It’s a drug

After the revolution, only love and camaraderie will be acceptable legal tenders, not the vulgar dollars and pesos of our fallen age. In the meantime, however, the latter are useful for paying the rent and whatnot.

If you are so compelled, I have created a donation page where you, my loyal and not at all ungrateful readers, can send me the money you would have just blown on beer anyway. For just a dollar a day you can support a struggling freelance writer as he works to undermine The System through strongly worded blog postings and carefully calibrated 140 character tweets; in exchange you will receive a lifetime premium subscription to false dichotomy: a journal of discontent, sleep more soundly at night and enjoy closer, more meaningful relations with your friends and family.

Act now.

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About Charles Davis

A writer and producer with whose work has aired on television and radio and been published by outlets such as Al Jazeera, The Intercept, The Nation and The New Republic.
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6 Responses to It’s a drug

  1. I can't give you anything but love, Charlie.That's the only thing I've plenty of, Charlie.

  2. chris george says:

    Charles, I don't have any money to give, but I do appreciate your work. I'm not what kind of music you like, but I released an album. It's name your price to everyone, but you can download it for free with no guilt if you like. http://royalwe.bandcamp.com/album/candy-eyesTrying to pay it forward,Chris

  3. ConArtist says:

    Do accept money from the DoD?

  4. Anonymous says:

    So you are or are not blowing $1K to go to Burning Man? Your answer would affect people's generosity. Plus, if you blow the $1K on BM, you will need another $1K to eradicate the STDs you collect in Black Crotch City.In any case, I hope you get lots of money and can afford to keep writing for all of us.

  5. I neither accept money from the DoD nor am I going to Burning Man.

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