Interesting enough that there was a while ago on the everything developer site a discussion if ++ and -- should be displayed separately for each node one wrote (just on his home node) and not only the total so you get a better imagination if you where totally (taken) wrong of if it's a topic that moves minds :-)
But on the other hand I wount tell you why I voted in which way. If I'd say that you would ask "why do you think so" and this I'm not going to tell either. So I remain silent about that and stay happy :-)
And if you want to discuss you have the chance to improve and we all gain enlightment or you end up like bravismore
, he he. That's what the nodes are for.
Have a nice day
All decision is left to your taste
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