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bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)
bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD
—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)

bizweekgraphics:

Gather round frail computer folk and hear the tale of how Businessweek pressganged the inimitable Dorothy Gambrell into making a two-page spread comic about taxes. It turned out uh-mazing thanks to her, and we promised it wouldn’t happen again soon. It’s a real pain to do these. But oh man it looks SO DAMN GOOD

—Evan Applegate (who wrote the thing, but, who cares that’s like 5% of the labor)