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UER Forum > Forum Announcements > Confusion? (Viewed 5928 times)
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Confusion?
< on 3/29/2007 2:17 PM >

Posted on Forum: UER Forum
Apparently, there has been some confusion about why I am selling UER flashlights and considering selling T-shirts.

Although I've explained it in other threads throughout, I thought it would be appropriate to condense the explanation here.

The first reason is: I am attempting to recoup the approx $1000 that I am currently in debt for, due directly to the switch to the new server. It turns out that the new server was a lot more expensive than I had originally planned for, which means the donation drive covered only about 2/3 of the costs.

I am not a rich man -- I really cannot afford to have that kind of debt sitting on my credit card.

The second reason is: Because you want it. No less than 20 people have asked me to sell UER T-shirts. I wouldn't do it unless there was an interest in it -- Without interest, I couldn't even recoup the cost of having any t-shirts made.

With that said, if you don't like the idea of UER t-shirts, good for you. Nobody is forcing you to buy one.

Now, let's get back to exploring. I hope to see you all at OPEX this year, which looks like it's being held in Buffalo.




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