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rshackleford

Is there an archive of questions that have been asked and answered that we can search to avoid repeating questions?

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Hi rshackleford,

We don't have a visible archive per se, but if you accessed Ask.com from a computer, you would see related questions appear when you type in your question. Clicking on any of them would take you to the question that was already asked. We don't currently have this functionality on the iPhone app, but we do serve up "top answers" for the more popular questions. Check those out before clicking "Ask People," as it's highly likely that we already have the answer you're looking for.

Payton

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John_8715
Hi Payton, I wondered about that, good to know, thanks ! :~)
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Hi John, welcome back! :) I haven't had a chance to do that yet. You're so welcome.
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John_8715
Payton, you were part of the decision for me to do so, your caring for the people on ask was not lost by me, even though I came back as a 15 year old bad girl who had a lot of fun with a few people, don't know if you saw that, I could only keep it up for a day, and came clean with all, but had a lot of fun and many laughs, so thanks, it's good to see you, besides, I was burning up email addresses faster than I could create tham, lol, !!! :~)
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John_8715
I'm really sorry I lost you as a follower of me through this insanity...
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Thanks John, that's really sweet. I'm glad to hear that you got over your 15 year old bad girl backlash though. That must have been rough! :) Don't worry, I'll follow you again.
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John_8715
Thanks Payton, I guess I was really asking that, I've never asked anybody to do that before, I have almost all of my old followers back, and it was voluntary on their part, I just was never sure when our paths would cross again, I don't see you here that often, but the thing that you did with Dozy really made me respect you, thanks again... :~)
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No worries John! I'm glad that you found your way back in and have gotten comfy again. I hope you stick around for good! I appreciate your kind words. :)
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John_8715
You bet...
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