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I got -4 and there's a badge for removing under peer pressure. I was thinking it's a good time to get it now (first time I get so downed, haha).

However, I can't do that. It says that I need to talk to a moderator.

How can I remove the question myself (and earn a badge in the process)?

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I helped you upvote that because it's not a bad question honestly. – puretppc Feb 1 '14 at 17:56
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Your question has an upvoted answer, so it cannot be deleted; sorry to inform you!

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Unacceptable! Now, the whole internet can see it. And me, being the center of everybody's daily attention, can't have it that way. :D (I wanted to get a new badge. It's been a while...) – Konrad Viltersten Jul 1 '13 at 15:20
    
@KonradViltersten Perhaps we could suggest a temporary suspension for such a terrible question. Comes with a nice shiny banner and everything! It's not perfect, but hey, we do what we can. ;) – Bart Jul 1 '13 at 15:56
    
@Bart Naaa, rather not. I've been suspended twice already. Both times with the best intentions trying to be helpful and clear on my standpoint. In fact, I ceased to contribute on CRM because apparently, people were too quick to grade me up. I've become much more "leechy" the last few months. I really dislike being suspended. I prefer badges to suspension, haha. – Konrad Viltersten Jul 1 '13 at 16:12

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