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No free speech on this forum

2011-10-04, 15:33 PM

I have just had a post removed because I dared to ask the moderator a question.So I guess the moderator is not on holiday after all.

I always thought that a forum was started to enable the exchange of ideas and to help new people like me to become better aquainted with the forum topics.

I did not expect to have posts removed for no reason what so ever (unless asking a question is no longer allowed)

This is such a shame as I expected to get help here not to be told to pixx of.

Dave as a moderator please contact me by mail to discuss why I had my post revoked after 5 days when it had been read by 36 people.

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Re: No free speech on this forum

2011-10-04, 15:44 PM

OK I am now wearing sack cloth and ashes and feel a proper rwit. When I logged into the forum for some reason I could not see my previous post and at the same time was asked to re-agree the conditions under which I use the forum.

Based on this I went off at a tangent spewing fire and brimstone in all directions.

When I had cooled down I shut down and reopened the forum and there were all my posts.......(what a pratt) I would use stronger stuff but wont swear on the forum.

If the moderator wishes to remove my incorrect rantings on this then please do so.

Thanks from a very embarresed Xoom newbie

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Re: No free speech on this forum

2011-10-31, 15:42 PM

@silver88

thanks it happens to the best of us.  If you read on here we don't typically edit posts unless you've broken the .  Typically it is about how you say it and not as much of what you say.

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