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Im wondering if threads on sdn can get deleted completely. Ive noticed that sometimes thread disappear and connot be found. for example, recently there was a thread called "A must read" and it was about the dental bible. I posted on there, but now i can't seem to find it in my post history or anything like that. THis isnt all that pertinent, i am just curious.
 
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That dental bible stuff was spam. Someones attempt to snag newbies into spending money on pointless products.

I bet I'll get a comment from someone with 4 posts telling me to shut it!

Its a spammer!
 

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Im wondering if threads on sdn can get deleted completely. Ive noticed that sometimes thread disappear and connot be found. for example, recently there was a thread called "A must read" and it was about the dental bible. I posted on there, but now i can't seem to find it in my post history or anything like that. THis isnt all that pertinent, i am just curious.

We delete inappropriate threads - the thread you mention was spam.
 
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