Hey, all. Hope you had a nice holiday weekend. I had hoped to have an interesting new article finished and posted this morning, but some family issues have kept me occupied the past several days. I'm getting close, but it may be a day or two yet before I can finish.
I get antsy when I'm wanting to publish and can't get it done. This article turned out to be a bigger project than anticipated and has taken a couple of weeks. However, we do have a new TR Podcast and a Fred Silver comic up to keep you company, and we should be posting another review later today. Stay tuned for more from me, also, as soon as I can bring this one to completion.
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