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Hi folks. Efforts to resolve the Cafe’s server problems continue. The Lead seems to be working. We aren’t so sure about the comments. You may be under the impression that some of your comments have been lost, but we are under the impression that they still live on a server to which you are not being directed.

In any case, we plan to post content as we are able. We will keep you posted on further developments.


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Michael Russell

Having no comments implies that no one cares what you are writing about. On the other hand it is more peaceful!

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