In a question I posted I mentioned an example of how things work on SO and how I didn't understand how things work on this site, I was hoping someone would tell me the differences, or tell me maybe that I was wrong and things are not like that on SO. Or something along those lines. In any case it was merely informative, giving background about myself.
My questions was about comments so the question asking whether I had read other posts regarding that topic was helpful.
However the next comment simply stating "This is not Stack Overflow" seems rather chatty and not relevant. I just mentioned how I am used to SO to provide people information to help them understand me and where my confusion may come from. So, how stating that "this is not SO" in a loose comment like that helps in any way? I flagged the comment as no longer needed because from the definition I don't see how that comment adds anything to my post. Is not giving me advice on how to improve my question or anything:
However the flag got declined, so when I thought I was getting the hang on how comments operate here (I have been reading many posts about comments), I think I lost it again.