And avoid "Re^4" or deeper replies because,
with PM defaults, you have
to click again to see them
and many people are too lazy to do that.
To illustrate, notice that this reply is "Re^3"
and so may receive
stray up-votes from those who "blanket vote" all
replies to a node in a single go, without the
bother of having to click
again to see deeply nested replies.
BTW, avoiding deeply nested replies appears to be a
speciality of sundialsvc4.
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