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Is there a way to ignore individual posts/questions?

So, for example, the top question for "Highest Voted Questions" list is always What’s your favorite “programmer” cartoon?

I've seen this post and I no longer wish to see it, can I mark this as "Read"?

I know you can have "ignored tags" but there are lots of C# questions that I'm either not interested in, or don't know enough about to answer and I don't want to ignore all C# questions so setting C# as an ignored tag would hide potentially interesting questions as well.

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Is this the right place to ask this question? Or should I post this on Stack Overflow itself? – Bigwave Jul 9 '09 at 9:34
No, this is the right place. Don't post questions about stackoverflow on stackoverflow. – Sampson Jul 9 '09 at 9:36
possible duplicate of Hide a particular question locally – ChrisF Nov 28 '11 at 14:08
up vote 2 down vote accepted

Not currently. If you want to view sorted by votes, I highly recommend browsing questions by tag instead.

Just click any tag to get started, then use the "related tags" sidebar to begin combining them.. or do something more advanced

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Answered by Jeff, must be the correct answer :-) – Bigwave Jul 9 '09 at 10:44
@jeff - is there any way to get this implemented? it would be amazing – Jason Jan 13 '10 at 22:53

You could modify the Ignore User(s) Script to ignore questions based upon their id instead...

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This is, logically, exactly what I'd like, however I do wonder what the script performance would be like once there were thousands of article IDs – Bigwave Jul 9 '09 at 10:44

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