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Title: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on July 31, 2015, 10:40:07 AM
Due to recent events. I think it's a good idea, to remove/get rid of the lock feature of threads.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: happytales on July 31, 2015, 10:46:22 AM
Why are threads being locked and posts being deleted?!?  :o >:(
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: GH on July 31, 2015, 10:48:21 AM
what happened to landofnoland ?  there goes one of the TIs "insiders" :(
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: bones on July 31, 2015, 10:49:15 AM
Why are threads being locked and posts being deleted?!?  :o >:(

Someone pissed off someone. Happens every so often here on TI.

#IHOfanclub

:)
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on July 31, 2015, 11:02:33 AM
Some people are way too serious.

Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: Happiness on July 31, 2015, 11:07:11 AM
Why are threads being locked and posts being deleted?!?  :o >:(

Someone pissed off someone. Happens every so often here on TI.

#IHOfanclub

:)
Except the "someone" we're talking about here is the most valuable source of information on this site.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: qwerty on July 31, 2015, 11:10:42 AM
Sucks to lose noland. Excellent info. All over the location of threads?

Damn u IHO!!!! You fake Mexican! :-)
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: bones on July 31, 2015, 11:11:04 AM
Why are threads being locked and posts being deleted?!?  :o >:(

Someone pissed off someone. Happens every so often here on TI.

#IHOfanclub

:)
Except the "someone" we're talking about here is the most valuable source of information on this site.

Yup which is why I'm not sure why someone picked this fight. :)
Sucks for the rest of us.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: AW on July 31, 2015, 11:11:37 AM
Yeah. Without a more legitimate source of info, this site has lost content thus less appealing. 
Unless he's moving it to a secret section whereby it's by invite only, you know, being exclusive, just like Irvine folks, lol
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: aquabliss on July 31, 2015, 11:17:13 AM
What did I miss...? someone PM me and let me know....
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: pisa on July 31, 2015, 11:19:43 AM
Why are threads being locked and posts being deleted?!?  :o >:(

Someone pissed off someone. Happens every so often here on TI.

#IHOfanclub

:)
Except the "someone" we're talking about here is the most valuable source of information on this site.
+1
Stupid to piss off and antagonize the most valuable source of info. Better idea is to just not pick on valuable posters.
Lots of great info from TD, OS and many others was lost due to this
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: pisa on July 31, 2015, 11:21:34 AM
What did I miss...? someone PM me and let me know....
IHO picked on LOL from what I gathered. A couple other snarky comments around also I think.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeowner on July 31, 2015, 11:25:17 AM
Sure... I'll take the blame. Since the evidence was erased, it will be more convenient that way.

Seems like someone found a way around deleting threads since that was supposed to be locked.

#scorchedTI
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: happytales on July 31, 2015, 11:25:49 AM
What did I miss...? someone PM me and let me know....

1. thelandofnoland started a poll to ask why tustin topics are in irvine thread
2. thelandofnoland started a carmel valley thread in irvine thread
3. IHO asked why is carmel valley in irvine threads (apparently as a joke)
4. thelandofnoland didn't like it
5. thelandofnoland locked and deleted posts
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: Happiness on July 31, 2015, 11:27:27 AM
Without TLONL, our only info will be from test, IHS, and the Toll Bros shills!
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: AW on July 31, 2015, 11:28:49 AM
Condolences to all of us.
We are in our grieving period.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on July 31, 2015, 11:31:03 AM
Sure... I'll take the blame. Since the evidence was erased, it will be more convenient that way.

Seems like someone found a way around deleting threads since that was supposed to be locked.

#scorchedTI

Your not to blame.

Just ask the admin to unlock the threads, and to take that feature away.

Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeowner on July 31, 2015, 11:31:58 AM
Stupid to piss off and antagonize the most valuable source of info. Better idea is to just not pick on valuable posters.
Lots of great info from TD, OS and many others was lost due to this
[...]
IHO picked on LOL from what I gathered. A couple other snarky comments around also I think.
Since you're going to call out members on exaggeration... can you explain exactly how I "picked on" LOL?

I would like to point out that I was not the first person to point out his Tustin threads being in the Irvine forum, nor did I vote multiple times on his poll to "keep it Irvine". Additionally, I wasn't the only one who commented that his Carmel Valley thread was in the Irvine forum.

As for TD, when a member threatens other members with physical violence, I don't care how useful his information his.

