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Video Gaming for Fun and Profit

A long time ago, I stopped calling myself a gamer. In fact, there was only a tiny sliver of time when I could do so at all with a straight face. When I was a kid, my mom kept me from console gaming entirely. Sure, I could play Atari, Nintendo, and ColecoVision at friends’ houses. I don’t want to go too far down memory lane,

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