In my opinion this question should be preserved even though it is bad, because it has nice answers worthy of preserving. To pick one example, I personally found idea of sleep sort to be rather enlightening in the thinking-outside-of-the-box kind of way.
The Question should stay locked. It is historically significant despite being a polling question.
Despite a few smart-aleck answers, there are some good answers in there. Most of the suggested algorithms are "non-traditional" which can be useful for learning from when a project has unique requirements. It's not mentioned in the answer, but BCrypt is an example algorithm that's been intentionally designed to run slower in order to hinder brute force attack.