

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    • Replies: @helena
    pomme de terre au robe de chambre
    , @Bill Jones
    Only because you avoided the words Jewess and defenestrated. I'm sure other economies are available in the 600,000 words in the 20 volume OED on my bookshelf, but I'm ill, tired and can't be bothered.
    , @Anonym
    We may never know his motives.
    , @theo the kraut
    > “Mardi, une juive défenestrée par son voisin islamiste “
    > = 53 characters

    The sentence is grammatically incomplete, admissible only as headline. Complete:
    “Mardi, une juive a été défenestrée par son voisin islamiste“

    > French is such an elegant language.
    True dat, anyways. Compare to my mother tongue:

    "Am Dienstag wurde eine Jüdin von ihrem islamistischen Nachbarn aus dem Fenster gestürzt"

    ...le sigh. Though with 87 characters not all that bad, for once. Yay for good ol' Indo-European gendered nouns!

    btw, I donated, though it didn't amount to much--next year..

    , @bored identity
    "Voulez-Vous sauter par la fenêtre pour Allah et moi, ce soir?"

    = No Character at All...
  6. Many thanks for all of your work, Steve. You make our days wiser and happier.

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  7. Anonymous says:     Show CommentNext New Comment

    Can you please set up a Patreon?

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    • Replies: @jacobsson
    Would Patreon allow it? Steve is literally Hitler, remember
  8. Setting up a $5 monthly recurring. It’s hard to price content, since the model is to get everything free.

    I read nearly every post. From a personal importance point of view, $100 per month is probably reasonable, but not in the context of pricing online content.

    Other sites that post a lot of content, like Voxday or counter currents, sell books and t-shirts for revenue.

    Steve I think you need to write an ebook. Sell it on Amazon. It need not be long. I bet a lot of people would buy anything you published for $4.99-9.99 on Amazon. If you need editing help I’m sure someone here would do it. How about Sailer inspired t shirts? I’d buy one.

    Maybe reach out to Voxday. I bet he’d publish it and handle the promotion side, which you no doubt dread.

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  9. “Getting paid for writing is encouraging. It makes me want to write more.”

    Kudos, bro’, for speaking truth to, uh, your readers. Back in the Stone Age I did a whole mess of polemical writing and speaking. After a while your internal reserves start running low, and you get tired of working at making people sad, mad, or glad. You need the legitimacy that comes with good financial support. I’ll send something when I can.

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  10. That’s a swanky look, Steve. Are you angling to get invited to the right cocktail parties again?

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  11. @PaulD
    Dear Steve, I read your blog every day.
    How can I cheaply send you UK money, i.e. pounds without incurring a swinging transaction fee into US dollars from the bank(st)ers

    Me too; I’ve read Steve for years.

    Steve, it’s time I sent you something but I will not use Paypal. My only non-UK bank account is no help here.

    If enough Britons sent you sterling cheques would it be economical for you to deposit them en masse?

    (My own experience in Britain has been varied: I’ve deposited cheques in NZ dollars and US dollars at trivial cost but been charged nastily for an Irish cheque in Euros. Happened at different banks though.)

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    • Replies: @Lot
    Google Wallet works with any bank that has a debit card. Perhaps called a cheque card in the UK.

    For paypal, you can currently avoid all fees on both sides of the transfer by (1) selecting the "friends and family" feature (2) using your bank account rather than credit card.
  12. @PaulD
    Dear Steve, I read your blog every day.
    How can I cheaply send you UK money, i.e. pounds without incurring a swinging transaction fee into US dollars from the bank(st)ers

    You might be able to buy a prepaid Visa card denominated in USD and then mail it to Steve. I found some links googling “buy USD visa card in uk”

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  13. “So, once again I’m turning to you, in this first of three iSteve fundraisers of 2017.

    It’s not just that I need the money, which I do, it’s also that I like the money.”

