I busted out laughing when I realized I've been posting here almost nine years, but felt like cryin' when I realized I'd had over 600 back pages in my archive or whatever you call it and now have just 325 pages or something like that--it really hurts me whenever some of my writings are lost. Course I should have had a printer and printed it all out. I feel like some good stuff vanished into the ethers. Now the back pages begin at year 2012 on the forums. Why did this occur, because of bandwidth issues and the like? I thought this site's owner whom I assume is Paul Mc. has more than enough financial resources to buy all the bandwidth in the world, well, you know what I mean. I should have just written down my favorite threads I contributed here, all their contents, it's rewarding to write things down by hand the old-fashioned way and then I'd still have my writings which have disappeared. Are everyone's still somewhere, somehow and can be retrieved? I feel numb, by sheer force of will am not allowing myself to really feel this (to me) tremendous loss. I was reading "Many Years From Now" earlier today (re-reading) and thinking those 600 pages of mine could have comprised a similar tome on Macca. Or even two or three. For me, if for no-one else. Barry Miles sort of co-authored "Many Years From Now" with Macca to be Paul's autobiography. Thanks for info.