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I have a bad habit of doing this and usually in the end I'll miss doing stuff cause I'm anxious to see everyone's opinion on the topic, doesn't happen all the time just if the topic is really interesting and everyone has different opinions.

Do you skim through posts or actually read each and every single post?
 

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The Cornerstone Of The Corner Store
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If it's a multipage thread I only read the first few replies. If it's just a single page I read pretty much every comment, with the exception of posts with terrible grammar/no interpunction.
 

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It really varies on the topic itself. There are some that I'll read all the replies for pages and there are others I'll just skim through the first and last pages. Even if the thread is interesting to me and I see some stupid kid saying something like: "u no wrasslin' is fake rite?" or "omg john cena iz tha best", I'll skip that reply or maybe the thread in general afterwords. The threads I post in the wrestling sections are the main one I try to read a majority to all the replies though. Don't want to repeat an answer multiple times in a row.
 

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Yeah, it's really not very feasible to read every post. I try to give every poster a chance, otherwise I'd never know which to read and which to avoid and I do try scroll through every page of a thread that's interesting to me. My main purpose is to read and glean what information I can about pro-wrestling so that's what I find myself doing more than actual posting.

E.g. - I've probably posted in the MOTY threads two or three times, but I think I've read just about every post in there since joining.
 
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