questionsdo you read the details of a question, or just…

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I learned a long time ago to read the body of the question before posting my answer or voting, lots of times the titles of the questions can be deceiving!

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I skim at least the first part of the question, but I usually read all of it. I even try to read all the comments, although if they are more than one screen in length and not very interesting I will jump down and make my own comment.

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I read this one....just in case trickery was afoot.

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@moondrake: I will do that to, both read the question and the comments. Many times I won't wind up commenting because enough other people have said what I was going to say.

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do i read?!? what kind of a question is that?!? of course i read!

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yep, thanks for asking the question about the wondering if we wanted to see more sansa'a back

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I always read the details before responding. Sometimes I answer the title question instead of the detailed question because it's usually different and often more fun.

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tl;dr
What are you talking about?
Always post first, read later. It makes the discussion much more random.

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I always read the details, but only read the first few answers. Especially if the question already has 2-3 pages of responses. So yes, sometimes I end up repeating an answer that has already been said. But as for details, I read this one..... just in case tricky was afoot.