On TGO it is quite common to see questions containing several, sometimes whole lists of questions. On other sites this is considered very bad stile and even thematically related questions should be asked in separate posts.
My meta question was triggered by the following question:
Is campfire smoke safe for inhalation and cooking?
As already indicated in the comments, I think we have to separate questions, that are no entity. Otherwise it gets very confusing for somebody visiting this question, as there are answers covering only parts of the question asked and as in whatsisname's case the one question, that is not answered by anyone else and not related to the question title.
The other argument:
We are currently on 1.41 questions per day, area51 suggests 10 to be a good number. So we would benefit in this regard, if we tried to shift the "asking-culture" towards the principle: One question, one post.
Is the current state intentional or should we try to change towards one question one post?