From what I can see it did not infringe on any of these rules:
1. The subject of the thread is too short and not descriptive enough. We often see users just put one word or sometimes two words. Even 3-4 words can be too short. These are immediately anchored. Again, be descriptive. The subject should contain the point of your thread.
2. The subject of the thread is cut off. This is a problem that has been popping up a lot lately. A user will post a subject such as:
"The key to winning the game is..."
"I am about to get torn to shreds but I think that"
For whatever reasons, the user cut the subject off and is requiring that the reader click on the thread to find out what the point of the thread is. We would rather the main idea of the thread to be inside the subject.
3. THE SUBJECT OR POST IS IN ALL CAPS. These are immediately anchored. All caps are hard to read and comes across as shouting.
4. There is already a thread on the info that you are posting. This is self-explanatory. We don't need 10 threads on the board announcing what Robert Smith just said about LSU. We usually keep the thread with the best subject, and anchor/delete the repeat threads.
5. The topic has been beaten to death. Sometimes, topics have run their course and need to just fade away.
6. A thread has gone off topic. If the replies inside a thread have nothing to do with the main idea in the subject, we often anchor.