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A user, probably to be helpful, tried to add an answer to a closed question by editing it.

I rejected the edit, without analyzing the question nor the answer, on the principle that an answer isn't welcome on a closed question.

Was I right, or was I just acting like some kind of rigid ayatollah ?

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You were right, mister ayatollah! :) – Andrew Barber Jun 15 '12 at 8:39
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You were acting like a fascist monkey with guns in there hands. Am proud of you, mah boy! – Won't Jun 15 '12 at 15:06
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Yes, you were. Editing an answer directly into the body of the question is never acceptable.

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