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Hey CK. I'm Tired of the above, it is ticking me off big time.
SEEMS LIKE EVERY OTHER POST IS FLAGGED WITH THIS.

WHO ELSE HAS SEEN THE SAME THING.
YES I KNOW I HAVE CAPS ON AS I WANT CK TO SEE THIS POST

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not sure

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I haven't received this post before.  But then, I don't POST TOO MUCH IN CAPS.

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Sorry for your frustration. Posts are flagged for review depending on the content or frequency of postings. This is to prevent automated spam from appearing on the site. Moderators, such as myself, review these posts daily and approve them. 

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