||[Dec. 22nd, 2005|08:02 pm]
The Question Club
|||||brainlessly bored at work||]|
1.When someone here asks a question that has only one answer (ie not an opinion question), why does it get multiple comments with the same answer?
2. If you're one of the later commenters, why did you bother commenting with the answer that's already been given?
(I can understand, say, the first 3 comments all having been made within the space of a few minutes, everyone clicking and typing at the same time and all, but after that...? Why would you bother commenting with something that's already been said?)
3. Do you ever type out most of an answer to an opinion-based question, and then think, oh forget it, and just hit back without posting? I do this a lot, especially if an opinion very similar to mine has already been commented.
3a. If it was your questions I was answering, would you prefer if I just posted it anyway, even if it's sort of a repeat answer?
4. If you could change one small, mostly insignificant thing about the world, what would it be? (something like making flowers bloom in tydye colors, NOT something huge like, world peace; I had a friend say she'd make bubbles automatically float around things, instead of smashing into stuff and popping- small things that would be neat, but not life-changing.)
5. Are you chronically late, chronically early, or chronically on-time? Have you always been this way?