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The famous 2000 film that put Christopher Nolan on the map tells the story of a man on the hunt for the man he thinks killed his wife.

Why was my thread removed?

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I created a thread asking about how Teddy could have possibly gained access to Jimmy's trunk, but it's completely wiped off here. Instead I see spam threads at the top of these sub-forums.

What happened? Not sure who to contact or if that was a deliberate act.
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Your thread has indeed been deleted. It was probably mistaken for a spam thread yo. So sorry for your loss; feel free to recreate it. Now that you have a higher post count, it shouldn't be deleted again.
Kind regards.
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MuffinMcFluffin wrote:I created a thread asking about how Teddy could have possibly gained access to Jimmy's trunk, but it's completely wiped off here. Instead I see spam threads at the top of these sub-forums.

What happened? Not sure who to contact or if that was a deliberate act.

you need at least 100 posts before you can make thread. trust me, my username is purple.
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the_red_ninja wrote:Your thread has indeed been deleted. It was probably mistaken for a spam thread yo. So sorry for your loss; feel free to recreate it. Now that you have a higher post count, it shouldn't be deleted again.
Kind regards.
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Understood. Just wish I had the exact contents so I could still copy-paste it. Oh well.

Thank you.
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My thread was removed once again.

If you want to keep people on these boards, you're going to have to have to moderate more delicately. I already had enough trouble trying to recreate my statement that I made. I won't try a third time.

I'm sure you don't care if I depart or if others don't join your forum, in which case you should just remove the registration link entirely. This is sorely disappointing.
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Pratham wrote:you need at least 100 posts before you can make thread. trust me, my username is purple.
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Pratham wrote:
Pratham wrote:you need at least 100 posts before you can make thread. trust me, my username is purple.

1) That is nowhere to be found in the terms of service. I actually read them. That should be updated.

2) Your purple name is not a status of a moderator or administrator, according to this forum.

3) A moderator (green) before you said that I should be okay given my post count.

4) I assume that somebody is manually deleting them, not that the forum is automatically deleting them. If it's automatic, then it definitely should be in the terms of service. If it's manual, then whoever is doing it should pay close attention to not only the content, but this thread.

5) I am not going to pad my posts to start a discussion that I feel is worth having. The posts I have read on here have been piss-poor lately and are likely an indication of what kinds of discussions go on here most often. I would prefer not to engage in that.

6) ...... WHY ISN'T THIS THREAD DELETED, THEN? This thread is significantly less relevant to Memento than my actual thread on Memento was about.

Thanks, though. Guess I'll ask it in about six years when I've reached the 100-post mark.
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MuffinMcFluffin wrote:My thread was removed once again.

If you want to keep people on these boards, you're going to have to have to moderate more delicately. I already had enough trouble trying to recreate my statement that I made. I won't try a third time.

I'm sure you don't care if I depart or if others don't join your forum, in which case you should just remove the registration link entirely. This is sorely disappointing.

I'm sure it just got caught it spam sweeps for some reason or another by mistake. Go ahead and make your thread. I'll make sure it doesn't get deleted.
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