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- Exit strategies for “chameleon questions” 13 answers
I have seen several instances of this over the last week and wanted to get a viewpoint from the higher-ups. This question addresses the corollary to this enquiry
Please consider the following prototypical (context free) thread...
Question Title: How to make my doodlies fit? Text: I can't make all my doodlies fit, can anyone help? Answer: Move some of them over there. Comment: WOW! that really worked! But now I have humpers on the carumpers! How to fix that?
In essence, the person got 'unstuck' and proceeded with his project only to encounter the next problem that appeared on his awareness horizon. And this is sometimes in a completely new area all together, hence the 'Russian Doll' metaphor. I have left indicative commentary, but this seems to be ineffective.
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