I do miss OS though.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: Happiness on July 31, 2015, 11:39:24 AM
I think IHO now understands what Walter Palmer felt like after he shot Cecil and THEN found the radio collar on his dead body.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: pisa on July 31, 2015, 11:41:19 AM
Stupid to piss off and antagonize the most valuable source of info. Better idea is to just not pick on valuable posters.
Lots of great info from TD, OS and many others was lost due to this
[...]
IHO picked on LOL from what I gathered. A couple other snarky comments around also I think.
Since you're going to call out members on exaggeration... can you explain exactly how I "picked on" LOL?

I would like to point out that I was not the first person to point out his Tustin threads being in the Irvine forum, nor did I vote multiple times on his poll to "keep it Irvine". Additionally, I wasn't the only one who commented that his Carmel Valley thread was in the Irvine forum.

As for TD, when a member threatens other members with physical violence, I don't care how useful his information his.

I do miss OS though.
Agree on TD.

Your post IMO implied lol was being hypocritical over trivial stuff. We all know lol is a serious poster. So no need to harp on little stuff with him IMO.

Since you took blame why don't u set the story straight on your exchange with him? I don't claim to recall the posts perfectly.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: bones on July 31, 2015, 11:42:16 AM
Speaking of test, he/she has been pretty MIA since noland came into the TI picture. Which begs the question?  Same person?  Maybe that explains why noland was so quick to pull the erase everything trigger.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: HMart on July 31, 2015, 11:45:29 AM
What did I miss...? someone PM me and let me know....

1. thelandofnoland started a poll to ask why tustin topics are in irvine thread
2. thelandofnoland started a carmel valley thread in irvine thread
3. IHO asked why is carmel valley in irvine threads (apparently as a joke)
4. thelandofnoland didn't like it
5. thelandofnoland locked and deleted posts

Why would any reasonable person take offense to this, and then delete all their posts? I'm really confused.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: pisa on July 31, 2015, 11:47:41 AM
What did I miss...? someone PM me and let me know....

1. thelandofnoland started a poll to ask why tustin topics are in irvine thread
2. thelandofnoland started a carmel valley thread in irvine thread
3. IHO asked why is carmel valley in irvine threads (apparently as a joke)
4. thelandofnoland didn't like it
5. thelandofnoland locked and deleted posts

Why would any reasonable person take offense to this, and then delete all their posts? I'm really confused.
There's a bit missing in there from what I recall. But that's ok
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeowner on July 31, 2015, 12:14:36 PM
I'm pretty sure test and noland are different people... I just think noland had better access to information so test couldn't keep up.

But my PandaSurferDetector may be malfunctioning.

As for setting the story straight... happytales got most of it. The only bits missed (other than me not being the only one pointing out the misplaced thread):

1. He posted too much information, asked other members not to re-post, some did, he asked them via PM to remove their posts, they did not and he vented about it (disclaimer: I was not one of those members)
2. The majority vote on his poll was to keep non-Irvine threads out of the Irvine forum (disclaimer: A poll which he posted, not me or anyone else)
3. I guess he got offended and defended his action saying that Carmel Valley is comparable to Irvine so it should be posted there. (now... you guys tell me, is that really a good reason considering his poll?)
4. I responded to his excuse pointing out that I didn't care really where he put his threads but that just because Carmel Valley may be like Irvine, isn't really a valid reason to post it in the Irvine forum and if he is going to ask people to respect his request to remove posts, he should also respect the members opinions on his poll.
5. He said that based on his poll, he stopped posting Tustin threads on the Irvine forum (even though he posted a Carmel Valley thread in the Irvine forum), he wasn't going to move his threads, he's going to stop posting on TI public forms and any information would only be available via PMs.
6. By the time I was able to respond to that, he had already started moving/deleting/locking threads.

And that's when TI blew up.

I may not be recalling it exactly, but it's not like I was calling him names, accusing him of crimes, or threatening his spouse.

I will say that the injustice here is he deleted other members' posts. I  can understand deleting your own posts... but to nuke entire threads is just bleh.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: . on July 31, 2015, 12:52:11 PM
how do you delete a post?  or a thread?
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on July 31, 2015, 01:21:55 PM
I'm pretty sure test and noland are different people... I just think noland had better access to information so test couldn't keep up.

But my PandaSurferDetector may be malfunctioning.

