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jon birch

great story about backsliding... says what i think but in a much better way than i could express.
here's the link.

jon birch

ps... the post is entitled, 'growth'.


i noticed that almost everyone i knew had you linked to their blog. jonny baker jonny baker! haha now i've finally come and i understand why. great blog! and i mean, your a fellow mac user so pretty much we are united through the fact that we both own the best computer ever made.

Paul Morriss

If you follow the Creative Common links then you can get albums for free, for non commercial use. I've found nothing outstanding, but lots of decent stuff.

tim bower


Thanks so much for linking to letters from leavers! We appreciate you passing the blog along to anyone you think might be interested.


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