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As an extension to this post, are warnings about titles really necessary for high-rep users?

You get this warning just because you have a word like 'you' in your title.

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I was wondering if high-rep users could have these disabled. I currently have over 11k on my home site, but I find that in order to avoid these annoying 'warnings' I need to memorize some keywords not to use.

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Any message that warns of behaviour shown to be indicative of poor quality questions should be shown to a user regardless of their reputation.

Just because someone has a lot of reputation doesn't mean that they're automatically any good at asking questions. After all, they could have earned all their reputation from answers.

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    "After all, they could have earned all their reputation from answers." That makes no sense. If you've managed to earn 20k rep from answers, then clearly you've read a lot of questions. You've read lots of good ones and lots of bad ones. The problem with the message is that it has lots of false positives. I asked this perfectly reasonable question a couple days ago, and I have no idea why it triggered this popup. Dec 28 '15 at 17:01
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    @NicolBolas I think that is the real issue, the method of determining subjectivity and other issues is very inaccurate, to say the least. Dec 28 '15 at 17:44
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What is so horrible in this warning? It does not block you from asking, just act as a friendly warning that the question might be closed, so that you won't be surprised if it does.

I don't think it should be disabled.

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