I saw that you did that, and thought it was bizarre. Why
didn't you just expand on the topic in a followup node if you
were genuinely interested about the subject? That way, the
original poster could have learned something. Instead, you
went for the brass knuckles. I think the current system
is seriously flawed if relatively harmless nodes such
as the one under discussion are removed. Unfortunately, this is
far from the first time I've seen it happen. I'd prefer to see
the power to initiate this type of action made more difficult
to use, or restricted to a smaller group of more experienced &
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