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Like this I expect many of them today.

Flag?
but how? off topic? belong to meta? then duplicate?

vote down?

Or just ignore?

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Downvote, as the downvote animations are the best. –  Arjan Apr 1 '11 at 14:19
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It's not cool! This is a legitimate question! please upvote at least one time every 5 down-vote! (At least Daniel will get a reversal badge...) –  DavRob60 Apr 1 '11 at 14:39
    
you can constantly downvote and upvote to see all animations :) –  BЈовић Apr 1 '11 at 15:15
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up vote 14 down vote accepted

Flag as duplicates, because they are.

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+1 and the unicorns (three of them) rejoice for your opinion. Just flagged another as a dupe. –  gideon Apr 1 '11 at 14:18
    
@giddy I think it was a terrible oversight that comment upvotes didn't get ponycorns (or is it ponicorns?) –  Daniel DiPaolo Apr 1 '11 at 14:19
    
but for others Stackexchanges sites? –  DavRob60 Apr 1 '11 at 14:19
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@DavRob60 just because it's April Fool's Day doesn't mean duplicates cease to be duplicates - if a question is a duplicate, flag it as such, regardless of where it is. –  Daniel DiPaolo Apr 1 '11 at 14:21
    
@Daniel DiPaolo But I could flag as duplicate even if it'S on another Stackexchange site? –  DavRob60 Apr 1 '11 at 14:22
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@DavRob60 - if it's the first time on that particular site it's been posted then I'd say no it's not a duplicate, you could probably post an answer to that question that is a link to the one here though –  Daniel DiPaolo Apr 1 '11 at 14:24
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@Daniel ! Totally And I just found out only the trilogy get the sweet magic of unicorns! =O meta.english.stackexchange.com/questions/915/… –  gideon Apr 1 '11 at 14:45
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I saw a press release this morning that Qualcomm have developed a technique that truly does allow real programmers to use butterflies. We could use this technology to move offending users away from their keyboards for an appropriate amount of time if necessary or just pin them down for a bit, thereby stemming the flow of duplicates.

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