For those above 500 posts, do you read what you copy and paste?

@goergineo (1498)
Jordan
April 23, 2008 11:10am CST
well, sometimes it is too long discussion plus the mylotter who started it post 10 of theses long discussions in less than 1 min.
1 person likes this
3 responses
• United States
24 Apr 08
there are times when i would like to get a dicussion or a reponse started - and i know it will be a long one... then i can get it going in word, and go back to it later, then copy/paste what I'VE written... it would also be nice for links; but never should you consider plagiarism or cheating in any other way. i'd thought, by the way, that it was 100, not 500; so i'm not nearly as close as i thought i was:(
@kilani123 (865)
• United Arab Emirates
23 Apr 08
I did not reach 500 yet but even if I did, I will never ever cut and paste cause I do not like it at all.
@bcote212 (1113)
• United States
23 Apr 08
I am aver the 500 posts, but dont use the copy/paste feature at all. I figuer if I am going to post something it should be something that I said, and not something someone else said. There are rare occasions however when I find something that I find to be really important and will paste it, but this may happen once every fre months.