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Please Feed Ian Moss!!!!

Ian Moss is hungry.

(Scroll down the page and look to the right. You’ll see.)

Ian Moss is hungry . . . for a Sequenza21 concert!!!!

This is good news for you. You know why?

A Sequenza21 concert needn’t cost that much money. In fact, as little as $25 would be very much appreciated.

But, hey: you pay more, you get more.

By the end of this week, the concert committee will have decided on an incentives package for those of you who find it in your heart to donate $100 or more. Whichever shape the package takes, one thing is for sure: it’s going to be one sexy animal. Trust me.

You can find out more about the concert by clicking Ian’s picture.

You can donate to the concert via the PayPal link right below Ian’s picture. Donating to the Sequenza21 concert is much simpler, I can assure you, than dealing with the guilt you’ll feel for not donating.

Now go please feed Ian Moss.


He’s hungry.


And thanks.


Comment from david toub
Time: September 27, 2006, 8:25 pm

If you donate, you get really nice karma. In fact, the amount of favorable karma is directly proportional to the amount you donate. Really.

Consider Donald Rumsfeld and Condi Rice. Neither of them, last time I checked, made a donation to the S21 concert. And look where it got them—mired in Iraq, plummeting ratings, and the ire of much of the world.

Imagine what the world would have been like had more people donated to the concert, and you’ll understand where I’m coming from. But it’s not too late—there’s still time to reverse the unfavorable karmic tendencies of our planet. Donate today, and you’ll get extra special karma. And I’ll put in a good word to Vishnu and Ganesh for you, just from me. Honest.

Comment from Jerry Bowles
Time: September 27, 2006, 9:19 pm

I think it’s worth adding that the money will be used to pay starving musicians who will not be able to afford a decent meal on Thanksgiving if you ignore this plea and will be forced to dine at homeless shelters while you’re enjoying your second helping of mashed potatoes and gravy and think of how bad you’ll feel about that.

Comment from Ian Moss
Time: September 27, 2006, 11:48 pm

Me Hungry.