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Question deletion has been reversedQuestion deletion has been reversed

Yesterday, somebody did a drive-by down voting on a question I asked about how the Logitech G13 interacts with Star Trek Online. The question had been open and unanswered for about four months.

Today, the question is completely gone. How does this happen? Why is it allowed?

Question deletion has been reversed

Yesterday, somebody did a drive-by down voting on a question I asked about how the Logitech G13 interacts with Star Trek Online. The question had been open and unanswered for about four months.

Today, the question is completely gone. How does this happen? Why is it allowed?

Question deletion has been reversed

Yesterday, somebody did a drive-by down voting on a question I asked about how the Logitech G13 interacts with Star Trek Online. The question had been open and unanswered for about four months.

Today, the question is completely gone. How does this happen? Why is it allowed?

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Question deletion has been reversed

Yesterday, somebody did a drive-by down voting on a question I asked about how the Logitech G13 interacts with Star Trek Online. The question had been open and unanswered for about four months.

Today, the question is completely gone. How does this happen? Why is it allowed?

Yesterday, somebody did a drive-by down voting on a question I asked about how the Logitech G13 interacts with Star Trek Online. The question had been open and unanswered for about four months.

Today, the question is completely gone. How does this happen? Why is it allowed?

Question deletion has been reversed

Yesterday, somebody did a drive-by down voting on a question I asked about how the Logitech G13 interacts with Star Trek Online. The question had been open and unanswered for about four months.

Today, the question is completely gone. How does this happen? Why is it allowed?

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Deleted Question - What Gives?

Yesterday, somebody did a drive-by down voting on a question I asked about how the Logitech G13 interacts with Star Trek Online. The question had been open and unanswered for about four months.

Today, the question is completely gone. How does this happen? Why is it allowed?