I am seeing an increasing amount of vague oppositions for odd reasons such as "I ask too much", "too basic" or "low-cost not bike-related". Every time someone has noticed a fallacy in my reasoning or a mistake like wdypdx22 here, I have tried to correct the issue. Let's take an example about the opposition here. This question "What are the different kinds of kickstands and what are their advantages?", even proposed by the mod Neil (which I think is a good proposal), has many question of the same format:
- What are the advantages of the different clipless systems?
- What are the advantages of investment casting?
- What are the advantage of the different gear shifters
- What are the advantages of flat spoked wheels?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of turbo trainers and rollers?
The examples show that the opposition has nothing per se to do with the question. It must to some extent be discrimination i.e. unfair treatment of a person or group on the basis of prejudice. I do hate it and I will stay loyal to the question by "not removing it" or "not changing it" until an intrinsic error. The question does show my problems with the imaginary about hardness to load groceries and hardness to clean chain. It is specific and answerable question, it is not a big discussion question. I am satisfied with down-votes, for example here, particularly if they are baseless. Poor treating due to strait like stinginess is not a good premise, it is a prejudice. It is hard to understand the term professional if you are hindered to speak about value products i.e. low-cost and risky. So what is SO's stance about discrimination? I think it is spam because it won't help communication, some people may be less brave to be open about this kind of problems.