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Are spoilers a reason to get downvotes?

No, they are not. First of all, there is nothing wrong with asking a question that contains spoilers and it is absolutely no requirement to use spoiler blocks in the question body (in fact, they are ...
Napoleon Wilson's user avatar
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Explain down votes

No Firstly, we don't have to explain why we downvote... the reason is right there when you hover over the downvote arrow. This question does not show any research effort; it is unclear or not useful. ...
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Questions on if or when a movie or show will be released

From the Help Center, the following is shown as off topic: A title's release date or rumors about a specific title or series. So in my opinion, questions about if or when something will be ...
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Should Movies & TV SE participate in the 1 reputation voting experiment?

No This answer is provided so people can vote for it if they oppose participating. Some reasons to not participate: Accounts could be created and used to vote and then abandoned. Users who have not ...
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Why was this question heavily downvoted for seemingly "technical" issues?

I didn't downvote, but I am not sure about the others. However, the reasons I can think of are, Not a clear definition of what Manspreading is. Linking to Wiki page instead of a clip. You can more ...
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Do you think this title needs change?

First of all, while not particularly off-topic on this per-site meta, such discussions about the broader workings of the SE framework usually fare better on the main meta site. That being said, I ...
Napoleon Wilson's user avatar
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How much reputation for a question upvote?

I refer you to the help-center reputation page, which confirms that question upvotes give +5 reputation.
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Why was this question heavily downvoted for seemingly "technical" issues?

I downvoted it after you insulted the person who provided the correct answer - including a clip that demonstrated that you had selected an overly edited clip that removed the context explaining the ...
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If someone's reputations come back to below 15

No, those votes won't be erased. Votes are only erased in case of voting fraud (massively voting on posts from specific other users) and when a user deletes their account. I looked for an ...
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Why was this question heavily downvoted for seemingly "technical" issues?

Not everyone that votes add comments, so don't get too caught up on that. Also it's not heavily downvoted, as far as I see it's only 3 downvotes! I can't speak for everyone but I suppose it's because ...
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Why do we lose one reputation by downvoting posts?

The motivation behind it is to put emphasis on up-voting or not voting at all. This way, down votes will carry more weight and it will also prevent users from abusing the system by down-voting ...
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