Are you using "best response" tool to bribe the users for getting attracted 2 U?

@oarnamav (2708)
India
March 12, 2007 6:11am CST
I felt this happen while brousing to write my response few times. What's your opinion when best response is awarded in few minutes just with one response altogether? How do you feel when you very well can see the response is not worth to selected as a best response? Don't you think there should be a panel of atlest ten juries to acertain this award? Or it can very well be automated if ten people award the response as a best response? What will happen if it's a panel or an automated process? Or you think you need this tool to bribe few members to attract towards you for recieving responses to your discussions started in future? Does it work? Till today I am using this gold medal sincerely and seriously as far as possible. What about you?
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@neenasatine (2842)
• Philippines
12 Mar 07
no.. i'm not using it as a tool for attraction of members... usually i give the best response to those replies that i think it is very sincere and direct to the point answers... without any repetition of ideas of course...
12 Mar 07
Good point! Its tsates in trhe rules before replying to a discussion you should read all the resposes so I wouldnt even consider handing out a best response to someone that has clearly not done this.
12 Mar 07
I try to be as unbiased as I can when awarding best responses and I hope no one thinks that I have commited any discrepensies. One of my buddies was handing out her best repsonses so fast that I never even got a chance to reply before she was awarding them so I very poiltely messaged her and pointed this out and she apologised and now is being more careful to allow plently of time to pass before doing it. I think if you feel someone is being careless with thme then message them and if still no luck then make a point of not replying to their discussions. Why should you partake in the discussion if you do not feel it is fair or that the best responses are unjustified.
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@oarnamav (2708)
• India
12 Mar 07
Your behavior looks extremly polite as well as gentle in manner. You handled the matter quite in a matured way. I appreciate a person like you! Thanks for the immediate response.
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