>to set up a checking account we need to be a 'real' non-profit, which >we're not yet. this(making evolt an official non-profit) was on my things >to do list last year, which means it will happen this year for sure. Since you don't actually need to be a "business" for PayPal, wouldn't that work? Once you become legit ;), then you can link the PayPal acct to the real checking acct. Works for my site. >the best way for anyone(like chris and alan, god bless their souls) to >contribute would be to buy the used parts yourselves and them send those >parts to me.. or hire a lawyer to do all the paperwork for us ;) Parts, no prob. Lawyer, Forget it. Too expensive. >well i appreciate it 500%, but i don't want it to seem like i'm whoring >for contributions. YO, YO, YO. What'll $20 get me? >I'm more than willing to seem like i'm whoring for micro-brews though ;) > >>BTW - we've got a bunch of artistic folks here - a donated design for an >>"official" evolt t-shirt could make some (very small) cash in exchange for >>someone putting in a bunch of silkscreen time and effort. > >we've(the admin gang) been talking about this for at least a year and a >half.. we've got some samples out there of shirts we made and a domain >name to sell them from, just need someone to actually do it. > >it doesn't sound liek a big deal selling t-shirts, but all the shit behind >it can turn out to be quite a bit more than one person can handle.. Tell me about it. I have been toying with the idea of doing this for my site, <plug> http://www.redhotsweeps.com </plug> and the costs are just too prohibitive. Gotta buy in bulk. If no one buys any, then you are stuck with them. >that doesn't mean that any person stepping up and doing it wouldn't have >the eternal appreciation of not only myself and the rest of the admin >group, but the entire evolt.org community(in other words, it would be cool >if someone could volunteer to look into this) I'd be interested in hearing any results of this for my site if not a prob. >Seriously though, thanks so much ron, alan, chris and anyone else that can >help out!! Its truely appreciated. :) No prob. >Feeling a bit like Jerry Lewis on a Labor Day Weekend, ;) LIVE!!! In it's 23rd hour.......It's Daniel and the Evoltiton Marathon.