Is there any point in closing a question?
Hubpages gives you the option of closing a question to stop any more answers coming in? Unless the question was still getting answers constantly long after it had been fully answered, why would you bother to close a question?
I guess if the question had caused too much of a fight maybe?
Although even if you choose a best answer people can continue to answer.
I was also wondering that question I also find it hard to pick just one answer as it's normally a mixture of answers that are correct or even there is no right answer it's just everyone's opinion.
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