Github user jacksontj commented on the issue:
    @jpeach The issue is that an event shows up after the object was 
destroyed() the destroy() mechanism sets the deleted flag-- previously what was 
happening is that if an event showed up after it was `destroy()`d then it would 
attempt to re-destroy it. This change is simply to not re-destroy it, but 
rather do nothing.

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