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It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoinsminiature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had their morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had their morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had their morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

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It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had theirtheir morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had their morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had their morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

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It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoinsminiature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had theirtheir morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had their morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

It's been repeated multiple times:

Comments are disposable

They're meant to be used to help improve answers and questions. They are like miniature meta discussoins.


From your first edit of the question:

In this particular instance, two comments were deleted because they added nothing to the answer and could be construed as rude.


From your second edit of the question

These comments were removed because an edit had been made to the answer that addressed these comments. (Indeed, the scripture you quoted was used in the answer for support of the answer.)


Let me give you some general guidelines of why and when moderators delete comments (not just me, but all moderators). Comments are often deleted when:

  • they are rude (or could by any stretch of any imagination, be conceived as rude).
  • they are flagged as rude by someone else.
  • they are too chatty (or flagged as too chatty)
  • they are obsolete (or flagged as obsolete)
  • the wind is blowing out of the southwest
  • the lights are too bright
  • the moderator hasn't had their morning coffee.
  • someone leaves a comment

Comments are temporary and are meant to point out flaws with the answer. Any and all comments can be deleted at any point, without justification, without reasoning, and without consent.

I do my best to be both fair and respectful. But comments are temporary.


Having said all of this, it bears repeating:

Comments are disposable

You cannot trust them to stick around.

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