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Old 08-05-2009, 11:40 PM  
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I've been enjoying my travels around the site and came across the "Post Your Bathroom" Thread. It seems that several of the earlier posts have lost their pictures. I was wondering if it would tidy things up to just delete those posts? Maybe email the person first to ask if they wanted to repost the pics?? Just an idle thought.


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Hmmm, I posted this 7 years ago and there still isn't a reply from the website admins? When we upload an image, does the site host it? Do you delete those images after awhile? That can't be it because some images are there and some are not, and it seem to have nothing to do with the date when the posts were made.
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Yes, this site hosts images.

No, we do not delete the images unless the member is banned, or the forum transferred owners and they choose not to host the images any longer.
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