Because they want people to read their hubs, or just follow them. That is why people post questions.
Probably for the reason DTN has mentioned. Another reason could be that they can't be bothered to look the answers up for themselves.
In many cases, a quick Google and the answer's right there in front of you.
Perhaps your question should be why do we answer Dumb questions ?
Merlin I will take you up on that. (chuckle) I Love asking this type of question from time to time.
To get answers you have to ask questions.Somethings we might ask a scientist that to him might be childish ...but to us it would be important.
Don't let the trees in your life grow so much that you can't see the underbrush therein.
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