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How do you follow a question after close-voting it?

I know at least two reasons to do it:

  • pure curiosity
  • when wanting to know if the community shared your thinking about the question and decided to close-vote too
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If I really have a particular reason to care, I leave it open in a browser tab. But generally, I can't imagine why I'd be very concerned about a question that I thought should be closed. – Cody Gray May 13 '11 at 8:46
you can post a comment and check it out later. – Nick Dandoulakis May 13 '11 at 12:06
... due to a bug (?) you can't delete the comment if the question is migrated. – Nick Dandoulakis May 13 '11 at 12:08

I don't. I don't see a reason to.

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