Yes, Iíll buy that. Itís a matter of street cred though and thatís fair. Iíll upvote something purely technical from BrowserUk or ikegami or you or eyepopslikeamosquito or a lot of other monks even if I donít fully understand it because I like voting and I have confidence based on past performance, andóandóthese are monks who when confronted with a mistake or corrected on a code interpretation will accept it, mark it / fix it, and absorb the lesson and never push the issue to the fore on the same terms. Itís hard to ever be upset with anyone genuinely in the process of moving the ball, any ball, forward. I vote on social content too and that part is as subjective as I wanna be. Did I mention ď:PĒ?
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