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    half mystic, half skeksis jenocyde's Avatar
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    I'm an NP and do exactly the same. skip skip skip.

    Even if it's interesting, I need it to be organized the way Halla said (minus the emoticon) or else I rarely bother.

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    I can read a large amount of text if it's not all presented in one big chunk

    and if there's lists as part of it that makes it easier!

    emoticons or colored text are also good... they keep it from getting boring
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Do you ignore them?
    No.

    Bonus round question.. Do you tend to like simple, almost Yes or No responses, in day to day conversation..?
    Yes.
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    I didn't even bother reading that whole wall text, lol.

    I usually just scan it to see if it's relevant to me or people I know. If it's interesting than I read it from the top. If not, skip skip skip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    if the first few sentences has me interested then I read them. If not then I skip them. I read alot of article and I see a wall of text like an article of information.

    I read the first 2 lines of yours, then skipped near the end, glanced at a few words in the middle and then stopped. Had no desire to hear you ramble
    Same here. It's one of the reasons why every time I go outside the SP Arthouse I can feel bogged down in trying to follow threads. I'm okay with reading books, articles, etc. but some anonymous internet person's 2 page opinion? No thanks.
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    if I care about it(such as subnormality), maybe. If not, you're already fighting disinterest, and with the wall of text you're adding extra work to it!
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    Good god. I hate those. I used to make long posts sometimes, but I'd always separate them into small paragraphs. I never write that much anymore, though.

    I didn't read that tl;dr post because I knew it was just a bunch of BS to make your point about what a wall of text is. Obvious.

    But I normally don't read those anyways. I never have time to do any of that, I have better things to do.

    Also, this made me ROFL:
    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
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    I usually like "yes," or "no," answers the best, but I also prefer more gab than just that.
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    It's probably a pretty small handful of people of any temperament that enjoy reading walls of text.
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    If I am really, really, really interested I read them. Otherwise no. I never read yours, I just marvelled at your dedication and moved on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    It's probably a pretty small handful of people of any temperament that enjoy reading walls of text.
    Hm, there are some types that I think would be more prone to reading alot about something they're interested in.

    Just think about Goodie, Jeffster. haha.
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