Skip to comments.Vanity It would be nice if you could explain why you take threads down.
Posted on 08/06/2014 6:19:44 PM PDT by DManA
So there was a thread discussing an Ann Coulter article. It just disappeared.
I would humbly suggest that FR should have some way of communicating to people why they decided to do this.
Maybe an on going tread explaining these actions.
Just a suggestion.
The thread was already posted. Had a lot of posts on it. That is probably why.
I searched, didn’t see it. Do you have a link?
Here is the other thread:
I agree. They took down a fun thread of mine how it’s not feminine for women to cut their hair short. Seems we are not allowed to have fun.
I suspect the Class of 1998 gets no respect.
Maybe the mod was a woman with very short hair.
Thanks. There should be a better way of dealing with this. It’s going to keep happening.
I don’t want respect, I want information.
lol wont be surprised if that was the case. It was a fun thread. 100 comments or so. But it was taken down. It would be nice if the Mods explain more on what’s not acceptable here on FR. I put my thread in chat but still not acceptable.
I have seen some dups locked and left up for read only. There was a link to the active thread. Seems like a good idea.
LOL - try asking this on the religion threads. Certain mods seem to love their little power trip of deleting posts — all anonymous and (**ahem**) objective, of course. Reflects very poorly on the site, IMHO.
I’d like to know why any mention of Joe Sobran is banned.
I feel a glitch in the matrix coming up.
One of mine was zapped today while I was still posting to it! It already had about 5 replies from other people. LOL
Too much censorship.
I once supported Ron Paul. Everything was taken from me, even my identity. I am trying to put my life back together.
I posted to that thread!
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