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Exclusion errors #1

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https://yiff.party/patreon/22053952 (cathydancer) she's twerk dancer
https://yiff.party/patreon/19119082 (xxxparvadi)
https://yiff.party/patreon/13857252 (elinatwrk)
https://yiff.party/patreon/8349484 (natalie roush)
https://yiff.party/patreon/2958466 (datmommy)

What happened to the last two threads?

i don't know

>>112580
They were excluded.

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http://web.archive.org/web/20200525161401/https://yiff.party/patreon/22053952

https://data.yiff.party/patreon_data/22053952/36898219/DSC01688.JPG
https://data.yiff.party/patreon_data/22053952/36425240/IMG_1517.jpg
https://data.yiff.party/patreon_data/22053952/35916721/IMG_0621.jpg
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https://data.yiff.party/patreon_data/22053952/35316741/IMG_9394.jpg
https://data.yiff.party/patreon_data/22053952/32868699/post_file.png

>>112650
links are working

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https://web.archive.org/web/20200601055121/https://yiff.party/patreon/8349484

https://data.yiff.party/patreon_data/8349484/37146858/natres.jpg
https://data.yiff.party/patreon_data/8349484/37014314/natres-6-2.jpg
links not working

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>>112650
https://yiff.party/patreon/22053952 (cathydancer) she's twerk dancer -Creator excluded-
https://yiff.party/patreon/2815718 (KittyKatK8lynn) she's old patreon is open :D

>>113124
this is bullshit :)

None of those are wrong, patreon whores are a main part of the policy

>>113314
exactly this is bullshit

>>112650
>>112656
>>113124
Where's the error? >>112580

>>113483
Cathy's New patreon(cathydancer) = Creator excluded
Cathy's Old Patreon (kittykatk8lynn) = Open????

Is there an explanation for this?

How is one violating and the other not?
this is joke :D

>>113507
>>113508
Flag it and move on. It may be redundant, but this is still an _exclusion_ error thread.

>>113865
I 'dont think both of them violate

.t flaggots

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