Does it surprise you how few questions you've asked... especially you lifers?
I just took a look at my stats for the first time in a very long time, and it’s interesting to me that in the three years I’ve been here I’ve only asked around 320 questions. I know, too, that a good number of those questions weren’t really about me truly not knowing something and needing an answer, so one might say that I’ve had a need to ask a question far fewer than 320 times.
I know this kind of ratio (lots of answers to far fewer questions) is common among many flutherers, but it just kind of gives me pause to think what this implies, whether I’m incurious/set in my ways or am more prone to use fluther to bring up topics I want discussed and promulgated (which I’ve definitely done many times), or whether I just know a lot of stuff, or whether I prefer to get answers to “real” questions elsewhere, or whether there’s only so many questions one needs to ask (and get answered) in life before you pretty much have a satisfactory big picture (which I also tend to think applies in my case).
It just seems like a small number for such a big world of stuff one might encounter, especially given the advantages offered by the Internet.
What’s your experience been, and what is your take on this?