No, I don't want an argument on this. I'm wondering if (hopefully from a site admin/moderator/high rep user) if any badges are "bad". For example, the "tumbleweed" badge almost seems bad because it means you probably didn't ask your question well. So, are any of the badges bad or are they all a "good" accomplishment?
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"Badness" is ultimately a matter of opinion. FWIW, every time someone makes a request for a new badge for some negative behavior, it's downvoted to oblivion in short order with the note "badges exist to promote good behaviors." You can check some out at the lowest voted
Tumbleweed is an anomaly, it's kind of a "sorry nobody on our site could help you, have a consolation prize" badge. The fact that it goes to some bad askers is an unfortunate side-effect.