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Should downvoting be allowed on comments?
We should be able to vote comments down as well as up

Sometimes there are incorrect comments that have gained enough thumbs up in the past that they seem like good suggestions while they are in fact wrong or even dangerous practices.

I really wish there were thumbs down on comments, so we can see how many people disagree with them and actually have a chance to balance the score.

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marked as duplicate by TheTXI Oct 9 '09 at 17:53

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What does this look like, YouTube? ;) – gnostradamus Oct 9 '09 at 16:58
+1 I like this too... but in a SO way ( which I don't know really what would be, but not exactly as YouTube ) – OscarRyz Oct 9 '09 at 17:11
Oscar Reyes: I think 2 numbers, upcount and downcount would be interesting and not just a number by adding +1's and -1's – acidzombie24 Oct 11 '09 at 21:32
up vote 7 down vote accepted

Write a comment in response that disagrees, which others can then upvote.

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And start the flame??? – OscarRyz Oct 9 '09 at 17:11
Expressing disagreement is not flame war. – user27414 Oct 9 '09 at 17:24
@Jon B: Its just the beginning of one. – perbert Oct 9 '09 at 18:32
All flame wars begin with a disagreement, but not all disagreements end in flame wars. (Unless you're talking about the Internet. We're not on the Internet, are we?) – user27414 Oct 9 '09 at 19:07
No, we are in Ponyland. Were disagreements are solved with Waffle eating contests. – perbert Oct 12 '09 at 17:32

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