> Favorites are like secret ballots. That has its place in society, but
> it doesn't serve the same needs as standing behind some alpha primate
> and banging your chest in time to stand behind his message. Favorites
> mark things for personal consumption. They are contemplative and
> reflective.

Actually, I enjoy reading other people's favourites. I even select some
additional ones I got a kick out of out of them.

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