I get this message:
It looks like you might need a break - take a breather and come back soon!
You've asked 4 questions recently, some of which have not been received very well by the community. Everyone learns at their own pace, and it’s okay to make some mistakes. However, the reception your questions have received thus far might ultimately block your account from asking questions entirely.
It's been 4 days since you asked your last question. We ask that you wait 2 days before asking again. Use this time to revisit your previous questions, editing to address any issues that folks have pointed out in comments.
- tips on asking great questions as well as our guidance on
- which questions are allowed here
- Examining highly-scored questions in the tags that interest you is a great way to study how to ask better questions, that also get better answers much sooner!
- We don’t demand perfection, but please make sure you use proper grammar, spelling and capitalization, it really helps!
- Improve downvoted questions rather than deleting them.
- Do not delete your account, create new accounts, or otherwise attempt to circumvent these restrictions.
- Do not contact us regarding these restrictions, they cannot be lifted.
Failure to heed this advice may increase the severity of these restrictions.
For more information
See: Why won’t the system allow me to ask questions for several days?
It sometimes takes a few attempts at a good question in order to fully learn how our system works, and what the community expects from folks seeking answers. Just do your best to make sure you've improved the quality of your existing questions, and we'll see you in 2 days!
It's clear the system doesn't want me here. Is there an appeal process? Is there a proxy service for asking questions so other people can take some of the heat? I didn't do anything wrong.
This question may already have an answer here:
What can I do when getting “We are no longer accepting questions/answers from this account”? 1 answer No, my question is different. I will edit to explain how.
I explain why it is different in the comments to this question.