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Q: How many people does it take to answer a question on an online forum?

A: Fourteen. Three to inform you that they have the same problem but that they don't know the answer, two to tell you that they have completely different problems, one to question why you want an answer anyway and suggest that you should do something else, one to come up with a feeble pun, one to come up with personal abuse, two to hijack the topic, two to openly admit that they don't know the answer but who proceed to offer you advice anyway, one to tell you to switch it off and back on again, then one more to declare that the question has been answered and that the thread is now closed.

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