In the Starting Line-Up
Untrue. I, for one, have no idea why you would 'dislike' Rico's post. It even requires explanation beyond 'because I find it silly'.Eery bit as much as those who "like" for reasons that need no explaining. The notion that one is somehow a perfect follow while the other isn't is an extremely silly one.
The like button on the other hand is the equivalent of quoting someone and posting 'ditto' or 'this' and doesnt require additional verbage.
A dislike button would seem to be a way to express negativity and be generally disagreeable without adding to the forum in any way. It is in effect a way to bully people into posting in a homogeneous way. That would be a great detriment to these forums and is something I hope to never see. Without disparate opinions, there is no forum.