The obvious problems with this approach is that people may complain if the most popular solutions are not followed and some may wish to change their vote after being persuaded by the arguments of others.
However popular an idea might be, what if its unconstitutional? If it goes against the spirit and tradition of the monastery?
We've always held that XP is a game,
and part of the game was that levels aren't flaunted.
Now its NAME and RANK because there might be trolls afoot.
Because one guy in power had to fight the evil doers, so he made everyone wear a patch on their coat.
Who does Number Two work for? Cowboy: Yeah, that's right buddy! You show that turd who's boss.
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