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I found a heavily bunned but dated
show idea here in the halfbakery called
House" that I linked to the site of the
MTV series "The 70s House." When a
halfbakery post is found to be
baked, a link that leads to the proof
by a special symbol. I'm
an inverted lightbulb, but open to other
concepts. Tagging a link with a 'Baked
could only be done by [jutta] or
halfbaked [Cube, Jan 27 2006]
The 70s House
baked [Cube, Jan 27 2006]
||Thinking in sweeping (hypothetical) generalities here, but in order for something to get the 'official' bulb of approval, what should the criteria be?
||Why a bulb? Maybe we could have a chefs hat?, or a microwave oven? Oven Gloves??
||Actually, if ideas are really-really baked, they are usually mfd'd (Marked for deleti0n) and removed at some point....
||This is good, but it should only be applied to older ideas that have been baked, not an idea that can be marked "widely known to exist". So, to sum up, ideas that were on the HB before they were baked, yes, ideas that are freshly posted despite their real life existence, no.
||Just posting a link on the idea with a caption of "now baked" or something along those lines would serve the same purpose and involve no moderator involvement.
||And I can't see there being enough ideas like the linked one to warrant the effort. Although there was that TV show linked on something a while ago where they made cream cheese rings and the anti-ouch lego system. Also, there's a spork somewhere around here.
||<Wanders off mumbling and considering creating the user account of [moderator]>