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Why are C.SE questions no longer well received?

Please see these newest C.SE questions, and go on to select page one and compare with page 196. On page 1 the votes on questions range from -4 to +5, whilst on page 196 the range is +13 to +56. It ...
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50 questions before I can comment? [duplicate]

Do I have this straight. I need to ask enough questions to get 50 reputations before I can place a comment?
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Can a question be BOTH off and on topic?

In this question: What are the requirements to be a prophet? Peter Turner asks "A current day prophet or a old testament prophet?" and I said both. Then which his reply was to close the question. I am ...
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Reopening questions

From time to time there might be a question that need to be put on hold because it is a duplicate or the question is not clear and too broad. But even after the person who asked the question finish ...
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Are there templates for good questions?

Can we share with new or difficult users a list of a half-dozen templates for an excellent question? I think "Go read the FAQ" is often as helpful and friendly as saying, "Go RTFM." Do we direct ...
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What should be the title of questions so it would not be closed?

I have these questions which pretty much have been closed (although I find the question legit and valid), so what must be the title of these questions that it will not be closed: Is it okay to become ...
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Proposed addition to "How to Ask" block

One of the most difficult challenges I had when first participating with this site was overcoming the urge to be part of a conversation. It took a long time to understand (and a part of me will ...
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Improving my question about who is or will be in heaven

I recently asked the following question: According to Baptists: Which persons are known to be (eventually) in heaven? The original version of the question was not this specific about a Christian group ...
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Is this a valid question? [duplicate]

On the Christianity website, are we allowed to ask, "is _ a sin?" If we do ask such a question, are we supposed to specify a specific audience, ie., catholic, Mormon, etc.?

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