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Will the last question asked on Fluther this year end up as venom filled, malice laden, slap down, or will it be an enlightened question earning a Jules Verne?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (26821points) December 31st, 2014

Seeing the way certain questions have gone this year, will the last question asked here be a bust, or a boon, basically?

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dappled_leaves's avatar

I hope it’s an enlightened question about Jules Verne. Let’s work towards that.

CWOTUS's avatar

Not every disagreement is a venom-filled, malice-laden slapdown. And though some pointed questions seem to be written from the point of view of someone with a chip on his shoulder, whether deserved or not, there aren’t a lot of questions that I could ever call “enlightened”.

Earthbound_Misfit's avatar

We’re in 2015 already where I am. Not too much venom in the questions being posed that I can see.

dappled_leaves's avatar

And we missed the Jules Verne question deadline! Damn.

Aethelwine's avatar

someone on the west coast still has a chance @dappled_leaves!

It may be up to you @Hypocrisy_Central

ucme's avatar

No one should even remotely care, gone in an instant.

longgone's avatar

Can a question earn a Jules Verne?

JLeslie's avatar

Last question in which time zone?

Coloma's avatar

First we need to determine what the last Q. of 2014 actually was. I’m not into researching but feel free whoever. lol
I only bare my fangs when other vipers start rattling my basket.
I am a charming Cobra but will spit if provoked. ssssssss

dxs's avatar

@Coloma I’m more interested in the first question of 2015.

Here’s the last one of 2014.

dappled_leaves's avatar

@longgone Arrrr! Truth be told, he’s seeking a Sunken Treasure.


longgone's avatar

^ Yep, exactly.

Don’t “arr” me. I’m practically a pirate…my full name is longgone silver ;)

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

^^ Rats, a question I totally passed up and have no desire to go back to…..

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