I am not sure how to deal with this, but we frequently get questions that suck because they are too vague.
I am posting this because of this topic:
Hello everyone, I am game design student. I was wanting to ask you all if any of you knew what would be the best program for me to start using now as a beginner so that I can develope skills needed in the gaming industry.
And after this people are going to great lengths to try and answer the question.
The problem is that no-one knows exactly what 'program' means..
And pointing that out and/or demanding that the OP ask a better question, that doesn't seem to be well received.
That particular topic (or lack of topic) seems to be the classic Help Vampire Problem:
It's called that because it sucks the blood out of people who really tries hard to answer what really is an unanswerable question.
They tend to ask impossible questions, like: "How do I build a forum?" to try and trick their victims.
Sometimes intentional, but not all the time.
How do we stop them?
And how do we prevent well meaning people from being sucked dry by trying to answer these impossible questions?
We could flag the topic so that a moderator could look into it, but I am not really sure if that would help anyone. The Original Poster would probably just carry on and be none the wiser, and good people will still waste time by answering what they think would be a possible question..