I am not going to link to this. If you’re so stupid that you want to throw your money away, that’s fine, but I am not going to help you do it.
Everyone, I think, expected this. It’s what they do. It worked beautifully for them last time, netting them a minimum of about $50,000. They blew the money in a matter of weeks.
Joe Naugler is a grown man. He is perfectly capable of working. He simply refuses to do so. Instead, he wants you to send money to support the ten children he has left at home, the ones he and Nicole chose to bring into the world and refuse to support.
Jacob has learned well from his unschooling. He’s learned that online begging nets a windfall. That’s what he means by “In the past we have seen great blessings from people’s generosity. . .” He’s learned all the code words. He calls their life a “faith-driven journey.” He doesn’t mean faith in some extra-corporeal entity like “God.” He means faith in the Naugler ability to get people to donate money.
I, too, believe that great and amazing things can happen when people join together. They call it “insurance.”
And that will be my next subject.