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If I change the words to a question, but it asks the same exact question, it can be unremoved?

Sorry if this is confusing, so let me explain. Say you asked "Is it possible to cook ramen in a microwave?" and it got removed. If you reword it as "Can I cook ramen in a microwave?" and it was acceptable but was asking the same question, would it be up again?

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How about you ask instead "How do I cook ramen in the microwave?" Your two examples limit the answers to yes or no.

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It's the only thing I could think of on short notice. >.< Bad example is bad.
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STECKEL
Don't you realize that a lot of people are complaining about this?
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STECKEL - We do realize some may not be happy, but the changes were made based on survey results from members of the community. If you have comments, concerns or suggestions, we do have a Feedback form here -- http://feedback.ask.com/ We certainly welcome your input.
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I already did, and no one really did responded correctly, use the survey again, results may be different!
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Probably...

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Shooshie..if the question means the same thing but asked in a different way, isn't that just semantics? It just seems like you guys are creating more work for yourselves as well as frustrating the ask community.

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You can cook ramen in a microwave. Fill the bowl with ramen and water, then cook for 4 minutes.

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