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Old 02-18-2017, 05:50 PM   #1
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twice today I have spent a considerable amount of time contributing to this forum by posting the beginnings of my build thread and twice it has been deleted with no notice given to me.

As a veteran of forums, I can only assume that my post was deleted because it violated some forum rule, however I cannot see what that would be.

I won't be going through the obviously futile effort of recreating my post once again, however I have a nice build expierience that I'd like to share. Please reinstate my post and edit whatever you feel to be objectionable rather than throwing my effort in the Black Water tank.

Adam
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this isnt the place I know, but I don't know where else to seek help see results of previous effort below
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Old 02-20-2017, 05:53 AM   #2
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First off welcome,

Steve hasnt owned the site in years,

Next your threads were not deleted, since you hotlinked pictures your thread was put into moderation due to low post count, it is our way to keep porn and such from being spammed here

Your thread is right here where you put it
http://www.skoolie.net/forums/f11/th...800-16841.html

I did delete the 2nd and 3rd threads you did while they were in libo being moderated

Again welcome and nice roof raise project
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