I figured it out on mylot.

@what_now (554)
Canada
December 27, 2006 8:27pm CST
I just figured it out that evrytime someone rates your post as a negative one point from your rating is taken back on your next post and if someone rate it positive you get 2 points for your next post. he he he I am the man!
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@ladygam (564)
• Philippines
29 Dec 06
Wow! You really are serious about this, aren't you? Thanks for the post. It gives me an idea. Why don't we make use of it? You rate my post positives and I'll rate yours positive, too. How about that?
@what_now (554)
• Canada
29 Dec 06
against mylot guidlines :) onlt rate positive if you really find it helpful. lets not abuse that system, I appreciate your kindnes tho, cheers
@bronie123 (4589)
• United States
28 Dec 06
Are you serious well i haven't even noticed this thanks for sharing i will have to watch this now by the way nice chest :) Have a wonderful afternoon.
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@what_now (554)
• Canada
28 Dec 06
your welcome and thank you, you have a good evein too
• United States
28 Dec 06
What you posted makes sense and I just noticed a point drop after I disagreed on a post-interesting....I was wondering why the points go up and down
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@what_now (554)
• Canada
28 Dec 06
yes it does, I think this is the reason our rating can fluctuaute
@swarn47 (1706)
• India
28 Dec 06
I have never noticed this. How did you come to know that someone has rated your discussion as negative and which discussion was rated negative. I feel this privilege is only with myLot. Only myLot can come to know about this. You see, if they let it known to others, it has a higher chance of misuse. The trolls may jeopardize the myLot website as they are jeopardizing yahoo answers. If you have ever participated in yahoo answers, you must be aware of this that how trolls are ruining that website. I feel that this previlege should remain with myLot only and should not be granted to the participants here.
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@what_now (554)
• Canada
28 Dec 06
Yes, its only an assumption. But it seems about quite right.
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