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Hello, Anonymous Monk-who-can-view-nodereps,
As pointed out in another reply you can see nodereps as Anon.
your claim that this node is about XP is kind of silly. It’s more about site changes than XP, particularly anyone’s personal XP, much as it may be about the XP system.
Now who's being silly? A massive change to the XP system isn't about XP? I don't follow that logic.
Wouldn’t downvoting a node that is about XP be a bit of an oxymoronic rule anyway?
I agree, I've never understood this behavior. That's why I'm pointing out the hypocrisy of it.
XP is more important than ever before.
Obviously it is to you – why else are you posting this node anonymously? I thought you don’t think XP is important; why would downvotes phase you?
I never said I didn't think XP isn't important. I'm complaining about those who do claim it isn't important but clearly act contrary. The truth is that XP is extremely important and we must discard this lie that it isn't important.
Go away.
After you.

In reply to Re^3: A Level Playing Field by Anonymous Monk
in thread A Level Playing Field by Petruchio

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