I clicked a link under 'notifications' to a forum thread I'm following (actually started), and at the top of the page, got this message:
"Sorry, the post you are looking for is no longer available on this page. If it still exists you should be able to find it here now:
Well, that was interesting, because in looking at the URL address bar, that's exactly where I was, and all clicking the advisory link did was refresh the page, and then, after a few seconds, the same message re-appeared.
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