This heavily-downvoted semi-dupe has been deleted after its author vandalized it several times and tried to vandalize the upvoted answer as well — mine, to be precise — apparently with the idea that "blank" = "deleted". Deleting embarrassing questions at the request of their asker is explicitly not standard policy for ♦ moderators.
But I'm not really sure why. I'm not entirely convinced it was a duplicate, and was planning to vote to reopen in a bit, and in any case even most heavily-downvoted dupes of frequently-asked requests aren't manually speedy-deleted — or deleted at all. And surely the appropriate response to self-vandalism of a question with a decent answer (-2/+10) is not to give in to the user and blow it away.
I didn't lose much with the deletion, just some meta rep — easy come, easy go — but for the same reason I rolled the question back from the first major replacement and answered it in the first place, I feel the current state is not really correct, and the question has a useful place on Meta to help people understand, if nothing else, the full range of loosely similar "comment + downvote" FRs that will get a sharply negative response from Meta.