Do you ever ask questions that have several, but simple, parts to them?
Please read the details. This is not a yes or no question.
What I mean is, do you ever ask questions that have more than one part to them, because asking more questions within the details, if answered in their entirety (rather than just answering the title Q) will get you more useful and specific information? Do you ever ask Q’s that should elicit a specific answer, rather than a simple yes or no, but you still get yes or no answers anyway? Do you flag those answers? Do you try to explain again, what you are asking, on the thread itself? Or do you just ignore the answers that seem to have missed the mark?
Do you ever wonder why people bother to answer questions with just a yes or no, when those two answers do not really answer the question, nor do they give any insight or information or help to the person asking the Q?
Can you tell me the name of a good hair salon?
Here are the details inside which are asking for more specific information:
If you know of one, which is the best stylist to pick from that salon? How much do you normally tip?
Do you often find that people are unwilling, or can’t quite grasp the concept of the question, in its entirety, which includes the details and extra bits that make the answers more useful?