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Am I on some kind of "watch-list"? Answered

I posted an innocent question
here
And a Forum topic
here
Yet they haven't turned up... yet

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Re-designBest Answer (author)2010-01-09

I have recently had a discussion with an administrator and the problem is the if a question is 5 words or less it HAS to be looked at by a human.  Some times a human may not get a chance to look at the question for 48 hours or so.  Even then is may be shelved as one of my was as Spam.  Which is was not.

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Re-design (author)Re-design2010-01-09

And your first link goes nowhere for me.

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lemonie (author)Re-design2010-01-09

I have more than 5 words in each, I re-edited  this one, though there should not have been any need for it.

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Re-design (author)lemonie2010-01-09

I'm sorry I meant in the title.  Not the question body.

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lemonie (author)Re-design2010-01-10

Oh right, I'll remember that.

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Koosie (author)2010-01-09

Same thing happened to me, I posted a question that got lost in the void :-<

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RavingMadStudios (author)Koosie2010-01-09

I haven't had a question go missing yet, but I've had several (totally innocuous) comments on people's Instructables wind up in the bit-bucket of mystery.

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Me too, Me too. This site does have its (unfair) share of weird little bugs. Ever tried to logout and login as another user  ? Sometimes takes three attempts.

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Goodhart (author)steveastrouk2010-01-12

sounds ilke a possible cookie or cache problem to me.

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seandogue (author)2010-01-09

time to don the tin cap ? ;)

probably got hit by the oh so annoyingdata miner  "spam filter"

And yes, I would think a hawk would trip their collective. That is, if I was a bread fat goose, I'd be nervous if there was a hungry hawk nearby, just as the incident with the lady *may have inadvertently done. (her exclamation might have startled the sentry, which in turn resulted in a mass move by the group).

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lemonie (author)seandogue2010-01-10

The woman was foolishly trying to hand-feed one of these hungry/greedy & aggressive critters - that wasn't it. But maybe they do have an instinct to react to predators regardless of size?

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frollard (author)2010-01-09

If its of any help - I've never had/noticed any such happenings...

lol@tags "crappy system"

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