Me too, BBQchuck, but that is mainly because I think people that come to highly specific forums (like this one), either understand what they want to do, even though they may not know how to do it, or they do not in general ask questions about their particular passion. I know that I have never asked a question about masonry on the masonry forums, or even pizza on this forum, not because I am an expert at either, but rather because I know what I want to accomplish, and am willing to study the issue and figure it out.
Questioners fall into 2 categories:
Those who want the easy way out; ask a question and Boom! they are exactly where they want to be. This is not a bad thing, and often works, if they have enough knowledge to ask the right questions(s). Asking,"how do I stucco my house" does not fall into this category, nor does requesting advice and then arguing against the requested advice.
The other is more common and usually very successful on forums, and that is asking a very specific question with a clearly defined, if unknown, answer. I have done many of these on automobile forums while working through issues with our vehicles. It works, and is seldom met with any rancor and usually an outpouring of wisdom and support.