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Old 07-30-2017, 10:02 PM   #1
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Disappearing or deleted thread on childhood memory

A week or two ago, I saw a thread about early childhood memory. I was accessing the Web through a smartphone and did not have broadband access, so was not able to follow things as I would like.

Just now, searched for it and could not find it at all no matter what keywords I try. Makes me wonder if something is broken, or perhaps a thread gets deleted for various reasons as I have personally witnessed.

Help?
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Old 07-30-2017, 10:04 PM   #2
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Is this the one you're looking for?

Simple memories of an earlier life.
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I believe it was about your earliest memory and it was started by a person on their first post. They are traveling now.
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The thread was fine as far as I could see, but the OP was ostracized and the thread was deleted. Maybe start another one if you are interested?
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Is this the one you're looking for?

Simple memories of an earlier life.
No. That one just started. The one I was looking for was a week or two ago. Seems like travelover knows. But what was wrong with the thread?
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The thread was fine as far as I could see, but the OP was ostracized and the thread was deleted. Maybe start another one if you are interested?
The reason I was interested was that I started an identical one 7 years ago, in 2010.

It's here: Your Earliest Childhood Memories?
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The thread was fine as far as I could see, but the OP was ostracized and the thread was deleted. Maybe start another one if you are interested?
I posted in that thread. I was wondering what happened to it. I didn't see anything wrong in it. I missed the posts where the OP was ostracized.
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Ah, I think it is this one. Yes the OP has gone traveling but the thread is still open:

What was your earliest memory of life?
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Ah, I think it is this one. Yes the OP has gone traveling but the thread is still open:

What was your earliest memory of life?
I get an invalid thread notice when I click on that.
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Ah, I think it is this one. Yes the OP has gone traveling but the thread is still open:

What was your earliest memory of life?
Walt34, you can see it only because you are a moderator. The rest of us get an invalid thread notice. Since there seems to be interest in the thread, perhaps the moderators could consider making the thread available again.
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FWIW, I miss that thread too
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It turned out that the poster was actually a bot, not a real person at all and deleting the bot's posts deleted that short thread it started.

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I approved that thread. Enjoy.
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