It completely shifted the tone and meaning of the question in question. Does the word itself contain some kind of energy or "vibe" that has the power to hurt someone? What if hiding the word instilled it with more of that same power? Any thoughts?

asked 09 Dec '10, 03:42

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closed 30 Dec '11, 11:50

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You posted a question on this site entitled What the hell is going on?. I edited your question because it didn't reflect the question you asked, and it had nothing to do with the concept of hell. The software on this website works better if question titles accurately reflect the question being asked, Accurate question titles help people (such as yourself) to also find the information they are looking for without having to read every question in detail

(09 Dec '10, 06:45) Barry Allen ♦♦

thanks Barry. I'm watching your edits for signs of your beliefs...if any. ;)

(09 Dec '10, 07:50) mr.g

In my experience, this site is of greatest value to others when there are a genuine diversity of viewpoints expressed clearly and reasonably side-by-side. From there, it makes it easier for readers to form their own opinions about any topic. For any moderator (or even myself) to attempt to skew any question or answer to their own belief system would be self-defeating to the reason we operate this website in the first place

(09 Dec '10, 08:52) Simon Templeton ♦♦
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The question has been closed for the following reason "Not a real question" by Barry Allen 30 Dec '11, 11:50

What was your question about, and can you list this question now, so that I can answer your present question appropriately!

Here is a couple of things to keep in mind: perhaps the word hell was taken out because it did not flow well in your sentence, and it perhaps was taking away from the meaning to the question being asked, or perhaps the word hell made the question sound offence. I am just speculating, because I do not know the contents of your previous question!


answered 09 Dec '10, 05:58

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