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fun thing about git is that everything is tracked ... even this initial attempt to create a file to appear in my profile 😅

    +-------------------+-----+      +--------------------------------+
    | I like structures - and +----->+  because it's easier to index  |
    |  monospaced type faces  |      |  and find the data you want    |
    +-----------+-------------+      +--------------------------------+
                v                    +----------------------------+
      +---------+------------+       |                            |
      | but, mostly, because |       |   a dyslexic programmer,   |
      |   I have dyslexia    +------>+    how fun can this be?    |
      +----------------------+       |                            |

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