As for setting the story straight... happytales got most of it. The only bits missed (other than me not being the only one pointing out the misplaced thread):

1. He posted too much information, asked other members not to re-post, some did, he asked them via PM to remove their posts, they did not and he vented about it (disclaimer: I was not one of those members)
2. The majority vote on his poll was to keep non-Irvine threads out of the Irvine forum (disclaimer: A poll which he posted, not me or anyone else)
3. I guess he got offended and defended his action saying that Carmel Valley is comparable to Irvine so it should be posted there. (now... you guys tell me, is that really a good reason considering his poll?)
4. I responded to his excuse pointing out that I didn't care really where he put his threads but that just because Carmel Valley may be like Irvine, isn't really a valid reason to post it in the Irvine forum and if he is going to ask people to respect his request to remove posts, he should also respect the members opinions on his poll.
5. He said that based on his poll, he stopped posting Tustin threads on the Irvine forum (even though he posted a Carmel Valley thread in the Irvine forum), he wasn't going to move his threads, he's going to stop posting on TI public forms and any information would only be available via PMs.
6. By the time I was able to respond to that, he had already started moving/deleting/locking threads.

And that's when TI blew up.

I may not be recalling it exactly, but it's not like I was calling him names, accusing him of crimes, or threatening his spouse.

I will say that the injustice here is he deleted other members' posts. I  can understand deleting your own posts... but to nuke entire threads is just bleh.

I don't understand why he locked the thread. By doing that, previous posts of other people are gone. (It's like changing history)
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: GH on July 31, 2015, 01:53:36 PM
Without TLONL, our only info will be from test, IHS, and the Toll Bros shills!

you forgot ps9's google skill :)
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: ps9 on July 31, 2015, 02:04:23 PM
What happened?  Been busy at work. 
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: WillJoy on July 31, 2015, 02:19:51 PM
He seems to have left behind this thread. But why, why this one?

http://www.talkirvine.com/index.php/topic,13273.msg267142.html#msg267142

Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeowner on July 31, 2015, 03:13:56 PM
So the admin took away the move/lock ability... still not sure how LONL was able to delete everyone else's posts but maybe he knows his way around SMF and has done this before.

Admin can restore to yesterday's backup but that means all the posts today will be lost.

I think it should be done because the posts deleted were way more than any new ones today. And if LONL really wants to delete stuff, he can go back and edit just HIS posts.

What do you all think?
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: Harajuku on July 31, 2015, 03:31:11 PM
So the admin took away the move/lock ability... still not sure how LONL was able to delete everyone else's posts but maybe he knows his way around SMF and has done this before.

Admin can restore to yesterday's backup but that means all the posts today will be lost.

I think it should be done because the posts deleted were way more than any new ones today. And if LONL really wants to delete stuff, he can go back and edit just HIS posts.

What do you all think?


From TLONL: Don't do it.  The consequences for restoring the posts will make me take even more action and the situation will be worse than it already is. 
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on July 31, 2015, 03:40:09 PM
How did he get privilege to lock the threads?
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: bones on July 31, 2015, 03:48:33 PM
You can restore all you want but the greater loss here is the loss of any future information that noland woulda provided.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: happytales on July 31, 2015, 04:14:09 PM
So the admin took away the move/lock ability... still not sure how LONL was able to delete everyone else's posts but maybe he knows his way around SMF and has done this before.

Admin can restore to yesterday's backup but that means all the posts today will be lost.

I think it should be done because the posts deleted were way more than any new ones today. And if LONL really wants to delete stuff, he can go back and edit just HIS posts.

What do you all think?


From TLONL: Don't do it.  The consequences for restoring the posts will make me take even more action and the situation will be worse than it already is.

All we want are the posts that other members posted. He can go back and edit his own stuff. Yes, he started the threads but to go and delete valuable information from other members too? That's taking it to the extreme.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on July 31, 2015, 04:26:35 PM
I found the Answer to the lock thread issue.

Apparently, there is a "mod" on SMF to lock a thread for a person who is not an admin.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: ps9 on July 31, 2015, 04:28:42 PM
What's done is done, you can't flux capaxitor your hot tub and change the past, what if we get stuck like a groundhog.  Just let goose go and lock up the key master.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: pisa on July 31, 2015, 04:33:37 PM
What's done is done, you can't flux capaxitor your hot tub and change the past, what if we get stuck like a groundhog.  Just let goose go and lock up the key master.
+1
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: qwerty on July 31, 2015, 04:57:47 PM
So perhaps it wasn't iho's fault? Sounds like maybe it was a work issue where he could get in trouble?
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: pisa on July 31, 2015, 05:01:17 PM
So perhaps it wasn't iho's fault? Sounds like maybe it was a work issue where he could get in trouble?
That seems plausible also
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: WillJoy on July 31, 2015, 05:52:02 PM
My guess is that this whole incident was an act of threat or revenge. TLONL had an issue with Admin. Admin couldn't care less about TLONL's contribution to the forum and allowed TLONL to remove his/her posts. Settling personal differences like this is a bit, hmmm, must be very satisfying to both parties involved. It is exactly how I settle differences with my wife.

