I have been coding since the mid 80's. But my profile says i was born in the year 2000. Go figure. Age is a state of mind.

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awarded Reversal
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comment Lost gmail because internet died
Why have you posted this here? It doesn't involve programming, so it's off topic.
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comment Should I have flagged a "question" that should have been a blog post as "unclear what you're asking"?
It's a fact of life - don't be concerned about one declined flag. If you keep getting your flags declined then you should be concerned.
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awarded Nice Answer
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comment Should I have flagged a "question" that should have been a blog post as "unclear what you're asking"?
Ken White's comment is your answer. In it's current state you are correct to flag it or vote to close. The OP needs to change it to a separate question and answer then it'll be fine. Or someone else could do it as that author hasn't been seen since September 2014.
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asked The mystery of the disappearing WPF Extended Toolkit AutoCompleteBox
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comment SO needs an automatic delay regarding up votes, down votes, and close votes
@gerryLowry But having said that sometimes mistakes will happen - but the community at large can also reverse those mistakes.
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comment SO needs an automatic delay regarding up votes, down votes, and close votes
Hiya @gerryLowry, based on your updated info in your closed question I have cast a reopen vote. Note that when posting the onus is on you to say why your question is not a duplicate. You've done that now, so it's up to the community to reopen it. Also note that the original close vote was not because we didn't read it, it's because initially it seemed similar enough to an existing question (even though worded differently) to close as a dupe - IOW closing that question was not an example of the behavior you mention in your question here.
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revised Autocompleting TextBox in WPF
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revised How to deal with poor, but valid questions in close vote queue?
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answered SO needs an automatic delay regarding up votes, down votes, and close votes
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comment How to deal with poor, but valid questions in close vote queue?
Absolutely you should - because the presence of a marked answer in this case was a red herring. Even if the OP's comment is edited in it's still low quality - effectively a "do my code for me" request.
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answered How to deal with poor, but valid questions in close vote queue?
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comment Cross-Thread Operation?
I'm not sure how surprising this could be... when you've created a background thread and set it working. As Robert said - controls cannot be accessed from a thread different to what they were created on.
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comment Cross-Thread Operation?
possible duplicate of Cross-thread operation not valid: Control accessed from a thread other than the thread it was created on
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comment How do I increase hip flexibility for round kicks?
Can you elaborate on what the "control work" is?
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comment Assembly Language Moving 3 Asterisks
possible duplicate of Moving 3 Asterisks Using Assembly Language
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comment Assembly Language Moving 3 Asterisks
You haven't mentioned which assembler you're using, which OS, or shown what code you have so far. This is no different to your first question which was closed - have you done any research since, or at least read the help center to determine what your question needs to look like?
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comment Jujitsu or judo, which is better
As for the part of your question about age.. you've already asked that twice previously, and you've got answers here - those answers and advice don't change simply because you're considering judo/jujitsu rather than hapkido.
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comment Is it inappropriate to flag moderator to unwiki an answer with many substantial revisions by the author?
@canon Yep, if it wasn't flagged at the time then that's pretty much the way it stays. I do remember seeing posts on Meta discussing whether a specific question should be CW, usually people were asking for it to be made CW rather than the other way round. I would suggest that some of the other sites may have mods that are newer members so they could have a different view point about it.
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