3 thoughts on “something back

  1. Mum

    What’s going wrong with your blog display, Jill? The right hand column stuff is progressively moving over to the left, obscuring the daily postings. I get the same on two independent installations so the problem, sorry challenge, appears to be with the blog itself. Presume there are no political implications. Would be great if you could fix it.

  2. Jill

    It’s because a couple of the trackbacks are too long. I deleted one that had no title but a very, very long URL, and I think I need to delete Eirik’s one titled Bloggkommentardebatt too, because it’s too long…

    Safari for Mac displays it perfectly anyway, but I know it looks awful on most browsers. Sorry…

  3. Rorschach

    internal feeling
    words flow like blood from my veins
    manifest concept

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