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October 06, 2017, 08:08:02 AM
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why my post is reduced? 2 days ago post sy 120 will be after today's check becomes 118
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October 06, 2017, 08:10:45 AM
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why my post is reduced? 2 days ago post sy 120 will be after today's check becomes 118
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It just means your post, or the thread containing your post were deleted...
There are 3 possibility's:
  • you deleted the post yourself, in this case you should know your post was deleted
  • a moderator deleted your post, in this case you should have gotten a PM
  • a moderator deleted a thread in which you posted, in this case, you get no warning

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October 06, 2017, 08:12:41 AM
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Since most of your posts are insipid little turds like this:

do not be too hasty in deciding a thing, you should buy bitcoin when the price is down, until later if the price goes up you can sell it and get a lot of profit
you really ought to be banned for shitposting.  Your post count should be reset to zero.  You're actually whining because two of your posts got deleted?  Give me a break.

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October 06, 2017, 08:13:23 AM
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Having a quick look at your profile, you have plenty of one-liners that doesn't seem to be connected to any threads that you've posted it on, and it demands to be deleted. Users nay have reported it and mods have deleted it seeing that is spam. Don't worry much about deleted post, worry on how to improve your post quality or just don't post at all.

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October 06, 2017, 08:20:13 AM
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Since most of your posts are insipid little turds like this:

do not be too hasty in deciding a thing, you should buy bitcoin when the price is down, until later if the price goes up you can sell it and get a lot of profit
you really ought to be banned for shitposting.  Your post count should be reset to zero.  You're actually whining because two of your posts got deleted?  Give me a break.
Well, I apologize if my last post was less qualified, I will keep improving the quality of my posts forward.
Thank you for the help

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October 06, 2017, 11:08:14 AM
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Since most of your posts are insipid little turds like this:

do not be too hasty in deciding a thing, you should buy bitcoin when the price is down, until later if the price goes up you can sell it and get a lot of profit
you really ought to be banned for shitposting.  Your post count should be reset to zero.  You're actually whining because two of your posts got deleted?  Give me a break.
Well, I apologize if my last post was less qualified, I will keep improving the quality of my posts forward.
Thank you for the help

That is a very good restitution to make but you are actually not the only one involved because if you look well enough even in this section of the forum, you will see several people claiming such. Its basically some amount of cleanup that happen occasionally so this is not going to be the end of such. You need to brace it could be people like you that caused it or it could be someone else, just that everybody who posted in that thread, gets their posts reduced.

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