Why only quick question subjects?

@brokentia (10396)
United States
November 7, 2006 4:58pm CST
Why can't there be more in depth questions/discussions? Wouldn't that make this more interesting? Or is everyone only worried about the number replies going up?
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@Jshean20 (14374)
• Canada
7 Nov 06
I think that most people are just concerned with posting and recieving lots of responses..the content isn't an issue to most.
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@brokentia (10396)
• United States
7 Nov 06
Well, it is becoming boring fast because of that...and I just got here today. Thanks for a response.
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@Aeval39 (774)
• United States
7 Nov 06
I agree, I think that people just want to get lots of responses because they believe they'll get more money for it. But I thought the length of responses matter too?
@Thewishlady (1046)
• Netherlands
7 Nov 06
I Agree with you.. There are too many questions like When are you born, Coca Cola or Pepsi, Coca Cola or Fanta. There is not much discussion going on there.. I like questions where you really can answer to... and not just yes or no questions...
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@brokentia (10396)
• United States
7 Nov 06
Is there not a way to report things like that to myLot? Can they not do anything about it? These quick Q&A are going to make me not want to be here.
• Australia
26 Nov 06
I prefer to post longer, descriptive answers because that is just who I am! Even when I am asked 'Coke or Pepsi', I would say: "I don't drink either regularly, though I enjoy the occasional Diet Coke or Pepsi Max. I think pepsi is much sweeter and less fizzy than Coke is." I like to type more because I'm sure it would be a lot more interesting than reading 'i like coke'. C'mon people, less us know what you think instead of typing short pointless posts just to 'make more money'!
• United States
24 Nov 06
It would be much more appericated and sure give us more to talk about. Which in turn then would pay us more, but I don't think people realize that.