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What a witty rejoinder. Well, in my opinion, people might feel a bit diffident when answering questions, or they do not want to express their thoughts freely when they consider the repercussions that they would face from their comments, i.e. a criticism, sue, etc.
But that should not be a straitjacket for asking questions. Asking questions is vital in learning new things and clearing doubts. If you don't ask your teachers when you don't know how to solve a tricky Physics question, who will be the one losing?
We all have so many questions. Questions are much easier to create. If you have the answers to the questions then contribute them to the collection here.
It could be because we are curious and want to learn about things - or maybe we just forget the answer and need to ask again.
but i'm sure, this question will deffinitely get more answers....haha...great attention seeker !
Some questions have been asked too many times: "What is love?" "What would you do if you learned your mate cheated?" "What is your favorite movie?" "Who is the best (blah) (blah) of all time?".
In other instances the questions hold little or no interest for viewers. "How do you play (such and such)?".
Last but not least questions that appear on the (first page) under the categories of "Hot" and "Latest" are more likely to get responses. Very few people probably scroll through pages looking for questions to answer. Therefore if a question doesn't garner any answers the first couple of days it pretty much falls off of the grid in most viewers eyes.
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