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I have noticed this questions, which have the tag. what does this acronym stand for?.

This question was originally tagged with the tag for recursive reasons.

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The tag is poignantly appropriate for this question. =P – gnostradamus Feb 28 '09 at 0:58
    
Pretty much answered. – OscarRyz Mar 5 '09 at 23:07
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Voting to close as no longer relevant. – Jon Seigel Jul 15 '10 at 21:58
    
Voting to close as no longer relevant, take two. – Pops Feb 9 '12 at 19:31

The first word is "Stupid" and the last is "Question". Any questions?

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Haha, perfect use of sfq. – recursive Feb 28 '09 at 0:54
    
what's the second word? [tagged sfq] – roman m Feb 28 '09 at 0:58
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I already got one undeserved "offensive" tag on this question, no way I'm going to answer that. – Paul Tomblin Feb 28 '09 at 0:59
    
@Paul: +1, I agree that the offensive tag is total undeserved. – Daniel LeCheminant Feb 28 '09 at 1:02
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How someone can find this answer offensive is beyond me. – toolkit Feb 28 '09 at 1:03
    
F: Functionless, Failed, Fragile, Futile... just a few guesses – Gamecat Mar 2 '09 at 10:04
    
Why'd one flag this answer as offensive? Funny. – dr. evil Mar 2 '09 at 10:12
    
There are more questinable uses of the offensive flag. You don't need that much rep to flag offensive and it won't cost you anything. – Gamecat Mar 2 '09 at 10:14

"Stupid BLEEP question", apparently. Ideally, questions which are completely ridiculous or so wildly offtopic will either be closed, or a consensus will emerge to keep them. In the latter case, this may simply be to avoid tedious close/reopen warring.

I'm reminded of the quote, "There's no such thing as a stupid question", but I can't for the life of me remember who said it.

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I thought it was Stochastic Fairness Queueing. ;-)

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If it's a battle for obscure Google references you want...

Spring Forest Qigong

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Mine, at least, had some connection to computing. – tvanfosson Feb 28 '09 at 1:49

Structured Full-text Query, might be!

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