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How will you benefit from signing up on WikiAnswers?
There are some very good reasons to sign up on WikiAnswers:
- You get credit for your contributions. Your ID shows up if you are the first person to answer a question.
- You can get recognition as a top contributor to the site.
- You get a message board for communicating with other users.
- You can participate on the Community Forum.
- You can earn badges.
- You can participate in Answerthons and possibly win prizes.
- You can recategorize questions that are in the wrong place.
- You can correct and edit questions.
- You could even become a Supervisor or participate in non-supervisory programs.
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You know you're a Wikiholic if... You have WikiAnswers set as your home page. You know you'd have done a better job in school, had they given out badges instead of re…port cards. When you see the color orange you do a double take... just in case. You wish you could block people in real life. Your real life friends must call you by your WikiAnswers user name to get your attention. You checked for misspellings and punctuation errors while reading this list. You've tried using your Super Powers to fight crime on the streets. Questions with the words "baby daddy," "pick up truck" and "baseball bat" in the same sentence no longer surprise you. Your friends and family try reaching you on your message board, rather than your cell phone. You can offer way too much insight into a 16-year-old's love life. You give your kids trust points for good behavior. You know Miley Cyrus's favorite food, Joe Jonas's email address and John McCain's net worth off the top of your head. 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Whenever your web browser is closed, you feel a large sense of communal absence. You try to edit your sent items on your email account, thinking that they can be updated. You have a special folder for WikiAnst be addicted to WikiAnsC which contains unanswered questions and rules from WikiAnswers pages. The only bookmarks you have are bookmarks for WikiAnswers or related material - and they are all obsessively organized in sub folders according to task (Edit Answers, Watch Users, Organize Alternates, Extra Tools, Help Docs, Special Search Pages, etc). Oh, but yes, you do have bookmarks for other sites, such as for Google Docs - your complete, self made sources for WikiAnswers-related tasks, needs, reminders, and to do lists! When you sit down at the computer, the first thing you do is log on to WikiAnswers and check your message board and Watchlist. As you sit in the dark late at night reaching outward to turn off the computer, your hand begins to shake, and you scream out loud: "Just... One... More... Edit!" Your WikiAnswers email now has more priority than your personal email! You get withdrawal from moving away long enough to go to the bathroom/to stretch/to blink. You have the urge to repair spelling mistakes in the Community Forum or on users' message boards. When you sign emails to someone outside of WikiAnswers, you sometimes catch yourself signing with your username instead of your real name. You cringe when a simple question with "dose" instead of "does" has attracted 200 alternates with 200 different answers. You have played the game Poptropica even though you have no kids, just to be certain all the WikiAnswers are correct. You block someone for "repeated discourteous misspelling" and not using capital letters. You're still reading this list. 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Your parents have one of them bring you someplace you have been dying to go, just so they can make a phone call without you right there saying, "Come on, I NEED more trust points... IT'S LIFE OR DEATH." You have 4 computers all on WikiAnswers; that way, when one is loading you can still answer on 3 others. You find browsing the "Adds no value" catch-all painful, as you are on exactly the same wavelength as the contributor asking the question! You find yourself quitting school/job so you can spend more time on WikiAnswers. You keep a WikiAnswers page open on your Blackberry at all times. You find yourself sending personal letters/emails to the WikiAnswers staff. You get better grades in school because you study hard knowing that somebody will ask questions about it later. You start typing your WikiAnswers username when you log on to any site. You have posted an answer to this question. 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You are lying in the emergency room in major pain and you don't know what is wrong with you, but you're trying to Wiki on your smart-phone that has an Internet connection. (I was in the ER today for 8 hours and all I could think about was WikiAnswers. Never mind asking for pain medication... just give me WikiAnswers.) You understand that a "cat" super is not talking about a feline superhero. Your husband and/or pets have to wait for their dinner or to go out to potty (pets, not husband) while you get in "just one more." You know that Justin Bieber fans seem to not be able to spell his name... You are always logged on to WikiAnswers. You do not look up when someone enters the room while you are on WikiAnswers. As you lay dying, your fingers are flying across your keyboard trying to squeeze in just a few more contributions before the end comes. When you log in to WikiAnswers, you say, "I'm home!" You believe people who hate WikiAnswers are mad and bad or sad and idiots. You just read this list without skipping any. You named your dog "Wiki" and your cat "Answers." And you nicknamed your boyfriend "Orange Man." Your Facebook, MySpace and YouTube profile pictures are all of Wiki badges and the Orange Man. You spend countless hours on the site every day. You are still reading this... with a huge smile on your face. You read this whole list and added your own, just