Sorry Mack Reed

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Wed, Jan 25, 2006 at 12:01 PM

Ahhh, the problem with me, a neophyte, blogging... I just found out an image I pulled off the Survival Research Lab site for my post "Saturday Eve of Destruction" belonged to one Mack Reed. If there was a credit posted there, it wasn't obvious, I didn't see it. In fact, I can't even find the image in the archives now. Maybe in my kerosene clouded blogging, I got it elsewhere? I do see the image though, on LAvoice.org posted with Mack's review of the show, which was an awesome, a very thorough report, you should read it here. But still Mack didn't credit his own image.  I've gone back to the original post to give him proper credit. Sorry Mack, I in no way meant to steal your image without crediting. We loved your images (now that we know they're yours) and your reporting!

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