Periodically, someone on Programmers.SE gets the "clever" idea to post a LMGTFY link to a question that they don't care to answer for real. It's a silly practice and terrible for all the reasons already pointed out on the Meta Stack Overflow topic, Ban lmgtfy (let me google that for you) links.
A question was posted on our meta-discussion site asking if we should ban the practice on Programmers.SE where Robert Cartaino said if we wanted to add it to the network-wide blacklist (the aforementioned question about banning them only applied to Stack Overflow, it seems), a feature-request should be made on Meta Stack Overflow.
So here is that feature-request. Please add LMGTFY links to the blacklist across all Stack Exchange sites. There isn't a context or topic scope where it's even remotely helpful.
[tag:whatever]links as well! ;-)
[meta-tag:whatever], so it's fine ;)
[meta-tag:whatever]everything or death! It was referred to as [feature-request] in the linked question on Programmers.SE; I figured actually using the tag system was a better alternative to the pseudo-tag.