I know that this has come up before, but I think it bears repeating for new people to the forum. Here is what I want to say::
When you post a question and get lots of answers, it is helpful to many besides you. And the people who have taken the time and trouble to answer your question are thinking beyond your specific question to others who may have related questions. They hope to inform others besides just you. If you delete your post, all this helpful advice is lost to others. And those who have responded feel their time has been wasted.
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Today I wanted to post a follow-up response on a discussion about London sites for a teen interested in history. There was a lot of back-and-forth regarding the British Museum versus the London Museum. I found an interesting summary Inwanted to contribute to the discussion, but the thread was gone ( at least as far as I could tell). Very disappointing.
So here is the short article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/the-british-museum-is-full-of-plunder-the-museum-of-london-reflects-the-citys-soul/2019/11/13/3b2415c6-0272-11ea-8501-2a7123a38c58_story.html
And I hope newbies will take this in and not delete their posts! The only reason for that is when a discussion goes awry and turns mean or contentious. But in that case, the Webmaster will likely intervene to take care of the issue.