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If this site will not contain psychology or mental-hacks, the "habits" tag should be deleted. The presence of it is misleading and conflates the scope of the site.

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    On a sort of side not, I also personally think skepticism should be removed as it is basically someone's view on a topic and there aren't really hacks for people's opinions... – MrPhooky Mar 8 '15 at 2:09
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I agree with this completely. If a new user sees the tag, they might assume that they can ask questions about dealing with habits. Right now, no one should tag anything with or edit anything about it which might encourage people to use it even more. The one question that is tagged with right now should be deleted ASAP (we'll have to wait because it was just asked) or we can retag it, but I don't really think we have an tags that fit the questions.

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I retagged the question as to remove . The question should be deleted ASAP.

  • Is it blacklisted? – Tim Apr 5 '15 at 19:42
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    @Tim That has to be done by a community manager. Hopefully by the time a user can create new tags they will be aware that mind hacks are off topic. – Mooseman Apr 5 '15 at 21:46

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