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It was Saturday night, and Trin Garritano was on vacation at PAX South, an annual San Antonio gathering where thousands had come together to celebrate everything associated with games and the wild and wonderful culture surrounding them.
She should have been happy and relaxed, but she wasn’t. “I was just sitting in my hotel room with my friend Maya, getting angrier and angrier watching the news,” she said.
The news, of course, was focused on President Trump, and especially on his recent executive order to largely bar people from seven muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

Garritano, who described herself as the “businnesswoman” for the popular game Cards Against Humanity, said she was feeling isolated from her home and many of her friends and family in Chicago.
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