    Very good! As is the rest of this post. I’m going to put it on a slide for my students. It illustrates a basic point of the course: high prices aren’t good because they reward morally good people, they are good because they give incentives to product valuable things. See Gregory Mankiw, “I Can Afford Higher Taxes. But They’ll Make Me Work Less,’’ The New York
    Times, (October 9, 2010) and my explanation of it at http://www.rasmusen.org/g406/chapters/04-government-design.pdf.

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  14. Thanks and apologies for usually commenting while drunk and always commenting while boring.

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  15. @Jim Don Bob
    You might be able to buy a prepaid Visa card denominated in USD and then mail it to Steve. I found some links googling "buy USD visa card in uk"

    Bitcoin.

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  16. “We are survivors, the ones left behind;
    defenders of The Legacy, the last of our kind.”

    Love you Steve, and all my fellow Deplorables here at The Unz Review.

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  17. No thanks. Not until you get a moderating policy that is a bit wider than “doesn’t send me to the fainting couch”.

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    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    Are you saying that Steve doesn't moderate enough? I sure don't see it that way. He has knocked out a couple of mine that I would agree were a tad over the top.

    You don't need an excuse to be a cheap-ass, Hanson.

    , @Olorin
    Damn. And here Steve went and picked up that smashing Gio Ponte with the proceeds of his 2015 bloggerthon.

    http://www.artvalue.com/auctionresult--ponti-gio-1891-1979-italy-an-assymetric-divan-4700010.htm

    I dunno, host. Can't make some people happy.

    So I say keep the Ponte. The actual and verified Last Blogger Standing doesn't use it as much as some claim anyhoo. Plus it works well there in the rotunda of your garage's Blue Dome right next to the cryogenically preserved corpse of Publius.
  18. @Jack Hanson
    No thanks. Not until you get a moderating policy that is a bit wider than "doesn't send me to the fainting couch".

    Are you saying that Steve doesn’t moderate enough? I sure don’t see it that way. He has knocked out a couple of mine that I would agree were a tad over the top.

    You don’t need an excuse to be a cheap-ass, Hanson.

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    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    Nah I'm saying how moderate responses give him the vapors while Tiny Duck talking about blacks raping whites always makes it through.

    Kiss ass more tho
  19. @Cagey Beast
    OT: Proof that French often works better than English on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/PtdArcole/status/849959877627826177

    "Tuesday, a Jewish woman was thrown out her window by her male Islamist neighbour"
    = 80 characters

    "Mardi, une juive défenestrée par son voisin islamiste "

    = 53 characters

    French is such an elegant language. That second phrase required only 53 characters in French but needed 80 in English.

    pomme de terre au robe de chambre

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  20. “how to financially stifle dissident voices, such as by intimidating advertisers into dropping them….”

    If somebody tries this you could consider a lawsuit for tortious interference (interference w/ a business or contractual relationship). Basically your advertisers are none of their business.

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  21. @Jack Hanson
    No thanks. Not until you get a moderating policy that is a bit wider than "doesn't send me to the fainting couch".

    Damn. And here Steve went and picked up that smashing Gio Ponte with the proceeds of his 2015 bloggerthon.

    http://www.artvalue.com/auctionresult–ponti-gio-1891-1979-italy-an-assymetric-divan-4700010.htm

    I dunno, host. Can’t make some people happy.

    So I say keep the Ponte. The actual and verified Last Blogger Standing doesn’t use it as much as some claim anyhoo. Plus it works well there in the rotunda of your garage’s Blue Dome right next to the cryogenically preserved corpse of Publius.

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  22. @kihowi
    Your house-painting aside is interesting. Why? Because it's my theory that it's a barometer for social cohesion or whatever it's called when people feel connected to those around them. Here in good-thinker-Europe million dollar plus homes don't get painted anymore or have much work done like fixing broken gates or weeding. It's not like they don't have the money, people are doing very well.

    It's because all of that is for other people. . You don't make your little area of the world look presentable because you want to show off. You make that effort out of empathy. Ugliness and decay is aggressive, it makes people who see it feel worse. It's a middle finger to everybody outside.

