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What question makes it a "hot" question?


Sometimes I ask questions I may think are relevant to current events and are "hot topic" questions, yet they don't show up as "hot" questions. Is there a special format or requirement to get to that level? Seriously, I look at some and wonder why are they there...with spelling and grammatical errors and mine isn't? Am I looking too deeply into the reasoning?

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    Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) 4 years ago

    I have no idea how this happened.

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    Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) 4 years ago

    Thank you for the comment, but trust me, I have/had no idea it would be a "hot" question. Seriously, I still don't know why.


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rutley says

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    Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) 4 years ago

    I too understand what you are saying about sometimes hot and sometimes not. Now, how did this question end up "hot?"

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    Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) 4 years ago

    I agree with you about skipping over questions/Hubs filled with misspellings. My harsh reality is if someone can't take the time to proof their own work...how can they expect people to read and comment on it?

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