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I just went and looked at the number of votes I had on the Torture question. I am both amazed and humbled. I was just wondering. Is there any sort of mechanism to offer the community some sort of "thank you" for all the votes on that answer? Sorry to be such a noob on Meta, but I figure it's a good place to ask these sort of silly questions.

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    You're welcome ;) – user288 Jun 16 '11 at 7:39
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    I think having such a great answer on the site is our true reward. Well done; keep it up. – MrHen Jun 16 '11 at 16:08
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You've got it backwards: it's us who thanked you, through upvotes.

That question is of high quality, so much so that it was tweeted by the CEO and featured in the Stack Overflow blog. Upvotes is how we reward high quality content. Each vote in an implicit thank you. In this case, it's quite clear we are appreciative. Keep up the good work Larian.

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You've just done it. :)

Keep up the very high quality answers Mr LeQ! I know I'm not the only one that appreciates them. It's great to see some level-headed passion on these here pages.

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Steve, your passion is what inspired me to join this community. Normally I tend just to stay on the sidelines, but I think that anyone that is as pssionate as you is a good spokesperson for skepticism. Even if your fruit salad is less impressive than mine now! ;)

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