Something really weird has happened in my new hub about Wreckless Eric. Yesterday, Danjutsu posted a comment saying that Eric is a legend in Brighton and had played a tribute gig for the late great Ian Dury. I had the same message twice to approve or deny. I denied one copy to save it displaying twice. Both messages also had the final sentence unfinished for some reason so I don't know how they were supposed to end but the bulk of it was there.
Now today I have come here to approve a follow up comment from Dan and he is asking where his message went. And this makes sense because in the approved comments he left before it now just says "Danjutsu says:" followed by no message at all and a blank space. So where has the text gone? Is this a case of virtual invisible ink that disappears after it is left?
by Christy Kirwan6 weeks ago
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