I have lost images from a number of older posts, including this one, Merry Midrash from 2012: https://vridar.org/2012/12/25/merry-midrash/
We had problems with software I once used in connection with uploading images and too many images have simply disappeared altogether, it seems. With the post in above most of them are even missing from the Wayback Machine (archive.org) — which only captured the post once, in 2015, presumably after images were lost.
I know some blog readers have copied older posts. If anyone reading this happens to have a copy of https://vridar.org/2012/12/25/merry-midrash/ I’d very much welcome being sent the images again.
With thanks once again,
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Have you tried checking if they were preserved on the WaybackMachine?
Check the blog URLs here:
Unfortunately, only the first 2 images were archived. Likely WaybackMachine limits images saved?
The following “hypothetical debate” was very entertaining and I recommend it to all:
“Richard Carrier Vs Bart Erhman: Did Jesus Exist? (Re-edited)”. YouTube. MythVision Podcast. 24 November 2018.
NB: The same format with Robert M. Price: “Famous Mythicist Dr. Robert M. Price beheading Goliath! Episode #2”. BlogTalkRadio. The Water Boyz. 29 September 2018.
Yes, checked there and they are even missing in their first save there.
Update http to https:
Or a “src” location issue:
Wonderful! Thank you so very much!
Thank you, db!!!