ok, I'll put it this way instead... I've adopted to BrowserUK's general policy of notifying someone if I feel the need to downvote someone as to why I downvote them.
I don't care for pissing matches, nor do I care at all about XP now that I've built up enough cred to reach Friar level.
Downvoting is lulz to me, unless one can give me constructive criticism like the professionals do. I learn from being beat up when I need it. I firmly believe that a kick to our egotistical ways is good from time-to-time. Personally, if what I say isn't helpful to Monks in the future, I would like to be told about it.
Furthermore, I'm not even in software engineering, but I do believe that in many places, code speaks louder than words.
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