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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Sponsors | This just in: $20 in gifts from readers
They came from readers in Kentucky and California. And I appreciate every dollar, because they really add up. With advertising sales, I'm now at 56% of my quarterly goal. (But the quarter's already 65% over!) The breakdown:
Reader donations: $553
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