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    Closing a thread

    How do I close a thread after I resolve it?

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    You don't.
    All the buzzt!

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    Mention something inflammatory, religious, or political, and a moderator will close it for you after a couple days; or even just a couple hours if you're good.
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    The side effect is that your account may also get closed for some time.
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