Shatner - 5:19 pm on Jul 13, 2011 (gmt 0)
This thread illustrates the problem we have whenever we try to discuss Panda recoveries.
First, 70% of the thread is taken up by people talking about how or why they think they HAVE NOT recovered.
20% is people claiming to recover who post no details.
10% is people who have recovered, and post some details, but leave out key items like how long their recovery has lasted, on what date they were pandalized, and so on on.
@conroy His post above is a perfect example of why this is important. Awhile back he posted that he recovered, and we all put him in the "ok here's an example of someone who recovered box"... but his recovery didn't last and it turns out it wasn't a real recovery, just a momentary spike.
Stuff like that makes it VERY hard to sort out what's going on with these recoveries, let alone determine what people are actually doing.
Combine that with the fact that a lot of people who have recovered didn't do ANYTHING at all... and it's easy to see why there's so much useless confusion and static around this subject.