I'm sorry if I'm asking something that doesn't belong here, but:
Why are questions that are closed, still able to be up/down voted? This is quite disruptive to the quality of the scoring. As far as I've seen inappropriate questions are closed in a pretty fair way, yet some of them keep being voted A LOT thus giving the guy who asked them a ton of reputation for no good reason.
I've actually seen people who (intentionally or not) ask some flame/trolly question that gets A LOT of attention, gets a bunch of votes, then is closed but the votes keep coming in. They're users who have like 300+ reputation solely from posting closed questions. They never asked a useful question, never contributed with an answer to someone else's question.
So again, should a question, once is deemed "Closed" revoke the reputation points that it added to the asker, and also no longer be able to be voted?