How often do you write an article from the "Requests" Area? Do you use the latest requests or the popular requests most? Do you search through them, or do you just randomly pick a topic from the list? Thanks in advance to those who reply.
I write one if I see one I really like, which is rare.
I check out the section every few days and if I find one I like I go with it. I'm more succeptible to thumbing through more pages if I'm low on ideas.
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