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I don't have any strong feelings that either of these questions should absolutely be open or closed but I thought I would at least share some info that might be invisible to most users here. How to have a religious discussion with someone when you're not religious? With this question, it did start out quite broad. apaul's comment saying such came in ...


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I don't disagree that there is an objective component to most questions. But there are a couple of issues with requests for information in which objectivity is not clear, some of which relate to the SE format: 1. Questions that are open-ended (the famous "what should I do?"-style questions) are subjective, but not so much because of the content of ...


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I'm sorry, but I've just read your current version and it still feels like an odd fit for the site. Are you looking for feedback and validation on your chosen method of sorting roommates? Are you asking how people would usually do that sort of thing? Am I doing this right? Isn't really a great format for SE, because it lends itself to rather opinion ...


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My partner occasionally gets really frustrated hearing me talk about, seeing me on, or any real mention of Stack Exchange. I think you should narrow it down to a problem that you need to solve with your partner. Also make clear what your goal is, i. e. Do you want to talk about SE with your partner and get them to listen? Is your partner against you using ...


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