Not another one!

United States
September 16, 2008 5:17am CST
One again there is a new discussion on the ancient earth shattering topic demanding an intelligent debate...yes indeed the infamous ICE CREAM topic. Out of curiosity I checked the numbers and the results are 175 pages of the ice cream topic that amounts to 1,750 discussion opened on this topic. My question is do you think any other topic beats this one? I never respond to any of these type inane discussion topics do you?
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@owlwings (38091)
• Cambridge, England
16 Sep 08
I try not to respond to discussions that ask "What flavour ice cream do you like best?" or "What colour are your eyes?" They actually violate the guidelines, so it's not worth wasting one's time responding because they should be deleted. If I check the person's profile and see that they are persistently posting this kind of discussion, I will report, say, three of them and let MyLot deal with it. We don't need that kind of discussion wasting space here and I don't have a lot of time for people who don't read the Terms and Conditions when joining a site.
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• United States
16 Sep 08
I have noticed thatpeople who don't read the Terms and Conditions when joining a site. Are the first one to post discussion asking the simplest questions about myLot. I am inclined to be a bit sartcastic and post the link to myLot guidelines.
@owlwings (38091)
• Cambridge, England
16 Sep 08
I'm so glad that I'm not the only one to get sarky with people who can't be bothered to look about them before they ask questions! I do think, though, that if the links were bigger and in a rather more obvious place (like a side menu), it would help.
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@owlwings (38091)
• Cambridge, England
7 Nov 08
Yes, I've often thought that the links should be more obvious - and obligatory to read on signing up, too! Thanks for BA!
@Lakota12 (42794)
• United States
16 Sep 08
Quilty I have answered a couple of them . Never thought to look it up on which ones has the most post stareted
• United States
16 Sep 08
I am guilty as well but that was way back when I was responding to every post to increase my earnings. Over the years I realise it is not really worth as I was losing points and never knew why.
@Lakota12 (42794)
• United States
16 Sep 08
NOw we know!
@GardenGerty (90290)
• Marion, Kansas
17 Sep 08
Depends on what they ask with it.(You want fries with that?) Like where do you get your favorite ice cream, and then I can tell about a local dairy store.I will answer if it is a genuine question, not just a freebie type question. Like "How natural is your ice cream?" Mostly, I do not respond to those, and some of the other inane ones.