fedja
If I like your problem, I'll think of it in honest. However, if the question is badly posed or the information is incomplete, I'll vote to close it when in a bad mood and waste several hours of your and my time asking for clarification, pointing out trivial counterexamples, etc., when in a good mood. In both cases, the most likely outcome is that I'll finally switch my attention to something else. ;)
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