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What shuts down a fluther discussion of a question?

Asked by Kayak8 (16440points) May 22nd, 2009

Do you typically keep providing answers until a definitive answer is provided? Do you choose to keep adding to the dialogue as you think of new things? When you choose to stop contributing, does it depend more on the answers provided or the nature of the questions? Or do you just stop when the answers have degraded to such a level that it isn’t worth following anymore (i.e., a bunch of whispers unrelated to the topic)?

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Tink's avatar

Yeah when the answers go way way out of topic

wundayatta's avatar

When I get bored, or no one is talking to me any more.

SeventhSense's avatar

It depends. All questions seem to have multiple offshoots or threads and you can stick around or not-whatever.

oratio's avatar

They can be locked as well though it seems that rarely happens. You can make an input on very old Q’s.

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