Whyyyyy does HP scramble the sequence of answers to these questions?
Shouldn't the sequential/temporal order of hubbers' responses stay intact? It certainly foils any conversational function or "thread" if the responses are are randomized any which way, don't you think?
This isn't a forum, nor is it a conversation. The answers wind up in order based on which ones are voted best by people who read the thread.
You've got it wrong. HP don't scramble them. Readers vote them up or down.
Relache and Paul are absolutely right. My answer should be at the bottom now.
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