Inspired by this question, which lay dormant since 2013 but was recently dug up and answered.
I feel like this question should have been closed, as the answer can totally be gotten by googling "dice/gaming shops in (wherever)". So, I tried to flag it for closing, but none of the criteria fit. I then scanned the relevant Help pages to see if such questions were off-topic here, and came up empty, and also checked here on Meta (cursorily searched for "Google") and came up with a related question that implied that while such questions were of poor quality, letting the user know that they could have Googled it was a sufficient answer. In the end I just downvoted it for "lack of research" as per the tooltip and left it at that.
Was that the proper response, or should such questions be closed? I feel like it's one thing if the user is looking for information that would be linked to via Google, like a gaming SRD, then the notion that the SE page on such a topic coming up first via Googling the topic is fine, but when the answer is literally a region-specific list of results gotten from Google itself, not so much.