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Ja, but you got more "rates" then anbody else (21?), which is a good thing.




Which makes me surpised I still have any stars. People are more likely to voice their dissatisfaction than their gratitute.



Possibly, but someone is just as likely to think, "hey, that's not a half-bad answer I'll give the guy 3 out of 5 for that" thinking they are doing you a favour.



...and for that I am grateful.

Should we start this black hole vortex thingy going?



what is vortex?




Main Entry: vor·tex
Pronunciation: 'vor-"teks
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural vor·ti·ces /'vor-t&-"sEz/; also vor·tex·es /'vor-"tek-s&z/
Etymology: New Latin vortic-, vortex, from Latin vertex, vortex whirlpool -- more at VERTEX
1 a : a mass of fluid (as a liquid) with a whirling or circular motion that tends to form a cavity or vacuum in the center of the circle and to draw toward this cavity or vacuum bodies subject to its action; especially : WHIRLPOOL, EDDY b : a region within a body of fluid in which the fluid elements have an angular velocity
2 : something that resembles a whirlpool <the hellish vortex of battle -- Time>