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Downvotes of comments in AMA getting out of hand

There are massive amounts of downvotes on comments in the AMA questions thread for this month. A lot of good questions are being downvoted to Oblivion. Please don't downvote questions that aren't your own just to make sure your question gets asked. We need transparent communication with Ted, downvoting everyone's question but your own in the AMA is not the way to go about it.
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