Shameless Begging

The Social Security Administration seems to think that $750 a month is enough to live on (even though it is a fund we paid into and disabled individuals will never live long enough to get back as much as they paid in). That makes it very difficult to keep this site alive, and impossible to purchase any gaming supplies or other fun stuff.

I know that many others have put up a Patreon Pay Wall. I run this blog because I enjoy it and like being part of the community. In my opinion, a Pay Wall cheapens the site, so I will never become a pay-to-play site.

That means I have to rely on donations. If you enjoy what you see here, please consider making a PayPal donation. Regular donations would be even better. If you can’t afford to donate money, there are other ways to show your support (see below).

PayPal

I’m sure you’ve all noticed the Dutch Brother’s cup at the end of every post. If you click on it, you go to a page displaying a PayPal button just like the one here. Simply click on the “donate” button (or this handy dandy one, located right here for your convenience), and you will be taken to PayPal’s secure site where you can enter and donate whatever amount you like.

Any amount is truly appreciated!

Other Types of Donations

Since I can’t afford to purchase any more gaming supplies, it would be AWESOME to receive some in the mail!

Do you have any books, modules, dice, miniatures or other gaming supplies that you don’t use? It would make my day to open the door and find an unexpected package on the porch. Or you could always sign up for a Kickstarter or RPGNow product and have it delivered here. They are all great ways of showing your support.

If you don’t feel like making a donation, that’s fine too. I just hope you are enjoying the site.

Contact/Shipping Information

Mike Summers
1315 SW 15th Avenue
Albany, Oregon, 97321
OldGuy@OldGuyGaming.com

Starting today (June 16, 2018), donations will be listed here by default. If you would prefer to remain anonymous, please include a note to that effect and your name will be left off.


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