Title says it all, really. This question seems to be to worst kind of shopping question, it's three years old, low views, and it doesn't seem to have any 'Historical Significance.' If there's some nuance of this question that I'm missing, I'd love to know about it. What's the reasoning here? This meta answer says that it can be used when mods get sick of deleting non-answers, but it kinda seems to me like we'd all be better off just getting rid of this question.
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closed as too localized by animuson♦, Martijn Pieters, ben is uǝq backwards, hims056, Toon Krijthe Dec 4 '12 at 7:37
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Protection just means that people below 10 rep can't post answers; this isn't the same as posts which are intentionally preserved via locking. The question can still be closed/deleted via voting, which is how things should work most of the time. Moderations shouldn't have to step in an make a call on the worthiness of a question, the community does this.