Hi kaf - Not sure why you wrote that, because I thought I was merely asking a question related to legal work (w/o starting a separate thread soley devoted to that question/topic), which perhaps others may be interested in or having discussion about too.
I do not make mean-spirited comments towards others or post questionable pics, etc., which I have seen done on this site.
In regards to asking "naive" questions (just to refer back to your post earlier), I wrote in a post a few months back (in response to a semi-related comment) that this is an open/free forum where users are allowed to discuss anything they want (in compliance with TLS rules). I explained that probably about 99.999% of the thousands of posts/threads on this site deal with things that I have no interest in and will never read (as with most people I'm assuming). E.g. What laptop is best for law school?; How to become an ADA; Where should I live in X city?; Should I volunteer at a law office before LS?; Where can I find a school's LSAT policy?, etc. When I see a thread I'm not interested in, then I just skip it. But I am OK with people asking away any questions they want. That's what a forum is!
I agreed with a previous poster in that earlier thread, however, that I should try not to start so many threads and post my questions in existing/relevant threads, so as to not clog up space. I agreed that that was an issue for me in the past and promised that I would take that into consideration in the future (which I have now). I'm not sure if that was what you were concerned about? If so, rest assured that I'm cognizant of that issue and have changed my TLS behavior in that regard. But, as for asking questions that pique my curiosity, I'm not sure there is anything wrong with doing that as long as it complies with TLS rules. Is there some kind of other concern you guys have?
The only other thing I've heard people sometimes complain about is the repetitiveness of some questions that have been asnwered in-depth (sometimes a subjective term) before already on the site. I think that's a fair concern and recommending that users try to search the site first before posting a question is not a bad idea. I think it helps to also give a user some URLS to previously answered questions when doing so. I do try to keep the repetitiveness thing in mind (though maybe not enough?), so as to post unique questions/topics. But occassionally, I think there can be good reason to post a question that's been discussed before:
a.) Perhaps the question was not thoroughly discussed in past posts, but merely touched on at a surface level.
b.) Perhaps the question was thoroughly discusssed in a past post, but only by one or two people and one is not sure whether there is authoritative consensus over an issue or to trust only those few opinions and would like more opinions or perspective. I think it's very wise to get many solid opinions about something before deciding on something important.
Proverbs 15:22: Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.
c.) (Let me return to this post. I have to use the bathroom.)