This one's a tongue twister, so read again if needed!

@SomeCowgirl (32270)
United States
December 29, 2008 8:35pm CST
Have you ever noticed that the discussions asking if you've ever been highest rated / on today's top usually end up highest rated / today's top? I know that's a bit of a tongue twister, maybe not as bad as I was going to make it, but then again what you first think is never the way you type things are they? have you ever noticed that though? They tend to get the most responses too? Do you think this will get a lot of responses?
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@elitess (5072)
• Ipswich, England
30 Dec 08
Hi there Cow Girl. I have noticed this at times as well and it is rather strange as it is not logical (in a way) for those kind of discussions to be so well rated while other topics get ignored. I don't think this discussion will get a tons of responses but will gather some nevertheless.
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@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
30 Dec 08
I agree that it does not make sense for those discussions to gather such attention while others that are much with quality get ignored. I only ask if you think that it will get responses as this discussion itself is one of those discussions that are just a side of what better discussions are. I appreciate the response.
@richiem (3646)
• Philippines
30 Dec 08
I think you are saying those discussions which are confusing gets a lot of responses because most of the responses are asking what the discussions is about really. I hope I get that right. Sometimes I do have trouble explaining which is the today's top and which is the highest rated. And it lengthens the conversation.
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
30 Dec 08
No, I'm sorry I confused you though. Seems as if I am confusing everyone though. I'm actually asking if anyone else has noticed that discussions asking if anyone has gotten the highest rated or today's top, itself (the discussion) gets on either / or those lists. I hope that clarified it. I appreciate the response.
@tarheel (151)
• United States
30 Dec 08
That is a little confusing....I got it my third time reading through it. I don't know if it will get a lot of responses, but I will at least get you started. I don't even respond to a discussion that already has more than 10 responses....no matter how interesting the topic. that one person made their money off the discussion, so I try to look around for the ones that have no responses. Unfortunately some of them have no response for a reason.........but we can not all agree on what is interesting or worthwhile.
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@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
30 Dec 08
I base my responses on discussions I find interesting. I know I've done discussions that I thought were interesting but I got squat on. Yea, sorry it was confusing, I guess that's the best way I could think to word it. I appreciate the response though.
@ljy559 (181)
• Malaysia
30 Dec 08
lol. I still don't get it..
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
30 Dec 08
Let me see if I can rephrase it for you, have you ever come across a discussion with a title similar to this : Have you ever gotten a today's top / high rating on a discussion?.... and noticed that that discussion, asking if anyone has, itself (the discussion) got on the top discussion list. I've noticed that.