Your life’s work written on burning paper

When Bill Whittle spoke about executive orders, he described them as “Law written in pencil.” If you host content on YouTube, have a following on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, then this hits home. The same old story repeated ad-nauseum, just watch the faces change.
You and the creators you share a bond with, the hours of craftsmanship, the time and labor poured into countless videos, podcasts, insightful commentaries and cutting criticisms… all subject to removal at any time. No knock, no ring…

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Your life’s work written on burning paper

When Bill Whittle spoke about executive orders, he described them as “Law written in pencil.” If you host content on YouTube, have a following on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, then this hits home. The same old story repeated ad-nauseum, just watch the faces change.
You and the creators you share a bond with, the hours of craftsmanship, the time and labor poured into countless videos, podcasts, insightful commentaries and cutting criticisms… all subject to removal at any time. No knock, no ring…

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