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[sticky post] Legalese

Might as well get the formalities over with.  I write.  Don't steal it.  Should be plain enough, but my work has been plagiarized more than once, so sadly enough, must resort to the legalese. 

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Happy Birthday

Hope today is wonderful!!

Have I Arrived??

To LJ, certainly, I have.  Long time ago, I did have an LJ account, but it wasn't doing a whole lot for me, so I switched to Yahoo360.  Had lots of fun and lots of great friends and contacts there.  Once that closed, I migrated with many of those contacts to Multiply, which is set to close down its social media section on December 1st of this year.  The task now, of course, is to figure out if LJ is capable of doing even half of what Multiply did.  Fingers crossed, it is.  It's a pain in the butt to pick a site up and move it.

Now it's time to test the site and see what it's made of... 



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