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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-14-2010, 08:51 PM
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That would be break.

Edit: see now I look crazy because someone deleted the post.
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Sorry, Hugh, we delete suicide notes.

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Well actually I think we're well past the stage where people still wonder about my sanity.
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I wasn't even going to go there.......

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I see no problem in it. If I need to correct something, I can just as easily quote my original post and create a follow-up post. A former forum I was on a year or so ago did not even allow users to edit their posts. I guess the reasoning was to get people to follow the rules more closely regarding posting of inflammatory language.

As far as not allowing users to delete their posts, I have never been on a forum that allowed that before.

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