Hi Kerry,

This new Winter storm nicknamed ‘Gail’ nearly did me in ( death ):


To exit the Eastcoast, I calculated it will cost nearly $1500 for this
gasoline guzzling van that weighs 11,000 pounds to reach Tucson,
Arizona and I would have to take a very Southern route to avoid being
socked-in by snow and deathly freezing temperatures.

Currently, the van is operating normally with no mechanical faults
because I winterized the coolant fluid and heater that only barely
works because I just don’t have $500 to get the ‘heater core’ and HVAC
control panel repaired.

This emergency is all my dumb luck I’ve come to realize, which makes
this very cold Holiday season a matter of life and death for me being
vehicular homeless as I’ve remained.

I wish some donations would come in to me but none appear able to get
me to a warmer climate so, for now I’m forced to remain stranded here
in my van parked on a street near Washington D.C. in Virginia.

If you can donate anything to help me, I could really use your help now.


Thank you.

I wish you, and all those closest your heart, the joyest of Holiday.





On 11/26/20, Kerry Cassidy <[email protected]> wrote:

You are welcome!  Thank you for all your good work.

Happy Thanksgiving!



On Nov 26, 2020, at 10:11 AM, Unwanted Publicity Intelligence
<[email protected]> wrote:

Hi Kerry, ?

Wow !!! ? Thank you so very much for your wonderful $100 Zelle
transfer donation successfully received this Thanksgiving Thursday
morning ( November 26, 2020 ) by me. ?

Please know I am extremely grateful for your thoughtfulness. You truly
are a great spirit-filled soul. You have uplifted my spirit. Thank

I pray ? you experience many wonderful blessings and for all those
closest to your heart. ❤

If there is anything I can do for you, please let me know. Again,
thank you, for being so wonderfully considerate of me.

Very sincerely your’s,






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