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To be completely honest...I've posted tons of questions on here but under DIFFERENT names. Do the moderators know that all these different names are really the same person? --
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Sometimes it is obvious, sometimes it is not. But if it was important, then anonymous submissions would not be allowed, would they? --
I think it would help reduce the amount of junk that gets put forward, as if it is not particularly important, then why ask for a name ? --
I think it would be good if posters used one name. It might help with informal trends/statistics, such as showing whether it's common for INFps to be twins or to have an ESTj parent. --
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