HOW FAR back do you LOOK for DISCUSSIONS? When to face the fact?

@boldriq (201)
Slovenia
February 23, 2007 8:02pm CST
I was wondering how much effort dou you put in looking for discussion that you wanna respond to. Because there are new posts every second and are many pages to look for a discussion, when do you know that you've gotta accept the fact to give it up with your post? And when to choose for the best reponse?
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3 responses
• United States
24 Feb 07
I spend too much time looking for a decent discussion..sometimes it depends on what mood I'm in, too. It also depends on how much trouble I want to go to to pick out a best resonse.
@boldriq (201)
• Slovenia
26 Feb 07
Like I said in the upper post... I guess we all do it the simillar way. Thanks though.
@disvachic (10120)
• United States
24 Feb 07
I go throught friend list and browse through their discussions,i will go to the new users discussions,i go to discussions with no response,sometimes i look at the top discussions.I respond to discussions that interest me.When i use to start my discussions i would atleast wait atleast a week to mark best response or until i get alot of responses. I really dont start to many discussions anymore.I started one today and that was the first in a very long time.
@boldriq (201)
• Slovenia
26 Feb 07
Yeah. I was kind thinking the same way. And I guess most of the users are to. It's better that I make some friends and attend to them. Thanks.
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@moreinfo (3866)
• China
1 Mar 07
Just check your "my unresolved discussions", it will leads you to all your historical discussions. i just check all my unresolved discussions, but there are still 2 or 3, the comments are too meaningless, so i still dont chose the best response.