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For discussion about why a specific question was closed or about what constitutes a reason for closure.

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As I pointed out in other comments (see the the diamond tools question and this IMO excellent analysis), there are some questions which simply shout "I am too lazy to make a google search, do it for m …
answered Jul 13 '18 by L.Dutch - Reinstate Monica
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You can edit your question and politely explain why the proposed duplicate does not cover what you are asking. Immediately after your question will enter the reopen queue, and community members will …
answered Aug 29 '18 by L.Dutch - Reinstate Monica
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To make thing worse, each user has a single close/reopen vote. Once it is cast, it's gone. This rules out the possibility of reopening because no longer too broad and then closing because primarily o …
answered Sep 3 '19 by L.Dutch - Reinstate Monica
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I am not among those who voted to close the question. However I see that you ask: But this narrative necessity creates a plot hole: If the brain was intact (so that the personality and their …
answered Aug 13 '19 by L.Dutch - Reinstate Monica
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The reason for closure are clearly listed: question too broad question too opinion based question not about worldbuilding question duplicate question unclear If the question falls into one or more …
answered Nov 18 '19 by L.Dutch - Reinstate Monica