Of course my OP wasn't serious, just got a grin out of the last thread someone posted about threads being deleted being instantly deleted.
Of course they do what they want. Just seems pointless and restricting to their customers (ok, some of them, anyway). They're under no obligation to respond, and almost certainly won't, and the thread will be deleted in a few seconds anyway.
No, no, the other guy (girl?) is right. The website name www.diablo3sucks.com is available, and would make an excellent venue for former Diablo3 players, well away from moderators or hackers who manage to delete my posts and others' on a regular basis even though I'm not attacking anyone. The last post I made before this was a reply to people making D3 "builds", and I joked about D2 builds. Why did that get deleted, under General Discussion, since it is a direct comparison to D3 builds? All my previous posts have been deleted, actually. Xoh is correct - something wrong is happening here. And I bet this post won't last, either. Or the thread will disappear....
The point you are missing, and why I don't know, is that when you post on a forum NOT OWNED by yourself, you do it with respect, or you don't post at all. Im sure your parents gave you similar reasoning as regards to how you approach others in school, especially teachers, etc. ? I'ts not different here, and to suggest otherwise is ludicrous and arrogant. The code of conduct is there for a reason, and you can be deleted just for causing ' forum discord'.
The point of all of this, is to engage in healthful discussion about D3. Forums are here to help others , not to sidetrack by insulting advertisement for , ahem, other websites, all which add ZERO to a constructive discussion.
That's not difficult to comprehend.