    Anyway, you're the best writer in the world and long may you continue.

    Very true. One of the most jarring things about moving to Northern California from the East Coast was the poor condition of many of the houses in nice neighborhoods. The least expensive houses in my neighborhood are around 700K (or they were a year ago, not who knows as we seem to be in housing boom 2.0), but you’d think you were in the hood based on their condition. Some people are house poor, but there are an awful lot of houses which are very poorly maintained and which have 100K cars out in front.

    Part of that is the low quality of construction in California in general, but I think you are right that much of it is a consequence of the lack of social cohesion.

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  23. Another bloggist who, over about ten years, was able to give up his day job and support his family – wife +2 if I’m not mistaken, is the must read James Corbett.

    https://www.corbettreport.com/

    His pieces on the rise of big oil and China’s part in the new world order should be taught in schools.

    https://www.corbettreport.com/china-and-the-new-world-order-transcript/

    https://www.corbettreport.com/?s=big+oil

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  24. @Cagey Beast
    OT: Proof that French often works better than English on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/PtdArcole/status/849959877627826177

    "Tuesday, a Jewish woman was thrown out her window by her male Islamist neighbour"
    = 80 characters

    "Mardi, une juive défenestrée par son voisin islamiste "

    = 53 characters

    French is such an elegant language. That second phrase required only 53 characters in French but needed 80 in English.

    Only because you avoided the words Jewess and defenestrated. I’m sure other economies are available in the 600,000 words in the 20 volume OED on my bookshelf, but I’m ill, tired and can’t be bothered.

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  25. Your post reminds me that yours is only the second-best blog on the internet.

    Behold:

    http://fuckyeahbrutalism.tumblr.com/

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    • Replies: @Olorin
    Those look like the Golem of Lego ate all the concrete on earth and then drank a tankercarload of castor oil.
    , @Dan Hayes
    O'Really:

    My only close encounter with brutalistic architecture was at the Student Center of the University of Massachusetts. That was more than enough for me!
  26. @Cagey Beast
    OT: Proof that French often works better than English on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/PtdArcole/status/849959877627826177

    "Tuesday, a Jewish woman was thrown out her window by her male Islamist neighbour"
    = 80 characters

    "Mardi, une juive défenestrée par son voisin islamiste "

    = 53 characters

    French is such an elegant language. That second phrase required only 53 characters in French but needed 80 in English.

    We may never know his motives.

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  27. @Achmed E. Newman
    Are you saying that Steve doesn't moderate enough? I sure don't see it that way. He has knocked out a couple of mine that I would agree were a tad over the top.

    You don't need an excuse to be a cheap-ass, Hanson.

    Nah I’m saying how moderate responses give him the vapors while Tiny Duck talking about blacks raping whites always makes it through.

    Kiss ass more tho

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    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    Maybe Tiny Duck is a big donor, like that rich guy donor that told the Sierra Club to never talk about immigration as an environmental problem. Notice that you won't ever, not once, see any posts about ducks on this site. Or, maybe Tiny Duck is the Deep State and has the goods on Steve Sailer for some youthful indiscretions that went on in a duck blind.

    "Truth" on the other hand, is the kind of guy you want to keep on hand, just so every once in a while you can just say to the readers "see, this is what I'm talking about."
    , @bored identity
    What a quackmire!


    Tiny D is Unz's subcontractor; got paid with a bag of feed pelets per troll line.


    "Ok, but what 'bout Jefferson?", you say.

    Arghh, it's complicated.
  28. @O'Really
    Your post reminds me that yours is only the second-best blog on the internet.

    Behold:
    http://fuckyeahbrutalism.tumblr.com/

    Those look like the Golem of Lego ate all the concrete on earth and then drank a tankercarload of castor oil.

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  29. I say “Steve Sailer blogged about …” so often to my wife she started visiting the site as well. Although this morning I went downstairs and talked to her with a depressed tone and she not only said that I shouldn’t visit the site first thing in the morning, but also that I shouldn’t send you money (she had her tongue in her cheek).

