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Google-able questions: Do you want for more?

Asked by sanari (485points) July 2nd, 2009

Somehow when I refresh the page, I see lots of googleable questions and I find myself yearning for something a bit more… challenging.

I’m not a doggie, and I don’t feel like playing fetch today.

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willbrawn's avatar

I think the best questions are one’s where you get people’s opinions. Thats what I like to look for. Not really wikipedia answerable questions. (answerable a word?)

Clair's avatar

I’m feeling the same way today…

marinelife's avatar

The question bin has been a bit on the sparse side.

My challenge to all who are feeling it is to come up with a good, thought-provoking Q of your own.

Who’s with me? I’m maxed out. (Note; not saying my Qs were good. I just wanted to prime the pump.)

sanari's avatar

Meh, I’m more of an answerer than a querier.

marinelife's avatar

@sanari Then whineth not!

sanari's avatar


No, I don’t see the true purpose of fluther as asking questions just to start discussion, I’m still stuck in the old fluther where questions were asked on a need-to-know basis. Like, you genuinely need to know the answer to something. The rest of this is a farce.

But that’s a different complaint for a different time [ie, never.]

It just hasn’t grown on me yet.

Grisaille's avatar

I’m fried. And just woke up.

Maybe I’ll do The Great Fluther Social Experiment MK. II today. Been bouncing around ideas to make it more fun/approachable/etc.

Grisaille's avatar

What do you guys think?

augustlan's avatar

[mod says] Please keep in mind that easily googleable questions are now allowed. We encourage everyone to answer them kindly.

YARNLADY's avatar

I don’t like it, but the Fluther Gods say it’s ok, so I guess I’m chopped liver.

Bluefreedom's avatar

I’ll answer the questions that can be Googled although they aren’t my favorites. I see it as a challenge for me to compose great answers that I can give from personal knowledge and/or life experiences and I relish those opportunities. I’m also fond of giving good advice (hopefully anyway) to those that might be seeking it and that is certainly worthwhile also.

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