A few of my questions have been closed in the past because "a question by definition has an answer", and so on.
However, by looking at questions with the most votes, I can see this recent example:
Now, in the real world the professionality of talking to a rubber duck would depend a lot from company culture. I assume it would be very different at a Big4 or in a startup.
This question is closely related to a specific work environment. And its chosen answer is even spectacularly generic, "in the IT world it's generally accepted".
In the past I asked questions about "is this part of startup life" or "can I expect this from a startup", and my questions were closed with the usual motivation of "questions by definition have an answer".
In comparison to that glorious example, why would "in startups this is what generally happens" be unacceptable, as opposed to closing a question?
I am baffled.