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June 09, 2014, 07:55:57 PM
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Can i have an explanation as to why my posts are being removed in the polish forum?

there seems to be no communication from the admin.
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June 09, 2014, 07:57:33 PM
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Did you make sure you polished the post quality enough? Eheheheh

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June 09, 2014, 08:01:39 PM
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Have you tried contacting the mod of that forum, malevolent, or is that who you mean by the admin?

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June 09, 2014, 08:05:16 PM
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yes thats the admin of the polish language forum..

i have not sent them pm about this issue but i did try to contact them a week or so ago with no response regarding something else.

if some one does not reply once i usually write them off as useless.
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June 09, 2014, 08:44:13 PM
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Just send malevolent a PM, or open a thread in an appropiate subforum of the Polish section.
malevolent, the moderator of the Polish section, might see your thread here eventually too.

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June 09, 2014, 09:00:13 PM
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Your topics are being removed because you're posting altcoin announcements which are translated using Google Translate or similar tools that yield miserable results, i.e. you are better off posting in hieroglyphics if you want to be understood.

Pro-tip: If you get one of your posts or topics removed, it probably means you shouldn't be posting it again.

BTW. Thanks for reminding me of that PM, and I apologize for forgetting to respond, if you don't get a response within 3 days, it often means it's buried amid other PMs.
As ban evasion is a bannable offense, this account, too, will be banned.
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June 10, 2014, 10:47:52 PM
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Your topics are being removed because you're posting altcoin announcements which are translated using Google Translate or similar tools that yield miserable results, i.e. you are better off posting in hieroglyphics if you want to be understood.

Pro-tip: If you get one of your posts or topics removed, it probably means you shouldn't be posting it again.

BTW. Thanks for reminding me of that PM, and I apologize for forgetting to respond, if you don't get a response within 3 days, it often means it's buried amid other PMs.
As ban evasion is a bannable offense, this account, too, will be banned.

Pro-tip: If you get one of your posts or topics removed, it probably means you shouldn't be posting it again....

I don't understand that way of thinking ... if you are not allowed make any mistake why you ask for apologize ?

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June 11, 2014, 09:38:44 AM
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I don't understand that way of thinking ... if you are not allowed make any mistake why you ask for apologize ?

What?  Huh
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June 11, 2014, 10:17:29 AM
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Your topics are being removed because you're posting altcoin announcements which are translated using Google Translate or similar tools that yield miserable results, i.e. you are better off posting in hieroglyphics if you want to be understood.

Pro-tip: If you get one of your posts or topics removed, it probably means you shouldn't be posting it again.

BTW. Thanks for reminding me of that PM, and I apologize for forgetting to respond, if you don't get a response within 3 days, it often means it's buried amid other PMs.
As ban evasion is a bannable offense, this account, too, will be banned.

Pro-tip: If you get one of your posts or topics removed, it probably means you shouldn't be posting it again....

I don't understand that way of thinking ... if you are not allowed make any mistake why you ask for apologize ?

malevolent apologized for not replying that PM in reasonable time, but not for removing the posts.

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June 12, 2014, 03:48:11 AM
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Your topics are being removed because you're posting altcoin announcements which are translated using Google Translate or similar tools that yield miserable results, i.e. you are better off posting in hieroglyphics if you want to be understood.

Pro-tip: If you get one of your posts or topics removed, it probably means you shouldn't be posting it again.

BTW. Thanks for reminding me of that PM, and I apologize for forgetting to respond, if you don't get a response within 3 days, it often means it's buried amid other PMs.
As ban evasion is a bannable offense, this account, too, will be banned.

Pro-tip: If you get one of your posts or topics removed, it probably means you shouldn't be posting it again....

I don't understand that way of thinking ... if you are not allowed make any mistake why you ask for apologize ?

malevolent apologized for not replying that PM in reasonable time, but not for removing the posts.
I think he meant that malevolent asked him for an apology on his part... but still he didn't ask for anything.

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June 12, 2014, 11:26:52 PM
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I was talking about mistakes ... mistake can be; misunderstand, delays, etc ...

if you think timing/rhythm does not matter you should be moderator either

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