QUOTE --- When they delete a blog post they drive home the point that it really isn't your blog - and you are right, you are wasting your time by posting it. I only have about a 50 percent success rate in getting my blogs published here - the rest have been deleted. People who don' t like what you say can also get your post deleted by attacking or using foul language in the comments, then Boonex will also censor the post, even if you really did nothing wrong. You are right also - when you reply to see more a blog post that they don't like for one reason or another, you have totally wasted your time. I remember making a long post about how to safely move Boonex from one directory to another that they deleted the next day - totally wasting my time. --- END QUOTE

Hmmmm, and I always thought that Boonex/Unity was in Australia ???
That type of behavior is something that you'd expect to see out of a site from ... CHINA ... where sensorship runs rampant.
You're absolutely right, Caltrade. Blogs are indeed supposed to be personal and to delete personal blog efforts is just plain wrong as long as the "blog provider" has rules which are being followed. That's the thing that makes forums different from blogs since forums are commonly designed to be edited/corrected forum wide by a team, while blogs are only supposed to be edited by the owner of his or her personal message (if the rules are being followed). On the other hand, if there is no set of rules that is set by the blog provider, then it's kind'a stupid to offer the ability to blog in the first place since your blogging members are always at risk of having the carpet yanked from under their feet. SHAME ON SUCH BEHAVIOR !!!
Below is the legacy version of the Boonex site, maintained for Dolphin.Pro 7.x support.
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