How to save my account from ban from asking new questions?
Firstly, if what I suspect is happening it's not a ban, more that you will be rate limited to asking only a set number of questions per day/week.
So you'd better make each question as good as it can possibly be. So....
Ask better questions!
Honestly it's that simple...and that hard. A good question can be really tricky to put together so you have to craft it carefully before posting.
Downvotes are received because the question is "unclear, lacks research or is not useful". It says so right on the tooltip if you hover over the down arrow.
So what can you do?
Take some time...don't just dash off a quick question (or seven)...and
Make sure it's clear what you are actually asking. If you don't understand a particular phrase or expression, try googling that. It might be, if it's a language thing then English Language Learners or English Language Usage on Stack Exchange might be a better fit.
You MUST do some research first. Rewatch the movie again...Check Wikipedia, IMDB, Google, Quora etc. for answers BEFORE asking here.
Is what you are asking important to your deeper understanding of the film? General trivia questions aren't encouraged.
On researching I will paraphrase (shamelessly steal), this answer from MetaStackOverflow
How much research effort is expected of Movies & TV users?
A lot. An absurd amount. More than you think you are capable of. In fact, asking a question on Movies & TV is the absolute last thing you ever want to do. You want to avoid it at all costs. You want to think of it as a horrible shame that will forever haunt you and pass down from you to your descendants. You want very much to find your answer some other way.
You want to
- Search. Like mad. Not just for 10 minutes...hours, days even. Use Google like it's your best friend. Change words around, (yes, result change based on wording).
- Wikipedia is your 2nd best friend.
- IMDB is a close pal too.
- Find books.
Anything to avoid adding another question to Movies & TV.
You never want to hit that "ask question" button and absolutely never do you want to click the "post your question" button.
After you have reached the end of your rope and the pain of not having the answer exceeds the vast amount of shame received by posting your question, that's when you can go ahead and ask. Because at that point, you will have done whatever research necessary to make it a good question worth asking. Because so help me, if your question gets an answer within 30 seconds that has 10 upvotes within 3 minutes, you did not do enough research.