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User who consistently posts factually inconsistent questions

"Is there an expectation that questions posted should be factual?" Sort of. From What types of questions should I avoid asking: You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual ...
Acire's user avatar
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Questions that sound like a medical issue

Personal opinion as a physician-user: I believe Joe's comment is completely correct in the case of your face blindness answer. The child does not have symptoms - not even close! - for the diagnosis of ...
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4 votes
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I am fairly certain I identified a sockpuppet account. Is there a method to refer this for follow up or do we care about this?

The user you discussed with is not my sockpuppet account. Whenever a comment is posted to a question or answer, the poster gets notified. in this case, that was me. I sometimes did follow the link in ...
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What to do with very basic questions (e.g. 'My newborn doesn't sleep for long periods')? Answer or other?

I already upvoted the accepted answer, to which I cannot add anything. So I'll take the opportunity to challenge YEAH! That's a thing! I was in a private Family Practice (practicing Obstetrics as ...
anongoodnurse's user avatar
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What to do with very basic questions (e.g. 'My newborn doesn't sleep for long periods')? Answer or other?

There isn't anything wrong with answering a basic question. There is nothing in the help pages for questions you can ask or questions you shouldn't ask that prohibit a basic question. (And "basic" ...
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I am fairly certain I identified a sockpuppet account. Is there a method to refer this for follow up or do we care about this?

The correct way to handle a suspicion of a sockpuppet account is to flag a post is made by one of the suspected sockpuppets, and enter a custom flag reason explaining your concern. The site ...
Joe's user avatar
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1 vote

Advocating for a zero tolerance on the use of violence against children

While the harms of spanking are somewhat accepted in the West, until a study that tests the question instead of finding data to match the hypothesis actually takes place (reason for not doing is ...
Jack M.'s user avatar
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