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The article then degenerates into Administrivia/ConversationInTheMainPage and WordCruft.
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Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki, is a blunder. Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder They]] ''[[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder have]]'' [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder to edit in an answer]].

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Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki, is a blunder. Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. They ''have'' to [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder They]] ''[[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder have]]'' [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder to edit in an answer]].


Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki? This is a blunder! Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder They]] ''[[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder have]]'' [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder to edit in an answer]].

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Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki? This wiki, is a blunder! blunder. Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder They]] ''[[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder have]]'' [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder to edit in an answer]].


The article then degenerates into {{Natter}} and WordCruft.

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The article then degenerates into {{Natter}} Administrivia/ConversationInTheMainPage and WordCruft.


Maybe people should refrain from answering rhetorical questions. The fact is, though, that they don't refrain. The good thing here is that there is an easy fix: Don't get the whole thing started by using a rhetorical question unless you immediately answer it yourself. Alternatively, you can [[DontExplainTheJoke explain the joke]] in a comment, [=%% like this=].

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Maybe people should refrain from answering rhetorical questions. The fact is, though, that they don't refrain. The good thing here is that there is an easy fix: Don't get the whole thing started by using a rhetorical question unless you immediately answer it yourself. Alternatively, you can [[DontExplainTheJoke explain the joke]] in a comment, [=%% like this=].


The article then degenerates into {{Natter}}.

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The article then degenerates into {{Natter}}.
{{Natter}} and WordCruft.


Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki? This is a blunder! Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. [[RhetoricalQuestioBlunder They]] ''[[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder have]]'' [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder to edit in an answer]].

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Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki? This is a blunder! Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. [[RhetoricalQuestioBlunder [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder They]] ''[[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder have]]'' [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder to edit in an answer]].


Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki? This is a blunder! Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. They ''have'' to edit in an answer.

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Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki? This is a blunder! Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. They ''have'' [[RhetoricalQuestioBlunder They]] ''[[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder have]]'' [[RhetoricalQuestionBlunder to edit in an answer.
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Maybe people should refrain from answering rhetorical questions. The fact is, though, that they don't refrain. The good thing here is that there is an easy fix. Don't get the whole thing started by using a rhetorical question unless you immediately answer it yourself.

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Maybe people should refrain from answering rhetorical questions. The fact is, though, that they don't refrain. The good thing here is that there is an easy fix. fix: Don't get the whole thing started by using a rhetorical question unless you immediately answer it yourself.
yourself. Alternatively, you can [[DontExplainTheJoke explain the joke]] in a comment, [=%% like this=].

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Using a rhetorical question to make a point in an environment where anyone can edit, like, say, a wiki? This is a blunder! Rhetorical questions are a perfectly valid way to make a point, but that question mark at the end is just [[SchmuckBait completely irresistible]] for some people. They ''have'' to edit in an answer.

The article then degenerates into {{Natter}}.

Maybe people should refrain from answering rhetorical questions. The fact is, though, that they don't refrain. The good thing here is that there is an easy fix. Don't get the whole thing started by using a rhetorical question unless you immediately answer it yourself.

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