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I'm having a very odd problem. When I log in, primarily in the Asia forum], I see what seems to be up to date listing - but when I click on a post to read the reples I am taken back in time to January 12.

For example, when I click on Crag's recent Myanmar/Burma post - which has 17 replies and counting - I get only the original topic post and no replies. As well, when I look to the column of posts on the left, ALL the posts have reverted back to sometime in the early hours of January 12,

It seems that, once I click on a post - that's it. The post remains frozen at the time I click on it. It never alters.

I'm not sure if I'll be able to read a response to this one, either. I've tried logging out and in, no change. Strange but true.

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