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Tim Lymington
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13 votes

Why did this question on meta, related to a question which got 2 down votes on the main site, get 4 down votes and no answer?

8 votes

Can I down vote my own reputation?

6 votes
Accepted

Question feedback - Did I do anything wrong here?

7 votes

What's going on here?

7 votes

The first anonymous downvote

0 votes

I just lost 15 in one go – a fine?

4 votes

How can I answer a question privately?

8 votes

Acceptability of trivia questions

3 votes
Accepted

Why does an edit have to be at least 6 characters?

3 votes
Accepted

Rep caps vs. downvotes, and the downvotes have it

11 votes
Accepted

Moderators’ policy on hectoring

8 votes

Why do some people have negative opinions against questions on Shakespeare's works?

5 votes
Accepted

What policy exists on answers with inclusion of cultural context to English usage?

3 votes

Could ELU place an announcement for beginners linking to ELL?

8 votes

http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/194416/was-not-to-be-closed-construct

4 votes

The 200 daily limit isn't limiting me

4 votes
Accepted

Why aren't ELL, Writers, etc available as "migration" options when flagging/closing posts?

6 votes

Closure of questions under the Legal tag? Please reopen?

2 votes

Is it OK to post answers that offer terms used outside of their usual context by specific groups

5 votes

Using an answer to comment on real answers

12 votes

Is asking a question on English usage which is obvious for native English speakers but not so for English language learners off-topic?

3 votes
Accepted

Can I ask this question on this site?

1 vote

Bad questions can lead to good answers

3 votes

Proposal for narrowing the scope of the "reference" close vote

43 votes

"Oh The Horror" Hat Club 2013

2 votes

rescue a question?

2 votes

Asking for help in order to improve a paper

4 votes

An idea to discourage excessive anonymous downvoting

2 votes

'questions can be answered using commonly-available references' or 'questions can be answered unequivocally using commonly-available references'

0 votes

Formatting a Quote