Today BlueVelvet closed a thread about 9/11 conspiracy. It was deemed to be redundant. There were several posters who complained because a similar thread had been recently open. The last post on the thread was early May - nearly two months ago. This is a very sensitive subject for many people. No one wants to believe 9/11 is any more than what has been reported. But, if there is no interest, the thread will die. It does not need to be censored. The excuse of being redundant is incredibly lame. How many posts a week do we get about: 1) What external hard drive should I get? 2) Where is the best source for memory for ... 3) Should I buy my ..... now? 4) Should I buy a ...... or a .......? etc, etc, etc. There is an incredible amount of redundant posting here. So, why single out one controversial subject, and ban it for redundancy, when it is relatively non-redundant by this forum's standards? Let's not get in the habit of deciding what people want to talk about, OK? Most posters on the new thread were against having another one. But, that is not their choice. Participating, or ignoring it is.