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I think removing the ability to approve it is silly

I really need to disagree with this. I have rarely approved my own nodes (my feeling on that is closely aligned with tye's statment on blind spots), I have never this felt this behaviour was silly or even inconvienent. In the few cases of that I did approve my own nodes I always had another monk (unfortunately it's usually Ovid) I trust (cough) read it before I approved.

My thinking is: I should be more concerned about the quality of my post (going into posterity) than my convienence of the moment



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In reply to Re: Re: Self-actualization considered harmful (no more "self front-paging/approving") by grep
in thread Self-actualization considered harmful (no more "self front-paging/approving") by tye

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