posted on Apr, 9 2013 @ 09:05 PM
This will be a pretty mild rant, but I feel it should be posted here.
When I read a post I tend to check the members profile. One thing I have noticed as a general rule is that the members that seem to never have
anything good to say, about anybody or anything have the highest K score? (There are some exceptions)
Now from what I understand your K score is related to you number of post vs flags vs stars. This combination gives you your k score. Now I read a
thread about the k score. Most members ( and I) seem to think the K score is short for Karma. Now the definition of Karma is as
1: often capitalized : the force generated by a person's actions held in Hinduism and Buddhism to perpetuate transmigration and in its ethical
consequences to determine the nature of the person's next existence
Now there is good, and bad Karma, but the way I take the score in the profile is that the higher k score you have. The higher your personal Karma is
on this site. Which means the better your Karma is. ( good Karma)
How is it that most ( not all) of the posters with very high Karma, are the ones that have very little positive to say? How do the few with high
scores manage to out score the many people who have only good things to say. Is it a groupie thing? Myself I know I will never achieve a high K score
I am fine with that. But I see many members with real facts and sources that never get kudos.
So give me your opinions on what you think. Does the K score reflect your Karma? Or does it reflect your paranoia, hatefulness, and suspicion?