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closed as not constructive by hims056, BinaryMisfit, Bo Persson, Martijn Pieters, BoltClock's a Unicorn Jan 22 '13 at 12:18
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Your question got downvoted because it doesn't show not much research effort. If you tell us what you've tried response will be generally better. One of SE's top users also created a great checklist for creating good questions, if you follow that it'll most likely get better response as well.
Your question wasn't migrated, probably because it was downvoted (i.e. considered low quality): we don't want to send low-quality questions to other communities, that would be a bit rude (IMHO).
Other questions may have the same (or similar) problems, and may deserve the same treatment, should be judged by the same standard. As pointed out in comments to your meta question: the fact that one (or even a thousand) question "got away with it" doesn't mean a single other question can't be closed/downvoted.
Bottom line: read the FAQ, the above linked tips, and improve your question. After that you could flag for re-opening or migrating, or in general rest knowing that the questions on SO just got a little better.
Three main points in layman terms.. Rest you read in faq, that is what faq is for.