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This question was posted by a user who has been trolling the network by creating sock-puppets and posting low-quality questions with an intention to get a reaction. This person is not welcome to participate on our network and should not be posting questions or answers - it's not an automatic artifact of the merge (the merge by itself doesn't trigger the ...


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This question was automatically (edit: apparently manually - see Cesar's answer) deleted when the poster's account was merged with an account currently serving a network-wide suspension. This has occurred recently - see the timeline for this question, for example. In that case, the post was undeleted by (Pol.SE mod) JJJ, in part due to it being well-received ...


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I think your downvotes both here and there are more about your own misrepresentations or misinterpretations. You start off with a pretty aggressive tone and never stop to reflect on what others provide to you as feedback. I don't personally believe that points to the user-base here being biased, but rather the OP themselves. I was not around to witness this ...


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As Cesar explained in his answer, the user who posted the question is no longer welcome to participate on this site (or any other site in the Stack Exchange network). For moderators, there are basically two options on how the user's questions can be handled: We can leave the question unharmed, but the asker won't be back to respond to comments or to accept ...


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No, it's not. (See how uninformative an answer to such a q can be?) To copy my earlier comments here regarding the "Is Twitter biased" question, slightly edited for clarity: What I was trying to convey in my comments on the question before we were... ahem... interrupted (by the question being deleted) is that a question that simply asks for a ...


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