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doesn't it seem reasonable that sometimes an answer needs a thumbs down? seems like a benefit to consumers to see that someone has X number of thumbs down responses. or to be able to provide one. It wouldn't be any more abused that thumbs up. Seems like there should be both options to me.
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Positive reinforcement is a much more powerful tool than negative reinforcement.Good to know that I got something out of my psychology B.A. Could be the only thing.
On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 5:17 PM, Drew Meyers wrote:
Hey there Pasadenan-
We're curious – how did you get over 3k unhelpful votes on one answer of yours? Was that your doing or someone else's?
Maybe it wouldn't be more abused... but its more abusive, in my opinion.I think its better to just stick to flagging for answers that are inappropriate in any way.
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