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Dancing In The Street?

Summer is here, but what is going on in our streets? Not dancing, me thinks, but I am continuing in my splendid isolation, so the dork-dancing in my home persists.

How does one find out what happened to a followed blog here on WordPress? Today, an art blog I’ve been enjoying for a few months has disappeared, and the last thing Sean Conroy posted was about Rops, one of the most amusing and decadent artists. I really wonder if someone objected to Conroy’s recent articles vehemently enough to get his blog banned. Oh the ephemeral web we weave.

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