Are some discussions heavy on the eye?

Mibbe eyes ain't so good! - j hpa\ ha ha\ r
@xboxboy (5578)
March 3, 2009 2:30pm CST
Is it just me or does one continuous paragraph hurt the eyes? I tend to skip out of discussions that appear as one long 'block'. I like to see open space and paragraphs. i find it easier on the eye. i care not puncuation or spelling is correct, only that i have 'eye' comfort in reading the discussion. I seem to see a lot of discussions lately with block writing. does it give you a headache or am i so old that my eyesight gets offended at the sight of a mini skirt in mid winter?
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@mrsl2008 (635)
3 Mar 09
I tend to right my discussions/response with pleanty of spaces in them similar to yours. I will skip some discussions if they are long without spaces x MrsL x x
@xboxboy (5578)
3 Mar 09
i feel it is a pity as they are most certainly of a high standard, but i choose to skip it as a personal preference as it does play havoc with my eyes!
@xboxboy (5578)
31 Mar 09
How are you?
@ljbinkop (744)
• United States
3 Mar 09
Hi xboxboy! No I don't skip a discussion if it is written out in one long paragraph, but I did get a laugh out of your final statement! I'm getting older myself, and now that you come to mention it, I think it is easier to read a discussion if it is broken up a bit! This is not to say of course that I would like people to shorten their discussion questions, just the opposite, acctually!! I Usually skip the "small" questions, as I do not think they provide enough information fo me to write any thing about! Another question just arose in my head, though. I though we got paid here at MyLot by the number of lines that we type, and I wonder if it makes a difference if you start spreading out your work??
@xboxboy (5578)
3 Mar 09
I am pretty sure we get paid for number of characters used but also in a correct format. How they work that out i have no idea!