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Well, that content has value. It takes time and energy to produce. Wouldn't you agree?

While we're not about to suggest that this newsletter is on the same level as the New York Times or 13 Reasons Why, it's fair to assume that these episodes have some value.

At this point, the newsletter is free because we want to reach as many people as possible. But it takes a lot of time and effort to put each effort together for you. The curation and writing takes resources, and to keep the quality up, that means making hard decisions about where to spend time. One way to ensure that happens is to put your money behind it.

So, if you have the means, and you think this newsletter is worth something, please consider becoming a patron.

Think of it as both a vote of confidence and a thank you for all of the hard work that goes into making The Full Monty as chock full as it is every week.

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