The question When are OLS linear regression parameters inaccurate? has been rewritten 10 times at least. There should be no reason to have it [on hold]. How do I get it off [on hold]? Mind you, there seem to be 2 close votes and 4 reopen votes.
(1) Put a bounty on it?
(2) Copy it over to a new question?
(3) Bribe a moderator with flattery until they relent?
(4) Change something in the question yet again?
Ideas, please. I'm stumped. Also, even though it says that I can start a bounty in the help section to get myself out of this situation, and the question was posed 72 hours ago, there is no bounty option. So, unless someone else votes to reopen soon, all I can do is copy the question over as a separate question, wait 48 hours, then assign a bounty.
Seriously https://stats.stackexchange.com/help/no-one-answers says in part "If, despite your best efforts, you feel questions aren’t getting good answers, you can help by offering a bounty on any question more than two days old." but that option did not exist for me when the question was on hold, even when I unaccepted @Tim answer, which is another reason why bounty options can disappear, it's not there if you accept an answer.
Many thanks to the good colleagues who reopened the question. For those who feel that I did not play fair, let me point out that the question was headed for oblivion, and for penance I am now wearing the "I am your father" hat, to show everyone how evil I have become working on the dark side.