One April Fools' Day question (How to deal with a program that has become self aware? [closed]) has been closed four times. Are twenty people wrong, or should it be migrated to Meta?
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It should be closed as "too localized", because it was only (if at all) relevant at a very specific moment in time that now has passed.
Twenty people are wrong.
The nineteen who've voted to reopen, plus the spare we can anticipate any moment now.
Because (as we have seen) if you treat 1April jokes as reasonable there is no end to the number that will be asked.
Crush them! I say, crush them all!
That question doesn't relate to any of the Stack Overflow trilogy of sites, even tangentially, so it's correctly closed and not migrated to Meta.
They could have gone either off-topic or not a real question. They just went with the latter.