Just a passing thought, why not make answers here in HP similar to webanswers where hubbers can earn. This makes 3 birds with one stone, hubbing, answering AND earning.
No thank you, there are already too many useless questions there.
No, then they would have to monitor and delete useless questions. They do not have time for that.
You're right. Many of the questions I read there are as irrelevant as asking why do we breath.
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