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Reminder - Please post threads for yourself or your children ONLY

MaineLonghornMaineLonghorn 41933 replies2267 threads Super Moderator
This is just a reminder that we will delete threads about anyone other than the OP or the OP's children. It's for privacy reasons. We have enough posters who ask to have their OWN threads deleted!
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  • ServiceAcademyServiceAcademy 45 replies3 threads Junior Member
    What do you mean with ask for their own child threads deleted but only post about their own children? It doesn’t make sense?
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  • AboutTheSameAboutTheSame 3179 replies48 threads Senior Member
    Yes it does. Please read again. You are parsing it incorrectly.
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  • epiphanyepiphany 8405 replies170 threads Senior Member
    @ServiceAcademy
    What is meant is that the third parties being posted about are asking for deletions for privacy reasons. That's on top of posters having second thoughts about opening threads or adding posts about their own children. Creates extra work for mods.
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  • skieuropeskieurope 40797 replies7570 threads Super Moderator
    edited July 2018
    MODERATOR'S NOTE:
    What do you mean with ask for their own child threads deleted but only post about their own children? It doesn’t make sense?
    "Asking for a Friend" posts are not allowed for privacy reasons. You can ask questions about yourself and your children (or kids for whom you are the legal guardian), Accounts are free, so the student/parent is able to open to open their own account to ask the questions.
    edited July 2018
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