It seems that some people vote down other people's writings simply because they didn't like - or were a offended by - what was said. Are we not entitled to our own opinions? Why not engaged that person in a "discussion" rather than voting them down?
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Thanks, CresentSkies. I see where you're coming from. I'm still not too comfortable voting down things that are insulting...unless I know for a fact the writer was attempting to be insulting. I'm not sure if I'm making any sense.
It's like you're in my mind, duffsmom. I have experienced something similar by being voted down simply because I answered a question honestly. I really wanted to know whether or not I was the only one. Thanks!
I agree with everything you've said. Which is to say that you'd be a prime candidate for being voted down considering you like to vent and you get answers wrong to the most simple of questions.
Mick S, this makes sense, too. Just to clarify, you're saying that answers should be voted down if they don't really have anything to do with the question? Is that accurate?