so you can read more. You see yourself earning hundreds of contributions in your dreams. You make hundreds of contributions each day. You create at least 30 threads in the Community Forum each month. You throw a fit if you're not on WikiAnswers. You've emailed a supervisor to find out about the badges you can place on your profile. You get about 15 trust points a week, and near 45 trust points a month. You message anyone who makes a question of their own into the flagged questions and tell them to fix their answer. Questions like "What's a lip doing when it talks?" or "Can you do a back flip on a roof?" don't sound weird to you; they sound completely normal. You are supposed to be doing homework right now, but have taken the time to browse through this. On the Community Forum, it shows your username as the last post for every Forum. You've called in sick to work because you've needed to clean up your favorite category. You get very annoyed at the vandals of this site and vow to clean up as many answers as you can before you go to sleep. You have actually read this entire list and realize you can relate to 80% of them. This page is in your favorites. You feel like logging on to the website at least once a day. You feel like cleaning up the community of all the vandals and other harmful elements. You feel like answering questions whenever you find some free time. You notice WikiAnswers is the school computer's homepage. 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You opened a page titled "What are some signs you might be addicted to WikiAnswers?" in the hope of some self-help tips. You have a folder in your Favorites dedicated to WikiAnswers. You get annoyed at any bad grammar and try to fix it, forgetting you're not on WikiAnswers. You are correcting spelling of this list You have a WikiAnswers background on your computer. You sleep answering questions, and wake up angry that your profile wasn't updated. You have every single badge that it's possible to earn. Text talk is one of the most evil things you can think of and must be cleaned up. Every time you add something to this list you spell-check the previous ones. "Wikiholic" is part of your computer's dictionary as well as "WikiAnswers." The word "answer" does not look correct unless "Wiki" is in front of it and it ends in an "s." When you say the word "WikiAnswers" and someone replies "What's that?" you freak out and immediately go to the closest computer and show them the site (as well as check your messages and Watchlist). Your boyfriend/girlfriend joined WikiAnswers just so that they could talk to you. They then ended up getting addicted and staying. You have more friends on WikiAnswers than you do in person. You look to your Mentor(s) like they are parents or other highly respectable people. You consider the WikiAnswers community your family more than you do your real family. Since you don't like to type properly or you never learned how you have developed your own way of typing so that you can "answers" more questions (the "s" is supposed to be there... the word looks better that way). You are highly annoyed when you see sentences like this: "I ain't looking like you want to what do I do" and find 63 grammar and spelling issues even though there are only 6 or 7. You edit the above symptom to tell just how many spelling or grammar issues there are. You've been diagnosed with "WikiAnswer-itis You go to WikiAnswers instead of Wikipedia. You've gone to the school psychologist for being on WikiAnswers. You then told him/her that there was nothing you could do since you're a Wikiholic. You are highly upset that this is the end of the list so you plan on adding your own Wikiholic signs. The teacher/Tutor of your lesson involving computers now doesn't even bother to tell you off for being on WikiAnswers despite numerous comments for several weeks. You use WikiAnswers as your 'escape' from the world You come to WikiAnswers whenever someone makes you upset. You have put your office task on hold so that you can finish off SPA task at WikiAnswers. You don't care about the world around you, just the computer screen and WA, trying to be the best editor and answerer and questioner in the world... for several years straight without showering... or moving, and drinking food and water with a straw... You learn another language just so you can get a Linguist Badge. You are on WA for six hours and tell your kids to go away because you are on WA. You set your alarm clock early and are on the site until 2:00am You go on the site during an earthquake. Your coffee's gone cold while you were reading this list. Your parents banned you from the site, yet you still manage to sneak your way on. You read this entire list in Spanish, then looked up what each Spanish word means on WikiAnswers. You say 'Give me one more minute!' when your parents ask you to sleep and a minute later, you say the same thing over and over again. You have more friends with usernames than you do friends with 'real' names. You turn your phone off so you won't be interrupted while you're on WikiAnswers.
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Why would you want to ! I'm guessing from your question you've (a) Had a less than helpful answer in response to a question you posted or (b) been reprimanded for an inferior …answer you've given to a question - and you didn't like being 'told off' ! In the case of point (a) - Remember - there is no age limit for people on here. Some answers may come from children too young to have gained expertise on the subject of your question, or have the maturity to post a coherent response. As for the case of point (b) You are responsible for your own responses - we have rules for using WikiAnswers which everyone is expected to follow. If you breach the rules - you should expect to be chastised. If you have no intention of following a few simple rules - you're better off using another forum !
