You seems to assume that monks with a "name" build here are bound to give good answers, nothing wrong with that, actually chances are you are right most of the times.
The thing is, you can't apply this same line of thought to the Anonymous Monk(s), for the exactly reason that anyone can post at any time, on any thread, you can't assume the node will be bad, nor that it will be good, chances will be against you anyway. The better you can do is, leave the chances aside, and evaluate the node yourself, bonus points if you manage to read the node as if it was written by "certain names".
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