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Does Fluther eventually delete your question?

Asked by LKidKyle1985 (6589points) July 28th, 2008

This might be written some where, but why read when you can ask?!

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Magnus's avatar

I’ll answer your second question: It’s so that your question doesn’t get flagged as a dupe. Use the search boxes.. yes, there’s two of them. Neat huh?

AstroChuck's avatar

Nope. Your question is forever, kinda like herpes.

marinelife's avatar

Wonder if that will always be true? The database needs could become staggering.

scamp's avatar

Nobody can answer better than Chuck just did!!

richardhenry's avatar

[Fluther Moderator:] Everything that AstroChuck said is true. Unless your question is removed by us for violating the guidelines, it will indeed stick around forever.

AstroChuck's avatar

Damn, I love being right. And although you fluther questions are forever you can treat the symptoms with Valtrex and reduce your number of outbreaks.
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gailcalled's avatar

The other staggeringly burdensome piece of this is the “comments for you.” I have over 45 pages and have to delete them one-by-one. After each delete, Fluther returns me to the most recent page. And then, several more comments come in. I should have started x-ing them several years ago but so much for “shouda’s.”

janbb's avatar

@ gailcalled – It’s hard to be the coolest chick on the block, isn’t it? :)

gailcalled's avatar

@It is also hard to be the oldest chick on said block. (Not really- I like being the wise old crone.)

AstroChuck's avatar

That should have read diarrhea.

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