Why do people ask multiple questions on here back to back that can be easily looked up on Wiki...
maybe people don't like to search each and everything on the Wiki ...
To try your patience....
It because HP gives out these accolades, and you get your activity up. Some of them are so lame that after a while you stop coming here to this section of HP... my visits have reduced drastically.
Because they seem to think that the insignificant electronic medals that HPs bestow upon them is an indication that they have achieved some sort of result in their lives. It's sad really.
Answers is definitely a graveyard for the mind dead.
After a days work, over a glass of wine I like to rattle the cages of the righteous just for fun, otherwise I wouldn't bother.
The questions are crap, and the questioners are often retards who neither care about nor understand the answers..
Sometimes people ask questions for the purpose of:
1. Starting conversations.
2. Finding people with similar interests who like to respond in the same medium.
by ronhi6 years ago
Why do some people ask like 20 questions in a single day?
by Mark Lecuona5 years ago
Why has my score dropped to 69 and some of my accolades disappeared from my profile page?
by Steve Orion6 years ago
Why do you answer questions on HubPages?Accolades, helpfulness, or a mix of the two?
by DougBerry4 years ago
So, are you just answering/asking questions to get an accolade? I am.
by Chitrangada Sharan3 months ago
My hubber score is going down drastically, almost 10-15 points!! Is it just me?Every time I log in, the hubber score is decreased by one to two points. I am quite active on the site, reading others work, writing...
by simeonvisser7 years ago
Why do we have an accolade for number of questions made?It only seems to encourage nonsensical questions that are only asked for the sake of asking.
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