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Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by rabidtictac » Sun Feb 25, 2018 5:16 pm

If you believe a huge spergepost from cuck of pol, individual fundraisers are actually illegal under US law.

https://kiwifarms.net/threads/darksydep ... /page-2539

You can just read his sperge directly from the farms.

He quotes a few sources, saying such things as this:
Most states regulate fundraising to protect the public, corporations and any potential donors from fraudulent solicitation. Many charitable organizations must register with the state, and individual fundraising professionals must hold a license before they may fundraise. Although the law differs from state to state, it is important to understand the requirements before you or your charity begin fundraising.

Registration of Charitable Organizations
In many states, charitable organizations must obtain a license before soliciting any donations. Charities can apply for a license by providing the state with details about the organization, such as its purpose, operating budget and the names of its directors and officers. Depending on the laws of the particular state, there may be exemptions for charities under a certain budget, churches, schools or other specific types of organizations. States generally impose a fee for registration.
CuckofPol said: Do you need to pay federal taxes to the IRS specifically for fundraising? YES YOU DO

*links a thing*
CuckofPol said: Popquiz time! Can DSP run a fundraising event for himself in the State of Washington without getting approval of the State to begin with? NO HE FUCKING CANT

*links explanation*
Before fundraising activities commence in Washington State, a charitable organization that contracts with a commercial fundraiser for the purpose of soliciting or receiving contributions in this state must complete and submit a signed Fundraising Service Contract Registration Form, a copy of the written agreement and a $20 filing fee to the Charities Program.
CuckofPol said: Question two. Does this mean DSP is in essence breaking the law in Washington by not going through the proper channels Locally and Federally and is an illegal Fundraiser Organization? YES HE IS

*more quotes*
His sources:

https://www.sos.wa.gov/charities/commer ... isers.aspx
https://www.sos.wa.gov/charities/consumer_faq.aspx#8
http://info.legalzoom.com/need-license- ... 26069.html

I wanted to relay this because, although spergeofpol is a huge sperge, it's possible he's grasped something here. This sounds very serious. Obviously the state government does regulate charity. Non-profits are required to produce their tax information publicly and be transparent about their use of funds. Form 990s are available on websites like guidestar. A lot of information is public.

DSP obviously isn't a nonprofit, or at least not a 501c3 incorporated official nonprofit. Now, donations to streamers must count as private self-employed income or something. I get the impression the law hasn't caught up to the internet in this regard, but let's just assume it's all taxes as private income.

DSP is running a for-profit business, not a nonprofit. His donations aka tips, bits, patreon and adbucks all count as his self-employed income for his (only just this year) registered for-profit online "business."

If I'm understanding this information correctly, it may be against the law for DSP to have private "fundraisers" to give himself more money without first registering as a nonprofit and involving the state in the process.

Will anything happen as a result of this? Probably not, although it's not a good idea to risk breaking the law while DSP is already under scrutiny from the state. If he is doing something illegal by fundraising, some detractor will probably make a complaint to the state and they will examine how he is collecting this money.

Twitch obviously don't care if he breaks their TOS, but this MIGHT cause him some problems if "fundraising" in this way is not legal in Washington.

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Commercial fundraisers supposedly need to register, as seen in this screenshot Pol posted.

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by VoiceOfReasonPast » Sun Feb 25, 2018 3:42 pm

DSP truly is a master of PR and general businessing. I'm half-expecting him to drop a "You have already been replaced"-tier truth bomb.
rabidtictac wrote:
Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:10 pm
Phil truly is anime. He's the real-life Gekko Moriah. Fat, lazy, prefers everyone else to do shit for him, has grown weak and less important over time, and spent years without leaving his place of residence with the bare minimum human contact.
Pretty great kiwifarms comment tbh.
Not 100% accurate. Gekko has an actual talent and an utterly loyal "fanbase".

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by GoddesAllison » Sun Feb 25, 2018 2:57 pm

Having a watch with you, is like having a calculator all the time in your pocket. Or contactbook. Or a map of Kentucky. ...

It's what smartphones are for.

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by rabidtictac » Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:10 pm

Phil truly is anime. He's the real-life Gekko Moriah. Fat, lazy, prefers everyone else to do shit for him, has grown weak and less important over time, and spent years without leaving his place of residence with the bare minimum human contact.
Pretty great kiwifarms comment tbh.

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by AngrySpoonySnob » Sun Feb 25, 2018 12:52 pm

Anyone with a watch in 2018 is retarded to me.

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by Angelfire Memes » Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:45 am

Yeah I’m sure that guy will definitely see the error of his ways now Phil. He’s definitely been hitting the gin hard lately, even by DSP standards he’s been particularly toxic.

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by rabidtictac » Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:25 am

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Not enjoying the recent stream of nothing and bullshit on dsp's channel? YOU ARE THE PROBLEM

Never mind that he's been speedrun-ragequitting vidya gaems left and right while ignoring others.

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by Guest » Sun Feb 25, 2018 4:11 am

Get a Casio digital terrorist watch instead.

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by Kugelfisch » Sun Feb 25, 2018 12:04 am

Le Redditeur wrote:
Sat Feb 24, 2018 11:58 pm
Do people still care about the brand of wristwatch you wear? I assume they'll just think you're a weirdo because you don't use your phone as a clock like everybody else.
The lowest of the low bottom feeders may think that way. The kind of people who can't wait for payday because they are broke and are so normalfag they post their new haircut on facebook.
But people that matter just the slightest bit and think they are doing well? Those that can barely afford their BMW and think themselves on the up and coming because they are a step above the total low-lifes? Yeah, they notice.
A fuck off Rolex is only ever going to get noticed and make mad exactly the kind of people you'd want to piss off with it. Everyone else will just think you're a bit eccentric. :lol:

Re: DSP Thread: Bugged Forum mechanics

by Le Redditeur » Sat Feb 24, 2018 11:58 pm

Do people still care about the brand of wristwatch you wear? I assume they'll just think you're a weirdo because you don't use your phone as a clock like everybody else.

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