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In my list of Q&A, of the questions I've posed, all of them have an upper-case letter "C" following the question in the list.
What is that about? What does it mean? Why is it there?
According to the symbol descriptions at the bottom of the Q&A stats page, someone at HP has closed all your questions to new answers.
Oh? Well, I thought that was OUR prerogative! There is, after all, that option shown to us in the question itself....
Funny cause my questions all have BS next to them...wonder what that could stand for...hmmm
That is curious. I thought closing to new answers was our prerogative. Strange things are happening to me, too. I noticed about six new comments on an old hub of mine and discovered that HP is warning me that it may have been copied. I was aware of this and filed a complaint a year ago, but nothing came of it, and now it seems to be bringing me a whole lot of new readers.
by Suzie ONeill6 years ago
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by Faith Reaper5 years ago
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by SportsBetter5 years ago
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by Jennifer Arnett4 years ago
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by Ralph Schwartz2 years ago
Why ask a question - do you really care about the responses or is it for entertainment?
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