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June 4th, 2006, 2:24 pm

Donate to Totally Kotor!

Well, I really didn't want to stick a donation thingy up on the site, but I have recently discovered, after much eBay perusion, an auction for a cheap copy of Macromedia Flash, priced at around £5. While the method by which the seller aquired the program may be a bit iffy, his selling history shows that several people have bought similar products at similar prices and been utterly thrilled, recieving it quickly and thoroughly enjoying it.

So, that's all fair and good, but I don't have an eBay account.

So now I'm begging you - if everyone donates merely $1 to the site, we'll have the money and spare. Any extra money I'll use to buy a domain name, set the site up looking cool and give us a forum to chat in to our hearts' content. The site can look really, really, cool. Imagine -

And just to make it all the more tempting, anybody who donates will become a moderator on the new site's forum.

But we can only have a new site if you donate money. Pleeeeease? :3

(The donate button is located just below the HK banner, just above the necessary Smack Jeeves link).


AlexXx (Guest), June 6th, 2006, 12:51 pm

I would definitely donate you $1, if i had paypal, if i had any money, and if i could be bothered. But! You can set up a free proboards forum to look majorly awesome without any cost!

dan (Guest), June 7th, 2006, 9:12 pm

How much is 5 euros in american dollars and why would you set the site up "looking cool" if you are only doing about a dozen more comics? I don't mean to be rude, I really don't. I would donate as well but I do not have pay pal. Keep up the good work though!

kotor, June 8th, 2006, 2:16 am

That would be a good point. If I was only doing a dozen more comics.

I'm doing all of Kotor II as well.

And for future reference, this symbol: £ - that's not a euro symbol. The currency of the UK is Pounds Sterling. This is a Euro: €

So that you may understand the difference, I'll show them both next to each other: £€£€£€.

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