No, you can't hocus pocus a comment to be banished to the outer realms of the ether, but there is a short list of words that, if contained within a comment, cause the comment to be removed after a single flag.
Remember when we had a problem with folks brow beating other users about their accept rate? Well, guess what word was tossed into the magic cauldron? That's right, accept(ing).
Earlier today on Judaism, someone wrote a comment that began with:
I'm not accepting that [point totally irrelevant to the green check mark]
It was flagged, and deleted instantly. This isn't a huge problem in and of itself, though we might want to examine if we still need to fire on that particular phrase - the problem here is that a moderator could not undelete the comment. The only time a mod should be preventing from undeleting a comment is if the comment author was the one that deleted it.
Tagging this as a bug as I'm reasonably certain it's just an oversight.
- Leave a comment with a magic word
- Flag it as a non mod
- Preform the diamonding ritual, channel the cosmos as a non-developer
- Weep, as the ashes of your toils lay in ruins before you, powerless to return them to former glory.
Saying please and reloading the page had no effect, so I don't think this is due to the INTERCAL rewrite that we just finished.