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If you’d like to see more of my work, you might want to check out my Patreon page where I make videos showing me talking about my work here. You can also follow me on Twitter @David_Kerr, and like me on Facebook for behind the scenes information on how I work.
I’m going to try for a new monthly donation goal to help keep this blog afloat, but if you’re not interested in donating to me, please consider supporting one of my Patreon supporters. They are a fantastic bunch of people who do a great job of supporting me on my Patreon.
My Patreon supporters are a great resource for supporting my work and keeping me afloat. My Patreon supporters are awesome and I love them.
A great way to support me is to support one of my Patreon supporters. They do a fantastic job at making sure that I am given regular support. I appreciate the support of my Patreon supporters which includes a monthly donation of $1, $5, or $10 to my Patreon at the end of the month.
I really appreciate the support of those who have already given me money and I know that I could never do this without them. In fact, I know a number of Patreon supporters who are like family to me.
While I have not personally given any money to anyone, my patrons have told me that they appreciate it when I do.
I have no idea why. I am really, really thankful for all of it. Of course I try to make sure that I am giving back to those who have helped me as well.
The question of whether or not to give money to others is a difficult one. Many do it out of guilt, but it can be a very painful process. A large percentage of people who give money to others are actually giving it to themselves, because they believe that giving money to someone else will take them out of their own self-centered, self-satisfied, selfish self.