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My question here was directly prompted by this QA:

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/85921/how-do-i-explain-to-hr-that-my-work-experience-is-relevant-even-if-it-doesnt-mathttps://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/85921/how-do-i-explain-to-hr-that-my-work-experience-is-relevant-even-if-it-doesnt-mat

I'm not sure if I think this should be closed. On the one hand, I'm fine with the original question. I don't like it but I'm fine with it.

On the other hand, the ensuing discussion in the comments is shaping up to be a flamewar because of the argumentativeness of the person who asked the original question.

Is it appropriate to close (or in my case flag, since I can't close) a question because of it's ensuing discussion?

My question here was directly prompted by this QA:

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/85921/how-do-i-explain-to-hr-that-my-work-experience-is-relevant-even-if-it-doesnt-mat

I'm not sure if I think this should be closed. On the one hand, I'm fine with the original question. I don't like it but I'm fine with it.

On the other hand, the ensuing discussion in the comments is shaping up to be a flamewar because of the argumentativeness of the person who asked the original question.

Is it appropriate to close (or in my case flag, since I can't close) a question because of it's ensuing discussion?

My question here was directly prompted by this QA:

https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/85921/how-do-i-explain-to-hr-that-my-work-experience-is-relevant-even-if-it-doesnt-mat

I'm not sure if I think this should be closed. On the one hand, I'm fine with the original question. I don't like it but I'm fine with it.

On the other hand, the ensuing discussion in the comments is shaping up to be a flamewar because of the argumentativeness of the person who asked the original question.

Is it appropriate to close (or in my case flag, since I can't close) a question because of it's ensuing discussion?

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Close due to ensuing discussion and not original question?

My question here was directly prompted by this QA:

http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/85921/how-do-i-explain-to-hr-that-my-work-experience-is-relevant-even-if-it-doesnt-mat

I'm not sure if I think this should be closed. On the one hand, I'm fine with the original question. I don't like it but I'm fine with it.

On the other hand, the ensuing discussion in the comments is shaping up to be a flamewar because of the argumentativeness of the person who asked the original question.

Is it appropriate to close (or in my case flag, since I can't close) a question because of it's ensuing discussion?