++ ybiC. Unlike Best Nodes, where newcomers can always find
something of value in the all time bests, there really isn't anything
to be gained by visiting the all time worst nodes (not even as
examples of things not to do, as that information is best provided in
a positive instructive manner rather than simply by negative
example). A week's worth seems more than adequate for other monks to
counter any seemingly unfair --votes. I don't see a need for a hall of
shame to hold up to ridicule those that, wittingly or unwittingly,
may have cloaked themselves in dubious monasteric habits.
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