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There are really no big benefits, if any, to you in subscribing aside from the fact that you'd be helping to ensure FishEaters sticks around, something that might should interest you if you want to help spread Tradition, and if you enjoy the discussion forum.  Subscribing is purely an act of charity on the part of the subscriber. Truly, subscribers are the folks who keep the FishEaters website and discussion forum on the internet by helping to pay the monthly server and other web-related costs, and by keeping me, Tracy ("Vox Clamantis") alive. Subscribers are very, very important -- crucial! -- and I very much pray that those who can, will subscribe.

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