By their nature personal experiences cannot be confirmed (they might be fabricated!) and with 32k users at present there could be rather a lot of Answers provided to a single Question (and some users might offer several each).
For example, I can envisage a question like How long does it take to clear Security at Gatwick? being on topic but wonder whether How long did it take you to clear Security at Gatwick? would be.
Is there a preferred way to ask about first hand experience? mentions first hand experience and the sole answer seems to accept such Questions are on topic, though the Answer is focused on "a preferred way" and the example given by OP is a Question Titled What are the standard border checks when traveling between Warsaw and Berlin by various types of transit, hence not a specific request for personal experience (though in a Comment OP mentioned I'm especially interested in hearing from someone who has recently made this border crossing.).
To Is it true that Canada doesn't stamp foreign passports by default? we already have two experiences posted 1/2hr apart. There are many entrants to Canada and presumably because of the request "Anyone with recent experience?" the most up-to-date is the more relevant. An endless stream of answers seems possible without any counting as duplicates.
Currently (after 15 hours) at a rate of 8 answers per day.