badges? we don’t need…

OK, maybe we do.


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2 comments

  1. They have no practical application at the moment. It’s just another time sink by Flickr. A random rotation of interesting faces drawn mostly from current casting of my Eternal City game.
    The badges also include some faces not normally seen in my casting, and they appear in random sets which I find interesting. There are over 20+ faces.
    I’ve moved the badge to the bottom of my standard page.

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