This account - , is my main account that's been banned from the NBA community. I did nothing wrong and I was wondering if there was anyway I could get back in on my main account?
I've made some pretty nice contributions to the community and I've been told by many that I've improved the community by giving them some insight and pretty good facts.
I average 15.27 favorites for each one of my post to your community and average 509.3 votes per poll I put up. I definitely did nothing wrong and I think me being banned from the community will subtract a good contributor. I'm probably a top 15 contributor to this community and I'm still growing.
Is there anyway I can come back on my main account? I would love to hear back from you.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are perfect examples. A form factor introduced by HTC three years ago, now we hold the A9 as a copy of the iPhone (albeit, HTC has bigger problems).
For that matter, how does a Lenovo Yoga work when flying? Is it only acceptable to use with the keyboard folded back?
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