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Is there a way to just skip the 15 minutes that's ask.com gives you to answer or ask a question

if any ask.com professionals cud answer this question

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Well, I am not a professional by any means, but I'll have a go at it. That fifteen minutes you see is just a time in which you can edit your question or answer... that's all. Others are seeing your Qs and As as they are posted, so there is really no delay whatsoever. That 15 minutes just gives you a chance to make sure that what you post is the way it needs to be, because once that time is up, your Qs and As become part of Ask forever unless you have violated Community Standards in some way!

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Morning FGMJ! :) I got my first DELETED post yesterday! :D. One of the guys (maybe sporty, can't remember now) & I were "summoning" you to answer a guys question again! LOL! It disappeared! Musta made a mod mad or something....
Online codependency....ha!
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I'm flattered... honestly! I have the gut feeling that one of the mods in particular despises me, but I can't say as it has rocked my world... or that I've even felt a tremor, lol.
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Well, haters will be haters! :D. I love your answers, & they should be glad that they have someone as intelligent as you to answer Q's! It helps offset some of the BS! LOL!
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Thank you so much... coming from you, that truly means a lot!
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From me? (blush) Gee thanks! I was starting to get a complex yesterday.... No thumbs! :D had me wondering bout myself.... LOL!
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Never wonder... some days there is just no love in Askville... but you come back the next, and it's a LoveFest in here! Go figure!
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Sometimes they put you on "time out" if you answer too many questions. You can ask questions and comment on others though as long as you like.

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