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Hello. I wrote a thing. By “thing,” of course, I could mean anything—a poem, a movie review, a seven-hundred-word unsolicited essay about why having a library card makes me better than you. Other than by clicking the link to the thing I wrote—which I’ve helpfully embedded at the bottom of the Facebook post you’re reading—you have no way of knowing the thing’s nature.
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