Tip Jar

Did you find something on Evolving Thoughts worthwhile? What would you like to tip me for it? I am not well off, and if you would consider donating, I’d be very grateful. Use the form below to donate to me. Any amount is welcome.


Hi there. I am retired and living on a fixed income so anything you can give me, out of the goodness of your heart, to keep this site active, will be greatly appreciated, and I will sacrifice to the Chocolate God in your name.

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18 thoughts on “Tip Jar

  1. Please accept this donation as a gift, not a loan.
    Your blog is worth much more to me than I can donate at present.
    Good luck for the future.

  2. Done. I just managed to land a temporary part time gig and I look at your blog every single day. It’s the least I can do.

    Best of luck.

  3. hey John,
    can’t contribute much, but can’t lose your blog either. don’t know if you remember me or not. I used to hang at talk origins as “junego”. sorry to hear you’re health is bad (gout!!!). best luck, June.

  4. PayPal wants me to open an account with them. I hate internet registration. Any other way to contribute?

  5. Perhaps someone could help me here:
    I push the “Pay Now” button, but nothing happens. Do I miss some plugin or what?
    My browser says “Firefox 19.0 Mozilla Firefox for Ubuntu canonical 1.0” (whatever that means) on Ubuntu 12.04 Linux.

  6. Considering how much I spend on a bottle of single malt that i finish more quickly than I like to admit (or maybe I’m just shy about bragging, or maybe I just did) I’m happy to send a jingle into the cup.

  7. I think your evolutionar psychology series is so outstanding, and I always link it when I find myself in arguments. So I sent a small token of thanks. Have you considered putting that into a small e-book to possibly sell via Amazon? I know a few people who have done so (and I have bought them). Would be a good way also for any teacher who wants to assign this to a class (as I would have done if I had continued with my ev psych class), and you can get something for it.

  8. I got your PDF on evopsychopathy, and I am going to recommend it to my students. Their economy is shakier than mine, so I did a bit more than your suggestion. One never knows.

  9. I thought that you meant “tip”, like “A small piece of useful advice or information”, or better ” lead, steer, confidential information, wind, hint”.
    I read the guidelines. I will try to be coherent, really, I will.

    Here’re two tips:
    1. “The mind is not in the head.” – Francisco Varela.
    2. “When you can see two things, you know there’s a third one.” – Jan Cox.

    Have a nice day.

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