Ayone find it weird that the Top news headlines often have very few responses?

United States
August 9, 2007 7:50am CST
Every time I look to see what the Top News Headlines are, I notice that they often have no responses, even if they are interesting and are important. Rescuers within 500 feet of Utah Miners, NYC Storm leave mess, Shiite Pilgrims converge on Baghdad, Political Turmoil in Pakistan, they all seem to be top hitting stories, I'm not really the one to talk because I have responded to one of these headlines probably once, but it doesn't mean I can't wonder. You might be saying a great deal of mylotters are not from the United States so these Headlines don't apply to them, but a great deal of the headlines are international news, and most people around the world have their eye on the United States anyway.
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@raijin (10373)
• Philippines
11 Aug 07
Maybe because it's been tackled too many times already, that there's nothing more to discuss about it. People get fed up by some of these topics, that some tend to look for more lighter and wholesome subject to talk about. For me, I don't go much from that section because there are times that I don't know how I would make a respond on it!;)
@socorban (651)
• United States
10 Aug 07
You are right about the population. Its worldwide so local news i doubt interests foreign eyes. However, Ive read many headlines, i just didn't really have much to respond about. Many are just the headlines and no commentary observations for opinion. SO how does one reply? With a simple "that's interesting"?? no i don't anyway. Maybe if the posters view was added along with a responsive question i might be inclined to do more than just read it since there asking about it as well.