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Flags are the best way to raise awareness. If it's deleted (as in this case) but you're concerned, please do err on the side of letting mods know somehow. Sometimes somebody posts something in {haste, heat, frustration}, realizes it was inappropriate, and deletes it. If it happens once, then lesson presumably learned and we move on. But if there's a ...


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You can see the question because you have the access to moderator tools privilege (which includes the ability to view deleted posts) and you have a way to it (via your inbox, and I suspect also via your comment and vote histories). So what's the protocol here? Flag it for moderator attention. Generally, whenever you see something that violates the Code ...


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If there was a better way to handle that, then what was it? How would you have gone about resolving that? If you see content that you're concerned about - whether because you think it is inappropriate or rude etc. then disengaging and flagging is absolutely the correct course of action.


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As explicitly stated in the help center... To prevent your question from being flagged and possibly removed, avoid asking subjective questions where … every answer is equally valid: “What’s your favorite [blank]?” your answer is provided along with the question, and you expect more answers: “I use [blank] for [blank], what do you use?” there is no actual ...


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