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plexus

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thanks.
 
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It was a review of the WL goggles. He's deleted a few things so far

Peace,
dave
 

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Aww, really? Whatever shall we do now? Please Plexus, don't delete you're helpful reviews! How else shall we know that those goggles blow?
 

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No more outlet in the closed thread means drama must be found elsewhere. Often the habit of a troll.

Am I right in thinking Plexus had a, "Time Out", imposed in what was effectively the temporary WL section?

Correct me if I'm wrong.

M
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Nope, I don't think he was banned. He's just deleting threads he posted to try to get back at us or something.
 

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Oh, okay, I thought he did. It was quite a while back. My mistake. Like I didn't know the WL goggles were sh*te anyway!

M
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I've seen this many times and it should be stopped...
Children acting out by deleting posts because a thread
is not going their way...

I think deleting posts to cover ones tracks or just because
they are pouting... is SPAMMING the Forum with useless
posts and DESERVES a time out or Perma-Bann..

Jerry
 

Pontiacg5

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I've seen this many times and it should be stopped...
Children acting out by deleting posts because a thread
is not going their way...

I think deleting posts to cover ones tracks or just because
they are pouting... is SPAMMING the Forum with useless
posts and DESERVES a time out or Perma-Bann..

Jerry
I second this, people have been banned for less.
 

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I've seen this many times and it should be stopped...
Children acting out by deleting posts because a thread
is not going their way...

I think deleting posts to cover ones tracks or just because
they are pouting... is SPAMMING the Forum with useless
posts and DESERVES a time out or Perma-Bann..

Jerry
I don't think he is covering his tracks. He is trying to deprive us of his valuable info.:p

Hence my:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
 

Pontiacg5

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I don't think he is covering his tracks. He is trying to deprive us of his valuable info.:p

Hence my:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
Yep, so he obviously doesn't want to be a member anymore. :whistle:

"Waaa, they won't pay for the stuff I broke. I'll take all my stuff and run home."
 

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What ? ..... do you mean that one cannot open a thread asking all you for your money, threating you to be hit from the "deadly psoriasis curse" if you don't pay, and then cover all his tracks deleting the post ?

Interesting ..... :whistle:

*sound of a paper sheet crushed and throwed in the bin* (Hell ..... now i need to invent something different ..... damn .....)



J/K :p :crackup:
 

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I think that the ability to delete posts is a mistake in itself, as well as editing them after more than a few hours.

It may be a biased from debate forums, where it would be seriously abused by less than honest posters.
 
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