When you make a comment on Wryte Stuff article what values guide you to rate it at a given number of stars?
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Usually I don't care what is written. I just give five stars. If I give less than 5 stars it can have two reasons:
1) I just clicked by mistake or
2) The article content made me do so.
In my approach toward articles I try just pay attention to the content not the one who writes the content. I don't think if I Give five stars to someone they are nice. I am not measure of God and Evil to classify people, I have my opinion and evaluate other people's opinion with my set of standards.
Be careful if you put comments that are challenging; some intolerant writers may cut the dialogue by deleting your comment. In these circumstances other people who read the conversation may think you think something while you might think something else. I didn't delete any single comment up to now. I know I don't need censorship even in small scales.
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Generally I don't give any stars to anyone, unless I find it to be an exceptional article. The reason for my lack of stars is there doesn't seem to be any rules to follow for issuing stars with any consistency, so in effect, the stars appear to me to be nothing more than a personal preference for the person, with little of nothing to do with the content of the article.
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