A couple of duplicate threads have just been removed but as far as I could see there were legitimate threads so why have they been removed..if they haven't been deleted by the poster.
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Only just caught up with this post Alan, I'm also wondering if like Hazel says it is being computer generated sometimes as for no reason at all three months ago I had a letter at 09.12 saying my reply had been flagged up as abuse when there was nothing in the content to warrant being flagged and I had to send a reply back if I thought it was an error to RSPB within 7 days so I wouldn't be cut off in my prime !! I told them I was one of the good guys lol. Shortly afterwards at 09.23 I had a reply to say my reply had been noted and my account had had the flag removed. Even though posts can get accidentally flagged I would have assumed before threatening a user with account suspension that one of the moderators would read the content of the post to see there was nothing to respond to in the first place - computer or human error who knows on this site lol I too wonder why I bother as I've spent an eternity on here either trying to help people if I can or creating "nice" posts !!! It's somewhat insulting to receive a warning before the content of what you are accused of has been read but I put it down to not enough staff and a system that fails. I'll keep going and I hope you will too Alan; I promise not to flag or delete your posts lol I think I better stop referring affectionately to Little Grebes as "fluffy bums" !!!
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In reply to Noisette:
Hazel C said:I got quite excited yesterday as I thought Alan was back, but no, just an old thread someone had replyed too.
Yes, I thought the same Hazel and then got disappointed again :( "Come back Alan" …………. it's not the same without your input on threads and you're part of the super glue that holds this crumbling place together !!
In reply to HAZY:
HAZY said: "Come back Alan"
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