Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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I never imagined it would be edible.

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hey you're back..

... I'd almost forgotten how much I loved you.
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Sending love and respect to jutta as always.
po, Mar 25 2014

hay, you're back http://masters-of-p...talbot_haystack.jpg
a house of straw is best kept hidden from hungry herds [xenzag, Mar 27 2014]


       I was worried.
xenzag, Mar 25 2014

       We all were [xen]!
But I never forgot how much I love this place!
xandram, Mar 26 2014

       I keep all my posts and a number of my favorites from others backed up on a special Halfbakery flash drive. I'm certain I'm not the only 'baker to keep an offline archive, but if we all archived as much as we conveniently can, it would provide another layer of crash security. I think I'll step up my cut 'n' paste activities now that I'm actively pondering this.   

       I too am glad that [jutta] is back, though I didn't know she'd gone anywhere.
Alterother, Mar 26 2014

       Ironically, it was doing exactly thus with a bit of website copier software which significantly contributed to overloading the system and caused one of the significant crashes. I forget which one.
RayfordSteele, Mar 26 2014

       M'yes... I think I may have glitched the site a time or two by accident as well.
I've been a little slack on my archiving too.

       {chimes in} [+]
pertinax, Mar 27 2014

       Didn't notice it was gone.
nineteenthly, Mar 27 2014

       Monday afternoon and into the evening, I think. Apparently everyone went into a panic.
Alterother, Mar 27 2014

       Darnit, I thought the first lesson was 'DON'T PANIC!'
RayfordSteele, Mar 28 2014


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