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Best Answer John R Wilsdon says
Makes sense John, thanks for the reply !
Well hockey8mn for the time I have been in HP I have seen tons of questions been asked every now and then, few questions don't even make much sense. I just wanted to see the real motive behind it..and I think am getting it now :)
Dilip Chandra says
Audrey Selig says
thanks for replying ! I agree with that the site has abundance of knowledgable people !!
Rain Defence says
Yeah I agree Rain but john000's answer makes better sense ! thanks for your 2 cents...
H C Palting says
thanks for replying Express, i think I am getting to the point now where I can feel the real motive behind asking questions !
Janis Leslie Evans says
The feelings mutual Janshares but from all the answers that I see, it seems like asking question has trended into some sort of a discussion board, where people want to interact with other hubbers and not really looking for a specific answer !!
Frank P. Crane says
that is somewhat interesting, I should try it sometime before writing a hub :)
CJ Sledgehammer says
I have asked questions about color to get feedback on people thoughts, what is the norm, what is not the norm, etc. It is quite helpful in building fictional characters for writing. Just out of curiosity what else do you consider lame?
Well to summarise I think i got it correct below: it seems like asking question has trended into some sort of a discussion board, where people want to interact with other hubbers and not really looking for a specific answer !!
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