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    Account deletion

    I would like to request that my account and all associated threads/posts be deleted. Thank you.

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    Not a likely scenario.

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    Don't do it
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    Jack Kevorkian says it's OK.

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    Not going to happen.
    Deleting your threads and posts is just stupid. You are only destroying for other people who come looking for help, searches the boards, sees your threads and learns from them.
    As for deleting the account - why bother? All you need to do is forget the site and don't come back. No harm done with the account.
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    It might help to know why you want to do that.
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    Why would 2+ year old threads even matter if they are deleted now? They can certainly be found other ways for some time into the future anyways in various "historical data".

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    >> Not going to happen.

    I believe that it is or was built into the terms of use or something like that where you can have your account and posts deleted. Obviously it is highly discouraged (and I'm not even sure if that is still allowed), but it is a possibility.

    I would PM webmaster as I believe he would be the only one capable of doing that.

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    JOlszewski, from the few posts you've made, I see you didn't follow 'board etiquette' very well. There's no need to boo-hoo over your responces, just get over it and post properly; all will be well.
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