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Although I do not know what the question was it does seem to have been answered. As this was the first post by the author and it would appear that the account was created to post the question could this be a misunderstanding?

Perhaps ricalfonso just stumbled across the Monastery and posted. When his question was answered perhaps he tried to remove the question and could only do this by deleteing the contents? Perhaps...

Going by the name ricalfonso and the quote 'I don't see a question here, just a couple of sentence fragments.' I wonder if the poster is a native English speaker - sometimes we are a bit harsh on speling and grammer.

Seems like a bit of a baptism by fire - I too have had posted some ill-judged things that have cost me both in terms of ego and XP - but they teach humility, especially when you take tye's advice and update them but acknowledge the changes.

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In reply to Re: Re: Taking your marbles and running away in regret by EvdB
in thread [untitled node, ID 310396] by ricalfonso

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