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Why does it say "You've posted a lot of comments recently. Please take a short break. You can comment more in 30 minutes." on ask .com?

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Ask.com's system has "limit breaks" built into it.. this means when you post a lot of one kind of content over a certain period of time it will force you to "take a break". This is in place to help keep spammers under control and doesn't mean you did anything "wrong". You may still post questions and answers during this time but will need to wait the stated time period before it allows you to post anymore comments.

The best advice I can give you for the future is to make sure you change up the types of content you post... post a Q then comment on few things, post some Answers, comment a few more, etc By doing this it helps keep you under the comment/time limit so you don't hit it so quickly :)

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Maybe you answered too many?

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Have you been a bit chatty in the comments? That is usually when they do that.

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You went over the limit. Excessive off topic chatting, comments will put you in time out.

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You need a time out. Now, go to your room and think about what you have done.

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i dont kno what you are talking about
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You've posted too many comments.
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