Home / Buy Leo A... / Buy Leo a Beer Buy Leo a Beer$0.00 I’ve heard from people that they’re very grateful for the information that my sites like Ask Leo! has given them. I love to hear that, and I’m very gratified. Some have gone so far as to ask how they can pay me back! Well, I appreciate that, but you don’t really have to. So here’s the deal. If you’d really like to, scroll down and you can buy me a beer. Heck, buy me a pint, a six pack, a case if you want. I’ll make sure it’s all put to very good use! Like I said … you don’t have to. But I certainly do appreciate it if you do. To be clear: nothing’s actually shipped to me (I think shipping alcohol may even be illegal). Your “purchase” amount simply represents a donation into my beer fund, from which I purchase the appropriate libation. Thank you! Let’s get: * Make a selection for just exactly you’d like to get Leo. Select an option... Generic Pint (+$1.00) Redhook Blonde – Something light for the hot days. (+$2.00) Blackhook Stout – Beer you can put a fork in! (+$4.00) Six-pack of my choice (+$9.00) Half-rack (for a weekend of hard work) (+$15.00) A full case! (+$24.00) Buy Leo a Beer quantity — OR — Add to cart SKU: BLAB Category: Buy Leo A... Related products Buy Leo a Latte $0.00 Select options Subscribe to Confident Computing! Tech problem solving & safety tips & a weekly confidence boost in your inbox every week. I'll see you there! Slow Computer? Speed up with my special report: 10 Reasons Your Computer is Slow, now updated for Windows 10. NOW: name your own price! You decide how much to pay -- and yes, that means you can get this report completely free if you so choose. Get your copy now! Related Posts What Laptop Would You Buy for $1500? My Choice, and My Recommendation for You - This is a question I generally avoid answering, but I will anyway. The problem is I can't really tell you what to purchase, since your needs are undoubtedly different than mine. The Deep, Dark Secret Behind Ask Leo! - Not long ago, I finally came up with the words to describe part of what I do. It was kind of a secret ... until now. Dealing with Fake “Ask Leo” - Someone's sending spam that looks like an Ask Leo! recommendation. It's not, and it gives us clues to keep in mind when evaluating any email message. Webinar Replay: Backing Up in Windows 10 and Ask Leo! Anything - Full recording of a test webinar in which I backup a Windows 10 machine using Windows own included image backup software.