Seriously, something's not right here. I can see from your screenshot that you're logged in. If you have any pop-up blockers, you might try disabling them. One other alternative is to try a different browser. I use Firefox, and have had no problems with A|N.
The other thing you could do is to Report An Issue to A|N and see if you can get some more detailed technical support than what I can provide.
Here's what a typical photo page looks like for me:
Note the OPTIONS button next to the ADD button. If you don't have that button, you may not be logged in, or there may be additional add-ons for your browser that are not loaded. I think that, at minimum, you should have Adobe Flash, which runs the photo slide show on your profile page. There may be others.
Heh, so no bodice rippers for you, huh? I tend to read a lot of science-fiction and fantasy, but I also catch a few courtroom dramas, horror/suspense novels, generally @#$%*& up novels (Chuck Pahalniuk), and other difficult-to-classify stories.
I've also been reading more religion, philosophy, and science books lately, for some reason. Go figure.
Hmm, is that Eagle Scouts group somehow associated with Scouting for All? Or is that ex-Boy Scouts who are opposed to the bigoted direction that the Boy Scouts are headed in?
Hmm, sounds like a cousin of the chai that I know. The Tazo, Bigelo, and such are a bit heavier on the spices and don't have the citrus added to them. I think they mostly have pepper, ginger, cardamom, star anise, and one or two others, in addition to the spices you mentioned ... then are sweetened with honey, instead of sugar.
Sorry, that wasn't entirely clear, was it? I meant genres of reading. Which sort of drawing do you do though, too? I used to do mechanical drafting, but I can't do much, freehand.
Hmm, how does Russian chai vary from the generic sort? I mostly drink Tazo, Celestial Seasonings, and Bigelo chai, but I mix it up with other kinds of tea, to keep it from getting monotonous for my tastebuds. I drink them all as lattes with about half milk and honey.
do you recommend this site or think atheist? I'm not really familiar with the atheistic online community (for lack of better phrasing) and I remember from your intro post that you traverse thinkatheist a lot. Just wondering what your 2cents concerning these 2 site are.
also do you have photos of your child? I'm sure she must be lovely and awesome.
Hello Ava and welcome to this rational world of Internet atheism----a haven of truth and peace, far from the superstitions and fictional god of the masses.
"Well-founded common sense helped by science leads to atheist wisdom."
We invite you to make good friends by joining the busy group "ORIGINS: Universe, Astronomy, Life, Earth, Humans, Religion, Gods, Atheism, Evolution, Darwin..." with 500 discussion topics and 2900 members.