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In response to Animuson's blacklist request, Jeff burninated , and on the 20th July 2012 and back in September BoltClock asked for a blacklist of these three.

I've just gone to see if there was anything new that needed cleaning up in and found a slightly scary 143 questions:

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Not quick to do but easy enough. Clicking on it though yielded a scarier 569 questions as , , , , and have all been made synonyms.

Is game development burninated?

If it's not can it be burninated again, along with its synonyms, and BoltClock's blacklist request implemented?

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Burninate them all, for great justice! –  Charles Dec 19 '12 at 0:36

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burninated again. Would've helped if all those synonyms (and merges) hadn't been done.

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game (previous synonym) is already back. Three questions in the past 12 hours. Sigh... –  Charles Dec 20 '12 at 10:04
    
These tags are a never-ending and ever-returning cesspit @Charles. I would really like for every tag mentioned in my question to be blacklisted. Not much hope of a proper tag bonfire though :-(. –  ben is uǝq backwards Dec 23 '12 at 11:47

and are gone now. However of somebody must still take care of, the use is growing.

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