I wonder who on earth would be happy to read a series of long, boilerplate comments such as:
Welcome to cstheory, a Q&A site for research-level questions in theoretical computer science (TCS). Your question does not appear to be a research-level question in TCS. Please see the FAQ for more information on what is meant by this and suggestions for sites that might welcome your question. Finally, if your question is closed for being out of scope, and you believe you can edit the question to make it a research-level question, please feel free to do so. Closing is not permanent and questions can be reopened, check the FAQ for more information.
Please add some context/background/motivation for the question if you think the question is a research-level question and in Theoretical Computer Science's scope. You can find tips about writing a better question in our FAQ. For general level questions please consider posting on Computer Science.
I know, these comments partly came from another thread on meta, but this does not change the fact that they are stupidly long. Please do not use them.
Added: It is fine to argue that in theory, it should be possible to improve the templates to make it concise and to the point. I have seen this argument many times. In practice, no one has ever been able to make such an edit, and I think that there is a good reason why it is impossible. If you have time to argue the theoretical possibility, just edit the templates instead and have it done.