Nathan Langford is creating a webcomic
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Hi everyone! Thanks for checking out my Patreon page!

My name's Nathan Langford, and I write a comic called Chronicle and also have a blog where I sometimes post stories and other interesting things. Check them out! Meanwhile, I'm also working on a bunch of other projects, like a text adventure. By becoming my patron, you will be financially supporting these endeavors!

"But Nathan," you ask. "You seem to be creating stuff just fine without money. Why turn to Patreon?"

My response is simple. I enjoy money. I like being able to buy things. Many of these things that I buy go towards creating more interesting creative stuff. Some of these things go towards staving off the inevitable specter of death. By creating a Patreon page, I gain access to another source of money.

"Okay," you say, hesitantly. "I get that, I guess. Will my becoming your patron actually affect the quantity or quality of your work in any way?"

That's a good question. In a way, doesn't everything affect everything? Think about it, won't you?

"That wasn't really a satisfactory answer," you respond, getting increasingly agitated. "Will I at least get anything for supporting you?"

Yes. You will get the satisfaction of helping to support me in my creative endeavors. If you want something else out of it, let me know, and maybe I'll add that as a reward of some sort. That said, I wouldn't hold my breath. Remember that the whole purpose of this is for me to get money.

"That sounds sort of greedy and self-centered," you say in a huff. "I'm not sure I want to be your patron. If I don't, will this affect me in any way?"

That's a good question. In a way--

"Really?"

Okay, fine. The answer is no. My comic will remain free, as will my blog. Nothing's changing, and you're probably not even missing out on anything.

"Good. One last question. Will you be making any more GTA stunt videos?"

I think you may be confusing me with someone else.
Hi everyone! Thanks for checking out my Patreon page!

My name's Nathan Langford, and I write a comic called Chronicle and also have a blog where I sometimes post stories and other interesting things. Check them out! Meanwhile, I'm also working on a bunch of other projects, like a text adventure. By becoming my patron, you will be financially supporting these endeavors!

"But Nathan," you ask. "You seem to be creating stuff just fine without money. Why turn to Patreon?"

My response is simple. I enjoy money. I like being able to buy things. Many of these things that I buy go towards creating more interesting creative stuff. Some of these things go towards staving off the inevitable specter of death. By creating a Patreon page, I gain access to another source of money.

"Okay," you say, hesitantly. "I get that, I guess. Will my becoming your patron actually affect the quantity or quality of your work in any way?"

That's a good question. In a way, doesn't everything affect everything? Think about it, won't you?

"That wasn't really a satisfactory answer," you respond, getting increasingly agitated. "Will I at least get anything for supporting you?"

Yes. You will get the satisfaction of helping to support me in my creative endeavors. If you want something else out of it, let me know, and maybe I'll add that as a reward of some sort. That said, I wouldn't hold my breath. Remember that the whole purpose of this is for me to get money.

"That sounds sort of greedy and self-centered," you say in a huff. "I'm not sure I want to be your patron. If I don't, will this affect me in any way?"

That's a good question. In a way--

"Really?"

Okay, fine. The answer is no. My comic will remain free, as will my blog. Nothing's changing, and you're probably not even missing out on anything.

"Good. One last question. Will you be making any more GTA stunt videos?"

I think you may be confusing me with someone else.

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