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Thread: When is a thread dead?

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    Re: When is a thread dead?

    Quote Originally Posted by COTO View Post
    Truly timeless topics needn't have thread expiry dates at all.
    Good!

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    Re: When is a thread dead?

    I thought this part of the forum was meant to ask questions.

    But it seems that some writers here regard it a kind of Lèse-majesté to question anything.
    Probably it will be wiser not to ask any questions anymore.

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    Re: When is a thread dead?

    Rather than necro (revive) a dormant thread, create a new one to post any additional information/thoughts ... and link back to the older one if necessary.

    Oftentimes it is best not to revive contentious flame/bait threads and/or threads that deserved a burial because they sucked.


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