I voted this up, because I happen to agree with the sentiment. However, the initial downvotes may reflect the fact that he's recently reminded us that he's here for the community
. They may also reflect a certain amount of personality voting
. Who knows? Since (as of this writing) no one's seen fit to explain their downvote in a reply, you can only guess and, as someone
reminded us in the CB yesterday afternoon, there are better ways to spend your time.
To my mind, your heart's in the right place. Don't sweat the down votes.
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