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Another 24 hrs on. The visible count of your downvotes since The significance of 2010-03-16? -- including the -18 on this post -- is now: -152(+23?). And my XP: +144(+17)! Thanks again :)

In the 5 days since The significance of 2010-03-16? one hundred and seventy five of you have chosen to down vote one of my posts, (or 25 of you 7 of them; or ... ), for a total of -175(*) downvotes.

(*Within the limitations of what the site architect permits me to discover.)

The affect of that collective, heartfelt ire towards me, (or perhaps the subject matter), is that my XP has gone from 161809 on that day to 161936 this morning: +127.

So, if the rating system is perfect; thank you all. And if its not; thank you anyway!


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In reply to -175 := +127 Thank you all! (Updated!Now -152 := +144) by BrowserUk

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