I don't understand the reticence of the moderators to correct thread titles that are obvious errors, like a couple weeks ago when a thousand RAW episodes suddenly passed without anyone having any memory of it. The thread poster realized immediately that that was a mistake, but he can't correct the title himself, and no one else ever sees fit to do so.
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It's not a unanimous board decision but I defer to CRZ. I think we should come up with a 404 bouncer for the tech stuff that would redirect, but I haven't come up with a clever way to do it so I can't really bitch about it.
Banished threads are the heads on poles outside of the city - they serve as a warning to all who enter that *this* was considered stupid, pointless, offensive, etc. Only one example really needs to live. The rest can just be deleted.