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Blood and Guts, Part 1

Brent Cullimore

I don’t mean “blood and guts” metaphorically. But I don’t mean it literally either. Best to call it analytic “blood and guts.” Plus, we’ll skip the guts for now, so you can relax.

And as you’ll see, I could have called this post “City Streets and Sewer Pipes” instead, but I’ll bet you wouldn’t have clicked that.

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