New Ramble – November 2017

This ramble is super belated, but focuses on last November’s “write month”—which I still do regularly. It was written mid-Dec and I’m just now getting around to posting it because the day job sucks.

I’ll be leaving the wording as is.

November 2017 Ramble

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