Upon some reflection---
I answered more than 5000 questions on ask, but my thanks were only about 80% of that. On here, I've answered around 1900 (the approximate same rate as I averaged per yer on ask) but my "thanks" are at 250%. (I will ponder that for a few days.)
There is considerably more elbow room on here with regard to the content of the comments we can post. I find the "rules" on here much more reflective of real life where our opinions are frequently the very principles by which we live and are thus usually somewhat emotionally charged. It's nice to be able to be passionate about what I think to be correct.
I do occasionally visit Askaholics also. As Didge says, Sephira deserved better results. It seems to me that Askaholics wound up as a collection of music groups---in that those who preferred strings or brass or percussion, etc. met to play music only with others who shared their same preferences for music. And unfortunately, new questions there come along infrequently.
I occasionally go to ask just to see if they are still around. I find it somewhat surprising that they are---but of course I prefer giving and receiving answers based on a personal interaction paradigm such as Blurtit. Would I go back, or do I wish it had never dropped the "community?"---Well, I've learned to never say never, but I would be more likely to leave Usain Bolt in my dust in a sprint.
And like Didge, I have a problem with "anonymous" questions. When I click on a profile for someone who is not anonymous, I can usually tailor an answer based on either their "profile" or information I can infer from their other questions. With "anonymous," I am forced into giving generic advice.