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This user has removed all of the question text from his questions and replace it with, "This has been fixed."

I've rolledback a few, but there are 24 more questions to go and he's actively rollingback other people's rollbacks to his rollbacks. Can a moderator step in and restore these questions and disassociate them from this user in case he doesn't want them associated with his account anymore?

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Account is now under 24-hour suspension. – Jon Seigel Oct 15 '10 at 2:40
@Jon Yea, I was telling the people in Chat that I blinked and he was suspended. I hadn't thought the moderators would do that, but I can see why. He was actively rolling back after people would edit. Hopefully he cools down or at least asks for directions. – George Stocker Oct 15 '10 at 2:41
Yeah, we'll have to watch what happens when the penalty box door opens. – Jon Seigel Oct 15 '10 at 2:43
And apparently he's just studying for a midterm and asking questions from the sample exam... – Jared Harley Oct 15 '10 at 2:44
@Jared: Maybe he thought he was covering his tracks. ::chortles:: – dmckee Oct 15 '10 at 2:50
@jared how do you know that? – George Stocker Oct 15 '10 at 2:58
Hm, I saw this user two (?) days ago, wrote a long comment to him about how to use the site properly and the next thing I knew the entire question had been deleted. For what it's worth. – Pops Oct 15 '10 at 3:01
@George See his comment from this question, also seen here in a screenshot (in case it gets deleted): – Jared Harley Oct 15 '10 at 6:00
@George and I see now that Random quoted him as well in his answer below. – Jared Harley Oct 15 '10 at 6:01
Always funny to see "can a mod intervene" from someone who later got a diamond. Congrats on that! – Pops Jul 3 '12 at 14:59
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Looking for possible motivation and the spurs, we hark back to 26 September 2010, a moderately sunny day with chance of hail and tornado.

In Count the distinct characters in a string in Scheme we have these comments:

If this is homework, please say so and also say what building blocks you're limited to. If it isn't, please also say so and let us know if we can use stuff in SRFI-13 – Daniel Martin Sep 26 at 1:09

ok yes it is homework, and I am limited to certain built in functions, Ill add them to my post ^ – Brian Sep 26 at 1:20

And then 10 days later on Running time of stacking two queues

Why no, I won't do your homework for you. But yes, I will help you once you're willing to put forth some effort on your end. – AndyPerfect Oct 5 at 23:18

its not homework, I am studying for a midterm and its an example in the text but theres no answer so I am asking you. – Brian Oct 5 at 23:45

Looks like the typical behaviour of someone trying to cover their tracks and not show the work of others as they ploddle to solve their end of chapter quizzes.

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This looks like an issue as well (screenshot of his recently-asked questions):

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