I don't like questions that don't have an answer. I will try to find an answer.
Questions are good, but sometimes need some work to be better. Never vote a question down if an edit, no matter how laborious, can make it better.
Do talk to people. The comments are there for a reason.It's better for everybody if we communicate what we were thinking when we did whatever it was we did.
You may think you are smart, you may think others are n00bs. You may be just another asshole suffering from Dunning–Kruger. Tread lightly what that opinion you've got there.
I am Potherca everywhere. I am very easy to find.
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