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Old 01-22-2006, 03:23 PM   #1
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What happened to the post that I was just reading about the couple in the U.K. that bought the disaster Airstream from a U.S. dealer? When I clicked on the second page it say that I didn't have authorization to access the page. When I went back, the post was gone.
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Old 01-22-2006, 03:28 PM   #2
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That's pretty cruel. I wonder what happened?
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Old 01-22-2006, 03:32 PM   #3
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The exact same thing happened a few weeks ago to the entire "off topic" area of the forums. I came back in a few days
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no problemo for me.......

here's a link to page 2.......

http://www.airforums.com/forum...s-19252-2.html


is that the correct thread?


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Old 01-22-2006, 04:04 PM   #5
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The thread is back. Maybe it was in the middle of an 'edit' when you saw it disappear?
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A moderator extracted one post.

No 'Biggie' it was a post Ragging on previous contributors to the thread.
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Some posts seem to go to the forums interface for no reason at all. You can find them but you have to look. There was a post yesterday titled Good old Glycerin. Today it is in the forum interface not on the new posts descending down the list so any information in that thread is really lost to those that are trolling the new posts. What gives?
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2air, that is the post. Very strange.
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Some posts seem to go to the forums interface for no reason at all. You can find them but you have to look. There was a post yesterday titled Good old Glycerin. What gives?....
That thread is located in the axle and brake forum Sometimes threads get moved - although I'm not sure about that one did...

e.g. if some puts a "How do I fix my toilet" thread up in the "forums how to and support section", a moderator may move it to a more appropriate area - say the plumbing sub forum.

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maybe it has to do with the age of original post. the glycerin post was over 3 years old which qualifies it as a zombie thread.....perhaps it takes some effort to fully revive a zombie.

besides using glycerine on tires is a really dumb idea. it has zero uv protection, would fly off tires leaving crap on the wells and trailer, would be a real dirt magnet until it rained when it would all wash off anyway. if it didn't rain the glycerine would dry up to whatever degree the relative humidity......and moisture ON tires isn't a good thing....

glycerine is an excellent, inexpensive way to keep moisture in your human skin but has absolutely no application on any airstream parts or tires....

it might however make a zombie's skin more youthful.....
ok so i guess i'm opinionated sometimes

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