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I was shocked to see 40 points dropdown in my Reputation this morning with the remark ‘User is removed.’ I have no idea about what it means!

This happened after placing the question asking the usage of the word ‘lackadaisical’ yesterday (June 9th, 2012), and it’s the first experience for me to witness such a thing. I don’t know what is wrong with having asked the above question.

Does ‘User is removed’ mean I was somehow ‘disapproved of’ as the English Language & Usage member by posting the above question?

I think the description is very much confusing and unkind to the users who are unfamiliar with this jargon.

I was shocked to see 40 points dropdown in my Reputation this morning with the remark ‘User is removed.’ I have no idea about what it means!

This happened after placing the question asking the usage of the word ‘lackadaisical’ yesterday (June 9th, 2012), and it’s the first experience for me to witness such a thing. I don’t know what is wrong with having asked the above question.

Does ‘User is removed’ mean I was somehow ‘disapproved of’ as the English Language & Usage member by posting the above question?

I was shocked to see 40 points dropdown in my Reputation this morning with the remark ‘User is removed.’ I have no idea about what it means!

This happened after placing the question asking the usage of the word ‘lackadaisical’ yesterday (June 9th, 2012), and it’s the first experience for me to witness such a thing. I don’t know what is wrong with having asked the above question.

Does ‘User is removed’ mean I was somehow ‘disapproved of’ as the English Language & Usage member by posting the above question?

I think the description is very much confusing and unkind to the users who are unfamiliar with this jargon.

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What does 'User removed'‘User removed’ mean? And why did I get a significant chop-tdowndown of reputation?

I was shocked to see 40 points dropdown in my Reputation this morning with the remark ‘User is removed.’ I have no idea about what it means?!

This happened after placing the question asking the usage of the word, ‘lackadaisical’ yesterday (June 9th9th, 2012), and it'sit’s the first experience for me to witness such a thing. I don’t know what is wrong with having asked the above question. 

Does ‘User is removed’ mean I was dsapprovedsomehow ‘disapproved of’ as the English Language & Usage member by posting the above question?

What does 'User removed' mean? And why did I get a significant chop-tdown of reputation?

I was shocked to see 40 points dropdown in my Reputation this morning with the remark ‘User is removed.’ I have no idea about what it means? This happened after placing the question asking the usage of the word, ‘lackadaisical’ yesterday (June 9th), and it's the first experience for me to witness such a thing. I don’t know what is wrong with having asked the above question. Does ‘User is removed’ mean I was dsapproved as the English Language & Usage member by posting the above question?

What does ‘User removed’ mean? And why did I get a significant chop-down of reputation?

I was shocked to see 40 points dropdown in my Reputation this morning with the remark ‘User is removed.’ I have no idea about what it means!

This happened after placing the question asking the usage of the word ‘lackadaisical’ yesterday (June 9th, 2012), and it’s the first experience for me to witness such a thing. I don’t know what is wrong with having asked the above question. 

Does ‘User is removed’ mean I was somehow ‘disapproved of’ as the English Language & Usage member by posting the above question?

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What does 'User removed' mean? And why did I get a significant cutdownchop-tdown of reputation?

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