Originally posted by @coquetteYou can always make a new thread and put a link to the old one.
Are there criteria for closing threads? I am not aware of any.
I don't see any rationale. I get it that it makes sense that we can't go back and arbitrarily bump any old thread from years past, but some are gems that are worth revisiting. For a hypothetical example, there might have been a debate about a major international event. The thread gets closed ...[text shortened]... r a notable celebrity raises the issue again. Wouldn't that make the old closed thread relevant?
Originally posted by @trev33Or when I post.
Usually after 60 days of no posts, isn't it?
Originally posted by @bigdoggproblemFair enough.
You can always make a new thread and put a link to the old one.
Originally posted by @moonbusThat would make you the thread-killer par excellence which you aren't...either you don't post enough or your statemant is not true.
Or when I post.