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2009-12-01 - 12:52 p.m.
First off, I posted early this morning.
Go look, if you haven't already.
In the Good Thing Or Bad Thing Dept.:
The bride wore white...and not much else.
If you've got it, flaunt it...I guess.
Amazon.com keeps sending me e-mails to promote sales.
That's fine. The problem is, they keep forgetting the [html] tag at the start of the e-mail. So it's a whole string of text and HTML tags that make no sense.
If I cut-and-paste into Wordpad and add the starting tag, I can open it in a browser and see it as I was supposed to. But I shouldn't have to do that.
I wonder if there's a department that I can e-mail about these e-mails that will actually listen.
Just peeked in on the kittehs:
Solange is sleeping under the bed, so there's no pic for her. Sorry.
Okay, off to work.
Be seeing you.
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