And if you do show up every day, and vote intelligently, you deserve to be a saint.
Of course, the person who casts all his N votes on the first
N posts he encounters (and casts all of them --
rewarded as much as casting them by any other strategy.
Perlmonks rewards voting, and it doesn't discriminate
between an "intelligent" vote and a "vote to get XP".
Voters are important, or so they told me at my polling place in Brooklyn this morning.
But any democracy who doesn't want to be become the laughing
stock of the world doesn't hand out goodies in the voting
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