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I vote root nodes up for asking a good question that garners lots of good discussion or asking a good question that gets one good, generally applicable answer. Regardless of poster, that is how I deal with em. Answer nodes get judged more harshly. Sometimes it is more important to help make sure the best answer bubbles up than reward the early posters who got it right but didn't put real heart into answering it permanently. Also, I tend to blow a vote or two on things I find really funny, since I try and encourage that. =)

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