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The tagline that accompanies the Texanist column in print each month reads, “Offering Fine Advice and Keen Observations Since 2007.” It wasn’t always this way. Prior to the August 2016 edition, this piece of text simply read, “Offering Fine Advice Since 2007.”The modification signaled a change for a column that had for some nine years been a fairly straight rendition of a semi-spoof of a traditional advice column, the type for which the author takes letters from readers and provides answers to questions or some sort of guidance for a wide array of situations. In its original form, the Texanist, authored by me, David Courtney, covered all manner of tex-centric material. Charcoal or propane? When out at a dance hall, do you really need to…

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