Where Have All The Photos Gone?

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Critics have lavished praise on Hair Balls' sparkling, edgy use of pictures in its blog posts ("Sparkling, edgy use of pictures!!" -- Hair Balls, Houston Press).

In case you're wondering where they are today, so are we.

Technical problems are popping up all over; gremlins are afoot. Glitches abound.

We've had some trouble simply posting items. That seems solved, but getting pictures to go along with them has become hit-and-miss.

Until it's fixed, you'll just have to imagine the illustrations we'd use. For some of you, that would probably include a lot more nudity than would occur in real life.

-- Richard Connelly

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