Agreed! It is rather unfortunate that there are people that feel a need to vote-- just 'cause they have to
. Its even worse when one votes--, logs off, posts something as AM and logs back in again. There are a few nodes where it seems clear that this is the case.
My father says, "If you don't have anything good to say, don't say anything at all.
" and I'm sure good
in this case could be s/good/productive/. Why vote-- if you can't make it better?
I remeber back in Meditations
there was this node (The Code of the Warrior
) which was pretty lame, but it created a pretty long thread with nice comments and hardly
any Anonymous Monk postings (nothing noteworthy at least). A great example of where people disagree and comment openly, IMHO, what everyone should do.
# Trust no1!
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