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On the Movies & TV Stack Exchagne site, I asked "What is the movie that features a wife killing her husband after finding out he killed many innocent people during the war?" A person commented "High Crimes?", so I searched for High Crimes. It turns out that High Crimes was the movie I looked for.
I read the plot of the movie, and the wife didn't even kill the husband. My memory was so vague that I couldn't even remember details.
I found my post downvoted twice, and I asked why. Someone commented 'The rules here is the "identify" questions must contain as much details as possible'.
This penalizes people who remember little or hardly anything and thus need more help, which is bad. The thing is that the rules don't directly warrant this behavior.
I think rules should be changed so that status attacks are made more difficult. By making it more difficult for anyone to launch status attacks, I think we'll prevent trolls and/or people who exaggerate rules from attacking others.