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Knowing your place Voting and high rep users

I mostly like to browse the stackexchangeStack Exchange sites, flagging, down/upvoting, and commenting. Sometimes, when I am looking at a question, I find an answer that is code-only or is just a link with one sentence. I go to downvote and post a comment basically saying "we discourage these types of answers on stack exchangeStack Exchange," " but then I notice that the answerer is a 24k reputation user. 

I then have second thoughts about commenting saying that, because I would look like a "newbie" to them with 350 reputation. Should I just downvote, or should I go ahead and post the comment anyway?

Knowing your place

I mostly like to browse the stackexchange sites, flagging, down/upvoting, and commenting. Sometimes, when I am looking at a question, I find an answer that is code-only or is just a link with one sentence. I go to downvote and post a comment basically saying "we discourage these types of answers on stack exchange," but then I notice that the answerer is a 24k reputation user. I then have second thoughts about commenting saying that, because I would look like a "newbie" to them with 350 reputation. Should I just downvote, or should I go ahead and post the comment anyway?

Voting and high rep users

I mostly like to browse the Stack Exchange sites, flagging, down/upvoting, and commenting. Sometimes, when I am looking at a question, I find an answer that is code-only or is just a link with one sentence. I go to downvote and post a comment basically saying "we discourage these types of answers on Stack Exchange, " but then I notice that the answerer is a 24k reputation user. 

I then have second thoughts about commenting saying that, because I would look like a "newbie" to them with 350 reputation. Should I just downvote, or should I go ahead and post the comment anyway?

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