I also voted you down on the OP, I thought the suggestion a very poor one and the tone of the note were out of place and/or unnecessary. I take it by recent bout you mean Camel 3?
I voted down your reply about +/-, because I dont think every negative vote should have to be justified, It would be like being mugged outside the voting booth 'why didnt you vote for me'? apart from people may vote on a feeling and after consideration without having time/wishing to reply.
However, what your note made me do was read through YbiC's history of voting monologues and review my 'voting strategy' and look at your previous posts that I havent already seen.
Recent minor spats aside! I value your contribution greatly to this site, I just hope the whole place doesnt descend to the venom/petulance and world weariness of c.l.p.m!
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