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This is not a Major Malfunction in volume - 18 threads over 2 weeks, with some folks posting into multiple threads. But there does seem to be a trend. And some Bloggers, who have been reporting the problem for over a week, are getting understandably angry. It is a Serious Problem to those Bloggers, and it is not going away.

bX-qfealt
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blogID: nnnnnnnn
uri: /posts.g
host: www2.blogger.com


(Edit 3/28): Blogger Employee claims
Everything seems to be working fine on our end

as Bloggers state
It makes no difference on what operating system I log in on, what time of day etc.. I've tried different computers, clearing caches and restarting connections and computers - all the the same effect..


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