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Consider the "popular question" badge: "Asked a question with 1,000 views". Would I be correct in expecting that every question will eventually receive this badge as web crawlers look through the pages?

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I always thought that badge was a bit weak; it has 56000 recipients, or almost twice as many as the insanely trivial Autobiographer. It's pretty much just "old question"; popularity has little to do with it since time isn't factored in – Michael Mrozek Jun 21 '10 at 6:23

Not if they're excluded from the counting. But if you can convince a thousand geeks to archive binge the trilogy, perhaps!

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If people could mark a question as read, they'd be more likely to archive binge their favorite tag. +1 for linking to tv tropes. – Andrew Grimm Jun 21 '10 at 4:13

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