Could they be married to each other?
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: WillJoy on July 31, 2015, 06:02:44 PM
Come on, TLONL, tell us what happened since you are hanging around. Is this a hubby and wife thing? Huh? The suspense is killing us.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on July 31, 2015, 08:46:22 PM
Is this consider as a cyber attack?
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: AW on July 31, 2015, 09:03:59 PM
So perhaps it wasn't iho's fault? Sounds like maybe it was a work issue where he could get in trouble?
That seems plausible also
Yeah, that could be the reason.
Just turned TI into the land of no insider info
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: pisa on July 31, 2015, 10:02:52 PM
Is this consider as a cyber attack?
I don't think so.
http://www.techopedia.com/definition/24748/cyberattack

you may not get the posts back, but if it's not work-related, and you want noland back (more important imo), best chance might be if someone(s) tried to make amends with the guy over pm.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: WTTCHMN on July 31, 2015, 11:09:52 PM
Is this consider as a cyber attack?
I don't think so.
http://www.techopedia.com/definition/24748/cyberattack

you may not get the posts back, but if it's not work-related, and you want noland back (more important imo), best chance might be if someone(s) tried to make amends with the guy over pm.

You mean IHO?  :o
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeowner on August 01, 2015, 08:48:42 AM
I don't think this was a disagreement between LONL and the admin... I don't even think the admin knew about it.

The problem I see here is LONL didn't just delete his posts, he deleted everyone else's which is poor forum etiquette. I didn't have issues with LONL before and he seemed like a very helpful member but his latest actions has tainted my opinion of him. Just the fact that he's sending messages through another member is weird.

I'm sure he's an upstanding guy but if you're going to go all scorched earth because you can't take a joke about your own poll/actions, then maybe the Internet is not for you. And once you start thinking that your presence/posts are a privilege to this forum and that you have the right to do whatever you want because of the information you provide... well... no one is that special. TI exists as a community and its members working together to provide organized content and discussion. No one member is more important than the other. I don't think I have any more "rights" to post on TI than anyone else, nor do I think my posts are proprietary property that is a gift to mankind.

Maybe his bosses did tell him to delete his posts. But if that were the case why did he say "I know what gets me in trouble so don't worry about me" when we would tell him to be careful?

Maybe his co-workers knew who he was and his latest antics made him look a bit petty and maybe that's why he nuked them.

I would agree with bones that TI is losing the value of LONL's future posts but if the cost is that member thinking they have the right to do whatever they want and can't be subject to criticism... well... TI was fine before and TI will be fine after.

I vote for restoring his threads even if it means nuking the last 2 days of posts (including this TL;dr soliloquy), because:

1. No member should have their posts deleted without their consent (unless their post breaks forum rules)
2. What goes on in TI should stay in TI :)

TI Time Machine gooooooo!!

P.S. If LONL has issues with me personally, he is free to PM me.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: ps9 on August 01, 2015, 09:18:25 AM
You know all of this could've been avoided if you did the ps9 double smiley face after not so offensive comment but taken way too seriously reaction.

:) :)
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on August 01, 2015, 09:23:30 AM
I don't think this was a disagreement between LONL and the admin... I don't even think the admin knew about it.

The problem I see here is LONL didn't just delete his posts, he deleted everyone else's which is poor forum etiquette. I didn't have issues with LONL before and he seemed like a very helpful member but his latest actions has tainted my opinion of him. Just the fact that he's sending messages through another member is weird.

I'm sure he's an upstanding guy but if you're going to go all scorched earth because you can't take a joke about your own poll/actions, then maybe the Internet is not for you. And once you start thinking that your presence/posts are a privilege to this forum and that you have the right to do whatever you want because of the information you provide... well... no one is that special. TI exists as a community and its members working together to provide organized content and discussion. No one member is more important than the other. I don't think I have any more "rights" to post on TI than anyone else, nor do I think my posts are proprietary property that is a gift to mankind.

Maybe his bosses did tell him to delete his posts. But if that were the case why did he say "I know what gets me in trouble so don't worry about me" when we would tell him to be careful?

Maybe his co-workers knew who he was and his latest antics made him look a bit petty and maybe that's why he nuked them.

I would agree with bones that TI is losing the value of LONL's future posts but if the cost is that member thinking they have the right to do whatever they want and can't be subject to criticism... well... TI was fine before and TI will be fine after.

