I don't think they should be divorced, per se, but I attained Guru (again) and honestly I am the least helpful user on this website often finding myself taking deep pleasure in antagonizing the populace or giving them half answers for the sheer enjoyment of knowing that I can.
I feel as though, in light of the election's results, the problem of the ranking system can easily be attributed to the fact that rather than by merit a person is promoted through sheer force of will and ultimately boredom itself. In turn posting large numbers of meaningless and empty opinions leads not only to material wealth for no apparent reason without repercussion at no cost to but also titles afforded without any given expectation of performance.
If life were that easy then longevity, not ability, would be the sole decider of one's position in a company or corporation but of course this is a major falsehood. Why is it that this website does not encourage active participation through their ranking and reward system instead of passive participation? Surely this would be smarter and have more impact than paying graphic designers money for simply making the banner purple.
- I agree ( and have just the idea! )67% (2)14% (1)30% (3)Vote
- I agree0% (0)57% (4)40% (4)Vote
- I disagree0% (0)14% (1)10% (1)Vote
- I... want to have sex with you. o//////o33% (1)15% (1)20% (2)Vote
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i disagree. i post a lot of opinions in questions that don´t really look for most "helpful" xD so my mho percentage is pretty shit, which doesn´t represent the quality of my posts at all.0