Can You Answer Your Own Questions?
February 11, 2007 8:48pm CST
Hey, I'm not really exercised about this, but I'm just curious. Do you guys notice that a lot of people have issues that they raise and ask everyone's opinion but never state their own? I don't mind answering these questions, and I go ahead and do it usually, but I like to see the original poster start out with his own response or viewpoint. Even if you say "some people think _________________ and others think________________it's a little bit better jumping-off point to me. What does everyone else think? Do you usually state your own viewpoint, do you care or even notice if others do?
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12 Feb 07
I actually made a post of my mylot pet peeves and that was was of them. I figure that if someone is going to start off a discussion we should at least hear where they stand on the subject. I normally don't respond to those kind of discussion.. I just rate them - and move on.
12 Feb 07
i never even thought about it before. sometimes i state my viewpoint, sometimes i don't. it depends on the question i have. if i have a question where some people have stated their opinion, i type that to find what other people think. but some of my questions, i haven't had anyone give any views yet and that is why i just ask the question without putting a viewpoint. to me it doesn't matter if people ask questions without putting a viewpoint.