I appreciate the effort that you put into that post. However, the post is a subjective question, and not suitable for the site, hence it's closing as Not Constructive. This question should have never seen the light of day in the first place.
In the future, I'd recommend that you vote to close the question as not constructive and possibly flag questions like this for moderator attention to be closed as such if the velocity of close votes isn't enough to get the question closed. This is to save you from spending the energy on an answer that very well might not exist in the future (if it's not constructive and closed at such, it might be deleted).
The deletion and lock (not historical) are not your fault, but the fault of the asker. The asker made a number of insignificant edits (over 20 in fact) in order to bump the question here on Stack Overflow. We don't do "bumps" of that nature here. Hence the lock.
I've undeleted the question, but left the lock on it (and made it community wiki, rep should not have been gained because of abuses of the edit system). Unfortunately, the poster can't be relied upon to not try and bump the question again. Note also that in the future, someone might delete the question, because it's inherently not constructive.