I've noticed a few questions on here that are pretty, well, chatty, and a lot of answers where people are just offering their opinion on the poster's question. Since we want this to be the premier site for concise, answerable, fact-based questions, can we work hard and try to nip this in the bud (especially since lots of high rep users are part of the problem instead of the solution right now)? I suspect that we have a lot of new-to-Stack-Exchange users coming from the forums, and we will want to make sure that this site keeps a clearly different "feel" from there.
This is way too open-ended and invites subjective suggestions. For reference, sites like Gaming prohibit shopping advice and recommendations.
The accepted answer for this one starts with "my predictions are", and the question itself is pretty useless. Predictions? This is supposed to be expert Q&A.
The answers to this one are totally uninformed, possibly even dangerous. You should not be answering a question like this unless you know exactly what you're talking about (probably the question needs to be on a legal site anyways).
Remember people, you should not be answering a question just to offer your opinion or input. Stack Exchange sites are meant to offer expertise where accepted and high-scored answers can be trusted to basically be "the final word" on the subject. This isn't a forum, and it isn't a strategy meeting. It's a place to compile verifiable, referenced facts for the use of the internet at large.
My apologies if I come on a bit strong, but I don't want to go through downvoting tens or hundreds of questions and answers when there's a much better high-level solution--all of us getting on the same page.