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I'm agreed that it's bad when asking person just do not understand an answer and gets upsets himself and sometimes annoys others.

OTOH You've remembered me an episode from South Park
when a father comes to a bar and asks friends
- How do you think, should I have sex with my son to save his life?
- Hmmmm, what a question! But wait, I have a better one: would you have sex with your father to save your mother's life?
- (all others) Uuuuu! wait, wait, would you have sex with your mother to save you own life.....
(here stupidity of situation grew more and more, and asker just run away from that bar full of friends...)

and so on. I mean, I tried to discover another problem!

But yes, I agree that solving my problem will be just impossible, at least because after my suggestion there will be much more problems.

Okay, pals, I'll try my another thought later to think.

In reply to Re: Re: How node in SOPW is answered? I suggest author's ability to reject bad answers by Chicken
in thread How node in SOPW is answered? I suggest author's ability to reject bad answers by Chicken

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