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Show all of my question/answers to me even if they are deleted

I deleted several posts of mine that only had 1-3 votes because I was under the impression that I wouldn't lose rep. points. But then, of course, a recalculation occurred and I lost a lot of points. I know that if I go to a post I deleted, I can un-delete it. But I don't remember all of the questions that had answers I deleted.

Is there any list that includes my deleted posts, or all posts including deleted ones? I looked in my activity log and deleted ones aren't included. Is there a StackExchange public query, that would show this information?

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marked as duplicate by random Jun 3 '11 at 13:45

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FYI, it's generally considered bad form to delete your questions unless they were seriously flawed. Please leave them around so others can benefit from them. – Justin Morgan Jun 3 '11 at 14:33
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I don't think so. Since there were only a handful of them, I went through and undeleted all your positively voted answers that were "deleted by owner." Please be careful when deleting content folks! :)

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