Why can’t my other thread be accessed?

Posted Dec 26, 2012 at 1:34 pm in Threads > Opinions

I created a thread entitled, “Dear Google,…” An Android Wish List but yet when I try to post or access that thread it won’t let me.

What did I do wrong?

Thanks in advance!


  • Puzzled by Choice

    I thought that the thread was still pending site moderator approval or something, so I let it simmer through the night, but this morning it’s still apparently broken.

    For how did I break the system? Wif my fat fingers?

  • Auzo

    I think it may be lost in the Ether…

    Seriously though, I would guess that all the punctuation marks you used made it impossible for the system to properly link to it. When i try and click on it, it just takes me to the home page.

    • Auzo

      Punctuation marks you used in the Title that is.

      • LucenNox

        So punctuation screws up thread accessing? That’s 20 points down the drain.

  • redraider133

    I was wondering why it kept taking me back to the home page when I tried to click on your thread.

  • Puzzled by Choice

    So I effectively broke the internet…. yikes. Leave it to me. Thanks for all the help guys. Vote ups for the help ups!

    • fenlon

      From what I can tell, the thread system on this site seem to be a work in progress. Other people have pointed out that it is not possible to get to the “next page” of threads. I am sure after the crazy giveaway days are over, these bugs will be sorted out.

  • Fiasko

    Hey I really do like your topic though.

    The biggest Google wish I have is for them to have the next Nexus device be built by HTC. LG did a pretty good job and my Nexus 4 is amazing, but I just miss the HTC build quality.

    Also a bezeless phone is my dream. I know they say people “want” bezels, but I for one do not!

    Here is a Nexus concept (I’m guessing from Motorola) that I cant wait for.


    • Puzzled by Choice

      Could this be an early inspiration for the rumored X phone? Looks pretty sharp and I personally think Motorola has good build quality. At least in terms of durability. I’ve had moto droids as my last few phones and they can take a fair share of abuse (drops that is).

      And yes a bezel’less phone would be cool. I just hope they don’t sacrifice durability to do this. Surely these glass/screen manufacturers are developing screens with drop/impact hazards in mind.

      We’ll see.

      • Fiasko

        From what I have read, durability is not the reasoning for keeping the bezels. I love my Nexus 4, but why get rid of physical buttons if you are not going to use the saved space for screen real estate?