There seems to be some confusion in regard to eligibility for free premium content. My next premium piece will look at financial doping as perpetrated by Rangers and the use of banned substances to be citius altius fortius.
If one makes a formal recurring payment of £5 per month one is a member of the Sitonfence fraternity. One can elect to purchase a premium article at £1.99.
Should one pay an annual subscription fee of £5.55 for 2018, one can also choose to purchase any premium articles this year.
If one has established a £10 or more recurring monthly payment with PayPal, articles are free.
If one has donated £100 or more in 2018, articles are free.
Stating that you usually make a donation at the end of the month, while crucial this month, is not as helpful as a recurring donation.
If one is eligible via recurring or significant donations then please drop me a line via PayPal with a screenshot if possible.
Donations via card include e-mail addresses. Payments via a PayPal account do not. Should one choose the latter route I need to go looking for you.
I could make this much simpler and install a paywall on our site, thus denying the unwaged and disadvantaged a popular site. This is not how I roll.
If one is using a smartphone one can access PayPal from the the top right hand vertical line drop down menu. On desktops it’s available on the lower left hand margin. Just scroll down after the hits counter.
There will be exceptions. If one was particularly generous in 2017, then point this out to me.
Please do not use the comments section as this does not in any way help me to help you.
If one does not make any type of contribution one cannot purchase the premium articles this year.
Sitonfence II and III that I hoped to introduce were not recognised by PayPal. The original site, with occasional premium articles, will continue for as long as is practicable. With a few exceptions January has been brutal.
There also seems to be some confusion about my £30 and £40 per day infomation. At £30 I can pay rent, electricity, internet and water. I have to buy drinking water. It’s not enough to eat. At £40 I can eat once per day, do laundry, save up for an item of clothing, get a haircut, visit the dentist or doctor. There is no NHS provision where I live.