Have a look at this question: Help ! -Frusrated PHP Newbie - Where the hell do I start ?
There's a question in there, yes, but I can probably state it in one line:
Where to find tutorials and tools for someone starting over from ASP.NET?
Instead, our friend here launches into a tirade of complains about how PHP is less noob-friendly and troublesome to set-up than ASP.NET, et cetera.
It is, in my opinion, a bad question. It's about three times as long as it should be, it makes overtly inflammatory remarks on PHP, is written in poor English and is an obvious duplicate. Those last two on their own won't make this a "bad question", but I feel that the first two should be strictly forbidden on SO.
Here's the surprising part: Apparently a lot of people disagree with me here.
The question currently has two upvotes. There are six answers, one of which is actually not an answer but a rant by another (obviously frustrated user) on his problems with PHP compared to ASP.NET. That answer also has one upvotes. The downvote on both the answer and question came from me.
So something must have gone wrong here. When did SO become a dumping ground for people's frustrations, and more importantly, when did we start encouraging this behavior?