When I present an argument, and others do not agree with me, I love to know why. If there is an error in my logic, or if I did not present my case adequately then I want to know it.
If I post something off topic, or if a post of mine comes across like a troll then I like knowing that too. I try not to post off topic. When I do so knowingly I'll check the 'no karma bonus'. And I never deliberately troll. Sometimes I get those moderations and I can always learn from them. They provide some kind of feedback that can be used for self-improvement.
The overrated modifier really bugs me. They provide me with no possible conclusions other than the moderator simply dislikes or disagrees with what I am saying. I have not posted very much recently. I've been spending most of my time working or reading. When I do post I take the time to post something that's important to me and that I think will be useful to others. Lately I've been getting a lot of "overrated" mods and it's extremely disheartening. It provides me with absolutely no feedback. I have no way of knowing why I was modded as such and thus there is absolutely no way for me to profit from the experience. It's basically a big "fuck you Garett!"
People have complained about the overrated mod before. I think it's time for