With the help from some friends, answers to questions we all ask.
Q - What is a "sticky"?
A - An annoying thread that never goes away.
Q - Where can I find a sticky
A - In forums across the internet
Q - Where can I find the most stickies?
A - At CNET, especially Speakeasy.
Q - Why use a sticky?
A - Moderators love them
Q - Can I get a sticky with my name on it?
A - Your chances are dramatically improving.
Q - How many stickies are necessary to make a point?
A - It depends on how many ways we can make the point
Q - What do you call a locked thread?
A - The Last Word
Q - What do you call a locked sticky?
A - The Absolute Last Word
Q - Can many stickies be consolidated into one?
A - Does not compute.
Q - Why is a sticky always at the top of threads?
A - If at the bottom it would be a droppy.
Q - What are multiple stickies called?
A - A traffic jam
Q - Where do stickies come from?
A - Only the nose knows
Q - What are 3 stickies called?
A - M
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