Curious

Corinth, MS

#1 Apr 13, 2011
How come some forums get deleted and others stay up? And how do you get it deleted? There was one up this morning and now it's gone. Had it on my history and clicked it and it is gone.

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#2 Apr 13, 2011
Curious wrote:
How come some forums get deleted and others stay up? And how do you get it deleted? There was one up this morning and now it's gone. Had it on my history and clicked it and it is gone.
My understanding is that it has something to do with the fiber optic bilateral rotation in direct correlation to lunar tide viscosity when gravitational vortex is expressed in binomial quotients of absolute pi cubed.

Or the mods took it off.

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#3 Apr 13, 2011
Your theory is shallow and pedantic.
Names_Bob wrote:
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My understanding is that it has something to do with the fiber optic bilateral rotation in direct correlation to lunar tide viscosity when gravitational vortex is expressed in binomial quotients of absolute pi cubed.
Or the mods took it off.

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#4 Apr 13, 2011
Dude...check out the who is pico89 thread a little closer...steve's comments are gone. When you get banned, they remove all of your posts. I don't know how that works with non-regs, but if I had to guess, they banned someone who was registered and posting under different names. Maybe when they banned the registered account, they had a program to delete anything attached to the ip address of the registered user. This is theory but it kinda makes sense. No company would waste their employees time looking through thousands of different threads, just to see if that one person had been there. I just now noticed this, but maybe we'll find out more tomorrow.
Names_Bob wrote:
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My understanding is that it has something to do with the fiber optic bilateral rotation in direct correlation to lunar tide viscosity when gravitational vortex is expressed in binomial quotients of absolute pi cubed.
Or the mods took it off.

Since: Mar 11

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#5 Apr 14, 2011
pico89 wrote:
Dude...check out the who is pico89 thread a little closer...steve's comments are gone. When you get banned, they remove all of your posts. I don't know how that works with non-regs, but if I had to guess, they banned someone who was registered and posting under different names. Maybe when they banned the registered account, they had a program to delete anything attached to the ip address of the registered user. This is theory but it kinda makes sense. No company would waste their employees time looking through thousands of different threads, just to see if that one person had been there. I just now noticed this, but maybe we'll find out more tomorrow.
I noticed this as well- Steve and his straight man are gone. Hmmmmm could this mean they were one in the same? Lol Wonder what registered user Steve was?

ctown70

Since: Aug 10

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#7 Apr 14, 2011
Names_Bob wrote:
<quoted text>My understanding is that it has something to do with the fiber optic bilateral rotation in direct correlation to lunar tide viscosity when gravitational vortex is expressed in binomial quotients of absolute pi cubed.

Or the mods took it off.
No. The conservative Christians complained and they removed them. Which church do you go to, Bob?

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#8 Apr 14, 2011
ctown70 wrote:
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No. The conservative Christians complained and they removed them. Which church do you go to, Bob?
With that answer he has got to be Scientology?

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#9 Apr 14, 2011
ctown70 wrote:
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No. The conservative Christians complained and they removed them. Which church do you go to, Bob?
Sorry, I don't get the connection to religion. My automatic reaction was to assume that was a cut, and cut back. But in reading it again, I'm not sure what it even means.

So my apology for my first reaction...that's a poor commentary on me. And if you want to clarify, I'll answer the question in general terms.

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#10 Apr 14, 2011
Droke Road Rat Man wrote:
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With that answer he has got to be Scientology?
No danger in this old boy getting hooked into a physio feedback "mood ring" theology that costs one's entire net worth.

I'd be an evangelical long before a Hubbard Homey.

But I doubt evangelical is in my future either.:)

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#11 Apr 14, 2011
Names_Bob wrote:
<quoted text>No danger in this old boy getting hooked into a physio feedback "mood ring" theology that costs one's entire net worth.

I'd be an evangelical long before a Hubbard Homey.

But I doubt evangelical is in my future either.:)
Hubbard Homey=epic

Hahahahaha, you made me smile BIG!

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#12 Apr 14, 2011
Names_Bob wrote:
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No danger in this old boy getting hooked into a physio feedback "mood ring" theology that costs one's entire net worth.
I'd be an evangelical long before a Hubbard Homey.
But I doubt evangelical is in my future either.:)
I posted that for you to LYAO. It did fit with your complex scientific explanation which was also a ruse.

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