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Call Center Purgatory
Monday, October 10, 2005
  Call Center Poetry

While I am thinking about poetry, I finally got around to organizing my poetry archives. You can see them on the right hand side. I am also trying to clean up the selections on the sides, so there will be some new things to read. I'm afraid I still have not figured out how to fix that firefox problem. I don't really have the kind of time to retool the whole template, unless someone knows a quick fix, until then, you'll have to use schlep on over using internet explorer...Sorry.

Thanks for reading,


Netscape is the same way. It is odd that it is
only at the top of the blog. The lower half is fine.
Then when clicking to post all the archives are at the
bottom. But only a few are overlapping.

I can read everything you post. Just not the top
of the side bar. That is odd. I have no problems
with other blogs cept this one. So maybe there is a
script doing it?? Just wondering.

But you will do fine. Wish I know how to help.

Oh and thank you for the link. I will link
you also when I have more time.

Take care.
oThanks Shyloh.

Um, I don't have a quick fix, but I sure love performing blog template makeovers...

Take a look at the sidebar here:

to see that i've done others, too.

let me know if you want me to give yours a shot.
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