Our favorite all-time rankings system has brought our pages
numbers of visitors and attention. It has also brought
attention with it, too.
We've heard the stories about the numerous style-lacking
web authors and authoresses who rank sites with intense
and original creativity with a "1", the worst ranking
But this number has changed as the greedy first
place-hungering butchers of the Sailormoon web community
have edited the original SMWPR HTML ranking snippet
to make the number "6" the lowest. Basically what we have
here is an ongoing community of idiotic monsters struggling
to get to number one. People, the whole point of creating
a ranking system is to vote the most stylistic and original
page at the top and winding down from there.
Even talking with the authors/esses of these sites is a
strenuous task. They (no offense to none of you who
commit themselves into this false state of denial and
tries to tell them what they're doing is wrong, they ignore
continue being stubborn, having an idea that basically
alright to do." Is it?
There's more to a webpage than seeing if it gets to #1 on
network. It's all about the love of the topic and your
dedication to it.
Everyone knows that the SMWPR has so many users because
use it to take in an onslaught of hits (even if the users
give the site
mark.) Instead of cheating with the HTML code, just post a
but one that gets the point that these people are pretty
stupid to go
give other people low numbers just because the voters can't
make half as
good pages. But this is a bad generalization. It's probably
like a 60-40
split. Anyways, doing something like this is basically like
exam or something. Would you want people emailing you (or
to use) calling you a cheater?
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