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How should troll questions be handled?

I would recommend doing all of the following: Downvote the question. (That's what the downvote is for, and it doesn't cost rep to downvote questions.) Vote to close >> "Community Specific&...
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Should comments advising people to commit crimes be flagged?

Yes, please flag. Comments are temporary notes designed to improve the Q&A. That is, they should help either the author or the answerers with their posts or, say, link to another relevant question....
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Is flagging or VTCing more appropriate for const *iption questions?

VTC doesn't hurt; but definitely flag so we can destroy the account that posted along with the post itself.
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6 votes

How should troll questions be handled?

I just want to add a few micro points. I agree with the premise that it is an insincere troll question and should be blasted out of the sky. I agree with downvoting. I disagree with the specific ...
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6 votes

Answers that read like advertisments for personal grudges

It is Stack Exchange policy that we Be Nice - as per this Meta question and answer I would expect that such answers be edited to remove any non-compliant, non-essential content of this kind, ...
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6 votes

Current flagging policy

We literally slave for minutes a week over the community's flags Monday is the worst! Today I had to deal with 6 (6!) flags on 3 (3!) comments! And this question. Joking aside, we are a very small ...
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3 votes

What to do about answers that advocate breaking the law

Flagging is not the correct solution, instead, downvoting might be. With enough down-votes and delete-votes, you can get the desired effect of obliterating the offending answer, through democratic ...
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