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Q: Is the 'unanswered questions' section going to be cleaned up?

There are a lot of questions in the 'unanswered' section, some dating back 6 years, and probably no longer even relevant.

many of them are blocked (who knows what was in them?) so they can not even be seen.

Why are they still there?

It makes the whole site look neglected and second rate.

is Admin just lazy / absent?
It is not surprising there is so little traffic and many of the 'new' posters seem fake (1 question/comment and they are gone), as if they are created just to keep the site 'alive'.

such a shame, but it seems that the writing was on the wall years ago 

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Personally I'm really hoping someone comes along and sheds some light on the bests ocial online question. Imagine if that was tragically deleted, we'd never know the answer to one of the most burning questions of our time.

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Admin is always around for harmonization of the unsuitable posts, so it must be a different reason ...

 

 

You dyed yer hair, did you? broken heart 

 

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These are most likely doubled questions posted over NOT-too smart-phones and once you erase that, doubled pair which got an answers will be deleted, too. I hope, that hepls! 

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Personally I'm really hoping someone comes along and sheds some light on the bests ocial online question. Imagine if that was tragically deleted, we'd never know the answer to one of the most burning questions of our time.

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i am also curious about posters such as 

kschaudhry

who have been registered as 'users' for years but have never posted anything - no comments or questions.

 

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I went through and checked...  there are ones that have actually been answered that are marked as unanswered. 

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