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To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively counterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. have been doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers from people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor. http://www.xonikz.com/The_Man/Blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/bunny_pancake1.jpgThis is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor.

To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively counterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. have been doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers from people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor. http://www.xonikz.com/The_Man/Blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/bunny_pancake1.jpg

To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively counterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. have been doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers from people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor.

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To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively counterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. arehave been doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers offrom people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor. http://www.xonikz.com/The_Man/Blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/bunny_pancake1.jpg

To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively counterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. are doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers of people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor. http://www.xonikz.com/The_Man/Blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/bunny_pancake1.jpg

To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively counterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. have been doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers from people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor. http://www.xonikz.com/The_Man/Blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/bunny_pancake1.jpg

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To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively couterattackedcounterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. are doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers of people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor. http://www.xonikz.com/The_Man/Blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/bunny_pancake1.jpg

To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively couterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. are doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers of people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor. http://www.xonikz.com/The_Man/Blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/bunny_pancake1.jpg

To be perfectly honest, I absolutely agree with #3. A bit of formatting

  • Makes the post more readable
  • proves that the user put a bit of effort into it
  • prevents the "Wall of Text crits you" effect
  • stands out
  • allows me to spot important points more easily
  • puts some structure into the posting

And #6 is also a no-brainer. Not because of the reputation but because that gives clickable names when migrating the question.

Point #1 is well discussed, just search for the fastest gun in the west problem. And Point #5 benefits the person who asks the question, because more visibility = more chance for an answer without having to post a bounty.

So only Point #2 is purely evil and should be somehow monitored and actively counterattacked, but I think that's what Jeff & Co. are doing since almost Day 1.

But overall, I agree with these points, because nicely formatted answers of people with accounts who bump the question once in a while to give it more exposure are a Win for the site.

To further prove my point, here is a picture of a bunny with a pancake on its head:

This is Chewbacca. Chewbacca is a Wookie who lives on Endor. http://www.xonikz.com/The_Man/Blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/bunny_pancake1.jpg

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