Someone asked me a question that I really can't write a whole hub about, but the space below the question says - closed to answers. Do I just ignore the asker? If I email her, won't I expose my email to a stranger?
If you don't want her/him to see your personal email address, then yes, you'll have to ignore it. The best you can hope for is that they will read your post here.
Yeah, I've answered some questions on people's fan mail box. If it's someone I 'know' that's different.
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