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Discussion in 'California' started by Sirius Glass, Apr 22, 2012.
The deleted thread is delete!
Woh-woh-woh. This is serious. It is not possible to delete the deleted thread. It will always relete. We don't know just how it will, but it will. It could get ugly. If it reletes and its place in the forum is not there terrible uncontrollable things could happen! The breathtaking inanity, uh, insanity, I mean to say instaneity of the conflict between a releting deleted and a forum unable to accept it means we could be catapulted into a categorically catastrophic cataclysm that even the dogs, I mean gods, cannot handle!:eek::eek:
Our best hope is that it is merely hidden from view, obscured, ensconced within APUG's binary microverse, which is the basis of its analog macroverse in the same way the weird physics of the subatomic scale give way to the logical physics of the large scale.
Few realize that the deleted thread, with its apparent inherent incoherent contradiction, is like an insulator between the matter of analog, and the antimatter of digital, to make an analogy. Without it... I shudder to think what could happen. If it does happen, no one will dig it.
No wonder APUG has been unstable. That's what happens when you carelessly mess with the fabric of the universe...
Put on sack cloth and ashes, there'll be great wailing and gnashing of teeth!
American Motors fans should Nash their teeth!
Or just Packard up and go.
Can we A Ford it?
Would we be Dodge-ing the question?
Would it be a Fait Acompl´e?
Should we Rambler through the threads looking for the deleted file?
We should Explorer the options!
It might be a Tahoe to plow!
The thread was deleted Accord-ing to who?
Only if by administrative Fiat.
You Lakely stubbed your Tahoe on that one.
We auto find out. It's our Civic duty.
Maybe we could submit it to someone wise, but who?
Wait, I know. To Yoda.
Oh good lord...
Good Ford, you mean?
This should be retitled "Deleted - Part 2" with an adjusted count number to include the total from the original Deleted thread.
Nope- we should just get the deleted thread back- before it's too late. The problem with long threads is corrupted code somewhere, not the thread length. The problem with thread length is only a symptom. As I explained elsewhere, it's the A. vs. D. stuff that corrupted the code. The program just got sick of all the interminable inconclusiveness, started puking, then said screw you guys.
I agree that it is the database code is the source of the problems, and not the record schema or the length of the thread. However, the evil doers are lurking around just looking for an excuse to delete the Deleted thread.
Those evil-doers remind me of Dickless, that guy in the first Ghostbusters.
They know not what they mess with, as they strive to eliminate that which they do not understand, risking the release of forces they could never handle. Woe betide thee, Dicklesses, thou evildoers!
Unbeknownst to all but me, the deleted thread releted almost a year ago, appearing as a new deleted thread one month after the attempted deletion. It has lain dormant since.