Rationale behind locking threads?
I recently saw a thread that was closed because there was ". . . nothing new to say" after just 43 posts. The topic was receiving national attention and people seemed interested in talking about it. Does anyone understand why this is? Does the mod really think that there is nothing more to say, or does the mod just not like the topic?
Not trying to be a smart ars here but isn't this forum all about discourse on topics? Does a locked thread suggest that the topic is now off limits? I'm stumped.
Last edited by Evan Thomas; October 2, 2013 at 08:51 AM.
Reason: corrected spelling.