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What's Happening to Avatars

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Mine has disappeared and I noticed that a few others have also. Is this a problem on my end or is something else happening?

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Who is your hosting service? i've heard people are having problems with Imageshack. I use Photobucket and have had no problems.

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When I'm at work I hardly ever see avatars and posted pictures. Not sure why that is?

I do see yours, gunflint.

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Thats because alot of businesses block file sharing/uploading sites, which is probably the case with yours. I know that the place I work blocks photobucket pics but Imageshack pics come through just fine.

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Thanks guys. I do use Imageshack. I only use my computer at home. Time to consult my son the computer whiz.

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Don't worry Gunflint that SAG Smallmouth Bass Avatar is still visible to most of us.... grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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PierBridge- your avatar shows me that you are a man after my own heart. Champagne of beers grin.gif "Full Throttle" of course.

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aahhh another high life man.....

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I have been drinking it for about 4 years now, first it what light, then I switched to the leaded version. High Life is sure starting to get popular isn't it?

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now that it is catching on the price seems to be going up.. oh well!!

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Starting to get popular? I haven't had one in close to 14 years but it was popular then. grin.gif

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now that it is catching on the price seems to be going up.. oh well!!


Aint that the truth. I can still get a 16 gallon for about 60 bones, compared to most of the others at 80 dollars.

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Starting to get popular? I haven't had one in close to 14 years but it was popular then.
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It seems that it all works in cycles, Brain Melt (Grain Belt) seems to be making quite a comeback also.

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