how can we keep celebrities from asking dumb questions?
Why does Jay Z care about conserving water? HE DOESNT If he did I suggest he not water one of his lawns as often or drink less cristal with his homies (theres some water in the stuff)
Does trump really care about what makes a good entrepreneur? No
Its all cheap press and it is ruining Yahoo answers
thanks to the first two people who answered my question and for wasting my time.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
I TOTALLY agree! you're SO right, i don't think they give a damn about poverty, global warming or conserving water they're ruining Yahoo Answers with their stupid questions, they don't care about any of the stuff they ask about it's called advertising, that's IF they are the people who are posting the questions, maybe it's yahoo answer's staff or someone who works for them, do you think they'll even LOOK at the answers? NOPE!
- 1 decade ago
It's not dumb. We as common people only manage to get maybe 0-20 answers for a typical question. Maybe a little more for a good question. Anything posted on front page might make it the hundreds. But celebrity questions get answers in the thousands.
It isn't cheap press, though it may be given attention by Yahoo, but that is more to get people to answer it and/or to make it known it is really from a celebrity rather than someone pretending to be one.
It's trying to speak back to someone that is familiar to inherently all of us (fame has a tendency to do that) and letting others who witness what we wrote. It's also a way to get people to come up with really really good answers.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Hohohohoho! That's rich!
We can't even rely on them to put on underwear!
It's not that the questions are "dumb", as much as they are really basic.
"What is the best way to promote racial harmony?"
"How can we stop armed conflict in the world?"
"Why aren't more people involved in their community?"
What if a celebrity got up there and asked "When it the time right to overthrow the government?"
THAT would be interesting