Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Save the Kitty!

If it so inclines you, feel free to donate any money toward my cause. I'm not sure how effective it will be to try and raise money this way, but I suppose every little bit counts.

I'm not opposed to either begging or manipulation. Like I said, anything that is legal is fair game. To that end, if it helps persuade you, here is a picture of my cat. Your donations will help pay for his very expensive food (he is on a strict diet because he has some health conditions). Remember, I'm out of work, so your donation can help put food pellets in this poor cat's bowl. You can see just how hungry he is because he is searching in my shoe, which believe me doesn't smell all that great, for some food.

Bandit on back

Bandit in my shoe

Do you really want this cat to go hungry? Do you realize by not giving money, you are killing this cat? You can help save this cat by clicking the "donate" button in the right column. or by clicking this button:


  1. Well, I won't be donating to your cause as of yet, but I do want to give you some potentially helpful information if you don't already know of it. I'm currently on investopedia.com. They have a great stock simulator program where you get $100,000 in fake money to try out in the market. The money is fake, but everything else (commissions, market movement) is real. I've found it to be a very useful learning tool. Also, I'm currently reading Steve Nison's "Beyond Candlesticks." It's a very useful book if you're a technical trader.

    I hope this stuff helps. I'll keep checking back :)

  2. Thanks Lillian. I'm reading a couple of books on trading techniques, and of course Candlestick charts are definitely part of it. Thanks for the book recommendation, I'll pick it up and take a look.

  3. Cute kitty... you could try to post a picture of it with a donation can :)

  4. Hi. I want to know if you would be interested in exchanging blog links?