I received the following notice of a deleted post (one of many recently), but I'm quite mystified as to what language in the comment was inappropriate. This was in reply to another member who posted a link to a rant thread on another web site. His comment is still there, but this reply to it was deleted. Someone please point out the inappropriate language to me as I'm rather puzzled by this one.
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A copy of your message for reference:
If you do a keyword search for macbook pro on dpreview.com you will find many rational discussions about the new MBPs as well as more general discussions regarding the matte versus glossy issue. Fortunately, most of the threads I read there were governed by the level of decorum I expect to see when professionals discuss issues amongst themselves.
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iMac 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo, MBP 2.53 GHz, Mac OS X (10.5.5), The more I think, the more I think I shouldn't think more.