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I try to totally ignore my vote quota as much as possible. If I see a node which makes me nod agreement, even better makes me see the light, or makes me engage my mind in thoughtfulness I'll hit the '++' button before the silly smile has faded.

If I see a node which makes me wince and go 'Ugh.. bad advice' I have no real qualms about hitting that '--', often ++'ing the replies correcting it too.

What when I run out of votes and still want to vote? I note the ID's down and come back. Today I've had a lazy day and as a result have trudged through a lot of very old nodes, and as a result I'm out of votes. Tomorrow I shall do (at last count..) seven votes on nodes. The day after I may not have time to really read too much so won't spend all my votes, or maybe even any.

Vote when you want to, don't think you have to.

In reply to Re: on wasted votes ... by Molt
in thread on wasted votes ... by vladb

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