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When I view my Stack Exchange profile, it lists my highest voted questions and answers for the entire network. Can we see our top comments as well?

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Once, Jeff wrote‌​: "your best comments will also show up in your user profile page, but this isn’t implemented yet." (That said, I don't really think upvoted comments mean a lot. When they are important, they should be merged with a question or answer instead, I'd say.) –  Arjan Apr 26 '11 at 15:51
    

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Some of my top-rated comments:

  • There are much simpler ways to annoy your users. Try rapidly flashing the background of your app, or perhaps create tons of popup windows.
  • I'd also like to crap ice cream and piss chocolate syrup. That'd be awesome.
  • Well, shit, what's the point of SO when all we have to do is ask google? Upvoted as an anti-douchebag action.
  • A++++ would let some other poor sombitch write it for me again.
  • I am sorry to inform you that nobody cares about your database design.
  • Nice! Let me add another entry in my Big List of Annoying Things Programs Do.
  • Hey, can you guys keep it down in here? Sheesh, python programmers...
  • @mark same girl shilling for vagisil. Still think she's hot with an itchy cooter? http://fishbowl.pastiche.org/2005/08/12/the_head_first_girls_double_life/
  • The cleaners are unplugging the server at night. Prove me wrong.
  • I despise apps that always run and hide themselves in the background. I'm looking at you adobe, google updater, quicktime, and java. Bastards, the lot of you.
  • I prefer paper AND plastic. Put it in a paper bag, then put the paper bag in a plastic bag. Then set it on fire and do a little dance.
  • my Backpack.hasJets
  • Communism. And fluoride in the water.
  • Stop it. Don't. Leave it alone. Don't you dare. No. Not yours. Go away, think about something else.
  • IN MY DAY WE'D PUNCH OUR PROGRAMS INTO CARDS WITH RUSTY NAILS AND WHEN THE PRINTER WOULD RUN OUT OF PAPER IT'D KNOCK ALL OUR CARDS OUT OF SORT AND WE'D HAVE TO SPEND ALL MONTH RESORTING THEM YOU OUNG WHIPPERSNAPPERS DON'T KNOW HOW EASY YOU HAVE IT TOO VERBOSE HARD TO MAINTAIN FEH FOOEY BALDERDASH
  • The simple solution is to use a third variable and smack the guy in the face who insists you do without.
  • Bandwidth is important when it comes to websites. And single quotes are half as wide as double quotes, which saves lots of bandwidth over time. Because the internet is a series of tubes, not like a truck, and you gotta cram all those double quotes into those tubes they can get clogged up. Single ones slip down easier.
  • I'm waiting for the day that someone pirates my software. That would be AWESOME!

I think this would be a bad idea.

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(Yes, I cleaned some of these up. Damn you, diamond!) –  Won't Apr 26 '11 at 17:48
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they're certainly insightful. –  alex Apr 26 '11 at 18:00
    
Some of these are real gems. One day, I hope to be as witty as you. –  Cody Gray Apr 27 '11 at 0:33
    
@CodyGray: By 'witty' I assume you mean 'dopey.' –  Won't Apr 27 '11 at 12:58

Not exact one, but there is a API query for each site like this for example

http://api.stackoverflow.com/1.1/users/46011/comments?page=1&pagesize=100&sort=Votes

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Probably a greasemonkey script can combine those all and new tab. –  YOU Apr 26 '11 at 15:27

Yeah... not so much:

  • Dude, I know you don't have that many friends. I was actually being nice when I put down 100, but if it makes you feel better let's put down 1,000, ok?
  • "Why can’t there be an “ultimate” programming language?" - Because Chuck Norris is busy
  • You win 1 internet. Prize may be redeemed at the ARPANET counter.
  • Q: what do you consider to be your forte? A: Well, I like to keep it between my three-tay nine, and four-tay one
  • Rule 37: There is no overkill. There is only "open fire", and "time to reload".
  • Scaled pixels have had that fish-skin texture removed from them, usually through mechanical abrasion.
  • I have found a truly marvelous fault in your solution which this box is too small to contain.
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