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Thread: An old review. To remove or not to remove?

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    An old review. To remove or not to remove?

    I reviewed an SP almost two years ago. Good points, bad points and physical features.

    Since then "the SP's friend" defended her a few months ago.
    A few hours ago "the SP" posted a small rant about washing, money and presents.
    A mod seems to have deleted all these protests.


    Should I delete that thread? Its been almost two years.
    Maybe some Merbite, pimp or other SP has waved that thread in her face.



    What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydragoat
    I reviewed an SP almost two years ago. Good points, bad points and physical features.

    Since then "the SP's friend" defended her a few months ago.
    A few hours ago "the SP" posted a small rant about washing, money and presents.
    A mod seems to have deleted all these protests.

    Should I delete that thread? Its been almost two years.
    Maybe some Merbite, pimp or other SP has waved that thread in her face.

    What do you think?
    Mr. Goat,

    I have an aversion to historical revisionism, but I did settle my hash with an SP and removed parts of a review, in fairness to the matter having been fixed (it was, shall we say, 50% service for which i received a 50% refund).

    However, if nothing has changed qualitatively for you, I'd suggest that if it in is the midst of numerous other positive reviews, she has nothing to truly worry about. If, on the other hand your negative comments are just one of many, well then she has a lot of washing for money and giving presents to do, or whatever it was she was talking about.
    You are cordially invited to toss my salad. There's an app for that!

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