What questions should we ask here which Google does not have.
I was told not to ask a question by a Hubber that I had asked since he found the answer in 5 seconds by searching in Google.
Well, that was mean of that hubber, but he might have a point about google. I think you ought to search like you normally would, and if you don't find that answer, ask here. Philosophic questions are a sure-fire way.
Keep in mind you can ask whatever you want. This is just my 2 cents.
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