This has been on my to-do list for a while but it keeps getting pushed downstream by other, more pressing issues. The volume of whining – along with the complaints about the whining – has gotten so loud, though, I figured I’d better take an hour or two and get it done:
“#23: Fix newspaper business.”
Pay attention. I’m only going to go through this once.
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