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I agree, we do have way to many. Along with all the reasons mentioned in this thread, it also makes it virtually impossible to use the search feature that is there when you start a new thread. Therefore, we have tons of repeat threads. I try to title my threads very bluntly, so that people know what the thread is about, and so I can use the search feature to my full advantage.
I agree with you 100%...I see repeated thread themes all the time...it's almost like people wat to start thier own thread instead of posting on one with the same theme. I scan as many as I can but it get hard to focus when you have seen that same title or that same subject reapeatedly...
YES! I DO agree... I often don't have a lot of time to stay on WI, and am looking for new info - so, it's hard to weed through all the "Click Here" and "OMG! OMG! OMG!" , etc. - that tell you NOTHING on what the thread's about! THANKS for posting this!
Yes, and then you waste your time on something dumb. It actually is most of the OMG and Click Here's are just something dumb~ no offense to anyone else. But if you put what it's all about then you know what the thread is.
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