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I've started a newsletter, which is funny because I generate very little news. One of those end of year circulars from smug relatives detailing their gifted children's triumphs, new cars, foreign holidays and promotions at work read very differently from me: Dunno, did some writing and drawing. I read some books and saw a couple of films. I would have seen more films but each time I cracked open Netflix my daughter was already hogging the single account binge-watching old episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. 

Unfortunately I never whipped Trev from works ass at golf. But I would have. If I knew a Trev. I went to work. And I played golf. But I could have made a comic about it. And you would never have known about it if you didn’t read this newsletter. Can you take that risk?

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