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The community does not accept an answer, the person asking it does. Unfortunately, we have several people who don't bother or don't know that they should. The person asking the question will often use …
answered Apr 5 '13 by Steven Drennon
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It appears that you are not familiar with the way Stack Exchange sites work. These sites are not intended to provide a forum for open discussion on topics. Instead, they are designed to provide a stra …
answered Oct 27 '11 by Steven Drennon
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The answer to your question is "as many as you feel are needed and appropriate". We have suggested that you read the FAQ so that you would have a better understanding of what is appropriate and what r …
answered Mar 23 '13 by Steven Drennon
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I think it would depend entirely on how you phrase the question. For example, if you asked "Why did the name (Mark) see a spike in usage during the 1960s", that would not be accepted. That would be a …
answered Mar 3 '12 by Steven Drennon