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11:24 PM
Unless you give them cookies and make an agreement.
 
I do not have the ability to protect this question. People please do not close or hold this question just because you do not face the same issue. I know a lot of people who do actual integration testing needs this. — Saifur 3 hours ago
^ Not Constructive?
Meh, flagged.
 
Nonsensical for sure but I don't have a good feel for whether "non constructive" applies.
 
@Unihedro ... not really...
 
Well it encourages unconstructive behavior..
 
11:36 PM
I think of not constructive as stuff like this:
> @<username> Yeah I can see that too. This guy really got some nerves. He apparently has some God gifted abilities to magically know that people who are downvoting are those who doesn't like this question :)
 
That's Too Chatty.
> What have you tried?
 
@Unihedro ... not in context.
 
^ NC
 
Actually, the context is pretty offensive so I don't really even want to post it here.
 
@hichris123 Whenever I see a comment about downvoting on relevant posts in a thread I flag it as too chatty.
 
11:40 PM
Someone: "What have you tried?" OP: "I've tried asking a question on SO!!!"
 
First two comments are Too Chatty, the rest are rude/nc.
 
I went NC on the first two, Rude/Offensive on the next 5, and then NC on the last 4.
Anyway, I'm going to nuke that Gist.
 
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cvplz downvplz ans-downvplz stackoverflow.com/q/28224943/3622940
 
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: WAS THIS EVERY BUILT OR PATENT ACCEPTED? by Chris Latham on patents.stackexchange.com
 
11:49 PM
hopefully this question gets me my socratic badge:
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Q: What columnar cactus species I should select as a rootstock for a Rhipsalis standard?

J. MusserI want to make a standard(1) with scions from a Rhipsalis pilocarpa, or mistletoe cactus. I need a rootstock that: Is columnar Is unbranched Has good longevity (at least 20 years) Can adapt to high humidity and light shade Has a slim, clean, stem at least 3' long Stem rigidity is optional, be...

 
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Blog post title "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love a Career Change" sounds different when it's the last post on a blog that hasn't been updated since 2012.
 

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