I vote for restoring his threads even if it means nuking the last 2 days of posts (including this TL;dr soliloquy), because:

1. No member should have their posts deleted without their consent (unless their post breaks forum rules)
2. What goes on in TI should stay in TI :)

TI Time Machine gooooooo!!

P.S. If LONL has issues with me personally, he is free to PM me.

IHO - don't worry you did nothing wrong. People joke around all the time on TI.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on August 01, 2015, 09:30:46 AM
Okay so I just looked at my previous posts. I clicked on my profile and clicked on show posts.

So for the posts that were effected. It looks like the name of the thread has been changed, but most posts are there unless it was specifically removed. So if we really want to see a topic that you posted previously you can do that.

I'm just thinking about a solution. Should we just "remake the topic" and copy and paste the old posts? The simple way is to get the admin to unlock the posts.

Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeowner on August 01, 2015, 09:37:30 AM
You know all of this could've been avoided if you did the ps9 double smiley face after not so offensive comment but taken way too seriously reaction.

:) :)
Actually... the yaliu triple would have been better.

:) :) :)
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeshopper on August 01, 2015, 11:30:25 AM
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Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: qwerty on August 01, 2015, 11:45:28 AM
Every situation needs a fall guy.  I vote for IHO :-)
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: bones on August 01, 2015, 11:48:15 AM
Who cares. The majority of posts in TI are useless and forgettable (mine included). The ones that are useful are rarely relooked at. Otherwise, the same questions wouldn't be asked over and over again.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: bones on August 01, 2015, 11:49:08 AM
Every situation needs a fall guy.  I vote for IHO :-)

IHO eats TI members for B/L/D!!
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeowner on August 01, 2015, 12:07:17 PM
So how he did it is solved. It's basically what eyephone said.

Without going through the details, let's just say he was very smart in trying to hide the threads which makes me wonder about the why.

This is probably what he meant by archiving the threads and you could only find them via PM to him.

You can find the original threads back in the Irvine Real Estate forums but they will have numbers for their subject titles, so finding content will be harder by subject, you will just need to search via keyword.

So no posts were deleted and the admin was able to find them and move them back.

Now I'm wondering if LONL is going to show up himself and discuss this.

#TIDramaForYourMama
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeowner on August 01, 2015, 12:08:38 PM
Every situation needs a fall guy.  I vote for IHO :-)
I do look a little like Lee Majors.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on August 01, 2015, 12:12:51 PM
http://www.talkirvine.com/index.php/topic,13350.msg268979.html#msg268979

Here is the convo.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: irvinehomeshopper on August 03, 2015, 02:45:06 PM
LOLN's identity is blown. Corporate companies or company hires profilers to crack his identity. There is duress to his business and employment. He deleted many posts relative to the industry's proprietary information. There is no freedom of speech here in this city. Noland gave away too much information of himself recently that he is finally silenced. For the rest of you you can talk about just anything nothing will happen to you. TEST's one liners continue to conceal her identity and the professional profilers have not been able to ruin her. TEST knows the cat and mouse game well and continue to avoid being captured. There is a lot of effort to suppress information to conceal the truth from the public. Both private and public sectors have so much creative accounting to hide.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: WillJoy on August 03, 2015, 03:09:43 PM
LOLN's identity is blown. Corporate companies or company hires profilers to crack his identity. There is duress to his business and employment. He deleted many posts relative to the industry's proprietary information. There is no freedom of speech here in this city. Noland gave away too much information of himself recently that he is finally silenced. For the rest of you you can talk about just anything nothing will happen to you. TEST's one liners continue to conceal her identity and the professional profilers have not been able to ruin her. TEST knows the cat and mouse game well and continue to avoid being captured. There is a lot of effort to suppress information to conceal the truth from the public. Both private and public sectors have so much creative accounting to hide.

Doh. You've just given away test's gender. A red herring? Is it not? Or is it not not?
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: AW on August 03, 2015, 03:11:54 PM
They're one of the same... WoooooOOOooo
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eclipxe on August 03, 2015, 10:18:27 PM
This is all my fault. I should have never said anything about Tustin topics in the Irvine forum.

Sorry guys and gals.

Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on August 11, 2015, 09:09:23 PM
I think he is still around, since he changed the name of some threads.
Title: Re: Remove the Lock feature
Post by: eyephone on December 12, 2015, 08:31:53 AM
"P.S. All public posts for Eastwood, Orchard Hills Neighborhood 3, Great Park Superphase 2, etc. will be suspended as of now. If someone wants it, I expect an apology from IHS. Otherwise, IHS may have the honor of posting it."

Now he is asking for an apology.

#ThisIsGettingOld