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Posts on reddit can get flagged by an automatic spam filter. This tends to happen pretty often to new users to a particular subreddit -- the spam filter is per-subreddit, so you may still be treated as a new user on /r/ImGoingToHellForThis even if you're a regular on another subreddit. That is the most common cause for post removal. It could have also ...


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Most of these are markers to show you that the text has been deleted. There is nothing to see. There really isn't supposed to be a way to access it unless you can find a cache of the page before that text was deleted. So instead of showing: [deleted] the AskReddit subreddit just added in images to visually spice it up If you look into the ...


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This will depend on the subreddit. If the subreddit doesn't state its guidelines or policy regarding posting your own content or reposts in its sidebar or its subreddit wiki/FAQ, it's best to ask the mods of the subreddit first (through the 'Message the Moderators' link in the sidebar). The Reddit FAQ has this to say about spam posts: What constitutes ...


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I was able to do this using Reddit Enhancement Suite (RES) in Chrome* by adding "self" as a "domain" filter. *Also works for Firefox, Safari, and Opera browsers



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