Sticky: Support Beyond Highbrow

I often do this work all day long. It’s what I do. I do have a fixed income source, and there are a few other things I do to make money. If you worry about making me rich and think I don’t need the money, don’t fret. I live off $14,000/year. You are definitely giving to the needy here. I will update my income information if it changes.

If you value this site and the work I put into it, please consider a donation. Even a small amount would be nice. Donations motivate me to write more, and when they’re not coming in, I don’t want to write so much. So when you donate, you are keeping this great site going.

And you are also contributing to the research that powers this blog. I mean, it’s not just highbrow, it’s Beyond Highbrow. And so are you.



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12 thoughts on “Sticky: Support Beyond Highbrow”

    1. I know. I am screwing up here. The problem is that for some time now, PayPal only gives me my page in CHINESE. Yeah. CHINESE. I am so pissed about it that I haven’t even called them about it, but I need to do just that. I have no idea how this happened. One day I just went there, and everything was in Chinese, and it’s mostly been that way since then.

      By the way, my best friend Greg, yesterday was my birthday. 🙂

  1. Congrats. Speaking of foreign languages, I’ve got my Google stuck on the Afrikaans language somehow. I can’t get it off here. I don’t know where this s–t came from.

    1. Thank you so much! You can also write to me to ask me to write more of certain types of articles. And you may be able to be a guest writer too. That helped me out so much!

      1. Clear Lake City, Texas. It’s a college town. University of Houston-Clear Lake is the main attraction here, so COL is comparatively reasonable (you aren’t going to get a bunch of cash-strapped university students to shell out 1,500 dollars/month for a dilapidated shithole).

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