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In this specific instance this behavior is a dead ringer for a known troll that crops up every once in a while. Specifically, the inflammatory image or link the user supposedly stumbled over with the request to "refute" it for the greater good. Here's a brief sampling from a quick regex looking for the word "refute", if you checked the ...


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JJJ has addressed the issue of the question's use of a racial slur, and since I can't see the meme anymore (even with 20k+) since imgur has removed it, I won't comment on that. I'd argue, though, that the question would have been off-topic even if there wasn't a Code of Conduct violation: Someone posted the following infographic to reddit before it was ...


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I deleted the question after it was flagged as rude/abusive. The main reason that the rude/abusive flag holds is because it contains a racial slur (the orange text on the left), which I won't repeat here. This could have been resolved if the question was framed on the figures in the sources without the picture ever being mentioned. I don't think it's ...


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On face value - nothing offensive per se in asking to debunk something. Just there were other issues: unclear title what exactly is being challenged - salvageable; somewhat looked that the author had an agenda and put little effort - poor but salvageable; Something in line of "reddit removed it" is not a good enough thing to make it notable, ...


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I would consider things like that out of scope of this site for 3 reasons. Generally people posting things like that don't care about the facts so a fact check won't stop them from believing it or spreading it. This could lead to a never ending list of things we need to fact check and debunk as there is a never end of these types of memes created At worst ...


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