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Writing Exercise: Routine in the Second Person

At first approach to setting your SOP [Standard Operating Procedure], you thought about a few things in combination. Your first concern was for her, of course, and your second concern was for what would work best. “Best” here was a determination met by calculating your sub-optimal options given the constraints presented by (1) caring about another person’s comfort and (2) living as a human with limited cognitive abilities. Continue reading

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