its a backhanded way of trolling, and is frequently used as a 'dig' against other posters when the member can't think of anything better to say.
if i went around quoting people and stating "that's wrong", without any context, i would be rightly infracted.
why is this any different? from what i've seen of its use so far i think its pathetic, and likely to start arguements. if its part and parcel of the 'like' feature, in order to prevent the old "i agree" posts, then i think its a poor remedy
just my thoughts on the feature.....
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