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WikiAnswers WikiAnswers is a cooperatively grown database of questions and answers from visitors like you. It is one way that Answers.com brings you answers about anything. … WikiAnswers is a platform that facilitates the answering of questions as well as allowing anyone to sign up and answer the questions of others. If you show exceptional skill, you might be recommended to be a supervisor, which allows you to have extra functionality for keeping the site organized. Answers.com's WikiAnswers is your question and answer site. WikiAnswers represents a Community effort to provide a knowledge database and a forum for asking and answering questions across a broad range of topics. The answers to the questions asked could quite possibly be searched and recovered from the web and from other sources, but the WikiAnswers idea is to create a "homegrown" locus where specific information can be searched and supplied in a "quick and easy" format. An underlying idea behind the Wiki is that the Community mind more effective at problem solving and providing answers than the individual mind; we can do more and do it better as a group than an individual or even a group of individuals can acting independently. No one person knows as much as all of us put together. Another concept worth considering is that there are a number of "resident experts" here with decades of specific experience. The hints and kinks of, say, car repairs or of residential electrical troubleshooting can be illuminated by someone of that stripe. And, believe it or not, they're here. People from all walks of life who have been "up close and personal" with, say, a relationship issue or a household cleaning problem share what they've learned. You can't buy that anywhere. And it's free here! If this prompts you to use WikiAnswers, great. If it inspires you to become a Contributor here, then even better! We can honestly use the help of all Contributors (those vandals who wish to trash the Boards aside). Each of us has knowledge, skill and experience that will allow the answering or improvement of replies to the many questions in the WikiAnswers data base. And we have specific areas (Categories) where each of us has a professional or personal interest. Hobbies and pastimes are well represented. There is a lot of homework help here, too. If you're still seeking answers, you're in the right place. Look through the postings to the underlying ideas and know that WikiAnswers is here for you , personally. It is for you that the Boards exist. They await your question. They provide space for your knowledge and experience. They connect people with information; connect you to others of a like mind. The door is open, open to you. Why not drop in?
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The benefits are stronger biceps and a healthier lifestyle. It's good for you to get daily exercise, and when you exercise your muscles it also exercises your heart and helps …you to also have a healthier heart and cardiovascular system.
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One benefit would be that through a warm-up the body would be able to re-direct blood to the skeletal muscle in anticipation for exercise; you would not want to begin ex…ercising strenuously straight away otherwise the skeletal muscle will be metabolising at a higher rate than it is receiving oxygen and nutrients i.e. glucose from the blood. This would lead to anaerobic glycolysis, leading to lactic acid production. This is also known as a stitch, resulting in an oxygen debt that will have to be repaid. Hope this helps.
There are no benefits for a co-signer. If the loan is for the purchase of property such as a car, the co-signer may end up paying for property they don't own. Your role as a c…o-signer involves your own risk. By co-signing you agree to be equally responsible for paying the full balance of the loan if the primary borrower fails to make their payments. If they are late making a payment, it will be reported under your own credit record. Also, co-signing a loan will create a liability against the co-signer. If they need a loan, it may not be approved due to the outstanding co-signed loan or there may be a higher interest rate due to the increased possibility of a loan default if the co-signer needs to start making payments on the co-signed loan. There are no benefits for a co-signer. If the loan is for the purchase of property such as a car, the co-signer may end up paying for property they don't own. Your role as a co-signer involves your own risk. By co-signing you agree to be equally responsible for paying the full balance of the loan if the primary borrower fails to make their payments. If they are late making a payment, it will be reported under your own credit record. Also, co-signing a loan will create a liability against the co-signer. If they need a loan, it may not be approved due to the outstanding co-signed loan or there may be a higher interest rate due to the increased possibility of a loan default if the co-signer needs to start making payments on the co-signed loan. There are no benefits for a co-signer. If the loan is for the purchase of property such as a car, the co-signer may end up paying for property they don't own. Your role as a co-signer involves your own risk. By co-signing you agree to be equally responsible for paying the full balance of the loan if the primary borrower fails to make their payments. If they are late making a payment, it will be reported under your own credit record. Also, co-signing a loan will create a liability against the co-signer. If they need a loan, it may not be approved due to the outstanding co-signed loan or there may be a higher interest rate due to the increased possibility of a loan default if the co-signer needs to start making payments on the co-signed loan. There are no benefits for a co-signer. If the loan is for the purchase of property such as a car, the co-signer may end up paying for property they don't own. Your role as a co-signer involves your own risk. By co-signing you agree to be equally responsible for paying the full balance of the loan if the primary borrower fails to make their payments. If they are late making a payment, it will be reported under your own credit record. Also, co-signing a loan will create a liability against the co-signer. If they need a loan, it may not be approved due to the outstanding co-signed loan or there may be a higher interest rate due to the increased possibility of a loan default if the co-signer needs to start making payments on the co-signed loan.
WikiAnswers is the name of this site. The people who write theanswers are everyone. Anyone can ask a question and anyone cananswer one, so we're all helping each other in the …community.
Under the Ask Answer thing there is a bar. There are places inside this bar that you can type stuff in. Type in your desired password and username, then have WIkiAnswers… remember it. When you go on again, you will be logged in.
You basically get more tools to use on the site, and are able to: merge questionsbatch split questionsbatch recategorize questionsblock and warn vandals and many more. You… also get access to the Supervisor's forum, and get your own WikiAnswers email address. See 'related links' for more information.
Warming up your muscles, ligaments and tendons will make them less susceptible to injury once you start exercising.