Especially if it is a "Stir the pot" type question. What is the point of taking time to write articles, sometimes very well written articles, then turning off the comments? We all know the Q and A doesn't provide ample room for any real conversation/debate. So I have to wonder what is the real reason for turning off the comment section for articles that we know aren't written for google and are clearly written for other hubbers.
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I guess I was referring to articles that clearly intentionally are starting a debate with other hubbers.
What you call a debate, is what I call an exchange of views. What is the purpose of everyone agreeing on the answer to the questions? That is truly a waste of time and energy.
you think political questions sn be debated, or argued, Y?
You think that includes me? I shut down a comment section with a reason, and I added several hubs with questions in them for full comments. No takers? I delete comments, as an example when someone uses a tasteless pic, like Donald Trump Naked!
Get over yourself Brad. I didn't have you in mind. Your ideological wind bag buddies, on the other hand, dId. And take it up whoever posted a nude donald trump.
Yet you made a categorical statement
I gave an example of what and why I delete
Don't worry, I won't bother you again.
Please dont, pretentious comments with no substance doesn't play well with me.
You are why I wrote this Q. You have a couple articles I wanted to add my opinion to that weren't really something I could write a Q about because it was opinion, not question.
What was the question? you say was opinion? Do you have anything to comment on my comment here? As I said I created several hubs that have a list of ?s that can be answered fully, so ?
It was about the dwindling views on answers and a comment section in the Q and A doesn't provide space to add any amount of thought. I was simply thinking about the view decrease and what I believed to be the cause of it, as I was reading ur article