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There are a lot of questions which I read once and come up with a decision I never want to look at it again. I'd like to mark them such a way so they get at least ghosted - like for ignored tags; better hidden out of my sight. Am I missing a tiny control anywhere? Should we have a one, an opposite of the "like" star?

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It is not the responsibly of the site to hide any questions from anyone... If you don't want to see that post again... don't click on it... – Lix May 12 '12 at 16:08
possible duplicate of The Ability to Hide Questions, Hide viewed questions (and the duplicates therein) – Cody Gray May 13 '12 at 2:19
possible duplicate of Hide a particular question locally – Pops May 14 '12 at 18:54

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