Did my account get suspended for protesting Yapoo and I don't even know it?

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Thank you for your time Nick, may I inquire as to what happened in this
particular instance?
Thanks again?

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Hello,

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I understand you have a problem with your content being deleted.
Content
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Nick

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I protest. This is not a violation of TOS. Animals, Have a cigar and
Wish you were here are all compositions by the band Pink Floyd. Why on
Earth would this get removed?
Thanks for your swift attention in this matter.

Yahoo! Answers wrote:
Hello Church of B.O. (illrodent)
You have posted content to Yahoo! Answers in violation of our
Community Guidelines or Terms of Service. As a result, your content has
been deleted. Community Guidelines help to keep Yahoo! Answers a safe
and useful community, so we appreciate your consideration of its rules.

Question: Dogs, pigs or sheep?
Question Details: I wish you were here, I'd give you a cigar...



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Update: By the way... How would I be reading their email with a suspended account? I have presented myself with a paradox and am forced to selfdestruct... in 5... 4... 3...
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