@Max: " ... the link under the smaller in-line image in th eblog that says "CLICK HERE to see a larger image"
ARRGGGHHHH! Well, at least I'm going in for an eye exam next week; guess it's time for new glasses -- using up what's left of last year's FSA. I'll blame it on using my normal progressive lenses, not the "room distance" progressives I got for CRT use, whose frame came unsoldered. At least the frames will be replace under warranty just in time for new lenses.
Actually, your post also shows an itty-bitty X-Box on my browser.
I'm lucky I can get to Flickr; they used to block it here. It's weird what they block here -- they recently let me to a page on the Fighting 69th (Infantry), but blocked another page on the same web site. Some innocuous web pages sound like double-entendres.
It's only recently that we've gotten access to YouTube. Now I can listen to some old folk music (Tom Rush (Rockport Sunday; Tin Angel and Circle Game by Joni Mitchell); Phil Ochs (Draft Dodger Rag); Peter, Paul, and Mary ... ). I'll have to look for some Stan Rogers while I'm at it; a great Canadian folk singer who was killed in a plane fire, probably caused by a cigarette smoker in the rest room.
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