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I just noticed this question got 10k views. Does this mean it's a Famous Question?

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marked as duplicate by Wrzlprmft, HackerKarma, gnat, Shadow Wizard support Sep 19 '15 at 23:17

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Should you? Probably not because it's not an exceptional good question, it just happens to have a title that many people google (while probably looking for something else). Will you? Yes, soon. – Andreas Bonini Sep 13 '10 at 22:43
@Kop I see what you mean(…), and it makes sense. Just like in real life, not all things 'famous' are exceptionally good. That's why, im my opinion, 'Great Question' is a tag suited for that (good questions, not famous questions). famous can be good, but doesn't need to, great must always be great, but not necessarily famous. – George Profenza Sep 14 '10 at 8:00
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The stats on the right-hand side of the question itself say "viewed 9,620 times". The stats on your user page say "10k" due to rounding.

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I see 9.620 when I hover 10kview...should've done that earlier. Thanks! – George Profenza Sep 13 '10 at 22:26

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