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"No messages," the recorded voice said without pity or care. It's almost as embarrassing to ask for a photo as to send one to someone else. It's never what you thought it would be, nor does it look like you thought it would look, no matter how many drawings or pictures you've seen of it." I thought this quite profound and accepted his correspondence without the picture. But imagine waiting for several days before accessing the private mail box number and special code (which in my case is double-0-seven and should bring nothing but spectacular, unexpected, dashing, seat-of-the-pants good luck) and finding nothing.