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Is it possible to keep closed questions out of my interesting questions list?

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Even closed questions can be "interesting"! – Cody Gray May 18 '12 at 6:31
@TheEstablishment they can be interesting but there should be an option to indicate that a closed question is never interesting for you. – izomorphius May 18 '12 at 6:39
Well, behind the snark of my comment, there was an actual point. Closed questions are not permanently closed. In fact, closed questions often get re-opened. So closed questions can still be interesting if you happen across them, because you can edit them to comply with our question guidelines and then vote to re-open them (or flag them for moderator attention). And if they would otherwise be "interesting" to you, it's more likely that you're a good person to edit and improve them. This is why there's no option to hide all closed questions. That option is labeled "delete". – Cody Gray May 18 '12 at 6:41
So from your comments I make the assumption there is no way to filter them out? – izomorphius May 18 '12 at 6:43
I don't think so, but if I knew that for sure, I would have posted an answer. I used a comment instead because I'm not actually answering your question. – Cody Gray May 18 '12 at 6:45

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