In other words, I would not want a bad answer to succeed or be completely destroyed, but to fail slowly. If there was a button you could click on to express that mood, I would call it “Nod.” Nod your head: To lower and lift (head) quickly into agreement or recognition. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. It is customary to see “1 for [xxx]” to indicate what one particularly likes in another`s response. This can be considered a sweet compliment, although it carries the connotation that [xxx] is not a perfect answer in itself. Pete Cayce was initially outraged by the burden of his attention, submission and tolerance. I suggest that if you like a response (or comment) and plan to question it, let the respondent know a comment about it. There is no effective oversight of Congress, as we can see with the approval of the Intelligence and Justice Committees. Since you are not a poet, this feeling is usually difficult to describe. But I can give you an example where I remembered that, which I think is common enough for everyone on StackExchange to refer to that: she knew Harry was getting tired to tolerate, and she let him take it that way.
The Latin house`s tolerance of la Paz was particularly egregious. However, you said you didn`t want the amswer/comment to win; just to fail more “slowly.” This could be called So there is an answer with a score of -2 and it is very incomplete, maybe even inappropriate. But it kind of fits my thoughts, I`d like to revoke it, but I`d rather there not be too many points, because that`s not a good answer, after all, according to the guidelines of if it. If a given answer generates a lot of interest on the site today, it can be highlighted in orange. In relation to deeds, American policy is also tolerable.