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Can I do this and if so, how? Thanks.
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The edit (delete) window expires 6 hours after posting. And deleting the first post in a thread either deletes the entire thread or makes the replies meaningless.

Would you like one of the mods to delete the thread?
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Old 12-09-2009, 10:02 AM   #3
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Yes, thanks, I would. It was much to verbose and ended up looking silly based on early replies and I agree with them. It was posted yesterday as :


"What do these 2 facts tell you about me and my retirement portfolio (multiple choice)"
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I assume you are going to rephrase the question and post again?
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I didn't think it looked silly, cashflo, but my bacon reply on it was--I was just in a silly mood. Sorry.
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