If a nonprofit is not profitable does it "suck"? The debate rages here and here and elsewhere. Rather than asking if sustainability means adopting business models we would be wiser to ask whether capitalism is sustainable and whether the humans it produces are inevitably stunted. If the children of the mall now entering the world of giving don't realize how deeply they themselves suck, how little they know, what little wisdom they carry, how little they have read, how little they understand the moral traditions animating philanthropy that reach back before the creation of money and reach forward past economic and ecological collapse, they know nothing. They are unconscious incompetents. They are the wind sighing in the trees, another portent of the end. Nonprofits can be businesslike in pursuing their ends; the end in view is not profit. May those who fail to understand this die alone, without love, tended only by those hired to do a repugnant job. May their ashes be shattered by uncaring hand in an ash can with these final words as elegy: This job you know like totally sucks.