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Just sayingNah. We can all look at the numbers under your name, look at the exceedingly favorable posts:votes ratio, and draw our own conclusions :) (There has been a time or two when a brand-new member must have concurrently created a sock puppet in order to upvote all their posts, but it isn't fooling anyone. Real numbers come through loud and clear.)
some of my answers brought the exact answer to posters, from time to time there is a "thank you", but rarely vote
likes are not a good metricThe biggest problem with looking at likes : posts is that “like” was only instituted a few years ago. So people like you who have been around since the dawn of time will never, ever catch up :( Longtime members know this, but newly arrived members may not realize it.