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I believe there are multiple problems with your question that keep it from being a good question. First, it isn't really self contained. At the time it was closed (and still to some degree, now) not all the context and details of the question are in the question. Part of Stack Exchange's philosophy is that questions aren't only to help you, but to help ...


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You seem to be asking for a discussion - this is not a discussion forum, it is a fairly strict kind of question and answer site, so you need to provide a well-formed, on-topic question that has a definitive answer we can give. I don't think edits will be sufficient, the basic premise doesn't match what Stack Exchange is set up to do. Have a good read of our ...


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Hypothetical problems aren't de facto unwelcome if the OP sticks around to clarify and discuss, although plausible hypothetical problems are strongly preferred. Subjective problems aren't automatically disallowed, as long as they can be focused and answers can be restricted to include supporting evidence ("you should do [this] because [research/experience ...


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When I asked you "Is this based on an actual problem that you've faced?" you responded "It is based on a real life situation. Many more details than are needed for the core question can be found in the This American Life link Transcript here, see Act 1." From this, I see 3 possible scenarios: You are asking a hypothetical question that you thought of after ...


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