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Why is it i ask sports questions,get no answers,but ask one about trump...many?why do people respond to stupid questions,ignore good ones?

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  • Why is it i ask sports questions,get no answers,but ask one about trump...many?why do people respond to stupid questions,ignore good ones?


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Answer #1 | 13/02 2017 04:53
Every idiot and their inbred brother has an opinion about Trump, a question about sports requires the answer-er to have some knowledge of and interest in the sport/team in question
Answer #2 | 13/02 2017 18:24
People are too caught up in narcissistic behavior and can not imagine she is finished forever.The loser was/is themselves living their lives through her. Sports requires knowledge about statistics. President Trump questions require only opinions.
Answer #3 | 13/02 2017 05:07
I suppose people see that talking about Trump is more sporting.
Answer #4 | 13/02 2017 05:19
Cover all bases, ask a sports question about Trump.
Answer #5 | 13/02 2017 09:53
. a "polarizing figure." and that suggests polar ice, a nuther topic w/ the floundering, mentally compromised dt. x http://nypost.com/2017/02/12/al-franken-a-few-republicans-worried-about-trumps-mental-health/amp/ al franken -a-few- republicans-worried- about-trumps- mental-health/amp/ . “…some will say that Trump’s not right mentally. And some are harsher.” . “There’s a range in what [some GOP senators] say,” about Trump’s mental state Dem Senator Al Franken said of what GOP colleagues reveal behind closed doors. x
Answer #6 | 13/02 2017 05:31
When you get lots of answers, you asked questions that take no thinking and are simple polls. As to your sports questions, you need to ask them in a sports chat room or group. Those types do not work on YA the way you are asking them. Also try not to insult others if you want answers.
Answer #7 | 14/02 2017 00:19
nope, totally wrong view
Answer #8 | 14/02 2017 22:57
The entire hypothesis that humans come in a handful of "races" has been proven wrong several decades ago. You have tens of thousands of genes spread over no fewer than 47 independently passed-on bundles of DNA, and sometimes two homologous chromosomes even exchange parts. You share 99.9 % of your genetics with any other living human.
Answer #9 | 14/02 2017 02:36
No, however it's true that the vast majority of white Americans are of Slavic, Italian, Hungarian, Romanian , Lithuanian, Armenian, Albanian , Estonian, Latvian, Finnish, Greek, Spanish, Portuguese, Black, Native American , Hispanic, Asian, Middle Eastern, Indian and Polynesian ancestry .

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