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Houston, We Have a problem

So, recently I moved hosts, and I also moved newsletter services. In the process, I screwed up. I knew this would go pear shaped, although it didn’t go as pear-shaped as it could have. I think. Or a least I hope.

Without getting into the technical, some pages didn’t get moved off of testing. No big deal really in the long run, but it can be a problem in the short term.

What does the above mean? Nothing except some subscription pages are wonky as is the unsubscribe page. In the short term, if you click the unsubscribe link and it doesn’t register, we are manually unsubscribing you. I don’t want to annoy anyone who unsubscribes, and I want to respect all readers, so there will be no confirmation that you have unsubscribed.

If at anytime you want to come back, you can always resubscribe.

I am so sorry for any inconvenience and hope to have this fixed in the near future.

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