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January 06, 2012, 05:45:14 PM
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Maybe topic was moved?  Either way I did not check enough after seeing the message from bitlane.  Sorry!


Left to show my mistake:

I am concerned that a post was deleted from the forum.  A quote from bitlane below:



Quote from: bitlane on Today at 04:30:25 PM

My thread in regards to "Pool Ops being the new Alt Coin Police" has been DELETED from the Pools Forum.

Censorship at it's finest.

I feel as though I am about to be banned....and I guess that makes sense, considering this forum allows scammers of all sorts to thrive in the Marketplace without consequence, yet a LEGITIMATE POST in regards to a malicious act of vandalism is deleted from view.

Par for the course, as it seems.
Just in case this is my last post, thanks for the memories.

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January 07, 2012, 12:29:55 AM
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It *WAS* deleted. However, me and tysat petitioned theymos to have it restored and moved.

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January 07, 2012, 08:45:26 PM
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It *WAS* deleted. However, me and tysat petitioned theymos to have it restored and moved.
Thank you for having it restored.

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