Why my comment on my own poll "Not beleiving does not require faith" was submited for moderation?

Posted by: Cold-Mind

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Supernatural explanation

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Because someone is trolling me

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Because DDO has terrible administarion

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Because programmers of this website are just beginners

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JasperFrancisShickadance says2014-07-29T14:26:49.3619458-05:00
Supernatural explanation lol
Vere_Mendacium says2014-07-29T14:36:15.6528358-05:00
Most likely because you have received flags for previous posts, soo, none of the above. Perhaps you should submit code suggestions/revisions or simply ask for a refund.
Zylorarchy says2014-07-29T14:38:45.7838897-05:00
It basically means your comment will NEVER appear. It's annoying as hell.
ben671176 says2014-07-29T14:40:26.8587864-05:00
You wanted to say that to me, i'm guessing?
Rightwing15 says2014-07-29T14:46:36.9545040-05:00
Its annoying especially when you write a long one
ben671176 says2014-07-29T14:50:53.0465545-05:00
I should so report this topic and lol lol you complaining about moderation and I just report this post, lol.
Cold-Mind says2014-07-29T15:06:04.2975973-05:00
Ben, yes, I was saying it you. Report this as much as you like, administrators ought to have reports of their mistakes.
Haroush says2014-07-29T16:55:27.8788308-05:00
It's just a problem with the way the website is programmed.
Formerland1 says2014-07-29T19:46:48.3490877-05:00
I have no idea why it randomly moderates some but not others.
Rightwing15 says2014-07-29T19:47:37.9262883-05:00
Its a random pick i think
lannan13 says2014-08-01T08:57:43.4736079-05:00
Why are there two of these?

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