If you're going to write about The Chaliceblog someplace, please provide a link back.
Ps. Props to Joel for naming my readers.
Pps. I don't recall anybody coming out against the UUA's support of gay marriage. I don't have a problem with us supporting it as a general concept. I don't especially cotton to us taking a stand on specific legislation and I REALLY don't like us saying from the pulpit or in RE that this candidate or that candidate is a good guy or not a good guy. (Yes, Bush is technically no longer a candidate, but you know what I mean.)
I don't know how to make links. It's not memorizable, and I lost all of my Word files, wherein I did have a document about how to do various things. The link thing was particularly problematic.
Why shouldn't it be easier?
OK, politics aside, I think George W. Bush is an evil person. Can I say that?
I'd rather you didn't say it from the pulpit. You can think whatever you want as an individual.
You provide links in HTML. The HTML for a link is < A H R E F = "URL " >< / A > Without the extra spaces (except for the space in "A href".) It is written in the same language used to create your simpler web pages. Here's a more complete guide to HTML.
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