I tend to ignore people people that list 15 questions in a row, how about you?

@WebMann (4732)
Canada
February 18, 2007 8:46am CST
I would think that if you want to ask 15 questions you could at least put them into the interest they belong in. Also it would be nice if you responded to a few posts between posting discussions. I am sure you would earn more money than having them all appear in a row.
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@cultoffury (1283)
• India
18 Feb 07
Even I get irritated by this. But still I try to respond to their posts, because I know, 0 responses don't look good in a profile. So even if I don't like people posting so many discussions in a row, I would respond, I am helpless.
@WebMann (4732)
• Canada
18 Feb 07
the reason I don't respond to these is because then they feel that it was okay to do. IF they get a few zero posts they may just realize that their techniques isn't working.
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• Grand Junction, Colorado
18 Feb 07
I can't agree more with you Webmann. The answer is no I don't I think that it is completely against the guidelines especially if you look at the questions most of them are all the same things just reworded, mylot specifically states to not start another discussion unless you have something new to contribute. I saw one the other night that had posted no less than 50 all about TV shows and the characters, the plots, do you like the lead actor. All of that could have been 1 discussion that they could have worded to show some quality. Instead they have 50 discussions of garbage. This is just my 2 cents I'm not trying to offend, but people you really should read the guidelines!!! :) I now relinquish the soap box to the next in line. :)
@WebMann (4732)
• Canada
20 Feb 07
Well I am glad I missed most of those posts. I was probably getting some much needed sleep. thanks for your response.
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@lonely_f16 (2147)
• Philippines
18 Feb 07
yah i think so too. Their motives are too obvious. I find commenting more interesting then making post after post
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@WebMann (4732)
• Canada
18 Feb 07
Even if I had 15 or 20 questions I would not do that. I would at least place a few posts in between or maybe go grab a coffee, just something so others have a chance to split up my discussions. :) Thanks
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@mypigbox (2245)
• China
19 Feb 07
Wow,the guy want to get the all answer quickly.Mybe they do not care making money,just get response/answer.
@sweetlady10 (3620)
• United States
19 Feb 07
You are just saying my words WebMann. I always ignore them. Some people are there in my list, who just start discussions in every two minute. At first I open those mail to look at the discussions, but always it was frustrating to see those in same topic. So, I just turn of their notify button. We should not reply to those discussions, then only they will learn when they will get 0 response.
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@tammyr (5958)
• Etowah, Tennessee
21 Feb 07
I have been lucky enough that I have not seen this. I have seen several started by a friend in a row, but it was in my friends list and so there could have been some between in the recent or new list, just not in the friends ones. I did not have a problem with these as they are all good quality topics that were long and thought out, and I figure they had though all day about what to post and when they logged on they posted them all , then respond to others, that way they would have time to go back and reply to their responses. If they had been survey type, yes/no questions or all the same only reworded, I guess I would report them, but I hardly ever go to hot, recent, or new discussions. I like to go to a friends homepage and look over their questions and pick new ones to answer, or get them from my friends discussion list, or in any of my interests, as I find better questions that I want to answer this way, and find out if a friend has been off for awhile.
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