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    How do I get an old post removed?

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    Best way is, (assuming it's your own) to go in to it and edit it to simply say "Post deleted by OP."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Father Bill View Post
    Best way is, (assuming it's your own) to go in to it and edit it to simply say "Post deleted by OP."
    Unless it's truly old, in which case the thread may be locked. And in that case, you would request a moderator to help you with that.

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