Dear sweet Albert Ruesga - Philanthropy for Social Justice and Peace. What a sweet combination. Every time I read it, I see him in short pants looking indignant and apologetic, obedient to a fault. It is ok, Albert! I know you are harmless. I love his work. If any of you losers want to take a survey on how funders can better help the poor, the downtrodden, the fleeced, and those the real world has left behind, Albert has provided this helpful link. I did the survey, for laughs. I recommended improved communication with Billionaires. Hey, guess what? We have the freaking money! Albert and salaried grant maker friends with Foundations want want peace? I want peace. Things are going well. Why rock the boat? We all want peace. The Myth of Economic Injustice. Great title for a convening. They could interview me. - Candidia Cruikshanks, Mistress, Founder and CEO of The Wealth Bondage Foundation for Distributive Justice and Peace. She adds, "I got mine, Sweetie, if you want some, write me a grant proposal, and send a copy to my assistant. My salaried grantmaker will be sure to get back to you promptly. Your sense of injustice is important to me, really it is. Let me read your heartfelt proposal. So moving! I am touched, deeply touched. And so well documented! I am writing the check now..... Ooops so sorry! I was going to give you a million dollars to rectify economic injustice in Wealth Bondage, but then it hit me! No! I should give it to world peace. Pepper spray - a million dollars for pepperspray. I invest in proven solutions. Peace. Try again next year. Just keep working on that grant proposal! Next year, you may get the million. Or the year after. Look! See me flapping? I am the pig that flies.