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Yes, thank you, Captain Obvious - I have changed the template. The other one gave up on me (on an emo note: who doesnt? T_T [LOL]). It looked all screwed up, so I changed it.

Geez, whoever thought that adding a link would turn out to be so troublesome? Me and my HTML ignoramous-ness. Sigh.

Comments

sorbetera said…
hmm.. was that link me or am I just flattering myself? ^__^


EDIT>> posted it in the wrong place.. ugh.. I must be hungry.
iamstorm said…
eh? what link? (scratches head)
sorbetera said…
that link you said you had trouble putting in. ^__^
iamstorm said…
er, yeah. but it not your fault. ^_^

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