Hey everybody--Bob the Builder here. I can't express how much what you all have done means to me. It is truly a generous and amazing thing. Thanks so much. To be honest, I kept this accident mostly to myself because it was embarrassing. I was exactly 7 days away from my Obama Care kicking when I tripped over my vacuum cleaner--breaking 9 ribs. Fast forward a hospital visit and a few extremely painful weeks.Thousands of dollars of medical bills came flooding in and I still haven't found a real job. Out of the clear blue, Justyn contacted me saying she was checking on me and to be honest, it was about the lowest I'd ever felt in my life so I just spilled about what happened to me. Justyn told me she had a weird feeling something was wrong on my end and boy was she right. I think it was the next day that Justyn contacted me again, telling me about this Gamers for Gamers thing, and how you all wanted to help me out on the medical bills. I couldn't believe it and then I remembered she had spoken to me about this charity many months prior, but honestly I had forgotten about it. Justyn said she, Chad and the rest of you wanted to help. I'm a proud guy who has always helped other people financially when they needed it (and dog rescues), but this was the first time the shoe was finally on the other foot. I am humbled by what you all have done for me. Thank you. Last night I had a dream that I had to get in to work because I had to fix something on a player house. I have lost jobs before but never one as good as Portalarium. I have nothing but the best memories. Thanks for that.