For me, when I read a thread, if someone has already posted the advice I was going to give, I will not post unless I have additional information to add. No one likes hearing the same responses over and over again. On the other side of the spectrum, if I am not sure how to help the OP or truly do not know the answer to their question, I will again, not post. I will post if I have a new idea to add or if I feel the OP doesn't understand someone's explanation. Sometimes things need to be rephrased to give a clearer understanding. I will also admit to being guilty of not responding to a question that has been asked a bunch of times and a question that is so outlandish (i.e. breeding a mini to a 16hh horse) that I can't bring myself to respond to. Maybe that makes me a bad forum member, but I feel certain questions can be answered by just looking back at older threads.
Strength is not defined by physical ability. It is determined by your actions and the compassion of your soul.