Like every sensible human being on earth, I think Cards Against Humanity is TERRRRRRIBLE. It was funny the first few times I played but it turns out nothing ismore excruciating than having to listen to 20 people figure out jokes about violating Anne Frank's corpse. Anyway soon it will be Christmas, which is the one time of the year I am forced to go out of the house and interact with people and play this stupid game and have to hear about how clever the makers' stupid new stunt is. So I am trying to channel my rage into something helpful instead of being the sulky guest who skips the game or gives the other guests lectures about eminent domain.
I'm raising money for Relief International which is working to help earthquake victims in Kermanshah. Normally, I'd say to donate directly to the people affected, but sanctions mean that anyone attempting to fundraise the "normal" way through Paypal/Venmo/etc. runs the risk of prison time. This makes me mad, I can literally fund a hole in the ground and oh, that's so clever, but people in diaspora communities can't fundraise for their communities? People need food, shelter, and clothing and to rebuild their homes and a small donation will help them do it, even if you can't give directly.
What you will get:
- the satisfaction of actually helping someone instead of digging a hole in the earth
- also you will help me keep my friends and possibly keep me out of jail for assault after having to hear some HILARIOUS joke about President Pee Pee or whatever