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How do we move past rand's suspension? It's simple, really. Ladies and gentlemen, it's time we make room for the new king of Puzzling.SE: Bailey M. Please, hold your applause. [End unofficial block.] Guys, this sucks. We all know it sucks. Rand posted a lot of sweet math puzzles (which I cannot for the life of me solve nor imitate in any real fashion) as ...


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Losing the top user on a site is, unfortunately, not unprecedented. Whether because of death or life circumstances (I'm pleased to see I'm no longer the top user on Hermeneutics) or for reasons unknown, people stop contributing to a site they've previously been active in. While we can't know for sure how these events set a site back, we can say that sites ...


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Just so that people can vote on the issue: Yes. It would be much more clear to other users if a mod/bot could unambiguously state that a post was closed for violating a suspension, rather than having to use inappropriate close reasons in such a situation.


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This is a comment that was too long to be one: You have a valid point point. Very valid. But is it really that important to draw attention to these people after they've been pushed aside? Isn't the whole point of the ban to block them out of the community. Seems all they want is attention for all the wrong reasons. And is this not playing their game and ...


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Just a thought, if I'm keying into the user-in-question's humour correctly, then I think the U.I.Q. has likely already moved on/gotten over it and will be back in a year. The focus of the site is on Puzzling [Beta] , not personality cultism or individual user rock star status. On the upside the U.I.C. has a year to whip up a brand new arsenal of riddles/...


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