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Most stupid questions wanted here!

Dec 6, 2010 2:43PM PST

I want to start a forum where people can feel free to ask the most stupid questions around! Maybe a $500 prize will be awarded to the year's most stupid question asked each in certain category. There is still millions of people who just cant set time in DVD players or things like that. They just left the clock blinking 12:00 till the Sun explode into a supernova! You can compare this to America's Favorite Videos and stuff ! This way, stupid people asking stupid questions will have a blast of time here!

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Most stupid answers wanted here also!!
Dec 6, 2010 2:48PM PST

here in this forum, I hereby welcome most stupid answers possible to the most stupid questions as well. I feel that this forum will provide valuable materials for stand up comedians who like to say technology jokes and stuff like that. I encourage members to contrive most stupid answers to those stupid questions as well as factual and nurturing answers to the same as well. Lets have some democratic fun here!

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Did you read the forum name?
Dec 6, 2010 10:35PM PST

"Forum feedback forum" is a forum for discussing forum feedback. Or, as the forum description defines it, "This specific forum is designated for staff announcements, member/reader suggestions, and reporting technical issues about the CNET Forums." It is not an off-topic forum suitable for random discussions. In addition, you have not created a forum; you have created a thread in CNET's Forum Feedback forum, one that is off-topic given the stated purpose of this forum. You are free to create your own third-party forum specifically for stupid questions, but such is not in the plans here in the CNET forums and, just as a heads-up, third-party forums may not be advertised here either.

That said, I am locking this thread.
John