    But in truth as much as I love your site and respect you, I think you tend to be a bit defeatist, and coming from pessimist like me that is saying something. But you are are amazing and thank you for all of your hard work. The check (slim though it is) is in the mail.

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    • Replies: @Charles Erwin Wilson

    I think you tend to be a bit defeatist
     
    So the question on the table is: Steve Sailer, are you a defeatist? (BTW if you do not think so, consider that John Derbyshire has great affection for you Steve, and no one can deny that John Derbyshire is a defeatist of the first order. And birds of a feather, etc.)
  30. Hey steve I donated, therefore I DEMAND you do more podcasts/interviews…..that is all….

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  31. How has some rich mf’er not given you like 500K yet? C’mon generous anonymous guy, do the right thing. I’m totally serious btw.

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  32. @Jack Hanson
    Nah I'm saying how moderate responses give him the vapors while Tiny Duck talking about blacks raping whites always makes it through.

    Kiss ass more tho

    Maybe Tiny Duck is a big donor, like that rich guy donor that told the Sierra Club to never talk about immigration as an environmental problem. Notice that you won’t ever, not once, see any posts about ducks on this site. Or, maybe Tiny Duck is the Deep State and has the goods on Steve Sailer for some youthful indiscretions that went on in a duck blind.

    “Truth” on the other hand, is the kind of guy you want to keep on hand, just so every once in a while you can just say to the readers “see, this is what I’m talking about.”

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  33. How great is the cost to you for me to use VDare? Unless I missed something, it is the only tax-deductible option; but I assume there is overhead.

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  34. @Cagey Beast
    OT: Proof that French often works better than English on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/PtdArcole/status/849959877627826177

    "Tuesday, a Jewish woman was thrown out her window by her male Islamist neighbour"
    = 80 characters

    "Mardi, une juive défenestrée par son voisin islamiste "

    = 53 characters

    French is such an elegant language. That second phrase required only 53 characters in French but needed 80 in English.

    > “Mardi, une juive défenestrée par son voisin islamiste “
    > = 53 characters

    The sentence is grammatically incomplete, admissible only as headline. Complete:
    “Mardi, une juive a été défenestrée par son voisin islamiste“

    > French is such an elegant language.
    True dat, anyways. Compare to my mother tongue:

    “Am Dienstag wurde eine Jüdin von ihrem islamistischen Nachbarn aus dem Fenster gestürzt”

    …le sigh. Though with 87 characters not all that bad, for once. Yay for good ol’ Indo-European gendered nouns!

    btw, I donated, though it didn’t amount to much–next year..

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  35. @joesomebody
    I say "Steve Sailer blogged about ..." so often to my wife she started visiting the site as well. Although this morning I went downstairs and talked to her with a depressed tone and she not only said that I shouldn't visit the site first thing in the morning, but also that I shouldn't send you money (she had her tongue in her cheek).

    But in truth as much as I love your site and respect you, I think you tend to be a bit defeatist, and coming from pessimist like me that is saying something. But you are are amazing and thank you for all of your hard work. The check (slim though it is) is in the mail.

    I think you tend to be a bit defeatist

    So the question on the table is: Steve Sailer, are you a defeatist? (BTW if you do not think so, consider that John Derbyshire has great affection for you Steve, and no one can deny that John Derbyshire is a defeatist of the first order. And birds of a feather, etc.)

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  36. @dearieme
    Me too; I've read Steve for years.

    Steve, it's time I sent you something but I will not use Paypal. My only non-UK bank account is no help here.

    If enough Britons sent you sterling cheques would it be economical for you to deposit them en masse?

    (My own experience in Britain has been varied: I've deposited cheques in NZ dollars and US dollars at trivial cost but been charged nastily for an Irish cheque in Euros. Happened at different banks though.)

