A question got one, or several answers. Before giving answer do you read what others have said?
Sometimes if some one has already responded with a similar answer and I have nothing to add I just +1 it but if I have something to add or I have a strong feeling on the subject it won't matter I'll answer anyway
More often than not I put my answer in before I'm influenced by what has been said before. Also, I tend to answer a question on what is asked, not what section it is in. If a question is ambiguous, I will answer in a way that is probably furthest from what the questioner meant.
I always answer and then read and find sometimes it is word for word what another person has said. Then as an after thought I add a couple of more points to it
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