Jackass Letters: When Psychotherapy No Longer Helps!

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Dear David Thorne

Christopher L. Jorgensen
PO Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

November 21, 2008

David Thorne
PO Box 10476
Adelaide BC
South Australia 5000

Dear David Thorne,

I would like to sponsor your poor black boy by sending you “paper money of any denomination in an envelope,” but unfortunately, I am not wealthy enough to do so. In fact, it cost me about a buck to send you this letter, so I am requesting you compensate me fully for this! Please send me $1 USD. If you do so I promise I won’t sleep on your couch if I ever visit Australia.

I must insist on American currency however. Ever since Jesus drove the money changers out of the temple it just hasn’t been as easy to get currency converted.

I await your prompt remittance.

Sincerely,

Christopher L. Jorgensen

[Response via email]


Dear Mr Jorgensen,

I am sending you this electronic mail on the internet.
Thank you for your letter. Apologies for the belated reply. Although I have just transfered one dollar in US currency to your account, you are still welcome to sleep on my couch.

Due to the monetary exchange rate, this transfer cost me eight hundred and thirty Australian dollars so it will be a bleak Christmas for my son this year. Do not concern yourself however, as he is quite a crap child and does not deserve anything nice.

Regards, David.

David Thorne 27bslash6

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