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    • By lexomatic
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    • By LordDave
      So Reapercon 2019 was great as far as my classes went.  I taught 6 courses, all were sold out, most were 2 people beyond capacity (which was fine because I was ready for that possibility)  But I feel like 6 was just 1 too many to organize, prep, practice and deliver.  All of my classes seemed to be very much enjoyed by those who attended and I got some awesome feedback from some folks.
       
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    • By lexomatic
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