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Re: Questions only thred

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Re: Questions only thred

Is anyone actually reading the questions, or do they just skip to the end and post somethng?

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cassembler
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Re: Questions only thred


cassembler wrote:

Is anyone actually reading the questions, or do they just skip to the end and post somethng?


Is anyone wondering, "Why would I ask a question like this?" Further, why would I quote myself?

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teenastie
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Re: Questions only thread

Will there be an answer thread for all these unanswered questions?



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cassembler
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Re: Questions only thread


teenastie wrote:

Will there be an answer thread for all these unanswered questions?


Why don't you make one?

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Re: Questions only thread

Why would we have a game of answers?  Does this thread remind you of a book you read in high school?  One where the protagonists play a similar game but can't ask rhetorical questions?

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cassembler
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Re: Questions only thread


DaveSignal wrote:

Why would we have a game of answers?  Does this thread remind you of a book you read in high school?  One where the protagonists play a similar game but can't ask rhetorical questions?


What book is that?

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Re: Questions only thread


cassembler wrote:

DaveSignal wrote:

Why would we have a game of answers?  Does this thread remind you of a book you read in high school?  One where the protagonists play a similar game but can't ask rhetorical questions?


What book is that?


I vaguely remember reading it a long time ago, but wasn't it based on a play by Shakepeare?  Maybe with 2 charcters from Hamlet?

Does that first question count?  Did I kind of sneak a statement into my question?

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Re: Questions only thread

Mary Ann or Ginger?

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Re: Questions only thread

Sohuld there be an answers only thread accomed by another thred in which you try to find the oringinal question?

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