I posted a question in AskMeFi and can't find it. What gives? [more inside]
I asked a question and many of the responses were that I am "biased." Is a judgement of character a prerequisite for answering a question?
i imagine that kelvin-helmholtz is so long because there's some kind of balance related to radiation pressure (vaguely vaguely like eddington limit?) but i may be way off - never thought about it before. if it is radiative pressure (or anything related to being hot) that holds things up that means that you'll still get an initial collapse and ignition. so i think initial "inner" thermal equilibrium will be much faster, but final steady state could take a long time. and why on earth (or sun) is this chatfilter? delete the stupid answers, not the question. i realise it's not one of your valued "what stupid piece of crap for my kitchen should i waste money on today because i can't cook for shit but boy i know how to use my credit card like a pro?" questions, but it still has a valid answer.
This was definitely not chatfilter! I am working on putting together a class about good and bad "radical" radio and want some listener opinion besides my own. Can we reinstate the question, please?
why? I was looking forward to reading this one and had marked it as a favorite (as had others). Do we have to explain why we ask each and every question now?
This AskMe post is poorly worded and excessively broad.
I assume this question was deleted for being chatty, but what if it had been: "Can you name some scenes in film that feature popular songs where the on-screen characters actually sing along or otherwise interact with the music? I'm putting them together for a project etc etc....". Is everything on AskMe a "problem" looking for a solution?
This seems like a pretty weak reason to delete a post, eh?
I posted a question to Ask Metafilter this morning, and it just vanished. What went wrong?
I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank Matt for deleting the Invisibility/Flight thread in Ask.Me
Um. Doesn't this belong in AskMe instead?