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10/14/2019 11:01:07 AM · #1
Some folks stuff remains while others are left with no trace. Do tell please how this difference occurs.
10/14/2019 11:23:52 AM · #2
I believe you can request that your profile is totally removed with the exception of challenge entries for obvious reasons, however your profile will be gone if you so request it.. Mine will remain for as long as the site is active.
10/14/2019 12:05:30 PM · #3
MAK is correct. When a request to delete an account is made, everything is deleted but challenge entries. They cannot be deleted.
10/14/2019 04:32:26 PM · #4
I totally misread the original post. I thought it had to do with what you do with corpses.
10/14/2019 06:35:02 PM · #5
Originally posted by tnun:

I totally misread the original post. I thought it had to do with what you do with corpses.


I actually hesitated to come in because I thought the same thing and wasn't really up to that kind of discussion :)
10/14/2019 09:33:33 PM · #6
Originally posted by tnun:

I totally misread the original post. I thought it had to do with what you do with corpses.


ROFL.
10/15/2019 12:25:29 AM · #7
Originally posted by VictorTom:

Some folks stuff remains while others are left with no trace. Do tell please how this difference occurs.

Everybody who has not canceled their account is searchable and findable :-) The profiles of those who are paid-up members show ALL their stored images as well as their challenge images. When a paid member reverts to a "white shirt" (registered member) the portfolio disappears but the challenge images remain. However, the portfolio remains in our archives, so if a white shirt decides to re-up to paid status all that portfolio stull will again become visible :-)
10/15/2019 02:31:50 AM · #8
Originally posted by tnun:

I totally misread the original post. I thought it had to do with what you do with corpses.


Misunderstandings can be life-changing! I got fired from my job for asking a customer if they wanted “smoking” or “non-smoking”. Apparently, the correct terms are “cremation” or “burial”. ;-)
10/15/2019 05:49:43 PM · #9
Originally posted by Martus:

Originally posted by tnun:

I totally misread the original post. I thought it had to do with what you do with corpses.


Misunderstandings can be life-changing! I got fired from my job for asking a customer if they wanted “smoking” or “non-smoking”. Apparently, the correct terms are “cremation” or “burial”. ;-)


Well at least you didn't mention BBQ in the same breath !!!
10/15/2019 09:12:07 PM · #10
Martus is baaaaack! Ha!

I love your humor, Martus.
10/15/2019 09:47:01 PM · #11
Originally posted by Martus:

Originally posted by tnun:

I totally misread the original post. I thought it had to do with what you do with corpses.


Misunderstandings can be life-changing! I got fired from my job for asking a customer if they wanted “smoking” or “non-smoking”. Apparently, the correct terms are “cremation” or “burial”. ;-)


That really burns me up when people do that!
10/16/2019 02:37:15 PM · #12
Originally posted by Lydia:

Martus is baaaaack! Ha!

I love your humor, Martus.


Hi Lydia! Glad to see some or the old gang is still around!
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