    Google Wallet works with any bank that has a debit card. Perhaps called a cheque card in the UK.

    For paypal, you can currently avoid all fees on both sides of the transfer by (1) selecting the “friends and family” feature (2) using your bank account rather than credit card.

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  37. @Cagey Beast
    OT: Proof that French often works better than English on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/PtdArcole/status/849959877627826177

    "Tuesday, a Jewish woman was thrown out her window by her male Islamist neighbour"
    = 80 characters

    "Mardi, une juive défenestrée par son voisin islamiste "

    = 53 characters

    French is such an elegant language. That second phrase required only 53 characters in French but needed 80 in English.

    “Voulez-Vous sauter par la fenêtre pour Allah et moi, ce soir?”

    = No Character at All…

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  38. @Jack Hanson
    Nah I'm saying how moderate responses give him the vapors while Tiny Duck talking about blacks raping whites always makes it through.

    Kiss ass more tho

    What a quackmire!

    Tiny D is Unz’s subcontractor; got paid with a bag of feed pelets per troll line.

    “Ok, but what ’bout Jefferson?”, you say.

    Arghh, it’s complicated.

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  39. @O'Really
    Your post reminds me that yours is only the second-best blog on the internet.

    Behold:
    http://fuckyeahbrutalism.tumblr.com/

    O’Really:

    My only close encounter with brutalistic architecture was at the Student Center of the University of Massachusetts. That was more than enough for me!

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  40. I give a significant sum of money to VDARE every quarter, so Steve already gets some ancillary support from me. I’m going to have to think about making another iSteve-specific donation, though, for two reasons.

    1. The comment moderating needs a lot of work. I understand that one of Steve’s remaining earthly ambitions is to produce content that “goes viral.” I don’t know how he expects to do that when the comments often spend several hours or more in the moderation queue. The internet is a game of “now”; something’s got to give, here. At the very least, the more regular and reliable commenters should be white-listed. You can always delete a post later if you don’t like it, Steve.

    2. I was rather soured on the prospect of providing further financial support by that time when you spent 2 days posting nothing but that “Obey Giant” shit. Seriously, what the hell was that all about? It was annoying, irrelevant, and a waste of my time. I felt like I had stumbled into some iStevey Comicon convention. Maybe you were catching some groovy California vibe that I just don’t understand, but whatever it was I didn’t care for it.

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  41. Liked that picture.
    Really, really liked that picture.

    Let me introduce Esteban Sailerazar-
    El Destornillador of Cordoba:

    Helvetian by origin, Castilian by choice.

    Part time handyman, part time crusader.

    -Dome is sky-blue repainted.

    -Fleurs-de-Lis are freshly added.

    -Crescent is gonne, and The Carpenter’s solitude is now towering liberated city.

    And now, our Estevio is resting in canopy, after day of hard work.

    Oh, did I mention that The Hidden is rafting back to Algeria?

    You may say I’m dreamer- but I am not the only one.

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  42. @Achmed E. Newman
    Maybe Tiny Duck is a big donor, like that rich guy donor that told the Sierra Club to never talk about immigration as an environmental problem. Notice that you won't ever, not once, see any posts about ducks on this site. Or, maybe Tiny Duck is the Deep State and has the goods on Steve Sailer for some youthful indiscretions that went on in a duck blind.

    "Truth" on the other hand, is the kind of guy you want to keep on hand, just so every once in a while you can just say to the readers "see, this is what I'm talking about."
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    No, but now that I've been alerted to the existence of duck houses, I want one.
  43. @Expletive Deleted

    No, but now that I’ve been alerted to the existence of duck houses, I want one.

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    • Replies: @res
    Lots of choices here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/mps-expenses/5368800/MPs-expenses-Sir-Peter-Viggers-and-the-duck-houses-he-didnt-choose.html?image=4
    I like the castle.

    P.S. Why not a rabbit house?
  44. How about selling ‘Invade the World, Invite the World’ t-shirts?

    Would make a good conversation starter.

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