Once upon a time I was challenged to "post an example on Meta" when I found a similar, but different, question being blocked as a duplicate.
My question, "Why would it be logical to call clearance delivery prior to CTAF during an instrument approach?", is not asking why a CTAF appears on the plate, but rather why it appears in the order that it does.
My question was marked as a duplicate of, "Why is the clearance delivery frequency included on an approach plate?". This question asks about the existence of the frequency on the plate, but it fails to address the reasoning for the order of it being on the plate.
When we get these near tangents to other questions and mark them as duplicate, do we not effectively make the ability to obtain an answer via Stack indefinitely impossible. Now, my question has no answer on either question. Note that the other question's example has the clearance delivery frequency at the end rather than before CTAF and therefore could not possibly address my question.
If someone else had this same question:
A) they would not find the answer on the "primary" question.
B) they would not find the answer on the question marked as a duplicate
C) they could not ask the real question because I already have and it was shot down as a false duplicate.