Posted by Lou Pilder on January 13, 2012, at 14:57:27
In reply to Re: correction- Lou's request to Mr. Hsiung and deputy » Lou Pilder, posted by 10derheart on January 13, 2012, at 14:46:11
> Lou, if this helps, when I was a deputy this was a typical situation when a poster posted while blocked (using a new screen name).
> Dr. Bob or one of the deputies would delete all those posts by the poster that chose to circumvent the rule not to post while blocked. As a consequence, any replies directly to that poster would automatically be lost.
> I imagine this is what has happened here. If there are other posts on the board(s) by the poster that was likely PWB, it is (probably) simply because Dr. Bob or his deputy forgot to search for every single post by that screen name, or hasn't has time, or something like that. The deletion process has to be done manually for each and every post and can be quite hard and time-consuming.
> HTH a bit in case Dr. Bob or the current deputy are unable to answer your question in a timely manner. -- 10der
I am unsure as to what you are wanting to mean here. If you could post answers to the following, then I could have the opportunity to respond accordingly.
A. What could be your explanation as to if Mr. Hsiung and/or his deputy are doing the deletions, as to why there are pages of outstanding notifications from me and also requests from me to the administration going back days, weeks an years?
B. If one of them could do deletions, would that mean in your thinking that they could also respond to my requests and notifications?
C. Would the fact that there are deletions mean that either Mr. Hsiung or his deputy are aware of my requests to them and notifications to them?
D. If they are doing the deletions, what in your opinion could be (redacted by respondent).